Rosalina Essential Oil


Rosalina(Lavender Tea Tree) Essential Oil

Botanical name

Melaleuca ericifolia

Botanical family




Method of extraction

Steam distillation

Major constituents

The main chemical composition of Rosalina shows as follows:

α-pinene                                          5-10%
cineole 1,8                                       15-25%
ρ–cymene                                       1-4%
limonene                                         1-5%
linalool                                            35-55%
terpen-4-ol                                     0.5-4%
α-terpinene                                    1-4%
aromadendrene                            2-4%
viridiflorol                                     0.2-3%


Spiritual & Mind

Calming and relaxing properties make it ideal for sleep and stress disorders, such as mild insomnia and agitation/anxiety


Analgesic, Anti-anxiety, Anti-bacterial, Anti-fungal, Anti-histamine, Anti-infectious, Anti-inflammatory, Anti-microbial, Anti-oxidant, Anti-viral, Calming, CNS tonic, Disinfectant, Immune support, Immuno-stimulant, Mucolytic, Tonic

Useful for respiratory infections with congestion, such as in bronchitis, sinusitis, colds and flu, etc., particularly in small children.

Skin care

Rosalina aids in minor skin irritations, such as acne, boils, tinea, and herpes. It is rapidly absorbed through the skin, and is extremely gentle on the skin, would make wonderful preparations to soothe and heal these skin conditions. That is actually what the Australian people have historically used this essential oil for.


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.
Related information

Rosalina is a wild harvested Australian native. This Australian native grows between 3 – 8 metres around swampy lowlands, along creeks and behind sand dunes in coastal areas, on low level to high salinity soils. The composition of the oil has been compared to Tea Tree (M. alternifolia) oil except the major constituent is linalool.  It is said that there are similarities with Lavender but fresher in note. It can be an alternative for those who don’t like the Lavender scent, but may appreciate the M. ericifolia with its slight lemony and buttery scent.

There are some individuals that feel that Tea Tree is either too harsh aromatically or energetically. While Rosalina essential oil is much gentle and quite appealing to most people. Rosalina essential oil has a soft, almost feminine energetic quality that is very nurturing and soothing. When one is looking for an essential oil that has strong anti-bacterial, anti-viral, immune stimulating properties, Rosalina essential oil is a fabulous choice. Because Rosalina is so gentle, yet powerful, it really can assist to address both the physical and emotional aspects of an illness.

On an energetic level, Rosalina essential oil relates mainly to the fourth, or heart chakra. It really is going to address the lungs and respiratory tract, but also deeply affects the heart chakra because of its gentle, soothing nature. Rosalina can also been used on the sixth, or third eye chakra also because of its ability to assist in change – on a physical as well as an emotional or spiritual level.

Weight 0.2 kg
Dimensions 30 × 12 × 9 cm

Rosalina Oil 10ml, Five Essential Oil Pack


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