Rosalina Essential Oil

Nom botanique Melaleuca ericifolia

Origine Lavender Tea Tree

Type de culture wild

Partie du végétal leaves and green branchlets

Caractéristiques organoleptiques

- Aroma: earthy, gentle fresh lavender aroma and very mild Tea Tree aroma - Appearance: watery -

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    Propriétés: analgesic, antifungal, antiparasitic, antiviral, astringent, bactericide, balsamic expectorant, cholagogue, cortison-like, immunal modulator, immune regulator (+), lymphotonic, neurotonic, percutaneous analgesic, respiratory decongestant, skin tonic

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    Rosalina essential oil

    Botanical name: Melaleuca ericifolia

    Second name: Lavender Tea Tree

    Tertiary name: Swamp Paperbark

    Origin: Tasmania (Australia)

    Cultivation: naturally in and around swamps

    Distilled parts: leaves and green branchlets



    - Aroma: earthy, gentle fresh lavender aroma and very mild Tea Tree aroma

    - Appearance: watery

    - Colour: amber yellow

    Biochemical main components: Alpha-pinene (5-10% ), cineole 1,8 (15-25%) , para-cymene (1-4% ), limonene (1-5%) , linalool (35-55% ) , terpen-4-ol (0.5-4%) , alpha-terpinene (1-4% ) , aromadendrene  (2-4% ) , viridiflorol (0.2-3%).

    Main properties in aromatherapy: Rosalina essential oil is relaxing, refreshing, calming, anti-septic, helpful for sleep, respiratory conditions, acne, skin rashes, insect bites. It is an excellent insect repellent . Good for cleaning surfaces, keeping rooms hygienic. Rosalina essential oil blends well with Eucalyptus or Tea Tree essential oils.


    diffusion ou inhalation essential oil diffuser, air purifier, air freshener

    voie cutanée massage oil, cosmetics, bath

    diffusion ou inhalation repelling insects

    This oil is extremely gentle and can be used neat. Do not ingest.

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