Overview

Niauli oil is the oil from the leaves of the Melaleuca viridiflora plant. People use the oil to make medicine. Do not confuse niauli oil with tea tree oil and cajeput oil, which are made from different species of Melaleuca plants.

People take niauli oil by mouth or apply it directly for swelling (inflammation) of the airways, cough, and bronchitis.

How does it work ?

Niauli oil contains chemicals that might help stimulate blood circulation and kill bacteria and germs.

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