Niaouli has been used for a long time by the Aboriginals of Australia for pain, skin conditions, infections and respiratory issues - and surprisingly (or maybe not so ) these are the main uses of its essential oils today.
Studies have shown that this essential oil will inhibit many forms of bacterial microbes such as candida albicans, herpes simplex, viral hepatitis, and influenza, along with many other types of respiratory illness.
A natural immunostimulant, which means that white blood cell production and antibodies will be increased, which makes it great to be using around winter time and flu season when the immune system needs to be at its best.
Often gargled for sore throats or colds due to antibacterial properties.
An interesting alternative to tea tree oil that is less harsh on the skin and just more gentle in general - but almost as effective. In general, Niaouli may be more effective against bacteria and Tea Tree seems to be the better antiseptic.
Niaouli is a top note oil and will blend well with basil, coriander, cypress, fennel, geranium, juniper berry, lavender, patchouli, pine, peppermint, spearmint, tea tree and all citrus oils by giving them a boost of freshness.
Antibacterial - Niaouli has effectively been used for respiratory conditions for a long time.
[additional1] HOW TO USE [title] For small diffusers, two to three drops. For medium to large diffusers, four to five drops.
Store away from sunlight in a cool room or cupboard. Expiration is within two years of purchase.
[additional2]INGREDIENTS [title] 100% Pure Niaouli Essential Oil [/additional2]
[additional3] CAUTIONARY [title] Not to be taken whilst pregnant. Take caution when using around pets or children. [/additional3]