Tea tree oil

Historical note The Bundjalong Australian Aboriginal people of northern New South Wales knew of the medicinal qualities of the leaves of this plant for many centuries and used it to treat burns, cuts and insect bites. It was not until the 1 700s that it became known in the Western world as 'tea tree' because Captain Cook found its aromatic leaves an enjoyable substitute for real tea. The first official report of its medicinal use appeared in the Medical Journal of Australia in 1 930 when a Sydney surgeon wrote of its impressive wound healing and antiseptic qualities (Murray 1 995). In modern times, tea tree oil has become widely accepted as a standard treatment for wounds and minor skin infections.

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