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Coromandel Tea Tree Oil Company 

Wild-Crafted  Organic
New Zealand
Manuka Tea Tree Oil

Nature’s natural First Aid Kit

A 100% Pure blend of Native Kanuka & Manuka Essential Oils

Proudly sourced and Harvested by the  New Zealand Coromandel Tea Tree Company Coromandel New Zealand

A wonder remedy
Powerful antibacterial, antimicrobial, antifungal and anti-inflammatory properties

Most people know about the remarkable properties of the Australia Ti Tree Oil ( Melaleuca alternifolia), but not many are aware that New Zealand has its own native Ti Tree, the ‘Manuka Tree’ (Leptospermum scoparium) which has very specific healing properties. They both belong to the same family Myrtaceae, and the essential oils of the family are mostly from eucalyptus and melaleuca trees. Nutmeg and clove are further members of the Myrtaceae group. All are highly antiseptic, a tonic and stimulant being useful for infections of varying degrees, particularly of the respiratory system.

Manuka Ti Tree oil 30 times Stronger than Aussie Ti Tree oil
 

Manuka Ti Tree Antibacterial effectiveness is 30 times more potent than the  Australian Ti Tree Oil

The Manuka Tree is a bushy plant with small spiky leaves and bears white or pink flowers. The essential  Oil is found in little pockets inside the leaves, which need to be broken to release the aroma.
The chopped plant material undergoes a steam distillation process in which the essential oil is extracted. It has been proven to contain powerful antibacterial, antimicrobial, antifungal and anti-inflammatory properties which make it useful in a wide range of conditions.
The Manuka tree also produces a nectar which bees turn into a rich amber Honey Known as Manuka Honey. Manuka Honey is also well known for its curative properties. Far more  Australian Ti Tree Oil is  produced and  marketed successfully worldwide due to a more cost-effective distillation practice. The Antiseptic action of  manuka is 100 times more potent than carbolic acid and yet is non-poisonous to humans and animals. Manuka Oil is proven to be well tolerated by  the skin and is useful for many different  conditions applied topically. It can be diluted when  applied to sensitive skin  by adding a few drops into a base oil. Research has proven manuka oil to be active against a wide range of micro-organisms that cause irritation and infection of the skin and body. The Oil is particularly effective against acne, dermatitis. Itchy and irritated  skin, and scalp, sunburn, burns, fungal infections, warts, parasites.
It is also very successfully used in the treatment of wounds, cuts, abrasions, and all
sorts of infections. Its ability to strengthen the immune system in general is also well-researched and makes it an efficient remedy against colds and flu.

Antibacterial properties

Its antibacterial effectiveness is  approximately 30 Times more potent than the Australian Ti Tree. In one report it was demonstrated that bacteria count on unwashed hands was  3000 per 50cm2, after washing in distilled water it dropped to around 2000 per 50cm2 but when washed in manuka oil solution  the count was less than 2 per 50cm2.

History of Manuka Oil
Manuka oil has long been valued for its healing properties. For centuries Maori and early European settlers of New Zealand knew the therapeutic benefits and uses of the Manuka tree and its oil. Maori were very adept at using native trees and plants for food and Maori medicine . Infusions and poultices were made from the leaves and inner bark, and the seed capsules and sap were chewed. Early European migrants produced a tea from manuka leaves for refreshment and health.  A concoction of leaves was drunk for urinary complaints and used to reduce fever. The leaves were boiled in water and inhaled for head colds. Leaves and bark were boiled together and warm liquid was rubbed on stiffs backs and rheumatic joints. The leaves and young branches were put into many vapour baths. Young shoots were chewed and swallowed for dysentery. Both manuka and kanuka were used as medicinal plant alone and in combination with other native plants. Originally, Knowledge of medicinal plants was held exclusively by the Tohunga ( Maori spiritual healer).
This knowledge was kept alive and passed down the family by Elders who continue to use the remedies today.  It is only recently that scientists have realised the active ingredients on the manuka oil, which is a complex mixture of some 120 natural compounds. Laboratory tests show that strains of staphylococcus and streptococcus bacteria, and fungi are very susceptible to manuka oil, as is the yeast Candida albicans .

Penetration
Manuka oil and other essential oils have the ability to penetrate the skin and the human body in different ways.

Through the Nose- Inhalation is a quickest method by which essential oils enter the boy  and take effect. The surrounding warm, moist air carries tiny molecules up the nose as we breathe in. When the air we breathe in passes over minutes hairs called cilia at the top of the nose, a signal is transmitted from the receptor cells to the  olfactory bulb and  then the limbic system in the brain. Neurochemicals are then released  which are passed on via the nervous  system to either relax or stimulate it according to the aroma molecules. These affect the body not only mentally but also physically- a small amount of the aroma molecules reach the brain and the lungs, and from there the rest of the body and its organs.
Tough the Skin-Essential oil molecules are extremely small and are therefore able to penetrate the skin via the hair follicles and sweats glands.
Since essential oils are soluble in fat, they can enter the dermis this way. Once there, they reach the tiny blood capillaries and lymph, from where they are transported around the body by the circulatory system.

