A member of the tea tree family but sweeter and more delicate. The aroma of niaouli can clear the mind and help us stay alert. Niaouli is a great aid to concentration. Niaouli can help us focus on higher values and more worthy goals. Niaouli can help us see the bigger picture of our lives and find those things that we were born to do.
Here is what Valaree Westover Sharp from Butterfly Express says about Niaouli Essential Oil:
A general immune system booster and effective as a response to allergic reactions. Useful for skin conditions such as cuts, boils, burns, insect bites, and acne.
Niaouli is a relative of the well-known tea tree however it’s a lot milder and in my opinion it has a much more pleasant aroma.
Diffusing nightly can help us to stay alert and it can aid in concentration in general.
Niaouli is thought of as an immune system booster and it’s very effective as a response to an allergic reaction.
Niaouli, like tea tree, is an excellent antiseptic and it can be used neat (which means straight) without a carrier oil or it can be mixed with water to disinfect cuts and scrapes.
Niaouli can be used for pulmonary infections, bronchitis, coughs, sinus congestion and even a sore throat. It has anti-inflammatory properties, which makes it useful for muscle cramps and aches.
You can dilute it and apply it to anywhere in the body that’s aching, including your sore throat.
Niaouli is often found in pharmaceutical preparations such as gargles, cough drops, toothpastes and mouth sprays.
You can add a drop to a glass of water and gargle it, and that’s another great way to ward off a sore throat.