Fragonia essential oil
Botanical name: Agonis fragrans
Second name: Coarse Tea Tree
Cultivation: naturally in the wild
Distilled parts: stems and branches
- Aroma: delicate aroma, a pleasant perfume aroma and a fresh aroma are the three aromas providing the balance.
- Appearance: watery liquid
- Colour: clear
Botanical main components: Alpha-pinene (24,83%) , beta-pinene (1,62% ), limonene (2-3% ), myrcene (1,36%), para-cymene (4,14% ), limonene (4,45%), 1.8-cineole(29,40%), gamma-terpinene (0,51%), terpinene-4-ol (3,03% ), alpha-terpineol (6,91% ), myrtenal (3,36%), citronellol (1,13%), geraniol (1,11%).
Main properties in aromatherapy: Powerful balancing properties, calming, freeing of stress, freeing past emotional problems and blockages, makes peace on the inside, lifting of grief, tranquillity, decrease anxiety, the calming qualities can also assist tired muscles, anti-bacterial and anti-inflammatory, analgesic qualities.
Fragonia essential oil is gentle on the skin, can help overcome jet lag or shift work body clock issues. It is a Yin energy essential oil.
Uses for Fragonia essential oil:
Diffusion: poor a few drops in your essential oil diffuser to create a relaxing and inspiring atmosphere
Tired muscles, joint pain and stiffness, rheumatic pains: dilute 5-10 drops of Fragonia essential oil in a carrier oil (for exemple macadamia, abricot kernel, sesame) and massage onto the skin.
Bath: dilute 3-5 drops of Fragonia essential oil in a carrier and add to your bath water
Cold, flu, throat ache: mix the same parts of Fragonia essential oil, Majoram essential oil, Peppermint essential oil, Niaouli essential oil. Dilute 5-10 drops of this synergie with a carrier oil and apply onto the throat, chest, back.
Cautions: keep out of reach of children, do not ingest, patch test for skin sensitivity
Contraindications: Do not use pure essential oil on the skin (causes inflammation). Not to be used by pregnant or breast-feeding women.
Warnings: Use with caution. All the essential oil information available on our website (dosage, association, indications) has been gathered from a number of aromatherapy reference books written by medical researchers. This information should not however be taken as a substitute to a professional medical advice and, for that matter, does not engage our responsibility: CENTIFLOR is not liable for any accidents, injuries or prejudices whatsoever caused to anyone practicing auto-medication on the basis of the information available on this website.