Eucalyptus Staigeriana Oil

Eucalyptus staigeriana

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Eucalyptus staigeriana has a rich, fresh, sweet, lemony, bouquet with a delightful floral undertone.

Description

A small ironbark tree unique to the Palmer River region of Cape York Peninsula, North Queensland, Eucalyptus staigeriana (Lemon-scented Ironbark) is easily distinguished from all other ironbarks by the strong smell of lemon in its crushed leaves. The essential oil contains a range components, most significantly limonene, citral (neral and geranial), nerol and geraniol and their esters and methyl geranate. This wonderfully complex essential oil has a distinctive fruity-lemon fragrance with rosemary-like backnotes and finds favour in perfumery, personal care, aromatherapy and flavouring.

Perfumery

  • Strong lemon citrus
  • Herbaceous and slightly woody
  • Floral backnotes

Aromatherapy

  • Used in skin care products
  • Insect repellents
  • Anti-bacterial & anti-viral

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