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Melaleuca_quinquenervia

Scientific name: Melaleuca quinquenervia

  • Flash point: 53 ° C

  • Fresh smell cinéolée

  • Colorless to pale yellow

  • Distillation of the leaves

Niaouli

Current capacity

We operate a forest of 250 Hectares located at the center of Madagascar.
With minimum 2 500 kilos production of essential oil of Niaouli.

Benefits:

  • Stimulating immunizing Anti-infective (antibacterial, antiviral, antifungal)

  • Expectorante

  • Protectrice and cutaneous

  • Radioprotective cutaneous regenerator

Description

Niaouli essential oil is obtained from the fresh leaves by steam distillation of water for one to two hours, with an average yield of 0.7%.

 

Oil, yellow to light green, has a density of about 0.85. It has a strong smell, sweet-camphor, reminiscent of eucalyptus oil and cardamom, but with a spicy character.

 

The major essential oil-producing countries are currently niaouli Australia, Madagascar and New Caledonia.

 

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Analysis of the laboratory

You will find thereafter, the detailed analysis of a sample of Niaouli essential oil made by an independant laboratory. There might be some variations depending on the productions, nevertheless we always keep an excellent quality level.

Essential oil
Niaouli