Australian Essential Oil Kit
Australian Essential Oils
Pure essential oils have been used for thousands of years for their divine smell, restorative properties and cosmetic preparations and in biblical times they were as valuable as gold. Essential oils are extracted from aromatic plants, flowers, seeds and wood and contain natures ‘essence’ that can trigger the body to stimulate healing.
Botanical Elixir believes in the powerful therapeutic properties of plants and the ancient tradition of using essential oils to heal and restore the body. Our premium essential oils are carefully sourced from around the world using only the most delicate extraction methods have been used to preserve the unique signatures of the plant.
Botanical Name: Eucalyptus radiata
Indigenous Australians used to place eucalyptus leaves in small pools of water,
which were heated by placing heated rocks into the water, this produced steam, the leaves oils vapours would be breathed in for various colds, coughs and flu.
Eucalyptus oil is known as a very healing oil a it is anti-germicidal and antibacterial. It aids in the relief of tired muscles, aches and pains and is renowned for using when you have a cold or flu. It is excellent to use as an air freshener, its is uplifting, relaxing, removes bad room smells and odours, and calms tired and agitated children.
Botanical Name: Lavandulaangustifolia / Lavandulaofficianalis
Lavender is one of the most popular essential oils to own. Lavender Oil has a beautiful, versatile aroma. It is anti-bacterial and is a must-have for your first-aid kit. Its calming and sedative properties make Lavender Essential Oil a wonderful oil to help relax, fight stress and to promote sleep. And when properly diluted, it's amongst the safest of essential oils.
Botanical Name Melaleuca alternifolia
Tea Tree is must-have oil to keep on hand for a wide array of applications. The aroma is medicinal, but many become fond (or at the very least, tolerant) to the aroma after becoming accustomed to it. Although many authors and educators have expressly stated that Tea Tree Essential Oil can be applied to the skin undiluted, it is prudent to not heed this advice. Less is more.