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White Cloud Essential Oil-Kunzea ambigua

£24.00

BOTANICAL NAME: Kunzea ambigua

SCENT: White Cloud Essential Oil has has a fragrance that is said to be refreshing, clean, stimulating and invigorating. White Cloud is one of Australia’s newest oils. White Cloud has a clean balsamic scent with fresh invigorating undertones.

STRENGTH OF AROMA:  Strong

PLANT PART USED: Leaves and Flowers

EXTRACTION METHOD: Steam Distillation.

ORIGIN: Australia

COLOUR: White Cloud Essential Oil is yellow to pale orange in hue

CONSISTENCY: Thin

NOTE: Middle

Kunzea ambigua from which White Cloud Essential Oil is distilled is a tall shrub with abundant white or pink flowers (although the pink flowered variety is sometimes known as Kunzea capitata), which grows in the coolest coastal areas of Australia (Southern New South Wales, Victoria, Tasmania). Its is also known as Kunzea, Poverty Bush, Tick Bush and Southern Spring Flower

Traditional Attributes of White Cloud Essential Oil:-

Kunzea ambigua is registered with the Australian Therapeutic Goods Administration for the relief of symptoms of influenza, arthritis, rheumatism, muscular aches and pains, and to help relieve nervous tension, stress and cases of mild anxiety. In skin care, It has been found to help serious skin conditions such as eczema and rashes.

The essential oil of Kunzea ambigua has been found effective against several bacteria, including Staphylococcus aureus, E. coli and Candida albicans. In many cases, Kunzea ambigua has helped improve severe skin conditions such as eczema, dermatitis, ulcers and chillblains.

White Cloud Essential Oil Blends Well With:-

Blends well with other Australian natives and with most essential oils including peppermint, lemon myrtle and all the lavenders

History:-

Native animals are often found sleeping under Kunzea ambigua plants, where they seek relief from ticks and other parasites – hence the popular name of “tick bush”.

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