Kunzea Essential Oil – Organic

$10.00 Including GST

Extraction Method – Steam Distilled
Parts Used – Flower, leaves and twigs
Common Names  – White Tea Tree, Tick Bush, White Cloud
Botanical NameKunzea Ambigua
Country of Origin – Australia (Tasmania)
Aroma – fresh, sharp, spicy-sweet, herbaceous, slightly camphor-like aroma.

5ml

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REPORTED BENEFITS AND USES
Kunzea Essential Oil has comparable properties and uses to Tea Tree Oil but offers a more pleasant aroma and milder sensation when applied topically. The Kunzea ambigua species that grows in Tasmania is chemically distinct from every other Kunzea species originating from any other ecosystem.

Helpful to purify uninvited microbial activity, Kunzea Essential Oil is a fantastic choice when looking to support healthy lung and airway activity, especially if experiencing congestion. This essential oil is also considered an antioxidant and also helps boost the immune system. Kunzea Essential Oil is often used for helping to manage pain and inflammation and can help ease unwanted muscle spasms, while also working to increase blood flow to calm painful nerve endings.

The key components in Australian Kunzea Oil target the source of the pain, by deeply penetrating layers of skin to help promote the body’s own healing process. Like Tea Tree Oil, Kunzea can be used on teenage blemishes or other instances of red, irritated skin. Kunzea’s penetrating analgesic and anti-inflammatory properties make this oil a great addition to massage blends.

Information provided is not designed to diagnose, prescribe, or treat any illness or injury and is provided for informational purposes only. Keep all products out of reach of children. If an negative reaction results from use of any of these products stop use immediately and see a health care professional. Warnings are provided for products that contain ingredients that have contraindications. This business and its owner are not responsible for the misuse of any these products, or for harm that may results from an allergic reaction because all ingredients are listed for each product. It is therefore the purchaser responsibility to read and identify if they are allergic to any of the ingredients. It is solely the responsibility of the purchaser to know what they are buying and how to handle the item.