Lemon Tea Tree - Eirhorse Essential Oil 10ml
Lemon Tea Tree (Leptospermum Petersonii) - Eirhorse Essential Oil 10ml - PRODUCT NOT FOR VAPING
A fresh, spicy oil alternative to the tea tree. 100% natural oil produced by steam distillation from the leaves of the Leptospermum petersonii tree. The lemon tea tree has an uplifting lemon flavor and has been described as "happy oil" because of its positive effect on people. This product can be used in personal care, home care. It has therapeutic properties that are antibacterial, antifungal, antiviral and antiseptic.
Latin Name : Leptospermum Petersonii
Part Of Plant Used : Leaves
Source : Australia
Extraction Method : Steam Distillation
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Directions for use:
- external: for bathing, massage (after diluting in a guide oil, e.g. coconut), rubbing locally into the affected skin.
- internally: for rinsing the mouth, spit out after use, 2 drops 3 times a day on a carrier (honey, vegetable oil)
- Used for acne.
accelerates wound healing, helps in the fight against acne, psoriasis, other skin diseases, mycosis (feet), warts, indicated in the treatment of colds and burns, vaginal mycotic infections, as a disinfectant
- Keep out of the reach of children
- do not use during pregnancy and breastfeeding and in children under 3 years of age (without medical or pharmacological consultation)
It is an excellent natural preservative, disinfecting and disinfecting liquid that repels insects.
Essential oils are the best natural cosmetics for health and beauty.
Everything About Lemon Tea Tree
If we ever have the chance to wander across the sandy, rocky escarpments of eastern Australia, the strands of small white flowers on the dangling branches of the tall shrubs that grow along the coast will attract attention. When you pass them by or break a few slender leaves or even walk on fallen ones, the olfactory senses are there attacked by a sharp lemon flavor. However, this has nothing to do with popular citrus. On the contrary, Leptospermum petersonii, or tree Lemon Scented Tea Tree (LSTT), derived from of the Myrtaceae family, and is a close cousin of the common tea tree. Greek the word leptos means slender
Covering the swampy shores of water reservoirs and hugging Australian forests rainforests, this species is older than the indigenous peoples of Australia. Thanks its unique ornamental value and clearly uplifting fragrance LSTT has hit the hearts of millions of people.
In nature, the Lemon Tea Tree grows near wet sclerophyll forests eastern Australia, preferring sandstone or basalt soils to moist open-pit mines or near natural watercourses. This resistant, small, fast-growing, evergreen plant is open-branched and capable of reaching height of about five meters. Its pale green, straight leaves are slender; from about 25 up to 50 mm long and 6.5 mm wide. The bark of the tree is strong but soft and ribbed. It is not very cold-resistant, preferring warm, moderate sun tropics. In summer, the tree enchants with its appearance because it becomes covered with mass snow-white flowers with green-woody centers.
Aesthetic, refreshing with a citrus aroma, the Lemon Tea Tree is much loved and widely cultivated as a hedge, screen, ornamental or screen plant in Australian backyards. The world of popular fragrances always includes citrus notes. Hence the essential oil lemon-scented tea tree quickly replaces the traditional tree tea for example in medicine, skin care preparations, and farms home. Joint efforts resulted in the creation of a successful commercial cultivation Leptospermum petersonii. In the provinces of southern Queensland and northern provinces New South Wales regions can already come across vast plantations occupying several hectares and the plants are grown in a shrub form, similar to, for example, traditional tea tree or eucalyptus globulus. Leaves, usually long about 40 mm, they are slightly smaller than on wild trees, but more flexible and professionally harvested "with the twigs" which are steam distilled water to obtain the essential oil.
Among the standout plantations, Golden Grove Naturals is one of the oldest. It was once an Australian company Plantations Limited, one of the first to research a suitability in the early 1980s for sale a tea tree cultivation. Established in the same regions where a classic tea tree is grown, Golden Grove Naturals has evolved today, from tree plantations to a leading distillery offering authentic natural products. The company has modernized and in line with its original vision of ethical sourcing and bottling of tea tree essential oil, has recently formed a new one a tea tree cultivation plan with a lemon scent.
