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Tea tree oil was first extracted from Melaleuca alternifolia in Australia, and this species remains the most important commercially. In the 1970s and 1980s, commercial plantations began to produce large quantities of tea tree oil from Melaleuca alternifolia. Many of these plantations are located in New South Wales. Since the 1970s and 80s, the industry has expanded to include several other species for their extracted oil: Melaleuca armillaris and Melaleuca styphelioides in Tunisia and Egypt;

The Melaleuca alternifolia tree received the name Tea Tree from eighteenth-century sailors, who made teas that smelled like nutmeg from the leaves of the (Tea) tree.




Botanical Name : Melaleuca alternifolia

Family : Myrtaceae

Country of Origin : Australia 

Extraction Method : Steam distilled 

Plant Part Used : Leaves 

Note : Mid to Top note  

Aroma : Spicy , Warm , Herbal , Minty 

Color : Pale yellow

Blends well With : th characteristic woody, camphoraceous notes.Blends With: Cinnamon Bark, Clary Sage, Clove Bud, Geranium, Lavender, Lemon, Myrrh, Nutmeg, Rosewood, Rosemary and Thyme. 

Shelf Life : 4 – 5 Years


  • Possible skin sensitizer
  • Old or oxidized oil should be avoided
  •  A maximum dermal use level of 15% is recommended
  • A patch test should be performed before use for those with sensitive skin.
  • For topical application don’t use directly on skin, dilute with a carrier oil
  • Discontinue use if skin sensitivity occurs
  • Add 4-5 drops for Diffusing
  • Don’t ingest
  • Keep out of reach of children , Avoid using if pregnant or nursing



  • Essential oil safety ( Tisserand and young ) second Edition
  • Charles Fetrow & Julian Avila (2000) The Complete Guide to Herbal Medicine
  • Lawrence BM, Essential oils from Agriculture to Chemistry
  • The Complete Guide to Aromatherapy, Salvatore Battaglia
  • Arcatender Perfume and flavor materials of natural origin

Tea Tree Oil (Melaleuca alternifolia) 15 ML

$15.00 Regular Price
$6.00Sale Price
  • Gas Chromatography Analysis %

    Comparison to ISO 3515:2002 and Tech. Corrigendum 1


    GC: Agilent 6890N

    Column:  HP-5

    Injection split

    Carrier gas:  Helium

    Detector: Agilent MSD 5973N Temperature program: 50 °C/(1 min)2 °C/min  290 ° C (15min) 

    Volume of EO injected 0.2 ul\


    2.7 para-Cymene 1.89%  Monoterpene
    1.1 Limonene 0.88%  Monoterpene
    2.48 α-Pinene 2.48%  Monoterpene
    9.6 α-Terpinene 10.37%  Monoterpene
    20.1 γ-Terpinene 21.23%  Monoterpene
    3.61 Terpinolene 3.61%  Monoterpene
    42.8 Terpinen-4-ol  Monoterpene alcohol
    2.8 α-Terpineol 3.03%  Monoterpene alcohol
    3.97 1,8-Cineole 3.97%  Monoterpene ether
    1.21 Viridiflorene  Sesquiterpene
    0.8 δ-Cadinene Sesquiterpene
    2.1 Aromadendrene Sesquiterpene
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