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Harmonious Honey Myrtle Essential Oil is zesty lemon lassoed and tamed by soothing, warm notes of honey on the range. The lemon fresh freedom of a dawning summer day might run away if it were not for the reassuring warmth of pure honey – the glistening namesake of our Honey Myrtle Essential Oil. Use this unique, deliciously dynamic-scented oil to lift the spirits, inspire concentration, and get your glow on.
Botanical Name: Melaleuca teretifolia
Botanical Family: Myrtaceae
Extraction Method: Steam distilled
Part of Plant Distilled: Twigs, leaves, and stems
Country of Origin: Australia
Cultivation Method: Wild
Composition: 100% Melaleuca teretifolia
Consistency: Thin viscosity
Scent Description: Fresh lemon dancing in a warm honey-dream; light and delicate, with the perfect pinch of citrusy sweetness.
In Living Libations: Honey Myrtle Deep Conditioning Hair Mask
Blends well with: Myrtle, Lemon, Grapefruit, Bergamot, Vetiver, Jasmine, Hyssop, Eucalyptus, Tea tree, Lavender, and Douglas Fir.
Uses: Diffuse or whiff right from the bottle for calm confidence and comfort. As a skin serum it relaxes redness and heat. Delightful in diffusion, salt pipe inhalations, and cheerful cleaning products. Add to haircare for shiny, silky strands.
Happy Honey Myrtle Essential Oil is the scent equivalent of a piping hot mug of honey-lemon tea: invigorating yet calming, grounding yet uplifting. It is a beacon of energized balance and wellbeing. This makes perfect plant sense, as this Australian essence has the highest citral levels of any essential oil.
This sweet oil also boosts the psyche and spirit. It is a wonderful option for anyone suffering from worry, sadness, or a case of the blues. The honey scent will also inspire calm concentration. It is a marvelous option for students who are taking final exams. Honey myrtle Essential Oil dissipates intense emotions, easing the spirit back into the ever expanding eternal moment.
"The essential oil of Melaleuca uncinata can have an interesting level of complexity and there are a number of oil chemotypes. It can yield a cineole-rich oil, as well as contain other components of interest such as eudesmol, pinene, terpinene, and p-cynine."
~ Cheryll Williams, Herbal Plants in Australia Volume 2: Gums, Resins, Tannin and Essential Oils