This Australian Native is commonly touted ‘Tasmania’s Best-Kept Natural Secret’ and it is the signature essential oil in our Zea Relief Kunzea Product Range.
Kunzea is endemic to Australia and primarily grows in North-East Tasmania. It is steam distilled from the Kunzea ambigua plant that is a member of Myrtaceae (or Myrtle Family).
Aromatically, Kunzea Oil has a pleasant scent with clean, fresh, invigorating undertones. The aroma is often compared to the scent of the Australian Bush.
Therapeutically, Kunzea may have even more beneficial properties than its better-known cousin Tea Tree. In addition, it has a much milder sensation when applied to the skin. Kunzea Oil may also help to reduce pain and relieve inflammation.
If you haven’t used before, we strongly encourage you to give this remarkable essential oil a try.
Kunzea is a versatile essential oil that blends particularly well with Australian Natives such as Eucalyptus, Lemon Myrtle, Fragonia, Sandalwood and Rosalina.
Australian Kunzea Essential Oil is best used in an aroma diffuser, bath, massage oil, potpourri or room deodoriser. As with any essential oil, you should be cautious when applying Kunzea directly to the skin.
The pure essential oil is most commonly used to treat small wounds, minor burns, and fungal infections. Inhalation may relieve sinus pain and anxiety.
For those looking to relieve painful joints, muscles or skin inflammation, it is recommended that you try one of the other products in the Australian Kunzea Range, all of which contain the natural benefits of Kunzea Oil.
Australian Kunzea Essential Oil has a unique organic composition, with a high content of important sesquiterpene compounds. A typical analysis of the major components is as follows:
alpha-pinene = 39.9
1,8-cineole = 15.8
globulol = 11.9
viridifloral = 9.4
bicyclogermacrene = 5.1
spathulenol = 2.9
For external use only.
Avoid contact with eyes.
Keep out of reach of children.
Non-toxic and non-irritant.
Store below 30°C in a dry place away from direct sunlight.
If ailment persists seek medical advice.
These safety guidelines are not a complete safety reference for the proper use of essential oils. When in doubt, consult your physician and/or a qualified and trained aromatherapy practitioner.