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 Dale J.
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I recommend this product
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Brilliant

Great quality thank you

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Reviewed by Virginia M.
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I recommend this product
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Great

My sister recently had a massage with this oil and was very impressed with it and so I ordered some for her. She is loving it on her skin and also puts it in her hair.

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Reviewed by Marama D.
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I recommend this product
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Excellent

Will be back for more..Absolutely what i needed

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Reviewed by Sharyn A.
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Clients love it!

Just get people to try it and it will sell itself!!! Clients love my kawakawa balm!!!

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Reviewed by Lohnie P.
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I recommend this product
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Handy

I love this handy to have kawakawa on hand for the times I can't get any

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