A relative of the celebrated tea tree, cajeput is native to parts of Australia and Southeast Asia and has white paper-like bark. While its trunk is its most notable feature, cajeput primarily conveys its beneficial properties through its leaves, which are the source of its oil. The clean, subtly fruity fragrance of cajeput is frequently compared to tea tree and eucalyptus, another botanical cousin.
Plant Part Used
Leaves and buds
Medium. Warm, penetrating and camphor-like.
Revitalizing, inspiring and soothing.
Blends Well With
Cedarwood, Cypress, Eucalyptus, Lemon, Lime, Rosemary, Sandalwood, Tea Tree
[The above description solely represents the opinion of the original manufacturer and in no way reflects the judgement of Mountain Air Herbs, LLC.]