The Source of doTERRA’s Niaouli Essential Oil
Niaouli essential oil is derived from the long leaves of the large, evergreen Niaouli tree. Decorated with yellow-tinted flowers that flourish in tight spikes at the ends of the branches, and a flakey paper bark trunk, the Niaouli tree is found throughout Asia, Australia, New Caledonia and Madagascar.
In one of doTERRA’s Co-Impact Sourcing® locations, Niaouli leaves are harvested by some of the hard working natives of Madagascar to produce doTERRA’s potent Niaouli essential oil.
At present, Niaouli is only available from doTERRA Australia during Limited Time Offers (most recently as Product of the Month for April 2020) and is not a part of their everyday range of essential oils.
It is available in a 15ml bottle with dripolator for everyday use. Niaouli essential oil can be used aromatically, or topically with a carrier oil. It blends well with Eucalyptus, Bergamot and Lavender.
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As a relative of the Tea Tree (they belong to the same genus, melaleuca), Niaouli is renowned for its cleansing properties and will be a perfect addition to any low-tox cleaning solutions you use in your special needs home.
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Chemistry of doTERRA’s Niaouli Essential Oil
Main Chemical Components: Eucalyptol, α-pinene
Niaouli essential oil has a stimulating aroma due to its eucalyptol content and composition of monoterpenes. It has been used in a variety of cosmetics such as lotions, creams and soaps. Due to its limonene content, Niaouli essential oil may help keep skin looking healthy. It may also be beneficial as part of a relaxing massage.
You can read more about Niaouli essential oil’s main chemical components, Eucalyptol and α-pinene in The doTERRA Essential Oil Chemistry Handbook.
How do I use doTERRA’s Niaouli Essential Oil?
Here are some suggestions for how you can use Niaouli essential oil in your special needs home:
- Diffuse it with an essential oil diffuser or diffuser jewellery. This sweet, woody aroma is quite stimulating.
- Diffuse it alone with 3-4 drops in a diffuser or try the diffuser blends below.
- Add one drop to an adult facial cleanser. Niaouli essential oil may help keep skin looking healthy.
- Add a couple of drops to a teaspoon of carrier oil along with a couple of drops of Lavender essential oil for a soothing massage.
- Use Niaouli essential oil to clean household surfaces.
Here is a DIY surface spray recipe:
Niaouli Essential Oil Diffuser Blends
We here at Support Essentials have created some beautiful Niaouli diffuser blends for you to try.
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