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Fragonia oil has a wide range of uses and benefits
Fragonia essential oil is a fresh, camphoraceous oil, featuring hints of herbaceous hay, slight floral notes, and a slight fruitiness. It has a range of benefits and uses, including as an antifungal and antibacterial agent. It is used to stimulate the immune system and has shown results when used as an antidepressant. Its versatility means that it pairs well with a variety of other oils and scents, such as bergamot, rose, lavender, grapefruit, sage, chamomile, frankincense, Douglas fir, and lemon myrtle. This makes it ideal for aromatherapy and good for adding scent to soap and cosmetics.
Botanical name: Agonis Fragrans
Ingredients: 100% v/v pure Fragonia essential oil.
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Directions and Uses
2 to 4 drops in an oil burner, a couple of drops in a vaporiser, 1 to 2 drops into a bath.
Eucalyptus oils, Kunzea, Lemon Tea Tree, Sandalwood, Tea Tree.
10 to 25 drops per 100ml of carrier oil.
Constitution Ranges of Fragonia Essential Oil
1,8 cineole 27-33%
Optical rotation@ 20C: +12.5
Relative Density@ 20C: 0.900
Refractive index @ 20C: 1.469
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Fragonia essential oil is non toxic, non irritant and non sensitising. Keep out of reach of children, store away from direct sunlight, store below 30 degrees.
History of Fragonia Essential Oil
Traditional knowledge on Fragonia has never been recorded and remains unexplored, attempts have been made to contact the local people who live in the same region as Fragonia but no information has been exchanged to date.
Early European Usage
There is no recorded use of the Fragonia plant by early settlers.
Present Day Usage
A husband and wife team, heard about the local plant and explored the plants potential, they began selecting superior genetic varieties, they then established small plantations of Fragonia on their property in south west Western Australia in 2001.
The couple continue to harvest the Fragonia plant for its essential oil. It is from this farm, Essentially Australia secures its Fragonia essential oil.
Fragonia essential oil is a new oil to the aromatherapy industry and has the potential to be a unique, new aroma with many unique properties. Dr Daniel Peneol was introduced to the oil in 2005 by Mark Webb.
Dr Peneol conducted several emotional and psychological trials with the oil and developed the theory of the oils balancing properties. He is a leading international advocate of Fragonia essential oil.
The flower is also cut and used in the florist industry.
Natural Occurrence in Australia
Fragonia (Agonis fragrans) has limited distribution in south west Western Australia.
University of Western Australia – Demonstrated Fragonia essential oil to have significant anti-microbial activity, similar to Tea Tree. The University also demonstrated Fragonia essential oil has anti-inflammatory properties.
Dr Daniel Penoel – In 2005 he found Fragonia essential oil was anti-inflammatory, fights common respiratory infections, strengthens the immune system, has excellent analgesic properties.
Extraction and Farming Method of Fragonia Essential Oil
Fragonia essential oil is extracted via steam distillation of the stems and branches. Fragonia is grown in plantations around south west Western Australia.
The harvesting is done mechanically, the branchlets and leaves are cut, the leaves are collected and then placed into a stainless steel boiler. The trees are harvested and are then steam distilled for around 1 to 1.5 hours.