Kunzea Essential Oil

There are high levels of alpha pinene and eucalyptol, which makes it similar to some common and favorite essential oil, but which one?

Kunzea essential oil is a single essential oil extracted from the branches, leaves, and twigs of the Kunzea shrub that is native to Tasmania and Southern Australia. In this video, you’ll learn how to use kunzea, the benefits of the chemical constituents, and a few of my favorite ways to use Kunzea.


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Instructor: Dr. Lindsey Elmore PHARMD, BCPS
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What It’s For

Kunzea is one of those great multi-purpose essential oils. From soothing muscles and joints, to supporting a beautiful complexion, to helping reveal emotional roots to trauma, this oil won’t stay on your shelf for long. When emotional trauma starts to weigh you down and manifest as physical symptoms, Kunzea can help get to the root of the problem.

Constituent Highlight

Kunzea contains high levels of α-pinene and eucalyptol that help to soothe muscles and reduce the appearance of blemishes. It also has overlapping chemical constituents with oregano, tea tree, frankincense, hyssop, and lilac.

Who Should Use Kunzea Essential Oil

Anyone who wants to dig a little deeper into physical ailments to discover the emotional root can inhale the fragrance of Kunzea. Additionally, it works wonders when added to your favorite facial cleanser or moisturizer. You can enjoy the aroma and benefits in one of my favorite roller blends too!

Companion Products

Put a few drops of Kunzea in your Lantern Diffuser to create an uplifting atmosphere. For emotional support and release, you may also want to add Inner Child or Release essential oils to your protocol.

Don’t Have Kunzea Essential Oil?

Melissa essential oil has similar properties both for the skin and for the emotions.

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Comments & Reviews

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  1. You mentioned that it is part one of your favorite roller blends, but when I click this caption it just takes me back to the same presented page again. I am interested in using it in your blend.
    Please advise.

    Thanks / Mike