Aroma Essential Oil Kunzea
REFRESHING & UPLIFTING TO THE SPIRITSFrom the Kunzea plant, also known as ‘White Cloud’, Kunzea essential oil is invaluable to spiritual growth. For when we are ready to let go of old hurts, Kunzea illuminates the path to healing. With a slightly spicy, camphorous scent, Kunzea oil is a gentle cousin to the Tea Tree plant and both have similar properties.Note: this product comes unboxed
May help to relieve muscle & joint pain.May help treat skin issues.May assist in the treatment of respiratory infections.Suitable for oily skin as a spot treatment.Expectorant & antimicrobial properties.
Ingredients & Excipients
Source: AustraliaBotanical name: Kunzea ambigua branch/leaf/twig oil
Diffuser: Add 6-8 drops to a diffuser.Quick fix: A few deep inhalations from the bottle can help when you are at work, in the car or anytime you need a quick break.Bath: Add up to 5 drops, in a dispersant such as oil, to the bath.Massage: Use a 2.5% dilution; 15 drops per 30ml carrier oil.Hand or foot bath: Add 2 drops of essential oil to a bowl of water for nail infection and the relief of arthritic pain.Compress: Add 2 drops of essential oil to a bowl of water. For treating inflammation or to cool down, use cold to room temperature water. For aching tight muscles use warm to hot water. Agitate a face washer in the water, wring out excess moisture and apply washer to the affected area. Repeat two or three times as the compress cools down or warms up.Steam Treatment: Add 2 drops of essential oil to a bowl of steaming hot water. Place your face close to the bowl and cover the back of your head and bowl with a towel to trap the aromatic vapours. Caution due to risk of burns or scalding and keep eyes covered during treatment.Blends well with: Other Australian oils such as Eucalyptus, Tea Tree & Sandalwood. Also blends well with Bergamot, Lemon, Lime, Grapefruit and Sweet Orange.
CAUTION:Do not ingestAvoid during pregnancyKeep out of reach of childrenConsult with a healthcare professional before useFor in-depth safety information on all essential oils, click below for the following resources:Essential Oil Safety (2nd Edition) by Robert Tisserand & Rodney YoungThe Directory of Essential Oils by Wanda Sellar The Encyclopedia of Essential Oils by Julia Lawless