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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, one which is most common and is rich in citral, the other which is rare and is rich in citronellal.

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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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