|Common name ||Eremophila, False Sandalwood |
|Botanical name ||Eremophila mitchellii |
|Description ||Reddish brown to dark brown colour, a slightly viscous liquid with a tenacious, sweet, woody-oak aroma. |
|Main GC components ||Eremophilone, hydroxy eremophilone, hydroxy dihydroeremophilone, hydroxydehydroeremophilone, eremophilene |
|Plant parts used ||Wood |
|Extraction method ||Steam distillation |
|Region of origin ||Australia |
Also known as Buddha Wood and false Sandalwood, Eremophila mitchellii oil is a relatively new essential oil. It's primary use is in perfumery where it offers a sweet, smokey and woody base note with hints of whiskey. It has been used for sore muscles and joints in a massage oil.
BLENDS WELL WITHCypress
, Lemon Myrtle
Massage oilPerfumePRODUCT SPECIFICATION SHEET
- Consultation with a suitably qualified practitioner is recommended prior to use
- For external use only.
- Do not apply to skin undiluted
- Not recommended for use during pregnancy
- Perform a patch test prior to use