Gentle and versatile, Manuka oil is sourced from a shrub native to New Zealand. It has a range of cleansing and healing properties that support conditioning skin care, as well as natural respiration and recovery from congestion. Blends well with: Orange Sweet, Lavender Spike, Eucalyptus, Fir Balsam and Kanuka.
- Skin Health
Add 5-10 drops to a bath to support healthy skin and natural recovery from irritation and itchiness. Repeat twice a week or as required.
- Women's Health
Supports natural immunity and healthy acid/alkaline balance in the vagina, thus protecting against yeast related infections. Simply add 5 drops of Manuka to the bath or 2 drops to a douche. Repeat daily as required.
To promote healthy breathing and help clear infection, add 5 drops to 5 drops each of Lavender Spike and Eucalyptus. Use via steam inhalation or dilute in 1ml Sweet Almond oil and rub over the chest and back. Repeat as required.
- Skin Care
As a gentle cleanser and to help reduce dry and scaly skin, add 5 drops to your face and body wash. Apply daily as required.
Safety: Very safe when used as directed. If ingested, drink milk. Avoid eyes, flush with water. Keep out of reach of children.Please note: Therapeutic plant oils are used to support natural body process for optimum health and wellbeing. The information here is NOT meant as recommendation for cure of any medical condition or disease.
Since pre-European times the New Zealand M ori have revered Manuka for its strength and healing abilities. It has been used to treat a range of skin problems including chronic sores, ring worm and eczema. The M ori also cite Manuka for urinary complaints and for reducing fever. Originally, they boiled the leaves in water to inhale for colds, blocked sinuses, hay fever and asthma and rubbed the warm liquid onto stiff backs and sore joints.Please note: the traditional uses listed here are for reference only and under no circumstances should they be taken as recommendations for cures or treatments for diseases or medical conditions. Therapeutic oils are used to support natural body functions and work in harmony with our body's physiology.
Leptospermum scoparium, flower / leaf, distilled, wild grown, New Zealand
Leptospermone, trans-Calamenene, Cadina-1,4-diene, delta- Cadinene, Isoleptospermone
Good medicine cabinet staple
Quite a sweet smelling oil from a similar family as tea tree. I do not love the fragrance of this oil as it can be quite musty (like tea tree), however it works very well to treat migraines and is good for its antiseptic qualities. A drop can be dabbed neat on a pimple to help reduce the size or added to your usual face oil and applied to problem areas. Quite drying so use sparingly. Mixes well with orange oil in a diffuser to clear the air, especially for respiratory conditions.
27/03/2020 6:49 p.m.
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