The exquisitely uplifting and refreshing aroma of this essential oil is only the beginning of how beneficial it can be.
Beyond the aroma is a potent anti-microbial agent with one of the highest levels of Citral (up to 98%) in a natural essential oil. Studies at Charles Sturt University in Australia have shown Lemon Myrtle Oil to have 30% more anti-bacterial activity than tea tree oil. In topical use Lemon Myrtle oil should be diluted with a carrier oil at a level of one drop to 10ml carrier oil. This diluted oil can be used for various skin conditions and fungal infections such as athlete’s foot. If irritation occurs then discontinue use.
For personal protection - against germs and bacteria apply a few drops onto a handkerchief
For sore throats - add one drop to a glass of water and gargle
Aromatherapy, Oil burner – for invigorating and revitalising air freshness.
Massage oil – 1 drop per 20ml carrier oil, discontinue use if irritation occurs.
Topical use – 1 drop per 10ml carrier oil, discontinue use if irritation occurs.
Potpourri – add a few drops for a freshening, cleansing scent.
Household use, Air freshener – add a few drops to water in spray bottle.
Kitchen Smells – use oil burner to freshen kitchen after cooking.
Floor washing – several drops into bucket of hot water.
Mould remover – add drops to remover bottle, spray and walk away.
Vacuum bag cloths – add 2 or 3 drops to cleanse and freshen.
Unpleasant odours – a drop in the toilet or sink.
100% pure essential Backhousia Citriodora Oil.
Discontinue use if irritation occurs. Do not apply to broken skin.
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