Fragonia (agonis fragrans)
A shrub from the south western region of Western Australia with delicate white flowers. It has become very popular with massage therapists due to its calming, uplifting nature as well as its many therapeutic properties including anti-inflammatory and analgesic. It has potential to soothe tired and aching limbs and muscles while calming and relaxing the mind at the same time. Blend with kunzea, white cypress, lemon myrtle or eucalyptus
Fragonia has analgesic properties which may relieve muscle and joint pain.
It may also have an anti-inflammatory effect.
The oil has been shown to have strong antimicrobial properties.
It has also been used to treat coughs, colds and respiratory ailments.
Fragonia is uplifting and emotionally balancing and may assist those suffering with anxiety or depression.