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Niaouli Essential Oil/10 ml

Niaouli Essential Oil/10 ml

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What is Niaouli Essential Oil: Niaouli is a type of the tree which produces cajuput, and it grows mainly in New Caledonia and Australia.  The leaves are extremely aromatic and the essential oil is obtained from the distillation of fresh leaves and twigs Also called "skin tree" due to a bark that exfoliates into large patches, niaouli is a tree of the family Myrtaceae. It is used as an ornamental plant in many tropical areas, to the point of becoming invasive in some ecosystems. Niaouli oil is used for reducing fever and healing wounds and considered good for diarrhoea and rheumatism. Niaouli Essential Oil Technical Data Sheet: Common Name : Niaouli, Gomenol, Leafminer, Niaouli Cineole. Latin Name : Melaleuca quinquenervia viridiflora. Appearance: Clear mobile liquid Color : Colorless to pale yellow. Odor: Aromatic, fresh eucalyptol aroma with an almond-like top note Botanical Family : Myrtaceae  Organ: Leaves and twigs Processing Method: Steam distillation Type: 100% pure Origin: FRANCE Preferred uses : respiratory tract , dermal route , internal route (rectal)  Chemical composition: Main chemical compound :    Oxides (Cineoles) 50 to 65% Monoterpenes 15 to 2 Sesquiterpenols 5 to 20% (including Viridiflorol: (2 to 10%) Other chemical compounds :  Monoterpenols 7 to 15% Sesquiterpenes 2 to 5% Physical characteristics : A good Niaouli essential oil must have the following physical characteristics: Density at 20 ° C : 0.904 to 0.925 Refractive index at 20 ° C : 1.463 to 1.472 Rotatory power at 20 ° C : -4 ° to + 1 ° Flash point : + 53 ° C Storage conditions : Keep away from heat, light, in tightly closed containers. Avoid temperature variation. Avoid PVC containers. Keep away from unguarded flame, sparks, and heat sources. Avoid direct exposure to sunlight. Keep away from food, drink and feed Properties of the essential oil of Niaouli: For Health: Antibacterial (active on certain bacteria)  Anticatarrhal, expectorant  Antifungal  Powerful antiviral  Promotes good blood circulation  For Well Being: Refreshing, oxygenating  For Beauty: Tonifying and regenerating cutaneous structures (nails, hair and skin)  Cutaneous radio protective (not recommended for hormone-dependent cancer)  Indications of the essential oil of Niaouli: Cutaneous application (bath , cold compress, massage): Acne, scar, blood circulation, itching, furuncle, cold sores, skin infection, ENT infection, mycosis, otitis, tired skin, wound, nasopharyngitis, sinusitis, cough, chicken pox, varicose veins, shingles. Respiratory tract (diffusion, inhalation, olfaction): Asthenia, productive bronchitis, concentration, fatigue, flu, viral or bacterial infection, ENT or respiratory infection with phlegm, nervousness, stress, rhinopharyngitis, fatty cough. Tips for using niaouli essential oil for health: Skin Benefits Herpes labialis: dilute a drop in a vegetal oil, then apply on cold sores Skin infection (acne, boil): dilute in a vegetal oil and apply to the area to be relieved. Tired Skin in the face: dilute in a vegetal oil and apply on the area to be relieved. Radiation therapy: dilute with vegetal oil and apply immediately after radiotherapy. Cardiovascular and Circulatory benefits : Blood circulation, varicose veins: dilute in a vegetal oil such as calophylle oil (10 ml of vegetal oil is a tablespoon for 4 drops of niaouli essential oil) and massage in the direction of venous return (from the ankles to the knees). Respiratory benefits and ENT: Productive bronchitis or ENT and respiratory infection with mucus, oily cough: in diffusion, in olfaction or inhalation. Can also be diluted in a vegetal oil before being applied in massage on the soles of the feet, the anterior and posterior thorax. Influenza: in diffusion, olfaction or inhalation. Can also be diluted in a vegetal oil to massage the soles of the feet and the spine. Otitis: diluted in a drop of vegetal oil behind each ear and massage behind the ears with the index finger and middle finger (never inside the ear, no essential oil should be introduced into the ear canal). Immune Benefits: Fatigue: in olfaction or diluted in a vegetal oil and applied by massage on the wrists, the feet and the back, along the vertebral column. Bacterial or viral infection: in olfaction, diffusion or diluted in a vegetal oil. Psychological Well Being: Asthenia, concentration: in olfaction. Oxygenation (helps fight asthenia and increases concentration): in olfaction or mixed in bath soap (3 drops). Synergies with the essential oil of Niaouli: With essential oil of peppermint, for antalgic virtues. With the essential oil of tea tree, for a radioprotective action. With the essential oils of ylang-ylang and 2 ml of vegetal oil of argan for the health of the hair and nails. Precautions for Niaouli essential oil: The use of Niaouli oil just before a radiation therapy session is strictly forbidden. It should be noted that many radiation therapists are reluctant to use Niaouli essential oil before a radiation session. They simply forbid essential oils considering that they are fats, which is not the case: the name "OIL" is misleading. Precautions of use: Diffusion and inhalation are not recommended for asthmatic or corneal desiccation patients. Do not inhale or instill in the nose before the age of 12 Oral route not recommended for children under 12 years Not recommended for pregnant and lactating women without the advice of an aromatherapist Against indications: Use in children under 2 years, and in epileptic patients Instillation in the nose in children. Cutaneous application on the chest, neck or face, in children under 4 years Oral use in children under 7 years Oral use in people with gastrointestinal or biliary inflammatory disorders First Aid Measures: Inhalation: Move to fresh air in case of accidental inhalation of vapors. If breathing is difficult, give oxygen. If not breathing, give artificial respiration. Ingestion: Do not induce vomiting without medical advice. Clean mouth with water. Never   give anything by mouth to an unconscious person. Get medical attention. Skin Contact : Remove contaminated clothing and shoes. Wash off immediately with soap and plenty of   water. Wash contaminated clothing before reuse. Consult a physician if necessary. Eye Contact  : Rinse   immediately with plenty of water. Remove contact lenses, if present and easy   to do. Continue rinsing. If eye irritation persists: Get medical advice/attention.

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