Niaouli Essential Oil
Melaleuca viridiflora, Melaleuca quinquenervia
Balsamic, green, fresh, camphorous
Northen Australia, New Guinea
The fresh scent of this aromatic oil is distilled from the leaf and twigs. Niaouli has a multitude of cleaning properties related to tea trees and also native to Australia. Particularly useful in winter months.
Niaouli Essential Oil is not the strongest essential oil that tastes. What's lacking in aromatic appeal. Shrub or tiny tree generally rising to 10 m tall (sometimes double that height), with white, brownish or gray paper leaves, transparent canopy, and cream spikes, purple, green or red.
Australia, New Caledonia and the French Pacific Islands are native to the large Niaouli tree The Niaouli plant comes from the same family as the Eucalyptus with a robust base, spongy bark, rounded leaves and small pale-yellow flowers.
Niaouli Essential Oil is harvested from the young leaves and twigs of the plant through a cycle of steam distillation.
Newborn babies have been covered in the Niaouli's bark for generations to lend them energy and safety. Adopt the influence of Niaouli Essential Oil in your daily rituals and receive multiple benefits for your skin, body, and mind.
BENEFITS AND USES
- Due to its pungent scent and ability to function as an insecticide, Niaouli Oil is the perfect product to automatically repel unwanted.
- Niaouli essential oil is considered a top note in aromatherapy and brings freshness to mixes of basil, coriander, cypress, fennel, geranium, juniper berry, lavender, patchouli, cinnamon, peppermint, spearmint, tea tree, and all citrus oils.
- Niaouli Essential Oil is not usually used for the use of cognitive stability. Nevertheless, owing to its cineole quality and monoterpenes nature, it is an essential oil that is usually soothing.