Botanical Name: Backhousia citriodora
Extraction Method: Steam Distillation
Plant Part: Leaf
Aroma: One of the cleanest freshest aromas in nature: a middle note with a medium aroma, it has a sweet lemony scent that some say is more lemony than lemon.
Color: Clear – Pale Yellow
Description: It belongs in the family of Myrtaceae. It is a flowering plant that can reach up to 20 meters high. Its leaves are wide, glossy green and its flowers are dirty white with 5 to 7 mm diameter.
Blends Well With: Lime, and other citrus oils
History: 1853 is when lemon myrtle tree became first known. Its botanical name is Backhousia Citriodora named after the botanist James Backhouse.
Uses: It helps reduce colds and flu symptoms, it relieves sinus concerns, and it can give your place a pleasant smell. It is also useful when it comes to oily skin and acne problems. Just dip a cotton ball in a clean water (distilled recommended) and add one drop of lemon myrtle essential oil. Please see 'RECIPES' below for more uses of Lemon Myrtle Essential Oil.
STORAGE LIFE: Up to seven (7) years
Euro Dropper Cap: included for your convenience
- Mosed used in perfumery and soap making.
- When diffused, it helps to eliminate dust from the air.
- Food and beverage flavor enhancer.
- Its vapor when dispersed into the air offers relaxing and uplifting aroma.
- Safe to use in healing different health problems.
Sedative, Antiseptic, Anti-viral, Anti-fungal, Anti-inflammatory
DIY Hand Sanitizer
20 drops Lemon Myrtle Essential Oil
30 drops Lavender Essential Oil
1 c. Aloe Vera Gel
1/2 c. Grain Alcohol
1/2 c. Rubbing Alcohol
1/4 c. Witch Hazel
Combine aloe vera, alcohols, and witch hazel in a large bowl
Whisk together until completely mixed
Add in essential oils
Using a funnel, transfer mixture into small bottles and seal tightly.
These statements have not been evaluated by the Food and Drug Administration. This product is not intended to diagnose, treat, cure, or prevent any disease.