Mesmerizing Manuka Essential Oil is steam distilled from the flowers of the Manuka shrub - a favorite feeding place for Australian honeybees. Mother Nature was making magic when she made the Manuka plant, and we have a phenomenal Manuka Essential Oil that gives you a bounty of botanical benefits in a drop of oil.
Botanical Name: Leptospermum scoparium
Botanical Family: Myrtaceae
Extraction Method: Steam distilled
Part of Plant Distilled: Leaves
Country of Origin: Australia
Cultivation Method: Wild
Composition: 100% Leptospermum scoparium
Scent Description: Rich, golden honey with an astringent-edge.
Blends well with: Lavender, Cypress, Mastic, Tea Tree, Frankincense, Rose Otto, Lemon, Bergamot, Silver Fir, Myrrh, and Marjoram.
Uses: Perfume. Regenerative skin serum. Mild on skin and may be applied neat. May be enjoyed in much the same way as our Tea Tree Essential Oil
Manuka is a magnificent feast of perfumed-pollen for Aussie honeybees and it is from this hive of activity that Manuka Honey is made. Bees are not the only ones who love this plant’s replenishing powers: Kakariki parakeets are also big fans - these birds chew the leaves into a paste, and apply the paste to their feathers!
When it is good enough for the birds and bees, beauteous benefits for humans abounds!
Manuka Essential Oil is blessed with the restorative essence of the Manuka shrub, which is one of the only plant species to completely regenerate itself after being cut down. You, too, can bounce back with this influential essential, which is wild-crafted in its native Australia. Steam distilled for purity, it is known to calm a concerned mind while increasing sensual desire. The aroma of this enchanting elixir is like golden honey mixed with fir needles.
“…for so work the honeybees, creatures that by a rule in nature teach the act of order to a peopled kingdom.”
~ William Shakespeare
Manuka essential oil has been investigated with regard to its properties and applications… The essential oil is chemically complex, and contains around 15% leptospermone, a ketone, along with sesquiterpenes and their oxygenated derivatives.”
~ Len and Shirley Price, Aromatherapy for Health Professionals