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Rosalina Essential Oil Tasmania ?Melaleuca ericifolia also called Lavender Tea Tree.

Rosalina is a very adaptable tree, lending itself to populations across southern Australia. Environmental conditions like soil types and climate will affect the components of its oil with distillations on the mainland.

Rosalina is a little known evergreen paperbark shrub, whose long slender leaves and small stems are steam distilled. Rosalina oil is a beautifully scented oil with the mild cineole aroma of the well known tea trees, matched with a gentle lavender back note ? which gives its common name as the Lavender Tea Tree.

Aromatherapy Use

*Note* Pine oil can cause allergic reactions, it is very useful to relieve nervous exhaustion, mental and physical fatigue. Helps to improve circulation and to relieve rheumatism, gout, sciatica and arthritis, it should be done so with care due to the sensitizing nature of this oil. Its benefits include its ability to reduce inflammation and associated redness, aid skin conditions like eczema and psoriasis, as well as cuts and sores, scabies and lice and for excessive perspiration. Boost the immune system, ease symptoms of bronchitis, asthma, catarrh, coughs, laryngitis, colds and flu. It eases breathlessness and sinusitis, stimulate the mind and body, and protecting your home and body from a wide variety of germs.

Spiritual/Magical Use

Pine is a tree of peace. Burn it to bring joy, purification, and healing. Decorate with its branches for the same effect.

Funeral Rites: Pine is evergreen and is an herb of immortality. Its wood is used to make coffins, and its boughs are placed on graves to remind the living that life is eternal and death but a transition to a different reality. Burn the needles to bring harmony and healing to the bereaved.

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