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12 ML

Latin Name: Melaleuca Ericifolia

Country of Origin: Australia

Method of Extraction: Steam Distilled

Cultivation: Conventional

Common Uses

Recognized world wide for its therapeutic properties, Rosalina’s significant presence of 1,8 cineol makes it an excellent oil for upper respiratory tract congestion, bronchitis, asthma, respiratory infection, and sinus infection, particularly in small children. It is a gentle expectorant with anti-infectious properties. It is a gentle oil that is very effective at low doses, only needing two or three drops applied at a time along side the neck on the area of the lymphatic node.

Topical uses include acne, boils, tinea, and herpes. It is rapidly absorbed through the skin and nasal mucosa. The Paperbark Co. Rosalina oil is high (greater than 50%) in linalool, which is known to be a good antiseptic, spasmolytic and anticonvulsant.

Rosalina has a gentle, floral scent, ideal for use in a diffuser. Its calming and relaxing properties make it ideal for sleep and stress disorders. In fact, the high content of linalool would suggest this to be an oil to be used in the evening before bed. Rosalina oil massaged on the back will quickly trigger a state of letting go of tension and induce a deep sleep.