Lemon Tea Tree (O)

Lemon Tea Tree (O)

Lemon Tea Tree (O) 

Botanical Name: Leptospermum petersonii F.M.Bailey 
Country of Origin: Australia 
Family:Myrtaceae   
Method of Cultivation: Organic 
Method of Extraction: Steam Distilled 
Plant Material Used: Leaves and branches 

CAS No:85085-43-4 
Flash Point: 70 degrees C 

Synonym: Tea Tree (lemon scented)

 

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Appearance & Odor: 
- A colorless to pale yellow or greenish liquid. 
- Powerful fresh, Intense citrus odor. 
- Rich in citral i.e. lemon verbena, may chang, lemongrass, melissa 

Key Constituents: 
Geranial (45.4%), Neral (31.3%), a-Pinene (12.3%) Citronella (6.8%), Geraniol (2.7%), Isopulegol (1.3%), Linalool (1.2%), Spathulenol (1.0%) 

Uses: 
Ideal for use in flavorings and fragrances, and has an excellent insect repellent properties. 

Lemon Tea Tree Properties: 
- anti-fungal 
- antioxidant 
- insecticidal 

Known for: 
Antibacterial, anti-fungal, antiviral, expectorant, insecticidal

 Note:

Oil rich in aldehydes are considered very effective for the treatment of fungal infections and very effective insect repellents ~ quote from S. Battigalia pg 565


Per Tisserand: 
Caution for Hypersensitive, diseased or damaged skin, children under 2 years of age.
Maximum dermal use level: 0.8%. 

Caution: 
External use ONLY. 
Do NOT use undiluted on the skin. 
Keep away from children and pets.
Store away from heat and light. 

Ref: 
Robert Tisserand ~ Essential Oil Safety pg.446 
Salvatore Battaglia ~ The Complete Guide to Aromatherapy 3rd Edition Vol 1 





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