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Guide To Fragonia Essential Oil and Its Benefits and Uses

Fragonia essential oil (Agonis fragrans or Taxandria fragrans) is a trademarked oil produced by only one essential oil distiller. The Paperbark Co. in Australia first planted Agonis fragrans in 2001 and introduced the essential oil to the aromatherapy world in 2006.

Aromatherapy supplies with the words Guide to Fragonia Essential Oil Benefits and Uses and photo of an Adonis fragons shrub.

Plant family: Myrtaceae

Production: Steam distilled from the leaves and twigs of a Western Australian flowering shrub that grows up to seven or eight feet tall.

Aroma: Delicate camphoraceous aroma with a hint of citrus.

Perfume/Aromatic note: Top

Is fragonia safe to use during pregnancy? Yes, according to Salvatore Battaglia. Consult a professional for your situation.

Is fragonia safe for children? Yes, according to Salvatore Battaglia.

Cautions: An oxidized oil may cause skin sensitization. Avoid old or oxidized oils.

Main components:

  • 1,8-cineole   31.0–33.0%
  • alpha-pinene 21.0–27.0%
  • linalool       11.7–12.4%

Source: Essential Oil Safety, 2nd Edition

Fragonia Essential Oil Benefits and Uses

Salvatore Battaglia: Fragonia may help relieve congestion, respiratory conditions, arthritis, muscle and joint pain, acne, fungus, and cold sores. Psychologically, the essential oil calms and creates feelings of tranquility and serenity, promoting better sleep. Energetically, this oil is cooling and primarily indicated for hot and inflammatory conditions. The oil also nurtures the spirit, helps resolve past traumas and unresolved family issues, and gently helps remove scars from past emotional pain.

Suggested essential oils to blend with fragonia:

  • To lessen anxiety, nervous tension, and stress: sandalwood, neroli, lavender, geranium, clary sage, or bergamot.
  • To relieve symptoms associated with colds and flu: thyme CT linalool, tea tree, peppermint, manuka, 1,8-cineole-rich eucalyptus, spike lavender, or cajeput.
  • To relieve muscle aches and pains: rosemary, pine, manuka, lavender, kunzea, ginger, peppermint eucalyptus, cajeput, black pepper.

The Complete Book of Essential Oils and Aromatherapy: The properties of fragonia are similar to tea tree oil but fragonia has a more pleasant scent. Use this essential oil to help relieve acne, bacterial and fungal problems, sinus congestion and mucus, colds, respiratory conditions, inflammatory muscular conditions, and pain.

Jock Itch Relief Blend: Dilute 2 drops fragonia essential oil in a bowl of water. Dip a washcloth in the water. Wash the affected area. Dry well. Also, dilute 2 drops fragonia in one teaspoon carrier oil. Apply a small amount of the blend to the itchy area morning and night.

The Complete Aromatherapy and Essential Oils Handbook for Everyday Wellness: The scent of fragonia may help open blocked emotions and release deeply rooted grief and psychological trauma. For a soothing bedtime blend, combine this essential oil with geranium, mandarin, sandalwood, or vetiver essential oil. Also, you can add fragonia to massage blends to relive muscle stiffness, soreness, and cramping.

Aromatica: A Clinical Guide to Essential Oil Therapeutics, Volume 2: Fragonia acts as a stimulant with a secondary restorative effect. The oil may help relieve conditions involving low energy, mental and physical fatigue, and depression. This oil also helps relieve respiratory conditions with mucus congestion. Psychologically, fragonia helps resolve distressed feelings and promote emotional balance.

Plant Therapy: Fragonia helps support respiratory health, soothe chapped, relieve red areas on skin, reduce pain from overexertion or normal wear and tear on aging joints, and promote deep relaxation before sleep.

Relaxing Diffuser or Personal Inhaler Blend

  • 5 drops fragonia essential oil
  • 3 drops sandalwood essential oil
  • 3 drops cedarwood essential oil
  • 1 drop vetiver essential oil

Aromatics International: For sniffles, use a fragonia inhaler. Diffuse the oil at night to promote sleep — especially if sniffles disturb your rest.

Cheryl Murphy, Certified Aromatherapist: Fragonia essential oil uses in aromatherapy include general skin care, cuts, stings, muscle aches, arthritis, bronchitis, coughs/colds, anxiety, depression, emotional blockages, grief, insomnia, mood swings, stress. ("The Myrtaceae Plant Family." Autumn 2017.3 NAHA Aromatherapy Journal, p. 47.)

Stillpoint Aromatics: Fragonia essential oil releases both physical and emotional blockages and promotes harmony, peace, and balance. This regulating/balancing oil can help with stuck, congestive conditions and balance the body’s natural healing abilities.

When working with the chakras, use fragonia with the second (sacral) chakra to support relationships and creation energy, the fourth (heart) chakra to inspire unconditional love, and the sixth (third eye) chakra to support perspective.

Breath Easy Inhaler Blend

  • 8 drops fragonia essential oil
  • 8 drops green myrtle essential oil
  • 8 drops palo santo essential oil

Drop essential oils onto the wick of an aromatherapy inhaler.

For a diffuser blend, use 2 or 3 drops of each essential oil.

Eden's Garden: Fragonia helps relieve respiratory conditions, promotes focus, improves sleep, soothes pain and inflammation, and reduces stress. 

Memory & Focus Inhaler

  • 3 drops fragonia essential oil
  • 3 drops peppermint essential oil
  • 3 drops rosemary essential oil

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