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Pure Naiouli Essential Oil - Uses and Benfits Aromatherapy Guide - Cheap Scents and Fragrances

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Niaouli Essential Oil - Pure Aromatherapy Scents and Fragrances

Niaouli essential oil is one of the many oils that can be used for aromatherapy, however it is not as well known as some of its counterparts. Its fragrance has been described as earthy and musty. It has a slightly sweet, fresh smell and its color varies from colorless to pale yellow and greenish.

The niaouli, a large evergreen tree is native to Australia, New Caledonia and the French Pacific Islands. However, its oils are imported for its numerous health benefits, and are readily available online and in local stores. Among the main chemical components contributing to the many beneficial properties of niaouli oil are 1,8-cineole, y-terpineol, limonene, a-phellandrene, a and b pinene, linalool and piperitone.

Niaouli oil blends well with other oils such as coriander, fennel, juniper, lavender, lime, pine and peppermint.

What does it do?

Niaouli essential oil has several properties that make it a favorable choice if you want the most out of your oil on top of relaxation. It is balsamic, improving overall health and restoring homeostasis by facilitating maximum absorption of nutrients in digestion.

It is known to have analgesic properties, as it relieves pain by numbing the nerves, subsequently resulting in desensitization. Common ailments that can be treated in this manner are headaches, toothaches and muscle joint pains.

The oil is also anti-rheumatic, stimulating blood and lymph circulation and preventing uric acid from accumulating in the joints. For individuals suffering from arthritis and gout, this is an awesome pain relief alternative.

If you love the great outdoors or just tend to fall down a lot (it happens), you might want to consider adding niaouli essential oiI to your medicine cabinet or first aid kit, as it is shown to facilitate the wound healing process when applied externally, either with a lotion or raw (it is recommended that the oil be diluted, however). Another reason to keep this handy oil with you is that it also serves as an insect repellent.

It possesses antiseptic or antibacterial properties that are shown to work on wounds, inhibiting bacterial growth in the skin as well as other body areas such as the uro-genital tracts, intestines and kidneys. It facilitates leukocytes and platelets in the infected place and restores normal body flora, preventing opportunistic infections.

The oil gives adequate protection against both external and internal infections. This is why niaouli essential oil is used as a vermifuge: it is used in de-worming, being particularly effective on round worms and tape worms. The thought is disturbing, but worms can be found in the intestines and disrupt normal body homeostasis by competing with the body for nutrients. This is a good bonus, then.

Niaouli works on scar eradication, being a cicatrisant, diminishing scars and marks that may have been acquired from acne, pimples, or wounds. It is a catalyst for new cell and tissue growth, thus replaces old, damaged scar tissue. It decongests by promoting vasodilation, reducing phlegm accumulation in the bronchioles, larynx, pharynx, trachea and nasal tracts. If commercial bronchodilators don't work, chronic asthmatics might want to give niaouli essential oil a try.

Studies show that the oil is capable of stimulating functioning systems in the body, in blood circulation, hormone secretion and metabolic processes that stimulate growth and strengthen overall immune resistance.

Other benefits attributed to niaouli oil by extensive study shows that it can tones the digestive system, treat oily skin and can be used as an antidote to insect bites and stings. It is also effective against other skin ailments such as boils and rashes.

What are the alternatives?

Numerous alternatives exist to niaouli essential oil, but its edge lies in three things. These are: disinfecting properties, facilitating immunological processes to fortify the body against infections, and preventive properties against infection. However, there are other essential oils, such as geranium, that has antiseptic properties as well, and citronella, which is praised for its insect repellent properties. Essential oils generally have an enchilada of medical benefits, but one unique characteristic of the niaouli is its role in the general immune system, so this is the oil you want if you have a hyperactive immune system, or are predisposed to allergies.

Precautions

Niaouli essential oil generally has non-toxic, non-sensitizing and non-irritant properties, and it has no known contraindications. However, caution is advised for using niaouli oil with children and in pregnancy.

There should be care in confusing niaouli oil with other tea tree oils; the oil of the niaouli is unique from its counterparts.

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Niaouli essential oil is best if you want to boost your immune system, at the same time take a break from everyday stresses.




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