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Cajeput Ambon Essential Oil
Cajeput Ambon Essential Oil
Botanical Name:Melaleuca cajeputi
Geographic Origin: Maluka
Method of Farming: Wild
Method of Extraction: Steam Distillation
Part of Plant: Leaves
size price payment method
10ml (1/3 fl oz)
100ml (3.38 fl oz)
1kg (equiv. 37.19 fl oz)
Cajeput Ambon Essential Oil

Cajeput Ambon Essential Oil has a strong, fresh, eucalyptus-like, and camphor-like scent. It is colorless to pale yellow. The oil is steam distilled from the fresh leaves and twigs of a medium sized tree.

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Aromatherapy uses for Cajeput Ambon Essential Oil

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Specific Uses: Cajeput has been used in Australian, Malaysian and Indonesian folk medicine for its therapeutic properties.

Safety information for Cajeput Ambon Essential Oil

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Specific Safety Information: Cajeput Ambon Essential Oil is non-toxic, and non-sensitising. However, some have stated that it can irritate the skin, therefore it needs to be well diluted and never allowed to come into contact with mucuous membranes. Do a patch test before using on the skin. See The Complete Guide to Aromatherapy by Salvatorre Battaglia, Second edition published by The International Centre of Holistic Aromatherapy in 2003 page 173