I have the Rosalina essential oil, which I purchased a few months ago only because I was unfamiliar with it and was curious to learn more about it. I have a bit of bronchitis. I have run out of ravintsara, so I'm going through the essential oils I have to see which one might be useful in my diffuser to help me breathe. I have gone through a few oils that are supposed to be helpful for respiratory issues, which really didn't help, and I just put 5 drops of rosalina in my diffuser and my lungs have opened up and cleared big time and only in a few minutes. I think I will definitely continue to buy this oil and make sure I always have it in my collection. Thank you for this excellent and smooth rosalina essential oil.
I fell in love with Rosalina the second I smelled it for the first time. It has so much to offer because of being so skin friendly (a lot of linalol) and having gentle respiratory benefits (minimal oxide content compared to Eucalyptus globulus). The smell is a sweet combination of Lavender and Eucalyptus with a woodsy and buttery note that is difficult to explain. It simply smells beautiful.
For small children, Rosalina is an excellent substitute for Eucalyptus for respiratory issues.
Latin Name: Melaleuca ericifolia
Plant Origin: Australia
Botanical family: Myrtaceae
Plant Part: Leaves
Processed: Steam distilled, unsprayed
Chemical family: Monoterpenols, Oxides
Aroma: sweet, camphoraceous, warm
Respiratory Chest Butter
Carefully melt 2 ounces of Virgin Organic Shea Butter in a double boiler (don't overheat!), then add the following essential oils (appx. 5% dilution for acute use):
- 20 drops Rosalina
- 20 drops Ravintsara
- 10 drops Cedarwood
If you are in a hurry, you can simply add these essential oils to 2 ounces of liquid carrier (jojoba or fractionated coconut oil). The benefit of the shea butter is that is stays on longer.
For educational purposes only. This information has not been evaluated by the Food and Drug Administration. This information is not intended to diagnose, treat, cure, or prevent any disease. We are not doctors or medical professionals. We are passionate about aromatherapy and all things healthy and natural. We also believe strongly in the safe use of essential oils.
- Latin Name:
- Melaleuca ericifolia
- At a Glance:
- I fell in love with Rosalina the second I smelled it for the first time. It has so much to offer because of being so skin friendly (a lot of linalol) and having gentle respiratory benefits (minimal oxide content compared to Eucalyptus Globulus).
- Unsprayed, Australia
- calming, skin healing, mildly antispasmodic, mucolytic, sedative, antianxiety
- linalol (43.62%), 1,8 cineole (17.34%), a-pinene (7.77%)
- Distillation Date:
- September 2017
- Shelf Life:
- 4 Years (approx.)
This is my new favorite oil. The aroma is beautiful and makes me smile every time I use it. It has a very friendly, sweet energy. It's sedating like lavender but to me has more heart. I'm so happy to have it in my toolbox.
This is a whole new oil for me. I am glad I tried it! I love the aroma. Thank you!
I just got this oil for the first time and absolutely love it! I let my husband smell it , and he said "wow what is that?" "Give me some of that for my diffuser at work for my office" I add it to our diffuser at home and just love it, it smells so good and bright.
I love this oil, smells good, great for skin and when included in a bath bomb you are so relaxed when y ou get out!