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Honey Myrtle Essential Oil

Honey Myrtle Essential Oil
Honey Myrtle Essential Oil
Product Code : 16
Product Description

Owing to our broad experience in this domain, we are introducing a hygienically processed array of Honey Myrtle Essential Oil. This oil can be used as an air deodorizer and a car freshener, and used for its citrusy scent without the photosensitizing dangers of most citrus oils. Honey Myrtle Essential Oil helps to eliminate skin wrinkles, cures infections in stomach, relieves stress and anxiety, and gives relief from cough and breathing troubles. 

  • Honey Myrtle essential oil is an incredible rare oil that only recently became utilised in the world of essential oils.

  • Very little is known of its traditional usage, but experts assume that the Aboriginal people of Australia used Honey Myrtle essential oil for its anti-inflammatory purposes, such as to soothe troubled skin.
  • Unlike Anise Myrtle and Lemon Myrtle, the Honey Myrtle plant was not exploited during the World Wars for its essence or timber, so it remained in tact.
  • Today, Honey Myrtle is growing in popularity as a warmer version of Lemon Myrtle essential oil.
  • It typically grows about 2-5 metres in the wild, though when cultivated on plantations in Western Australia the maximum height averages 2 metres.
  • The Melaleuca teretifolia shrub can be identified by its long, thin leaves and clusters of white flowers spread over long branches in late spring and summer.
  • Honey Myrtle oil is extracted from this shrub through steam distillation of the middle and upper stem, branchlets, and leaves.
  • Honey Myrtle essential oil boasts an aroma of lemon being tamed by the soothing notes of hone
  • The oil can even improve focus and encourage concentration, which makes it perfect in a diffuser for young children and adults alike.
  • This makes Honey Myrtle an effective and aromatic addition to any household disinfectant. Honey Myrtle essential oils blends well with Blue Cypress, varieties of Eucalyptus, Nerolina, Rosalina, Sandalwood, and Tea Tree.