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Name: Niaouli essential oil
Common Names: Broad leaved paperbark, paperbark tea tree.
(Niaouli and Nerolina are both from the same species and have many similarities.)
Botanical Name: Malaleuca quinquenervia CT 'Niaouli'
Plant Part Used: Leaves and green branchlets
Extraction method: Steam distilled
Perfumery Note: Middle
Aromatic Intensity: Medium
Aromatic Description: Sweet, floral, fresh, lemony, minty
Colour/Characteristics: Clear to very pale yellow with a thin viscosity
Main Chemical Constituents: 1,8 cineole, ß-pinene, para-cymene, limonene, linalool, terpineol-4-ol, α-terpineol
Blends Well With: Lavender, frankincense, myrrh, tea tree, lemon, pine, kunzea, peppermint, ginger
Properties/Uses: Antibacterial, antiviral, antibacterial, analgesic, antirheumatic, antiseptic, decongestant, febrifuge, insecticide, stimulant, vermifuge, vulnerary. Niaouli may be used to help treat skin conditions, acne, athlete's foot, fungal infections, wounds, psoriasis, fissures, boils, scar tissue, ulcers, fungal and parasitic skin infections, respiratory issues, respiratory infections, colds, sinusitis, pharyngitis, allergies, lowered immunity, vaginal candidiasis, cystitis, urinary tract infections, muscular aches and pains, assist the healing of wounds and burns.
Energetics: Niaouli may be used to help relieve fatigue and stress related conditions. It may also be used to help alleviate mental fatigue, confusion, poor focus and headaches.
Use: Direct inhalation, diffuse, oil burner, oil vaporiser, skin care, massage, ointment, balms, salves, bath
Safety: Non-toxic, non-irritant, non-sensitising. 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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