Uses of Niaouli Essential Oil

I  often described Niaouli EO as the combined scent of tea tree & a camphor kinda eucalyptusy combo.
Niaouli essential oil really is one of my favorites for both scent, varying uses & versatility. 

Uses of Niaouli Essential Oil

Niaouli EO for aches, acne, bronchitis, colds, coughs, cuts, dull skin, flu, oily skin, sore throat, whooping cough, digestive system, boils, abscesses, insect bites & stings. It is analgesic, anti-rheumatic, antiseptic, bactericidal, balsamic, cicatrisant, decongestant, expectorant, febrifuge, insecticide, stimulant, vermifuge & vulnerary. Niaouli is a powerful, stimulating skin cleanser.

Niaouli oil can be thought of as a gentler version of tea tree oil that is great for sensitive skin.

In my home Niaouli EO is a favorite.

Here are just a few of my blog posts where I mention using Niaouli EO.

Other ways we use Niaouli EO.

  1. Wound care: Niaouli has antiseptic properties making it perfect for protecting wounds & healing. It is also bactericidal so it kills bacteria & is great to inhibit bacteria growth & prevent infections. I like to mix a couple drops with just a bit of aloe gel or fractionated coconut oil & apply to wound, sometimes I mix in activated charcoal too.
  2. Joint pain: Mix with a carrier oil, rub in & feel the effect.
  3. Decongestant: I use it in my humidifier/diffusers like above in the blog post. Also easy to mix with shea butter or a carrier oil as a chest/vapor rub. (recipes here just use Niaouli in the recipe).
  4. Cleaning: In a spray bottle add 5 to 10 drops of Niaouli EO, you can just fill the spray bottle with water, or add white vinegar & water or peroxide. Great disinfecting multi surface, multi purpose cleaner.
  5. Skin care: Niaouli EO is milder than tea tree oil with the same benefits, that makes it great for skin issues & for those with sensitive skin. Either add a drop to your daily cleaner in your hand or make your own skin care products & add Niaouli. Try using some of these recipes & mixing in niaouli: Natural DIY Skin care ideas.
  6. Foot bath/soak: Tired feet, dry skin, toe nail fungus & more, we use a foot bath with Niaouli EO, baking soda & peroxide.

Essential oils I personally like to mix with Niaouli EO in my recipes:

  1. Lavender, eucalyptus & niaouli
  2. Peppermint & niaouli
  3. Pine & niaouli
  4. Tea tree & niaouli
  5. Eucalyptus, peppermint & niaouli

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Uses of Niaouli Essential Oil

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