Used to calm the nervous system and aid relaxation
Assist recovery from sports injuries.
Lemon myrtle has a strong, lemony aroma. Lemon myrtle has strong antiseptic, antiviral and antifungal properties, and is confirmed to have 30% more antimicrobial strength than tea tree essential oil. It is also helpful for treating chest congestion, digestive issues and skin conditions. It is recommended to not use lemon myrtle neat on the skin, always dilute with a carrier oil (apart from for cold sores or warts when you can use it topically and neat, under the supervision of a qualified practitioner). Lemon myrtle is an effective air purifier and insect repellent, And its pleasant and lemony aroma is a great mood lifter, as well as being calming on the nervous system and helping to aid concentration and relaxation. Lemon myrtle essential oil is extracted from the leaves and young branches of the tree by steam distillation. The leaves and branches are fresh harvested and steam distilled immediately, to produce the highest quality oil available. Lemon myrtle blends well with eucalyptus, tea tree and sandalwood.
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