For skin hygiene and protection: Apply sparingly to grazes, pimples, bites, and stings, directly or with a cotton swab or dilute 5 drops (1/4 ml) to 10 ml carrier oil. Do not cover the applied area.
For household use: Add a few drops to hot water to clean bathrooms, benchtops, toilets, floors and hard surfaces. Kills 99.9% of household germs.
Not to be taken. Do not cover applied area. Keep out of reach of children.
It is recommended you skin patch test prior to use. Discontinue use if sensitivity occurs
Do not use: Do not use during pregnancy and while breastfeeding without medical supervision. Near eyes: avoid contact with eyes. Seek medical attention if contact occurs.
FIRST AID: For advice, contact NZ Poisons Information Services 0800 764 766 (0800 POISON) or a doctor at once. Urgent hospital treatment is likely to be needed. If swallowed, do not induce vomiting.
Always read the label and use as directed. If symptoms persist see your healthcare professional.
There is an interesting story behind the Thursday Plantation name. After buying some land in New South Wales, Eric White persisted for four years to gain permission to harvest tea trees. Finally in 1976, the letter granting the first government lease arrived on Thursday, and so Thursday Plantation was established. Tea Tree Oil is wonderfully pure and natural with a wide range of uses.
Discover the power of Thursday Plantation’s 100% pure natural oils, that make an essential addition to your family’s first aid kit, household and bathroom cabinet. Lavender oil has soothing qualities and can be applied directly to skin, which may benefit oily skin, acne, wounds and sunburn. Eucalyptus Oil is a powerful antibacterial oil that kills 99.9% of household germs and could help ease nasal congestion when inhaled. Rose Hip Oil is known for its restorative properties and especially for natural skin care where it could improve appearance of scars and stretch marks.
Tea tree oil is the founding oil of Thursday Plantation and is nature’s antiseptic, a few drops in a spray bottle of water is an effective natural household cleaner. Tea tree oil has also been used to treat fungal infections and when diluted can be applied to skin.