Nerolina Essential Oil

$20.00 Including GST

Extraction Method – Steam Distilled
Parts Used – Leaves
Common Names  – Broad-leaved Paperbarkm Paperbark Tea Tree
Botanical NameMelaleuca quinquenervia – Linalool chemotype
Country of Origin – Australia
Aroma – fresh, diffusive, floral, slightly woody aroma with Neroli-like back note



Nerolina Essential Oil is a strong antiseptic, antibacterial oil. It also has strong decongestant properties, which make it appropriate for treating head and chest colds. Nerolina Oil is best known for respiratory support, especially during seasonal pollen threats. It blends well with any of the floral oils, and, especially may be used to balance the more medicinal aromas of most Australian oils.

Nerolina Essential Oil is also useful in skin care, especially in the case of blemishes or in minor scratches or scrapes. It has a sweeter yet more antiseptic fragrance, and can be used in addition to or in place of Tea Tree, with less tendency to irritate the skin. Nerolina Essential Oil can also be an adjunct when added to a blend for the aches and pains associated with aging. It can also help soothe pain and inflammation, especially when dealing with chronic inflammation or muscle tension.

Nerolina Essential Oil has stress-relieving properties that relax the body and mind with ease. Nerolina Oil has a wonderful cooling and calming effect that can help restore emotional balance. In addition, it helps clear the head mentally, as well, since it has a stimulating and uplifting effect.

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