Botanical Name: Melaleuca quinquenervia Plant Part: Leaves and Twigs Extraction Method: Steam Origin: Australia
Description: Native to Australia, the Nerolina is wild harvested though plantations are being developed. It contains linalool and nerolidol, and the tree is viewed as probably the sweetest smelling of all the Tea trees. Known as the Broad Leaf Tea Tree.
Colour: Clear with a slight hint of golden orange Aromatherapy &
Strength of Aroma: Medium
Blends Well With: The warm, fresh, floral - camphoraceous odor of Nerolina Australian blends well with lavandin, lavender (all), clarysage, rosemary (All), oak moss, pine (All), cananga, geranium (All), marjoram (All) and spice oils, particularly clove and nutmeg.
Aromatic Scent: A clean, mildly woody scent with distinctive lavender and lilac notes. History: Like Australian Niaouli, Nerolina is extracted from the leaves and twigs of a selected chemotype of the Broad-Leaved Paperbark by steam distillation. Equal parts of linalool and nerolidol give this oil very distinctive lavender and lilac notes with a clean, mildly woody aroma.
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