Kawakawa Infused Oil

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Common Name Kawakawa, NZ Pepper Tree
Botanical Name Macropiper excelsum
Plant parts used Leaf
Base Prunus Amygdalis Dulcsis (Sweet Almond) oil
 

Kawakawa leaves were traditionally used topically for numerous conditions including, bruises, rheumatism, dry - irritated skin and minor cuts and infections. Kawakawa leaves contain volatile oil and two key components of this, Myristicin and Elemicin have been shown to exhibit anti-inflammatory properties.
By infusing the leaves in almond oil, these oil soluble constituents are able to be extracted and therefore easily incorporated into your formulations.

This product is intended for external use only.
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Reviewed by Juanita F.
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Kawakawa Infused Oil

Love this oil! Made lots of Kawakawa Balm

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Reviewed by raewyno
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Kawakawa oil

So amazing, take the work out of creating it yourself to use in the creation of new products. Love !!

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Reviewed by Andrea P.
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Nice oil

Great to use in soap and balms

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Reviewed by Heather
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EASY AS

Sent this over to the UK to friend who used to make her own in NZ. she was so delighted with it. She can now easily make her kawakawa Balm in England

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Reviewed by Sophie
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Love kawakawa oil

Love that you have kawakawa infused oil, perfect for my balms!

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