Balm Mint Bush Oil

Aromatic Essential Balm Mint Bush Oil (Prostanthera melissifolia) is 100% natural, comes from wild harvesting in remote mountains in the state of Victoria, Australia, direct and local distillation of the fresh leaves and twigs with gentle steam, 5ml
Scientific Name Prostanthera melissifolia
Purity 100% natural essential oil
International Nomenclature of Cosmetic Ingredients (INCI) Prostanthera Melissifolia Leaf Oil*
Organic Certification not certified, wildcrafted
Harvest Gentle steam distillation from the fresh leaves and twigs
Processing Gentle steam distillation from the fresh leaves and twigs
Terroir Victoria (state), Australia
Origin Sourced directly from a farm specialised in wildcrafting native plants, with an on-site distillery
Aroma very fresh and aromatic, minty, eucalyptus-like, subtle lime aroma
Effects Invigorating, constructive, cleansing, refreshing
Allergens Linalool, limonene

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€4,980.00 / 1l
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Balm Mint Bush (Prostanthera melissifolia) grows wild among tall eucalyptus trees in the vast, unspoiled mountainous landscape of the state of Victoria. The moderate, high-precipitation climate that prevails in south-east Australia offers the plants sufficient moisture and thus ideal conditions to develop their complex ingredients and fragrances, such as alpha-pinene, piperitone, 1.8-cineol and linalool. The fresh leaves and twigs are collected from the wild during the winter months and steamed into this fresh, aromatic essential oil in the local distillery.


The manufacturer of this special essential oil has been producing products from plants native to Australia for over 30 years. Since 2012 he has been producing and selling exclusively native essential oils and hydrosols from his own production and from cooperation partners throughout Australia. Since the early 1990s he has been involved in landscape conservation in Australia and a sustainable and careful use of the native flora. The native plants for the production of its essential oils and plant waters come either from wild collection or from sustainable cultivation.

Balm Mint Bush

Balm Mint Bush (Prostanthera melissifolia) is one of about 100 species of the genus Prostanthera from the mint family (Lamiaceae), which are exclusively native to Australia.
The shrub-like, evergreen, very aromatic plant is native to the wooded mountain regions of the states of New South Wales and Victoria. Balm Mint Bush reaches a height of 1 to 2 meters and likes to grow on roadsides, clearings and rocky outcrops between tall eucalypts in the temperate climate zone with high rainfall in south-eastern Australia. Leaves are dark green, oval, and have many oil glands that spread their minty aroma when touched. A multitude of purple-colored, bell-shaped flowers appear between October and December.


The strong mint aroma has a clarifying and refreshing effect on body and mind. It awakens a feeling of lightness paired with inner strength, gives joy and optimism.



100% natural essential oil of Prostanthera melissifolia

Directions for use

- Intended for use as room fragrance
- Do not use undiluted
- Keep out of reach of children
- Those currently under medical treatment as well as those who have allergies or are epileptic, pregnant or breastfeeding should consult a doctor before use
- Avoid contact with eyes, skin and mucosa


5ml of essential oil in a 10ml bottle


Amber glass bottle to protect against light and oxidation (free from plasticisers and BPA)

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