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If you haven’t tried Kunzea yet, you’re missing something special. Kunzea Ambigua, a plant native to Tasmania, seems to have blended components from a number of our favorite essential oils. Kunzea Oil is high in alpha pinene, which is prevalent in pine species. It is also high in alpha terpineol, which has a fragrance similar to lilac and is highly sought after for perfume. Kunzea oil is also high in 1,8 cineole, also called eucalyptol, the primary component of eucalyptus. Another interesting component is viridiflorol, which is found in peppermint and sacred frankinsence. Finally, Kunzea oil contains bicyclogermacrene, which is present in oregano and hyssop.
So imagine a pure essential oil that contains the key components of pine, eucalyptus, peppermint, frankincense, oregano, and hyssop, all with a hint of lilac, and you’ve got Kunzea. This is truly one of nature’s miracles …a single oil that naturally blends components of some of our most favorite oils. You’ve gotta try it! ~ Michael Buch

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