Green Tea Essential Oil

Green Tea Essential Oil

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History of Green Tea

It has been widely used for almost 5,000 years by Asian countries as a stimulant, an astringent, a diuretic, for treating flatulence, for regulating body temperature, for promoting digestion, and for improving mental and heart health. 

Extraction of the Green Tea Essential Oil

Green tea leaves are cold-pressed for the essential oil to be extracted. After being air dried, the seeds are then pressed into an oil press. The press then releases a golden colored oil, which is the green tea essential oil.

Therapeutic Benefits

  • It has anti-aging, anti-inflammatory, and astringent properties, which makes it one of the most common oils that are used as ingredients for cosmetics, creams, soaps, shampoos, hair conditioners, lotions, perfumes, and massage oils.
  • It is also used in aromatherapy as a therapeutic oil.
  • Drops of the green tea essential oil can be added to a warm bath for relaxation, or it can be diffused through an electric oil diffuser to set the environment.
  • It is also used to make candles and potpourri because of its soothing smell. 

Health Benefits

  • The oil can be used for cooking.
  • The green tea essential oil can relax the muscles that support the bronchial tubes, which can lessen the severity of an asthma attack.
  • Green tea is believed to have properties that protect against cancer.
  • Green tea can protect the liver.
  • The oil can fight the flu virus.
  • It can prevent the skin from having wrinkles by inhibiting the breakdown of collagen.


  • It can interfere with blood thinning medication, so a health care expert’s advice should be seeked out first.
  • It can also interfere with absorption of other medicines.
  • Pregnant women and women who are nursing are not recommended to apply and consume the green tea essential oil, unless otherwise advised by a health care professional.
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