Australian Ericifolia Essential Oil
Australian Ericifolia essential oil comes from wildcrafted populations of Melaleuca ericifolia grown on Flinders Island in Tasmania. The bright plant grows 10−26 feet tall around the coast and hilly slopes. With an aroma and benefits often compared to Tea Tree, Australian Ericifolia is a member of the same family as this essential oil favorite. Only select populations are harvested to ensure oil consistency and sustainability.
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Commonly known as Lavender Tea Tree, Australian Ericifolia is a mixture of two favored essential oils which create a subtle sweet and woodsy aroma with delicate floral notes. This incredible mixture comes from Flinders Island, Tasmania and Young Living is currently the only US direct marketing company to use this oil.
Australian Ericifolia Essential Oil is also great for skin, just add a few drops to moisturizer for a suple look and help reduce the appearance of blemishes. Add Australian Ericifolia to your hair products to enhance a healthy, shiny look, or use it in your diffuser to get rid of musky odors.
These are approximate drops. Adjust recipes to your needs. If a recipe is too strong for you, add fewer drops. Do you need more? Just add more, but no more than 8-12 drops for all of our diffusers with the exception of the Aria diffuser which requires 15-25 drops.
Tip: When you first begin diffusing, start with less essential oil than listed in the recipes and build to more as desired. You should give your body time to adjust to the essential oils. Almost all the Young Living diffusers are ultrasonic which provides a cool-mist humidifier along with the essential oils. These diffusers are safe to run all day. Pay attention to the size of the room because the size will impact the intensity of diffusing. Nebulizers and atomizers are different than ultrasonic diffusers because they do not use water. For these, note the time limit for diffusing stated on each individual oil bottle.
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