Rosalina (Southern) Oil

Melaleuca ericifolia

Enquiries

Trees from the ‘Southern’ geographic regions offer an essential oil with higher proportions of 1,8-cineole (typically 40%) and concomitantly lower linalool than their ‘Northern’ cousins.

Description

Known as Lavender Tea Tree, ‘Rosalina’ is part of the Myrtaceae family. Originally referred to as ‘Swamp Paperbark’, Melaleuca ericifolia is a small tree growing to 7-9 metres with narrow leaves. Trees from the ‘Southern’ geographic regions offer an essential oil with higher proportions of 1,8-cineole (typically 40%) and concomitantly lower linalool than their ‘Northern’ cousins.

Perfumery

  • Fresh eucalyptol top note
  • Slight lemon aroma
  • Floral, lavender-like back note
  • Medicinal

Aromatherapy

  • Anti-bacterial & anti-viral
  • Immune stimulant & decongestant
  • Eases insomnia
  • Calms anxiety

Download

SDS

Technical Data Sheet