100% pure Lemon Myrtle essential oil
Botanical name: Backhousia citriodora, Lemon Myrtle trees naturally occur in the rainforests of Queensland from Brisbane to the Atherton Tablelands.
As a Food Flavouring
Use the oil as both a food flavouring – simply add 6 to 9 drops per 1000ml .
Most commonly used to flavour cooking oils like Olive or Macadamia oil. Use at a rate of 8 to 12 drops per 1000ml (1 litre) of cooking oil. Particularly good in salad dressing.
5 drops per 100ml of carrier oil.
Around the home
Use in an oil burner, air purifier, air freshener, in potpourri, massage oil or a bath.
You can also use the oil for cleaning. Add a couple drops to your vacuum cloth bag, in the water you use to wash your floors or into your dish washing liquid.
Typical Chemical Profile of Lemon Myrtle Essential Oil (Australian Standard 4941-2001)
6-methyl-5-hepten-2-one trace – 2.9%
2,3-dehydro-1,8-cineole trace – 0.9%
myrcene trace – 0.7%
linalool trace – 1.0%
exo -isocitral trace – 2.0%
citronellal trace – 1.0%
cis -isocitral trace – 2.7%
trans -isocitral trace – 4.3%
neral 32.0% +
geranial 44.0% +
CITRAL TOTAL 95.0% or above
- Weight: 70 g
- Width: 7 cm
- Depth: 3 cm
- Height: 11 cm