Niaouli Oil








Niaouli oil that comes from Madagascar has established itself for use in aromatherapy. Pierre Franchomme often used the abbreviation MQV (for the botanical name Melaleuca viridiflora) to differentiate it from New Caledonian oil. It became something of a trade name for the Madagascar oil.


Jeunes Filles Malgache
Jeunes Filles Malgache

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United States environmentalists are currently disturbed over the persistence of the tree in southern Florida. It has spread unchecked in this state for several years; once the tree has taken root it can’t be gotten rid of. Clearing the trees by cutting doesn’t help because the trees simply grow back at the tree’s felled stump.


Another problem ...The tree's pollen is a powerful allergen. It’s responsible for a great increase in allergic conditions in Florida.


Important Anti-allergenic

An interesting phenomenon exists with Niaouli oil. Though it causes tremendous allergy problems, it’s anti-allergenic and strengthening. It’s one of the most important anti-allergenics in aromatherapy.





This oil works well on hemorrhoids because it has the ability to tighten tissue.


This oil diminishes inflammation so rubbing it on the gums strengthens the tissue. It protects the mouth and throat because of its antiseptic properties. To cleanse between the teeth apply some to your dental floss or flosser.



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Baobas Madagascar

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Botanical Name - Melaleuca viridiflora

Common Method Of Extraction - Steam distilled

Parts Used - Leaves and twigs

Note Classification – Middle

Aroma - Sweet, fresh, camphoraceous

Largest Producing Countries - Madagascar and Australia

Other Countries – New Caledonia

Traditional Use - Used in pharmaceutical preparations such as gargles, cough drops, toothpastes, and mouth sprays.

Properties - Analgesic, anthelminthic, anticatarrhal, antirheumatic, antiseptic, antispasmodic, bactericidal, balsamic, cicatrizant, diaphoretic, expectorant, stimulant, and vermifuge.

Benefits - Acne, asthma, boils, bronchitis, burns, catarrhal conditions, colds, coughs, cuts, cystitis, fever, flu, hemorrhoids, insect bites, muscular aches and pains, oily skin, poor circulation, rheumatism, sinusitis, sore throat, ulcers, urinary infection, whooping cough, and wounds.

Blends Well With - Bergamot, eucalyptus (all), lavandin, lavender, lemon, and tea tree.

Safety DataNiaouli oil is non-toxic, non-irritant, and non-sensitizing. Caution should be taken if you have hormonal imbalances because this oil has some estrogen-like characteristics.



Cases bidons Madagascar
Cases bidons Madagascar

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