Essential Oils

    Kunzea essential oil

    A fairly invasive shrub, present in the wild in Tasmania and resistant to the sea air. Locally called "Tick bush", animals take refuge in it to protect themselves from ticks. Woody and solid in appearance, it produces pretty white flowers in spring. Its very recent essential oil reflects the vigour of this plant: its slightly spicy, floral and resinous aromas are powerful.

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    Quality Botanical family: Myrtaceae Latin name: Kunzea ambigua Other name: Tick bush Origin: Australia (Tasmania) Crop: Wildcrafted Part used: Leafy twig Production process: Steam distillation Quality: 100% pure, natural, integral and chemotyped Olfactory notes: floral, fresh, resinous, some notes of cinnamon Main constituents Monoterpenes: alpha-pinene (45.5%) Sesquiterpenols (14%): globulol, viridiflorol Terpene oxides: 1.8 cineole (18.5%) Sesquiterpenes (7%): biclyclogermacrene, calamenene Monoterpenols: myrtenol (4%), alpha-terpineol (2.4%) Our opinion Sometimes compared to Scots Pine or mastic tree essential oils, it has its own personality and shows how much a plant expresses itself through its aromatic essence. Precautions for use Not recommended for pregnant and breastfeeding women or children under 3 years of age. Not recommended for people with respiratory allergies. Recent essential oil, no well documented oral use. Prefer the cutaneous and olfactory routes. Risk of allergy: take care not to overdose in mixtures. An elbow test is recommended prior to any skin application (min 48 hours before use). Keep out of reach of children. Avoid contact with the eyes. Store away from heat and light.

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