The South Sea myrtle (Leptospermum scoparium) is a shrub or tree with heights of up to four meters. The plant is also known as New Zealand myrtle, Manuka is the name in Maori, which has been recognized as the official language in New Zealand since August 1, 1987. Plant family: Myrtaceae. Origin: Mainly in mountainous parts of New Zealand and southeastern Australia (New South Wales).
Manuka is a traditional medicinal plant used by the indigenous people in New Zealand. The manuka tree belongs to the tea tree family, which also includes cajeput, niaouli and kanuka.
about 200kg leaves = 1ltr. volatile oil
Before internal use, please consult specialist books, doctor or aromatherapist.
The effect on the soul is: Relaxed, calming, helps with psoriasis, neurodermatitis, acne, um
The effect physically: Strongly antibacterial, fungicidal, has an effect on the central nervous system, calming, mentally strengthening. Helps with acne. It is also good for sensitive skin and anti-inflammatory
TIP: Mix two drops with a teaspoon of honey in a cup of lukewarm water or tea twice a day.
A breast oil especially for children
You need 4 drops of cajeput oil, 2 drops of manuka oil and 4 drops of lavandin oil, which you mix in 50 ml of carrier oil and then rub it on your back and chest.
Adults take 1 drop more per essential oil than in the recipe for children.
Ingredients: Leptospermum Scoparium Branch / Leaf Oil