Add a few drops of cajeput essential oil to your diffuser for better focus and concentration. Mild cajeput essential oil has a penetrating and slightly sweet, refreshing aroma.
Promotes concentration and focus: Cajeput essential oil will clear your mind and stimulate concentration with its penetrating and refreshing scent. It will alleviate negative thoughts and emotional exhaustion.
Relieves muscle pain: When cajeput essential oil is diluted in a carrier oil for massage, it can help with sore muscles and joints.
Nourishes the skin: Cajeput acts as a skin tonic. It helps to purify oily and combination skin.
Helps with detox: It promotes sweating and thus helps to remove toxins from your body. It provides a cooling sensation that is especially useful for fighting fever.
Blends well with: bergamot, geranium, lavender, clary sage, rosemary and ylang ylang.
Cajeput essential oil is also called white tea tree. It originated in Malaysia and can now be found throughout Southeast Asia and parts of Australia. Its name comes from the Malaysian word "kayu-puti" which means "white tree". It is obtained by steam distillation of fresh leaves and twigs. It has a clear, transparent yellow color and a penetrating sweet, refreshing and slightly camphorous scent
100% pure organic essential oil, free from synthetic fragrance. Botanically and biochemically defined essential oil. Vegan and cruelty free.
Combine aromatherapy and air humidification in the room using an aroma diffuser to provide a healthy and soothing environment.
Essential oils are only for external use. Do not use it undiluted directly on the skin and avoid contact with the eyes. Keep it out of the reach of children and do not use it on children under the age of 5. Consult a doctor before using essential oils during pregnancy.
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