Botanical Name: Melaleuca viridiflora
Plant Part: Leaves and twigs
Extraction Method: Steam
Color: Pale yellow
Strength of Aroma: Niaouli Essential Oil has a sweet, fresh, camphoraceous smell.
Cautions: Niaouli Essential Oil is non-toxic and non-sensitizing. Avoid use during pregnancy.
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WARNING: This product can expose you to chemicals including myrcene, which is known to the State of California to cause cancer. For more information, go to www.P65Warnings.ca.gov or our Proposition 65 page.
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Posted by Jane Schweiger on 12th Jun 2017
Pleasantly surprised with this essential oil. A sweet camphor smell that is not over powering in my hot processed soap
Posted by Unknown on 16th Aug 2016
I mix it with coconut oil (5 drops/ 2 tablespoons) and I rub it on my ugly toe nails. As it happens to be summer, I wear flip flops, and people have commented on how cute my feet look all painted in bright color polish. Not afraid to show off those healthy toe nails.
Posted by valerie on 13th Jul 2016
Couldn't wait to use it in a CP soap. Turned out great with the other oils I used. Liked it so well that I'm Making a batch of body butter.
Posted by Donna Gonzales-Vera on 11th Apr 2016
Very beautiful scent. Blends well with many oils.
Posted by Darrell on 31st Mar 2016
We used this oil for a test batch of a balm we were producing for a customer. It has a high camphorous high note that is similar to eucalyptus but not a pleasent. It is however a better antifungal and antibacterial. We use it in everything we can, you should try it.
Posted by Sharon Burgess on 8th Dec 2015
I have breathing issues especially when I'm walking so I kind of use it like an inhaler and it works wonders. It allows me to walk further and I don't have to use my prescription inhaler with all those bad chemicals.
Posted by Sam on 29th Sep 2015
Having lung damage from mold exposure, I was looking for something that might help with some respiratory issues. This one is certainly helping me! I add it to my diffuser, use it topically as well as inhale this one and the congestion eases. I am very pleased with this oil and EVERY oil I have purchased from Bulk Apothecary. It's my ONLY source for theraputic oils now.
Posted by Erin Case on 2nd Jul 2015
I used this when I had a cold as a chest rub and foot rub and it seemed to relieve some of my sinus pressure. I also used a few drops of it in my homemade cough drops, mixed with coconut oil, honey, & cinnamon. It tasted like a cough drop and seemed to be soothing on my sore throat.