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Manuka Oil Benefits and Uses in Skin Care Products
Manuka oil is manufactured from the leaves and stems of the manuka tree. The oil is a natural alternative and topical treatment for skin ailments.
Manuka oil is manufactured from the leaves and stems of the manuka tree. The oil is a natural alternative and topical treatment for skin ailments. It is also widely used aromatherapy oil and has a mild relaxing effect.
The manuka bush is an evergreen plant native to New Zealand. The manuka tree can flourish in these conditions due to the remote and unpolluted landscapes. In fact, long ago during the discovery of New Zealand the plant was used in brewing tea and bear of its leaves.
The plant also offered remedies for cold, soar throat, dysentery and stomach ailments such as diarrhea. Manuka bush was also used as a diuretic remedy. The leaves of the tree are boiled in water which is then rubbed into the stiff joints and muscles.
Birds and animals also use the manuka bush for health benefits. They eat the bark and leaves. Native birds also chew the leaves and apply it to their feathers to get rid of parasites.
Manuka oil has a relaxing effect on the muscles and nerves. The aromatherapy oil has proven antimicrobial and antifungal properties. The oil has is a therapeutic treatment for various skin ailments like acne, blemishes, inflammation, rashes and more. In fact, it works well on eczema, ring worm and psoriasis.
Using manuka oil as message oil is also popular at salons and therapeutic clinics. The oil is now used as a natural skin care formulation in various products. Consumers can now buy manuka honey from various stores in the market and even online. Ensure the manuka honey that you purchase has an NPA (Non Peroxide Activity) of 10+ of more.