Rosalina Essential Oil
Botanical binomial: Melaleuca ericifolia
Other names: Lavender Tea Tree
Country of Origin: Australia
Part of plant used in production: Leaves and twigs
Methods of production: Steam Distillation
Description: Rosalina is a tall, bushy evergreen with grayish, papery bark with leaves that are soft and narrow. The blossom flowers are white to cream coloured.
Characteristics: A thin, clear, pale yellow liquid with a pleasant medium aroma of a woody scent with camphoraceous back note.
Constituents: 1,8-Cineole, alpha-Pinene, Aromadendrene, Linalool
Uses: Rosalina oil’s calming and relaxing properties make it ideal for sleep and stress disorders.
For topical body use, it is common for acne, boils, tinea and herpes. Rosalina is mild to the skin therefore can be applied neat to the side of the neck by the lymphatic nodes to help treat upper respiratory system congestion/infection. It is also mild enough for kids. It is associated with the heart chakra
Safety: For external use only. Should be diluted prior to skin application. Avoid contact with eyes and mouth. May cause skin irritation for some individuals, a skin patch test is recommended prior to use. Consult your healthcare professional before using essential oils during pregnancy.