Essence of Australia®

(A) BULK TEA TREE LEAF Dried, Milled and Graded

A natural bioactive exfoliant for use in personal care products and production of naturopathic tinctures.
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Australian Blue Cypress

The jewel in our Australian essential oils crown...
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Australian Peppermint

Grown in the Southern regions, where greater day length approximates its native Mediterranean locations...
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Australian Spearmint

Australian Spearmint essential oil, unlike Peppermint, contains little or no menthol. Its significant constituents are carvone (over 70%), dihydrocarvone, and limonene.
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Blue Gum Eucalyptus

The essential oil distilled from the leaves is very high in cineole, up to 90%...
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Eucalyptus Radiata

Generally regarded as the finest of the therapeutic cineole-type Eucalyptus oils...
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Lemon Eucalyptus

Lemon Eucalyptus owes much of its distinctive lemon fragrance to citronellal...
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Lemon Ironbark

Its plant chemical constituents give the oil a much less aggressive aroma profile than either Lemon Myrtle or Lemon Tea Tree...
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Lemon Myrtle

Well-known in Australian cuisine circles for its fine rounded lemon notes...
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Lemon Tea Tree

Not a Melaleuca, rather, an entirely different genus and species...
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Melablend

Maximum efficacy blend in a Micromel (terpinen-4-ol) and nerolidol base. Terpinen-4-ol is ubiquitous throughout the plant kindgom, appearing to protect the plant against microbial attack. Nerolidol is an antimicrobial isolate from Melaleuca quinquenervia-Chemotype LN, and is widely used in pharmaceutical transdermal patches for enhanced delivery of the active material.
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Nerolina

Around 50/50 linalool and nerolidol,giving very distinctive lavender and lilac notes...
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Niaouli

Our reliable supply of Niaouli has a particularly clean and fruity aroma, and consistent analysis...
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Rosalina

One of the most fragrant of the Melaleuca oils; very variable in analysis from different locations.
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Tea Tree Premium Select

Melaleuca alternifolia yields an essential oil recognised as one of nature's most effective and versatile healers...
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ou’re only here for a short visit.  Don’t hurry, don’t worry.  And be sure to smell the flowers along the way.”Walter Hagen

 

The following books, some of which may be found as used if not new, contain information we consider to be the best available.  There is much written, and it can be difficult for the beginner as well as the serious student to discern without a chemistry or research background.  Our company has its own experience and researched opinions, and we do not necessary agree with everything expressed in each of these books.  But in an effort to help people choose the most helpful, most truthful information available, we recommend these, from medical scientific to metaphysical.

Jane Buckle, PhD, RN
CLINICAL AROMATHERAPY 

Essential Oils in Healthcare - 3rd Edition

E. Joy Bowles
THE CHEMISTRY OF AROMATHERAPEUTIC OILS - 3rd Edition

E. Joy Bowles
THE A TO Z OF ESSENTIAL OILS 
What They Are, Where They Come From, How They Work

Brian M. Lawrence
THE ANTIMICROBIAL/BIOLOGICAL ACTIVITY OF ESSENTIAL OILS
The Journal of Essential Oil Research

Andrew Pengelly
THE CONSTITUENTS OF MEDICINAL PLANTS
An introduction to the chemistry and therapeutics of herbal medicine - 2nd Edition

Robert Tisserand and Rodney Young
ESSENTIAL OIL SAFETY - 2nd Edition

Mark A. Webb
BUSH SENSE
Australian Essential Oils & Aromatic Compounds

Robbi Zeck ND
THE BLOSSOMING HEART
Aromatherapy for Healing and Transformation

 

 

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