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Cajeput oil 100% pure 100mls — £10.17

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Latin name: Melaleuca leucadendron  
Source country: Australia, Indonesia  
Appearance: Clear to pale yellow thin liquid  
Aroma: Ethereal, medicinal, camphoraceous.  
Derivation: The oil is distilled from the leaves and twigs of the cajeput tree.  
Chemicals: The main constituents are 1,8-cineol (14-65%), terpineol, terpinyl acetate,  
pinene, nerolidol, both free and as an ester of acetic acid, and small amounts of terpenes,  
such as laevo-pinene. Cineol is eucalyptol which is also found in eucalyptus oil and  
exhibits strong antibacterial properties.  
Uses: The largest use of cajeput is by vapourising the oil to help with bronchial, sinus,  
and respiratory problems. It is used in Olbas oil for this reason. It is also used for  
rheumatic aches and pains by virtue of its rubifacient properties. It is present in high  
concentrations in products like Tiger Balm for example. It is highly antibacterial. It has a  
host of other claimed uses such as for burns, pain remedy such as toothache, earache,  
headache etc. However it is more popular in the far East than in the West since it has not  
been marketed as heavily in the West.  
Note: As with all pure essential oils, dilute appropriately with a suitable carrier oil  
before using on the skin. Do not take essential oils internally 
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