Kunzea Essential Oil
Method of extraction
The main chemical composition of Kunzea shows as follows:
Also contains small amounts of spathulenol, citronellol, ledol, limonene, calamenene.
Spiritual & Mind
With a fresh, slightly spicy aroma, kunzea is strengthing and soothing, it helps relieve nervous tension, stress and mild anxiety.
Kunzea helps to alleviate deep emotional pain associated as a result of suppression. It assists in the release of physical and emotional pain and in transforming the immediate shock of accidents.
Anti-inflammatory, analgesic, anti-arthritic, antiseptic, antimicrobial, relaxant.
Kunzea is highly recommended for the treatment of arthritis, muscular pain and soft tissue injuries.
Kunzea has also been found to be beneficial to ease the pain from insect bites, minor burns, recurring shingles and headaches. Webb suggests use a dab of the neat essential oil to insect bites for immediate pain relief. It is also recommended for symptoms of influenza.
Kunzea essential oil is great for irritated red spots on the skin, it is a known antiseptic, which is helpful for the treatment of rashes, eczema, acne, dermatitis and leg infections.
Add a few drops in a diffuser, oil burner, vaporiser, potpourri, massage oil or bath, skin creams or base; for daily skin care or massage, suggest dilution below 2%.
Avoid contact with the eyes. Suggest not to be taken, for special treatment needs follow to your professional therapist.
Keep out of reach of children.
Store below 30°C in a dry place away from direct sunlight.
Dr Penoel believes FragoniaTM represents the Yin or female aspect of the Tao and Kunzea, the Yang or male aspect. The Tao indicates the interdependence of Yin and Yang energies. An extreme condition in one will make the other unbalanced and a state of ill health can arise. ‘The combination of both oils seems to reunify the Tao and to provide a new level of results that cannot be obtained just with the individual use of each oil’. The combination will depend on the needs of the client.