Botanical Name: Melaleuca ericifolia
Botanical Family: Myrtaceae
Extraction Method: Steam distilled
Part of Plant Distilled: Leaves, twigs, and branches.
Country of Origin: Australia
Cultivation Method: Wild harvested
Composition: 100% Melaleuca ericifolia
Uplifting lavender-lemon infused in fresh pine floating on the back of a buttery wind.
Blends well with
Frankincense, Tea Tree, Lavender, Lemon, Rose Otto, Cape Chamomile, Blue Tansy, Immortelle, Cypress, and Palo Santo.
In every and any way one would use tea tree or lavender. Skin tonic for sluggish areas. Tension tamer. Gentle grace for the face to smooth and tone. Dab neat on skin spots that need extra TLC.
Boasts anywhere from 42-62% linalool.ESSENTIAL OIL ANALYSIS >
This demure, sweet sister of tea tree oil is also known as lavender tea tree oil. It combines the soothing effects of lavender with the fast-fighting power of tea tree. If tea tree oil is a pungent powerhouse herb, Rosalina Essential Oil slips in through the garden gate. With a scent and energy that is more subdued, it’s a wonder that Rosalina is just as potent as her better-known brother.
Rosalina Essential Oil is lovely like lavender with a forest-freshness. This is a supreme choice for skin care, body oils, and breathing balms.
“Rosalina has a soft, pine-like, earthy odour. It is said to have a similar therapeutic profile to that of tea tree, and many find its odour more acceptable for massage purposes.”
~ Jennifer Peace Rhind, Essential Oils: A Handbook for Aromatherapy Practice