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4 Ways to Use Rosalina Essential Oil


4 Ways to Use Rosalina Essential Oil


Latin name: Melaleuca ericifolia

Aroma Description: Soft, lemony, medicinal and floral scent.

Therapeutic benefits

  • Excellent for supporting the respiratory system and helping clear up congestion.
  • Can help relieve symptoms of seasonal allergies.
  • Helps support the immune system.
  • Has many similar therapeutic benefits as Eucalyptus, but is safe for kids and nursing mothers.


Yes! Rosalina IS KidSafe.

Dilution instructions:

Dilute to 2-4% in your favorite carrier oil for topical application. It works well as a chest rub to help ease respiratory congestion.

Diffusion instructions:

Diffuse 2 drops each Rosalina, Lemon, and Lavender for an immune-boosting blend.

Oils to blend with:

Blue Tansy, Citronella, Cypress, Fir Needle, Geranium Egyptian, Grapefruit Pink, Lavender, Lemon, Palmarosa, and Tea Tree.

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Immune Support

woman sick while working at the office

One of the best ways to use Rosalina is for its immune boosting benefits. This is because of its high Linalool content. So if it’s that time of year where bugs are going around the office and school, add a few drops to your diffuser. If you plan on diffusing all day, we recommend diffusing 30 minutes on and 30 minutes off.

Because it helps stimulate the immune system, this oil is one to avoid for those with autoimmune disorders.

Respiratory Issues

woman breathing outside

Another one of Rosalina’s most popular uses is to help the respiratory system. Whether it’s allergies or seasonal sickness, diffuse this to help with breathing. If you’re feeling especially congested, whip up this DIY Vapor Rub to ease breathing when you need it most.

DIY Vapor Rub

What you’ll need:
What you’ll do:

Over a double boiler melt together the beeswax and coconut oil. Remove from heat and quickly stir in your essential oils. Pour into tins and allow to cool fully. This has a shelf life of 1 year when stored in a cool and dark place.

Allergy Season

woman blowing a dandelion

During pollen season, you’ll want this oil on hand. It helps relieve the symptoms of allergies and helps with breathing. Diffuse on an intermittent setting or use with a personal inhaler to get on-the-go relief.

Safe for the Kiddos

woman comforting her sick child

And if you need another reason to add this oil to your collection, it is gentle and safe. If you love using Eucalyptus on yourself, swap with Rosalina for use on your kiddos and enjoy many of the same therapeutic benefits!

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