Buddha Wood

This special Buddha wood oil (Eremophila mitchellii) is 100% natural. The essential oil is wild-collected in the desert regions of western New South Wales, Australia. Locally steam distilled the wood in a small family business, 5ml.
Scientific Name Eremophila mitchellii
Purity 100% natural essential oil
International Nomenclature of Cosmetic Ingredients (INCI) Eremophila mitchellii wood oil*
Organic Certification Wild collection, pesticide free
Harvest Wild collection of the wood throughout the year since 2010
Processing Steam distillation, from trunk and branches
Terroir New South Wales, Australia
Origin Directly from the family business specializing in local essential wood oils from wild collection with its own distillery
Aroma Smoky, earthy, dry, woody, subtle rosewood note
Effects Grounding, balancing, relaxing, centering.
Allergens Non declarable allergens

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€2,580.00 / 1l
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Finest Origin - Highest Grade

Our Buddha wood oil comes from wild collection in remote desert region of western New South Wales, Australia. In this vast, arid, almost untouched landscape, the plant, also known as "Australian Desert Rosewood", finds ideal climatic growing conditions to develop its own constituents and natural aromas, such as Eremophilones and 2-Hydroxyeremophilones. The wood is sustainably collected throughout the year and produced into a dark copper-red colored essential oil through gentle steam distillation. The producer is a small family-run business in Australia that specializes in indigenous wild-collected essential oils.


The manufacturer of this special essential oil is a small family-run business in south-east Australia, which has been producing essential oils exclusively from wild, native plants for over 25 years. It uses ethical practices throughout the production process and supports sustainable harvesting, in keeping with the delicate ecology of Australia's arid regions. The virgin essential oils are naturally distilled with gentle steam to preserve the oils' structure and integrity.

Buddha wood

Buddha wood (Eremophila mitchellii) is a shrub or small tree that grows to a height of 2 to 6 meters and belongs to the figwort family (Scrophulariaceae). The plant is native to semi-arid and desert regions of the Australian states of Queensland and New South Wales, where they are common and sometimes invasive. Due to the high resin content, the branches and long narrow leaves are often sticky. When it blooms in spring, the aromatic plant has funnel-shaped flowers that are white, sometimes creamy, sometimes pink.


The balsamic, woody scent grounds and centers, it supports "calming down" before meditation or yoga practice. Its earthy aroma is reminiscent of the Australian outback.

Product Details


100% natural essential oil of Eremophila mitchellii

Directions for use

- Cosmetic
- Do not use essential oil undiluted
- Keep out of reach of children
- If you are pregnant or breastfeeding, allergic, epileptic or undergoing medical treatment, please consult your doctor before use.
- Avoid contact with eyes, skin and mucous membranes.


The essential oil of 5ml is filled in a 10ml bottle.


Amber glass bottle protected from light and oxidation (no plasticizers, BPA)

Cosmetic certification

COSMOS NATURAL certified according to the COSMOS standard by Ecocert Greenlife, standard available at https://COSMOS.ecocert.com

* Ingredients from wild collection

* 100% natural origin in the total product

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