Kunzea (kunzea ambigua)


This shrub grows naturally in the coastal regions of New South Wales. The “go to” oil for many Australian massage therapists, it has analgesic, muscle relaxing and anti-inflammatory properties.   It is also psychologically calming and grounding.  Also known as “tick bush”, it may be useful to relieve insect bites.  Blends well with fragonia, white cypress, eucalyptus, tea tree and many other oils.


  • Has proven analgesic, anti-inflammatory and muscle relaxing properties.
    May provide relief to tired and aching muscles and joints.
    Calming, relaxing, mildly sedating
    May help those suffering with anxiety, stress or depression
    It is often used for skin conditions such as dry skin, eczema and insect bites.