Lemon Myrtle Essential Oil – Organic

$22.00 Including GST

Extraction Method – Steam Distilled
Parts Used – Leaves
Common Names  – Lemon Scented Ironwood
Botanical NameBackhousia citriodora
Country of Origin – Australia
Aroma – beautiful, sweet, clean, intensely lemony aroma




An extremely potent antibacterial and germicide, Lemon Scented Myrtle Oil is a much more effective germ killer than the more familiar Tea Tree Oil. Lemon Myrtle’s extraordinarily high level of Citral (around 87%) makes it a powerful antibacterial, antiseptic, and anti-fungal agent.

Lemon Myrtle Essential Oil has a remarkable germ-busting capabilities especially beneficial when incorporated into diffuser blends, sprays and other products intended to support the respiratory and immune systems and to support overall wellness. It helps you breathe easier during times of congestion.

When carefully used at minute dilutions within skin care applications, Lemon Myrtle Oil can be helpful in formulations intended for oily skin.

Lemon Myrtle Essential Oil is very uplifting and refreshing. It can also have a sedative effect that can help with relaxation and calming the mind in times of anxiety and stress. If used before bed, Lemon Myrtle Oil is believed to help with getting restful sleep.

Lemon Myrtle Essential Oil also helps to combat odors and is also a highly beneficial ingredient when incorporated into surface cleaners and other DIY household cleaning products.

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