|:||Eucalyptus Citriodora Oil|
Country of Origin
Color & Odor
|:||colorless to pale yellow liquid with fresh,strong smell of rose-citronella odor|
|:||1ml soluble in 2ml of 80% ethanol|
|:||0.85800 - 0.87700 @ 25°C|
|:||-4°. ~ +firstname.lastname@example.org°.c|
|:||1.45100 - 1.46400 @ 20°C|
Plant Part Used
DESCRIPTION:Popularly referred as lemon-scented Eucalyptus, Citriodora Oil is extracted from the leaves of evergreen tree that was originally found in Australia. At present, this tree is grown in places like South Africa, India, Spain and Egypt. Obtained via steam distillation process, this essential oil is cost effective. The anti bacterial and antiseptic attributes of this oil are used to treat cough and cold. This oil tends to generate ozone when comes in contact with air.
CONSTITUENTS:Citriodora oil contains elements like β-caryophyllene (1.2%), citronellyl acetate (2.6%), α-citronellol (7.3%), citronellal dimmers (2.5%), isopulegol isomers (6.5%), p-cymene (2.5%), citronellal (63.6%) and α-pinene (2.1%).
AROMATIC SUMMARY / NOTE / STRENGTH OF AROMA:Citriodora oil has woody as well as fruity smell. The pleasant fragrance of this oil is the combined smell of spice and flower extracts.
BLENDS WITH:Citriodora oil easily mixes with lemon, balsam and herb extracted oils.
COMMON NAMES:Citriodora Essential Oil is popularly known as lemon scented myrtle, lemon myrtle and lemon scented ironwood oil.
USES:The offered essential oil is used to produce perfumes, floor cleaners and effective insect repellants. It is utilized to treat fungal ailments like candida and viral ailment like herpes. Citriodora Oil is an excellent remedy for hair loss, dandruff and fever as well.