Niaouli Organic Essential Oil, 10ml

€ 4,00
By Innobiz

Organic Niaouli essential oil offers powerful healing properties for your skin. Help clear acne, blemishes, ulcers, boils, minor burns, abrasions, insect bites, and cuts. Additionally, it can be used as a respiratory tonic, alleviating asthma, bronchitis, sinusitis, coughs, colds, flu, sore throats, and chest infections. Plus, its analgesic properties can help you find relief from pain. All-in-all, a perfect blend for your everyday health.

Essential oil from Niaouli is found in Madagascar, Tasmania, Australia and New Caledonia. 

- Blocked Nose - sinus congestion, colds
- Respiratory tract disorders - Bronchitis, influenza, sore throat, catarrh, cough
- Muscular injury, rheumatism
- Rashes, pimples, acne
- Wounds & cuts
- Insect repellent
- Protect your self from radiation and negative ions from your computer screen
- Concentration
- Jet lag

    Usage tips

    Jet Lag
    Niaouli can effectively treat fatigue and lack of energy experienced during jet lag. Place 2 drops on a tissue and inhale regularly. Or add 10 drops to 300 ml of water in a spray bottle, and spray around the upper body throughout the day. Remember to shake well before spraying.

    Protect your self
    If you are working in front of a computer all day, use 4-10 drops in your diffuser at work, and you have the "workforce" of Niaouli working against radiation and the negative ions depleted by computer screens in the atmosphere.

    You can also use the BULIA USB diffuser - just screw a bottle of Niaouli on, and use the USB on your computer to get the most out of aromatherapy.

    Chest infection
    Mix 4 drops with 1 teaspoon (5ml) of carrier oil, and massage on your chest area. Or, add 3 drops to steam inhalation, and repeat twice per day.
    Niaouli oil helps to expel mucus and phlegm that has accumulated in the respiratory tract.

    Diffuse 5 drops of the oil in a diffuser.
    Or you can add 10 drops of Niaouli in a 300 ml spray bottle which you fill with cold water. Shake well and spray over yourself several times per day.

    Colds & Flu
    Antibacterial Blend
    10 drops Ravensara (If not available - Bergamot)
    8 drops Eucalyptus radiata (ina. - Tea Tree)
    5 drops Niaouli
    10 drops Ginger (ina. - Orange)
    4 drops Thyme (ina. - Rosemary)
    3 drops Lemongrass (ina. - Lemon)

    Make up the blend of essential oils in a dark bottle, and store it in a dark cold place. Now you have a blend ready to go when you need it.

    Use 4-10 drops in your diffuser,
    or make a body oil:
    Mix in a carrier oil (organic vegetable oil)
    2-5 drops of the blend in 1 teaspoon (5ml) or
    4-10 drops in 2 teaspoons (10ml) or
    6-15 drops in 1 tablespoon (15 ml) or
    12-30 drops in 2 tablespoons (30ml)

    The most effective time to apply the body oil is before going to bed. This allows the essential oils to do their work while you sleep. You can also apply the body oil before a bath, then the body absorbs the essential oils by osmosis and inhalation.

    Insect repellent
    Add 5 drops to a tablespoon (15 ml) with a carrier oil and apply on your skin. This is a good choice during the day because niaouli is not photosensitive.

    Mature skin
    Niaouli speeds up the regeneration of skin cells which help fight signs of aging. Mix 4 drops with 1 teaspoon (5ml) of carrier oil (rosehip oil), and massage into the face and neck.

    • Analgesic - Pain killer, reduces pain
    • Antibacterial - kills bacterial growth or prevents bacteria from growing
    • Anticatarrhal - helps to remove excess mucus from the body
    • Antifungal - prevents or kills fungus growth
    • Antiseptic - prevents or combats bacterial infection
    • Antiviral - kills or inhibits the growth of viruses
    • Decongestant - used to relieve stuffy nose
    • Expectorant - promotes the removal of mucus from the lungs, bronchi, and trachea
    • Tonic - refreshes, revitalizes and invigorates body functions
    • Vulnerary - helps wounds to heal
    More information

    Latin name: Melaleuca viridiflora Solander
    Origin: Madagascar
    Part used: Leafy twigs
    Extraction method: Steam distillation
    Chemotype: 1,8-cineole, viridiflorol
    Cultivation: Organic farming
    Color: Pale yellow
    Note: Middle Note
    Scent: The aroma of Niaouli essential oil is smelling fresh and has a intense balsamic camphorous aroma.

    Skin type
    • Aging skin
    • Blemished skin
    • Normal skin
    • Oily skin
    Skin & hair issues
    • Acne
    • Pimples
    • Rashes
    • Insect repellents
    Health issues
    • Fever
    • Herpes
    • Urinary tract infection
    • Wounds & Cuts
    Muscles & joints issues
    • Muscle injuries
    • Rheumatism
    Respiratory issues
    • Bronchitis
    • Colds & Flu
    • Sinusitis
    • Sore throat

    If this oil or blend is safe to Diffuse, it will be checked for Dog, Cat, or both underneath::

    Blends well with

    Basil linalol, black pepper, cajuput, cedarwood, chamomile german, chamomile roman, cypress, eucalyptus lemon, eucalyptus radiata, fragonia, frankincense, geranium, ginger, lavender, lavender (spike), lemon, lemongrass, manuka, marjoram (sweet), myrrh, ravensara, ravintsara, rosemary, sage (Greek), tea tree.


    Made in France
    From 100% organic farming
    ECOCERT- certified


    Organic, made in France, and certified by ECOCERT.

    Precautions for use

    No contraindications known

    Packaging & storage

    Store away from heat and light
    Storage: 24 months after opening
    Packaging: 10ml amber glass bottle with dropper cap


    10 ml


    In my journey to learn about Essential Oils and Aromatherapy over the years, I deep dive into books and courses. I love to educate myself and below you can see some of the books I have used as resources when writing my content. I have tried a lot of different recipes and have been inspired to make some of my own as well. Some of the recipes are from the books. There are so many brilliant authors, and I feel honored to share such great wisdom and knowledge so that we all can live more in harmony with Mother Nature. So share and include this knowledge in your care for yourself and your family and friends. Love Susann

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