Tree from Australia, Greece was first planted in the Botanical Garden of Athens in 1864 and then spread because of its curative properties. The leaves of the tree are used for beverage preparation with antipyretic and auxiliary Respiratory system properties, but also aromatic baths. The action, either as decoction or as essential oil is mainly antiseptic and antimicrobial, helping to balance the normal oral flora and has anti-inflammatory action. The characteristic aroma gives freshness and coolness breathing.
For children under six years: Use a pea sized amount for supervised child brushing his teeth, so to minimize swallowing. In case of intake of fluoride from other sources consult a dentist or doctor.