Blue-cypress-branches

Callitris intratropica (Northern Blue Cypress)

The essential oil of Callitris intratropica is produced by distillation of the timber of Callitris intratropica

The essential oil of Kunzea ambigua is an essential oil produced by distillation of the aerial parts of Kunzea ambigua and is commonly known as Kunzea oil or Tick Bush oil.

The essential oil of Backhousia citriodora is produced by distillation of the aerial parts of Backhousia citriodora. It is commonly known as Lemon myrtle oil. Backhousia citriodora occurs as two chemotypes citral & citronellal.

The essential oil of Melaleuca ericifolia is produced by distillation of the aerial parts of Melaleuca ericifolia. The oil produced varies dependent upon the geographic origin of the cultivar in use.

The Essential Oil of Melaleuca quinquenervia (Nerolidol Type) is an essential oil produced by distillation of the aerial parts of Melaleuca quinquenervia which belong to the nerolidol chemotype found from the mid-east coast of Australia to the mid-south-east coast.

The essential oil of Leptospermum scoparium β-triketone Type is produced by distillation of the aerial parts of the β-triketone chemotype of Leptospermum scoparium.

Leptospermum petersonii Citral Type is an essential oil produced by distillation of the aerial parts of Leptospermum petersonii belonging to the Citral chemotype of this species and is commonly known as Lemon Scented Tea Tree Oil

Extracts of Acacia dealbata Concrete are produced by extraction (enfleurage) of the blossoms and attached aerial parts of Acacia dealbata. The concrete is commonly known as Mimosa

The essential oil of Eremophila mitchellii is produced by distillation of the heartwood of the Eremophila mitchellii. The plant species is known by several common names including Desert Rosewood, False Sandalwood, Sandalbox, and Badha/Buddha.

The essential oil of Eucalyptus staigeriana is an essential oil produced by distillation of the aerial parts of the tree species Eucalyptus staigeriana. It is commonly known as Lemon Ironbark oil.

These standards have been developed with funding from AgriFutures Australia under project PRJ-011798 Developing Industry Standards for Australian Native Oils

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