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Name: Nerolina essential oil
Common Names: Broad leaved paperbark, paperbark tea tree
(Nerolina and Niaouli are both from the same species and have many similarities.)
Botanical Name: Melaleuca quinquenervia CT 'Nerolina'
Plant Part Used: Leaves and twigs
Extraction Method: Steam distilled
Perfumery Note: Top to middle
Aromatic Intensity: Medium
Aromatic Description: Sweet, fresh, fruity, mildly woody, floral
Colour/Characteristics: Clear to pale yellow with a thin viscosity
Main Chemical Constituents: α-pinene, 1,8 cineole, limonene, linalool, α-terpineol, e-nerolidol
Blends Well With: Tea tree, lavender, sweet orange, vetiver, kunzea, neroli, cedarwood
Properties/Uses: Anti-allergenic, antibacterial, anti-infectious, anti-inflammatory, antiseptic, antiviral, calmative. Nerolina essential oil may be used to help treat muscular aches and pains, joint pain, rheumatism, acne, dry skin, inflamed skin, scarring, hair care, shingles, mild respiratory issues, adrenal fatigue.
Energetics: Nerolina may help to relieve symptoms of anxiety, depression and stress. It may help to promote calmness and tranquillity in the body and mind.
Use: Diffuser, direct inhalation, creams, salves, ointments, perfumery, massage oils.
Safety: Non-toxic, non-sensitising, non-irritant. No contraindications known.
Conservation Status: Listed as least concern on the IUCN red list.
We do not recommend essential oils as a replacement for traditional medicine.
Keep out of reach of children.
Do not ingest.
Do not use undiluted.
Discontinue use if irritation occurs.
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