Niaouli (Melaleuka viridiflora gaertner)

How cajeput also niaouli does not seem to have been known to 17th-century Europe. With the locals in the countries of origin but it was very well used to alleviate fever and for the healing of wounds, or against diarrhea and rheumatism.

The niaouli

The oil is very fluid and is light yellow to dark yellow. It has an intense odor, slightly reminiscent of camphor, but also to eucalyptus.

Niaouli is strong antiseptic and is used in aromatherapy for example against cystitis, as well as bronchitis, rhinitis, or a runny or stuffy nose.

Niaouli goes well with other oils, especially eucalyptus oil, pine oil and myrtle oil, when it comes to the treatment of respiratory diseases, colds and flu.

An inhalation formulation would be as follows: A large bowl with hot (not boiling) water, 2 drops of niaouli and 1 drop of eucalyptus and myrtle. Then inhale under a towel.

but you can also use the following ointment: 10 ml soybean oil mixed with 4 drops niaouli, 2 drops of eucalyptus and 1 drop of myrtle. Chest and neck rub it.

For a bladder infection helps the following: 2 drops Niaouli and a few flakes of a natural perfume-free soap, plus as desired 1 tablespoon sea salt, and then wash the genital area with the same, after urinating.

At the same time rubbing your belly that you create as follows: 5 ml of soybean oil and 5 drops of niaouli. Also helps women who have bladder infections often after intercourse.

An air freshener in the infection time, you keeps the viruses and bacteria from the neck you get from 300 ml of warm water and 1 teaspoon niaouli, you mix in a spray bottle.

Profile of Niaouli

Effect on the psyche

Invigorating, makes determined, resilient, creates a serene mood.

The scent of Niaouli brings clarity and power of concentration. It helps in mental confusion and exhaustion.

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