Tea tree m.a.

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Latin names : Melaleuca alternifolia Maiden
French names : Tea-tree m.a., Mélaleuque à feuilles alternes, Arbre à thé
Other english name : Tea tree
Extracted from : Brances (Australia)

  • A classic among the classics, Tea tree helps one feel in symbiosis with Mother Nature : through its physical properties and support, but also through its energetic properties.
  • Australian soldiers used to take it with them as an anti-infective to survive war wounds.
  • Due to money and market reasons, some 'good-better-more-efficient' plants are often publicised, but Tea tree is incontestably central in family first-aid kit. There is no super-tea-tree or over-tea-tree, there is only this good old tea-tree!
  • Between Tea tree and Palmarosa, easy use essential oils together shout at bacteriae : 'good luck to ya. We'll get rid of y'all!'

Aaah, the famous legend of Tea Tree ...

Let alone that the love the English have for Tea goes along with their knowledge of Tea Tree.There is anyway a truthfully truly true legend about the real Tea Tree, but this is not what is told in books and lectures. So let's start with the untrue one to see the real-real one afterwards.

The untrue one first:

It is incorrectly stated that James Cook 'discovered' Australia (well, the Aborigines were not supposed to know they were in Australia ...), drank a tea made of Tea tree leaves and got confused with Tea leaves.

Tea tree is a tree with a big-true trunk. Its leaves are linear and are never more than a millimeter wide. Tea grows tiny leaves on a small bush. The leaves of the Tea tree are very fragrant and smell ... of their essential oil. A rather medicinal smell though - it's true, we must admit. Tea leaves smell like ... tea. Well there already, it is quite hard to confuse an Englishman.

But that would be going one step too far to say that on board James Cook's vessel (HMB Endeavor) was one of the most famous botanists of all time: Joseph Banks.

However, Aborigines used to prepare tea with the leaves of another tree that also belongs to the family Myrtaceae: Leptosperm Peters. And that one was named Tea Tree. Name shared by several trees, hence the little 'm.a' next to 'Tea Tree' on your favourite website.

The real one now:

There is a lake in Australia in which Aboriginal people used to go when they were sick. A high-energy place. Local Lourdes if you want.

It is very shallow. The sun is strong there and it is lined with tea tree with alternate leaves (our Tea Tree ma). The leaves fall in the water and make the lake a giant cup of herbal healer with antibacterial, antiviral, immunostimulatory properties, specific of its essential oil. Combining the energy of the place and the physical properties of Tea-tree, it is quite something to soothe ailments.

And this is the true real truth about the name of Tea Tree m.a.

Allows to feel that we are all in symbiosis with the surrounding Nature.
Diminishes feelings of being a victim.
Helps to understand that wanting children (or not) is your own choice, irrespective of any social programmation.

Anti-infectieux général
Vulnéraire, Cicatrisant, Participe de plusieurs façons à la guérison de plaies
Antitartre, Combat le tartre
Antifongique, Antimycosique
Immunostimulant, Stimulant immunitaire
Antiparasitaire, Vermifuge
Antiprurique, Antiprurigineux, Combat les démangeaisons
Insectifuge, Eloigne les insectes

Boutons, folliculites, Furoncles, Anthrax, Abcès, Escarre
Plaies, Coupures, Cicatrices, Abrasions, Egratignures
Tartre dentaire
Poux, Pédiculose
Mycose unguéale, Mycose cutanée
Maladie infectieuse, Faiblesse immunitaire, Immunodéficience
Grippe ORL, Pneumonie, Bronchite, Bronchiolite, Toux grasse, Sinusite
Cystite, Infections urinaires, Candidose vaginale
Brûlures, Coups de soleil
Parasites intestinaux, Vers intestinaux, Amibiase, Ascaridiase, Oxyurose
Démangeaisons, Prurit, Piqûres d’insectes
Moustiques et insectes volants
Infections digestives, Grippe intestinale, Gastro-entérite, Turista, Choléra

Reassures Vata.
Calms Pitta.
Strengthens Kapha.

Alcools monoterpéniques (terpinène-4-ol 25-45%)
Monoterpènes (gamma-terpinène 15-20%, paracymène 2-20%, alpha-terpinène 6-10%, terpinolène 2-10%)
Oxydes (1,8-cinéole 2-10%, 1,4-cinéole)
Cétones : aucune
Furanocoumarines : aucune

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No contraindication within physiological dosage.
Keep out of reach of children. 
Children and pregnant women: no contra
indication within physiological dosage.
Potentially toxic to cats (paracymene

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