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Aromatherapy Oils - Niaouli

Botanical name: Melaleuca Quinquinerva / Veridiflora
Botanical family: Myrtaceae

Note: Top

Part of plant used: Leaves and sometimes branches

Origin: New Caledonia and Australia. Is very similar to the Cajuput tree.

Description: Smells similar to Eucalyptus, penetrating, cleansing aroma

History: Also known as Gomenol - from Kaala-Gomen in New Caledonia. Gomenol is also the name given to the sap of the Niaouli tree, long since known to treat head colds

Properties and Indications:

Contra-indications:

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