A magnificent, wonderful and uplifting honey and lemon scented essential oil.
Honey Myrtle Essential Oil
$20.95 – $690.00
Honey Myrtle Essential Oil
Our rarest yet and one of our best essential oils! Honey Myrtle essential oil’s lemony aroma is similar to our Lemon Myrtle essential oil, but with an absolutely beautiful, warm honey note. For many people this oil is superior to Lemon Myrtle. It is great in an oil burner or in body products. It is uplifting, fresh and wonderful.
Botanical name Melaleuca teretifolia
Ingredients 100% v/v pure of Honey Myrtle essential oil.
Honey Myrtle Essential Oil Aroma
Pleasant, delicate, fresh, uplifting lemon, honey aroma, sunshine plus fresh air, pleasant for men and women.
Honey Myrtle Essential Oil Benefits
Clear and focus the mind, assist concentration, uplifting, relaxing, calming, relief for mental stress, relief for high pressure workers, students, switching off from pressure situations, anti-depressive, soothes hypertension, aids happiness, removes bad room smells, calms noisy children.
Honey Myrtle Essential Oil Uses
In an oil burner, vaporiser, air freshener, potpourri, massage oil, bath, soaps, creams and add to perfumes.
MORE INFO on HONEY MYRTLE Essential Oil
Directions and More Uses
2 to 4 drops in an oil burner or vaporiser
1 drop into a bath
Add to your own skin care products for a lovely lemon aroma.
Blend Honey Myrtle Essential Oil with
Massage Honey Myrtle with
5 drops per 100ml of carrier oil.
Contains up to 70% citral, containing: geranial, neral, cis citral, (Lemongrass 30-70% Citrals, Lemon Verbena 40%, Lemon Balm 70%). Citral has been shown to be anti-microbial, particularly anti fungal, anti-viral, sedative.
Do not use at a rate greater than 1% in body products, as skin sensitisation may occur.
Keep out of reach of children.
Store away from direct sunlight.
Store below 30 degrees.
Other Common Names
Marsh Honey Myrtle, Banbar,
Natural Occurrence in Australia
The Honey Myrtle naturally occur in the south west of Western Australia and grows to a maximum height of 2-5 metres in the wild. Typically occurring in the sandy soils of Western Australian, it can, like other Melaleucas, grow right in amongst wetlands as well.
Honey Myrtle Essential Oil Characteristics
Clear to yellow colour; watery consistency; a fresh citrus, lemon and honey scent.
Extraction and Farming Method
Honey Myrtle essential oil is extracted via the steam distillation of the middle and upper stem, branchlets and leaves.
Honey Myrtle is grown in plantations in south western Western Australia. A husband and wife team on their south west Western Australia rural property, discovered a sweet lemon plant down by some wetlands. They had discovered a lovely variant of Honey Myrtle, richer in lemon oil compounds than other Honey Myrtles. They have gone on to propagate over 20,000 of these superior lemon scented Honey Myrtles on their property.
Plantation trees are planted in rows and kept to a maximum height of 2 metres. They are machine harvested and are then steam distilled immediately to maintain the highest quality.
History – Honey Myrtle Essential Oil
At this point, there is no evidence of any traditional usage of the tree. However it would be fair to assume some kind of use was made of the leaves used as a perfume on the skin.
Early European Usage
As the tree was small to be used for timber (woodwork or firewood), it was not exploited during the two World Wars like Lemon Myrtle and Anise Myrtle were.
Present Day Usage
At present Honey Myrtle oil is grown in the south west of Western Australia and the pioneers who discovered this oil have continued to grow and distil the oil. It is from this farm that Essentially Australia secures its source of beautiful Honey Myrtle essential oil.
Typical Chemical Profile of Honey Myrtle Essential Oil
alpha pinene 0.6%
exo -isocitral 0.6%
cis -isocitral 1.6%
trans –iso citral 2.6%
neryl acetate 0.4%
geranyl acetate 0.6%
Optical rotation @ 20 C -0.2
Relative Density: @ 20 C 0.881
Refractive index @ 20 C 1.484
|Dimensions||2.5 × 2.5 × 7 cm|