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Niaouli Type Nerolina Essential Oil is known as the sweetest smelling of all the Melaleuca varieties. The broad leaved, paper bark melaleuca trees that are used to create Niaouli Essential Oil are native to the swamps and waterways of the eastern coastline of Australia.
Nerolina Essential Oil is a cousin to the very popular Tea Tree essential oil, however has a much softer aroma and is gentler on the skin. Nerolina was traditionally used by indigenous Australians in a brew from the leaves to treat headaches, colds, and general sickness.
Nerolina Essential Oil is a very powerful disinfectant and may be added to toothpaste, oral sprays, skincare, and wound healing blends.
Skincare... Nerolina Type Niaouli Essential Oil offers a gentle approach to skincare. It's antibacterial properties help clear up acne and nourish the skin for a softer and smoother appearance.
Anti-anxiety... Adding a few drops of Nerolina Type Niaouli Essential Oil into a diffuser creates an uplifting ambiance which helps fight anxiety and calm nerves. Using this essential oil topically supports the adrenal glands that regulate hormones when your body is under stress and fatigue.
- Botanical Name: Melaleuca Quinquenervia
- Country of Origin: Australia
- Plant Part: Leaves
- Method of Extraction: Steam Distilled
- Color: Clear to Pale Yellow / Consistency: Thin
- Perfumery Note: Middle
- Aroma: Fresh, Camphorous, Slightly Sweet
- Main Chemical Components: Nerolidol (43.46%), Linalool (43.03%)