balm mint bush essential oil

Nom botanique Prostanthera melissifolia

Origine australien balm mint bush essential oil

Type de culture wild

Partie du végétal fresh leaves and twigs

  • piperitone (31.52%),
  • 1,8-cineole (22.16%),
  • alpha pinene (17.10%),
  • linalol (11.63%),
  • limonene (1.98%),
  • terpinen-4-ol (1.96%),
  • paracymene (1.12%),
  • alpha-terpineol (0.86%

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    24.90 €

    • 5 ml (DLU 2021-05-31) - 24.90€


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    Propriétés: analgesic, antifungal, antiparasitic, antiviral, astringent, bactericide, balsamic expectorant, cholagogue, cortison-like, healing, immunal modulator, immune regulator (+), immune regulator (-), lipolytic, lymphatic and venous decongestant, lymphotonic, narcotic, neurotonic, percutaneous analgesic, respiratory decongestant, skin tonic, stimulating effect (CNS), sympatheticotonic

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    Australian Balm Mint Bush Essential Oil

    Botanical name: Prostanthera melissifolia

    Origin: Australia

    Cultivation: naturally in eucalypt forests in the mountain regions

    Distilled parts: fresh leaves and twigs



    - Aroma: uplifting and refreshing mint aroma, followed by a gentle eucalyptus note. Some people may pick up gentle pine note
    - Appearance: mobile liquid
    - Colour: clear to straw yellow


    Biochemical main components: alpha-pinene17.10%, limonene 1.98% , para-cymene 1.12% , 1.8-cineol 22.16%, linalool 11.63%, terpinene 4-ol 1.96% , iso menthone  2.07% , alpha-terpineol 0.86%, piperitone  31.52% , aromadendrene 0.23% , ledene  0.62%


    Main properties in aromatherapy: Uplifting, refreshing, cleansing, energizing.


    Uses: Use in a diffuser, oil burner, air freshener, potpourri.



    Excellent to mix with Eucalyptus, Lemon Myrtle, Honey Myrtle, Lemon Tea Tree essential oils.

    Try blending as well with Eucalyptus Australiana, Eucalyptus Peppermint Gum or Rosalina


    Cautions: Keep out of reach of children, do not ingest.



    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.

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