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Niaouli essential oil

  • Latin name : Melaleuca quinquinervia

  • Distilled part : Leafs

  • Origin : East coast of Madagascar



  • Antiviral

  • Antibacterial

  • Venous and lymphatic decongestant

  • Anti-fungal

  • Colds, sinusitis, bronchitis, flu

  • Herpes, fever blister, fungus

  • Problematic skin, oily skin, acne-prone skin

  • Heavy legs

  • Genital discomfort

How to use it? 

  • Cold, clogged nose, runny nose
    In inhalation: 5 pure drops to apply on a handkerchief, then to inhale, 5 times a day, until improved


  • Cold sore, fever blister
    Dermal route: 2 pure drops or 50% dilution in vegetable oil, depending on the sensitivity of the skin, directly on the herpes, every 2 hours, until the herpes disappears


  • Light legs
    Mix in your dispersible bath preparation. Pour your mixture into the hot bath water.


  • Make sure to seek medical advice before using Niaouli essential oil for people with asthma. and epilepsy

  • Niaouli essential oil is irritating to the skin, it is recommended to dilute it to 20% in a plant oil before any skin application

  • Do not use Niaouli essential oil in case of hormone-dependent disease.


  • Authorized Users
    Adults and Youth
    Children - 6 years old
    prohibited for pregnant and nursing women and young babies

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