Tea tree oil (TTO) from the genus Melaleuca L. has antimicrobial, antibacterial, antifungal, and antioxidant properties and is utilized by the beauty, pharmaceutical, and horticultural industries. In Pakistan, Melaleuca bracteata might be exploited for important oil functions, as this species is nicely tailored to Pakistan’s agroclimatic situations. The goal of the current research was to guage the yield of M. bracteata important oil along with its antioxidant and antimicrobial properties underneath native prevailing situations of the subtropics. Essential oil was extracted by way of the hydrodistillation technique. Using this technique, six batches of 8 kg samples (contemporary leaves and branches) underwent a distillation course of for 4–5 h. The common yield obtained was about 0.2%. The GCMS was used to determine the elements of extracted important oil. Eugenol methyl ether is the key element in extracted important oil, i.e., 96% of the entire. A excessive content material of flavonoids and phenolics and a Fe-reducing energy means of M. bracteata have been noticed. The oil was additionally discovered efficient towards B. subtilis, B. cereus, White rot, and A. flavus. Hence, it’s concluded that there’s a chance to make use of TTO for its biocidal properties, and it should even be inspected and then commercialized in Pakistan by the agriculture and beauty industries.
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