 

How to use Manuka oil for different conditions

Acne
This is one of the most common skins diseases with the  reported prevalence varying from 35 to 90 percent  of  adolescents with gender and age variations. Use of manuka oil as a topical spot treatment, together with a regularly used face gel  containing manuka  oil and  other sebum-balancing antibacterial essentials oils, can be very beneficial in control of  teenage or adult onset acne.
.Use a cotton bud to apply neat manuka oil to infected spots morning and evening.

Stings and bites.
Manuka oil can also be effective antihistamine- rapidly removing the itchiness, irritation and sting from insects bites, stings and from skin reactions due to contact with stinging plants such as nettle.
Apply on drop of manuka oil to affected area to relieve pain, itchiness and to prevent infection.

Wounds
Manuka Oil is nature’s antibiotic with powerful antiseptic properties.Its non- poisonous and non- irritating, and has been used successfully in very wide range of specific conditions. Research has  shown manuka oil to be a n antiseptic bactericide 13 times stronger than carbolic acid, and that in the presence of pus and blood, it increased its antiseptic ability 10 to 12 percent.
Use neat on wounds, cuts and scratches to disinfect.

Fungal infections:
Fungal infections of the skin are very common and are increasingly affecting individuals, especially the immune  compromised. Fungal infections such as ringworm, dandruff, athlete’s Foot and other tinea infections respond  very well to the treatment with manuka  oil. Swimming pools and gymnasiums  are excellent breeding grounds for the infectious fungi affecting the feet. It cause the skin to flake and become itchy.
Athelete’s Foot- Use a cotton tip to apply neat manuka oil to skin between the toes and around the nail once a daily. Add sea salt and 10 drops manuka oil to a foot bath an soak your feet for 15 minutes once daily in the evening. Use pure cotton socks and change them daily. Socks should be washed in water with a minimum temperature of 15C.
Dandruff- Add 20 drops manuka oil to 100ml shampoo. Massage into the scalp. Wait for a minute and then rinse.
Warts
The human papilloma virus (HPV) is  responsible for warts, which can grow anywhere, but most common on hands and feet. Warts are spread either by direct contact from person to person or indirectly from surfaces.
Indirect transmission is favoured in the  swimming pools when skin is macerated and in contact with roughened surfaces. Warts on the foot sole grow inwards and can be very painful. You can spot them by the black spot in the centre of the painful area.
Children’s warts respond well to treatment with manuka oil.
For adults’ foot warts stronger acting essentials may be required. Treatment  need to start as soon as warts first appear since the response rate of warts treatment decreases as  duration increases.
Use a cotton tip to apply neat manuka oil to warts twice daily.

Colds and cough
Its most important usage is the help the immune system fight off infectious  diseases. Manuka oil activates the white  corpuscles to form a defence against invading organisms and help shorten the  duration of colds and flu. Its is a strong antiseptic oil that is able to excrete toxins out of the body.
Apply neat on to skin lymph nodes to fortify immune system at first  signs of a cold- Throat(below ears), under the arms and at the top of the legs in the groin. The thin skin area of the  foot sole is also ideal.

Inhalation- Pour hot water into a bowl, add 5 drops Manuka oil, cover your head with a towel and lean over the bowl with your eyes closed. Breathe deeply through your nose  for 5-10 minutes, or  put 2 drops Manuka oil on a paper tissue and inhalew for 5 minutes.

Bath- add 10 drops manuka oil to some milk or cream ( for dispersion) and add to the bath water, relax and inhale.

Mouth  gargle- Add 2 drops manuka oil to small glass of tepid water and gargle for a few minutes to soothe a sore throat. Excellent against bad breath as well.

Pet  Care
Horses, cattle, and dogs can be safely and effectively treated with manuka oil.
Cats should not be exposed to essential oils as they have very different metabolic functions to horses  and dogs.
Apply neat manuka oil to wounds, bites, stings and scratches. Excellent for treating toes of horses.

Please Note it is of utmost importance that you use Manuka Oils of highest therapeutic quality to insure a successful and safe treatment ie
 

Coromandel Tea Tree Oil Co.  Manuka Tea Tree Oil is organically grown and harvested in Coromandel  New Zealand

Satisfied Customers


Dear Sir
I would like to tell you that my husband Jack was stung by a wasp, which was very painful. I put a few drops of your New Zealand Manuka Tea Tree Oil on the sting and the pain was gone within a minute. We are delighted with your oil. Thank you very much.
(Mrs) M Surtees, Whitianga, NZ

Dear Sir
I purchased a bottle of your tea tree oil in Thames, and thought I would try the natural product on a melanoma type sore on my hand. I rubbed it on the sore, night and morning for some three weeks. It completely disappeared. I was so impressed that I thought I would drop a line to your product. Regards,
L Tapp, Tairua, NZ

 

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