Aroma: Camphor-fresh and spicy-warm
Latin Name: Melaleuca leucadendra var. cajuputi
Country of Origin: Indonesia / Australia / Malasia
Cultivation Method: Harvested from wild growing plants
Extraction Method: Steam distilled
Extracted From: Leaves and twigs
Color: Clear to pale yellow
Perfumery Note: Middle
Aromatherapy Properties: Helps improve focus, alertness, and opens breathing.
Suggested Use: Mix with refreshing aromas like peppermint or juniper berry to help open breathing. Add in house cleaning recipes freshen the air and fight germs. Topically, it has been applied diluted to the abdominal area to help with indigestion.
History: Cajeput’s name comes from the Indonesian words "kayu putih" which means "white wood." Its leaves and twigs have long been used as a folk remedy by locals for respiratory complaints, aching muscles, and various skin conditions.
Specific Safety Information: Not for internal use. Dilute properly with topical use. Avoid around young children and those with asthma. Avoid with pregnant or breast-feeding women, people with certain medical conditions, and pets. Ask your doctor if you have any questions before use.
This information has not been evaluated by the Food and Drug Administration and is not intended to diagnose, treat, prevent, or cure a disease.