Plants and Oils

 Bush Balm Mint 

Native to Australia, Bush Balm Mint has a eucalyptus, camphoraceous, slightly floral and spicy aroma. Bush balm mint is a fragrant native hardwood shrub covered with purple, bell shaped flowers in spring and summer. Apart from its use as a highly effective natural air freshener, Bush Balm Mint has noted antibacterial, antifungal and carminative qualities. Bush Balm Mint Essential is great in your diffuser to help fight colds, headaches and as a calming de-stressor 

 Tea Tree 

Tea Tree Oil has a fresh, earthy and herbaceous aroma, traditionally associated with medicinal use. Traditional Owners of Australia have used tea tree for millennia, prizing its analgesic, antifungal, antibacterial, decongestant, healing, diaphoretic, stimulant and deodorant properties. The leaves were historically used as a substitute for tea, which is how it got its name. Tea Tree Oil is commonly used to help heal wounds and ease inflammation. It can also help to reduce symptoms of acne, burns, sunburn, insect bites, blisters, eczema, chickenpox, cold sores and athlete’s foot, just for starters, and is also great for dandruff, head lice, foot odour and oily skin. Tea Tree Oil is also known to boost respiratory function – helpful if you have sinusitis, asthma, bronchitis or whooping cough. 

 Lemon Myrtle 

Traditionally Lemon Myrtle was used by inhaling or topical use for easing chest congestion and as a potent antibacterial agent. Also prized for its anti-fungal, antimicrobial, antispasmodic and anti-inflammatory properties, Lemon Myrtle is fantastic to help ease muscle pains and inflammation. Try a couple of drops in a warm foot bath after a long day on your feet, or blended with a carrier oil and massaged into sore muscles. 

 Ylang Ylang 

Ylang Ylang oil is notable for its calming and balancing abilities, frequently described as encouraging a sense of euphoria. It’s said to be soothing in times of stress, anxiety and insomnia, helping you feel to feel relaxed and peaceful. It’s also known for its power to help ease extreme mood swings. 


Cedarwood Atlas Essential Oil has its origins in the Atlas Mountains of Morocco, and has an aroma that is woody, warm, rather balsamic scent, with an herbaceous, honeyed note. Known mainly for its strengthening and fortifying properties, Cedarwood Atlas Essential Oil can be a help if you’re feeling generally lethargic, anxious and lacking in concentration. Its intense woody, earthy aroma, Cedarwood Essential is good for anti-fungal, antiseptic, astringent and general body balance. These make it particularly useful in skin and hair care formulations. It can help with moderate acne, fungal infections, dermatitis, eczema, greasy skin, dandruff, plus hair loss, hair strengthening and growth. Cedarwood Oil can also be great if you’re suffering from rheumatism or arthritis, urinary infection, cystitis or fluid retention. It may also help to relieve tension and stress, fight respiratory conditions and assist circulation. 

 Australian Cypress Blue Oil 

The therapeutic benefits of oil of Australian native Cypress trees have been known for thousands of years to the Traditional Owners of Australia and is still used for a variety of medicinal aids today. Australian Cypress is said to have beneficial pain relieving and anti-inflammatory properties. It’s particularly helpful in easing the discomfort of insect stings (mosquitos, bees, wasps and sandflies) and induced hives. It also has a reputation for anti-viral qualities that help fight skin complaints as cold sores, shingles and warts plus it’s used on minor burns, to help speed healing and alleviate associated pain. 

 Kunzea Oil 

Kunzea Essential Oil is known for its pain relieving, soothing abilities, so it can be great for cuts, small wounds, insect bites and minor burns and skin irritations. It’s also used to help alleviate the symptoms of headache and flu. Kunzea oil is also used as an insect repellent and it has a good reputation for easing stress, nervous tension and mild anxiety. 


Nerolina Oil comes from an Australian native plant/tree. Nerolina Essential Oil’s floral, clean, sweet and faintly woody aroma is known for restoring balance – particularly in an emotional sense. It’s also a popular ingredient of fine perfumery and is often likened to the aroma of Lavender or Lilac. Nerolina Oil’s soothing, refreshing and relaxing properties promote tranquility and calm in the mind and body. In addition, it’s thought to have anti-viral and anti-inflammatory abilities. Nerolina oil’s normalising qualities make it useful for removing bad odours from rooms. 

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