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Niaouli
T145/10ML
New Caledonia
Myrtaceae
Extracted from leaves/roots
melaleuca viridiflora
£5.50
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Your Price (ex VAT): £4.58

Niaouli is a powerful, slightly sweet aroma with antiviral & antiseptic properties. Its varied uses range from rheumatic pain, respiratory infections, cuts and wounds and muscular aches and pains. It's a great oil to have in your kit and has similar actions to the Tee Tree and Eucalyptus oils. 

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10ml

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Plant Family: Myrtaceae.

Country of Origin: New Caledonia

Method of Extraction: The oil is steam distilled from the leaves and young twigs of the tree.

Main Theraputic Properties: Antibacterial, Anticatarrhal, Anti-infectious, Antifungal, Antirheumatic, Antiviral, Decongestant, Immune tonic.

Contraindications: Non toxic and non irritant in prescribed doses.

Oil Appearance: Colourless to Pale Yellow.

Chakra: Heart & Sacral.

Chinese Element: Metal.

Melaleuca Viridiflora is a member of the Tea Tree family of oils. The tree grows wild in New Caledonia in such profusion that cultivation is not necessary.

1 drop each of Niaouli, Sweet Thyme and Lavender in the water of an oil burner will help maintain a healthy workforce at the office during the winter months.

As an alternative to harsh preparations, try mixing 2 drops of Niaouli and 2 drops of Lavender in half a pint of boiled water and gently wash 'playground-worn' elbows and knees.

Ease away everyday aches and pains with 2 drops of Niaouli, 2 drops of Lavender and I drop of black pepper in 10ml of Peach Kernel, massage the area or swirl the mixture into a warm bath, lie back and soak in the oils.

Niaouli is used as a component in many medicinal or pharmaceutical preparations such as cough drops, mouth sprays and gargles.


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By David Tomlinson on Wed 13 November 2019