Kunzea WC

Kunzea WC
Botanical Name: Kunzea ambigua (Smith) Druce
Country of Origin: Australia
Family: Myrtaceae  
Method of  Cultivation: Wild Crafted
Method of Extraction: Steam Distillation
Plant Material Used: Foliage & Flowers

CAS: 97553-36-1
Flash Point: 50 - 55 degrees C

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Common Names:
Tick Bush, Ducane Kunzea, Tasmanian spring flower

A clear, mobile liquid, with a pleasant, fresh and slightly spicy scent.
It has been said to having a fresh, invigorating scent reminiscent of the Australian bush.

Chemical Constituents:
Contains: 70% monoterpenes:: a-pinene (48.3%), 1,8 cineole (14.5%), a-terpineol (1.9%)

Description of Plant:
A frost hardy, low maintenence species worthy of any native garden in temperate areas.
Flowers are small, white (rarely pink) and profuse.
Characterized by small, dark green aromatic leaves on long arching thin branches.

Principal Properties: 

- analgesic
- anti-arthritic
- Anti-fungal,
- anti- inflammatory,
- anti-microbial
- antiseptic
- insecticidal
- relaxant

Therapeutic Properties of Constituents:
  • for the temporary relief of the pain of arthritis
  • relief of the symptoms of influenza
  • relief of muscular aches & pains
  • helps relieve nervous tension, stress and mild anxiety
  • temporary relief of the pain of rheumatism.

    Tests in Australia have shown that Kunzea has been found to be effective against Staph, E. coli and Candida albicans.
  • Other known uses:

  • May be helpful as an insect repellent
  • to assist in dealing with deep emotional pain that has been suppressed. (as in some type of trauma). 
          which would aid in the release of physical and emotional pain.

  • For relief of anxiety, stress & nervous tension: Consider blending with bergamot, geranium, lavender,lemon, lime, grapefruit, neroli, sweet orange & sandalwood.
  • For relief of muscular aches and pains: black pepper, cajeput, clove bud, ginger root, pine, peppermint & rosemary.
  • For sensitive and inflamed skin: German chamomile, helichrysum, lavender .

    General Safety:
  • Non-toxic and Non-irritant. 

    Please Note: People with sensitive skin should do a patch test. 
  • Caution:
    External use only.
    Do not use undiluted on the skin.
    Keep away from children & pets.
    Store away from heat & light

    Mark Webb, 'Bush Sense' Australian Essential Oils & Aromatic Compounds.
    Salvatore Battaglia, The Complete Guide to Aromatherapy Third Edition

    Disclaimer: These statements made on this website have not been evaluated by the U.S. Food & Drug administration (FDA). Our products are not intended to diagnose, cure or prevent any disease. If a condition persists, please contact your physician or health care provider .The information provided by this website or this company should not be construed as individual medical advice.

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