Tea tree is a small tree belonging to the myrtle family and it is native to Australasia.
Aboriginal tribes have been using the leaves of this plant as a medicinal tea and traditional remedy for many years.
The foliage contains an abundance of aromatic essential oils.
Some of the paperbark varieties are exploited commercially for the high germicidal value of the leaves and the oil extracted from them.
Tea tree leaves are collected from Australia; once collected, the oil is obtained via steam distillation.
The oil smells warm, spicy, and fresh.
The water is made by dispersing tea tree oil in water.
The infusion is made by adding dried herb to boiled water.
Tea tree has been scientifically proven to be antibacterial, antifungal and particularly effective against the types of fungi we call yeasts.