Tea tree essential oil with the scent of lemon Leptospermum petersonii it is extracted from the leaves and tips of twigs, generally harvested from December to March. The harvested plant material is subjected to steam in the installation distillation, usually within 48 hours to maintain the necessary volatiles unions. The steam with the oil it contains is then condensed with water about the ambient temperature. This resulted in a mixture of water and oil the essential oil is collected in a separator, where the initial separation of the oil takes place from the water. After thorough cooling, the slightly sparkling oil of divine separates a citrus scent that makes this oil different from its cousin, traditional tea tree oil.
What makes it unique
The essential characteristic of Leptospermum petersonii essential oil with which they agree professionals - perfumers and aromatherapists, as well as consumers, is that an extremely lively, refreshing lemon scent is what makes this oil absolutely unique. Its lemon-rose top note is subtle with a hint sweets. Herbal, lemon middle note turns into a slightly tart, wonderfully a lively bottom note. A specific tingling effect, reminiscent of citrus at the same time, the grassy scent of lemon verbena, citronella or lemongrass, and it is kind of olfactory nirvana - filled with the power of stimulants.
Basic oil analysis shows the chemical composition of the LSTT as:
- 45 to 65% citral
- 25 to 35% citronellal
- 1 to 5% citronellol, geraniol, linalool
- Trace - 8% isopulegol
You can clearly see the difference in the composition of this essential oil compared to essential oil from the classic tea tree, the main ingredients of which are terpinene-4-ol up to 45% and α-terpinene up to 20%. Still, the essential oil of the tree tea with a lemon scent shows many essential oil properties tea tree. First of all, its properties are known and described antiviral, antibacterial and antifungal. The use of mild and pleasant composition and biological properties of the essential oil of the tree tea lemon scented to mask the aroma of conventional essential oil the tea tree essential oil allows you to understand why it is desirable ingredient in cleansing and body care products. This is especially so beneficial for people with sensitive skin.
Conclusions and benefits Supermarket shelves are littered with captivating luxury displays body care products, loads of shampoos and shower gels, and various soaps, lotions and scrubs. Choosing any of them gives you big the probability that it will be among the ingredients printed on the back tea tree essential oil with a lemon scent. Its cheerful, invigorating the aroma profile makes Lemon Tea Tree applicable in many products for personal hygiene. With the increasing demand for aromatherapy and improvement natural well-being, Lemon Tea Tree essential oil is also widely used by aromatherapy practitioners who report that it is a powerful and relaxing agent improving overall mood. It introduces peace, relieves anxiety, various fears kind, stress and nervous tension.
It is obvious that the fragrant ingredients of Lemon Tea Tree and its therapeutic properties make it it is a favorite raw material of perfumers and cosmeceutical manufacturers. Light the floral, citrus notes of Lemon Tea Tree are perfectly combined with various other oils ethereal substances such as citrus and herbal (e.g. rosemary and thyme) to form the most divine fragrances. Fragrance is not all that Lemon Tea Tree has to offer. Tea tree oil with a lemon scent, commonly known for its properties mentioned above antibacterial, antifungal, antiviral and antiseptic, therefore it is widely used in many industrial products and drugs.
Since it is an effective agent against bacteria, it is used in ointments, compresses or ointments as a remedy for problem skin and acne-prone. Acne is caused by a bacterial infection of the skin, and it can cause irritation, exacerbation or blemishes of spots and blackheads. In these In some cases, Lemon Tea Tree Oil is extremely effective. In addition, it is used in skin infections, such as warts, athlete's foot and nail fungus. Household cleaners contain a lot of harsh chemicals. Lemon Tea Tree does the power to fight against all microbes, mold and fungi that may be lurking in home or office. It is a powerful disinfectant and is widely used as non-toxic household surface cleaner, bathrooms and kitchens.
This is exactly the same reason why Lemon Tea Tree is a favorite ingredient in hand sanitizers and soaps and can be found in most bathroom cabinets, which can be of particular importance at times pandemic. There is also some research work into the antifungal benefits of the Lemon Tea Tree used for alternative pest and disease control solutions in agriculture and forestry.
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