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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