All About Fragonia
Fragonia smells like a cross between eucalyptus and tea tree, with a touch of floral. It's essential oil, is gaining in popularity. It is high in 1,8-cineole, like eucalyptus, and is a favorite for freshining the air.
Limited research is available on fragonia. Multiple studies have been conducted related to its key constituents of 1,8-cineole, alpha pinene, linalool, alpha terpineol, para cymene, and myrtenol. Its components have shown antimicrobial, and insect repelling activities. A few human studies have demonstrated the benefits of key constituents to aid in respiratory complaints. More research is needed. Click the button below for a detailed review of research.
Fragonia Herb and Essential Oil
Latin Name: Agonis fragrans
Fragonia is a tall shrub with small white flowers. It's leaves have a eucalyptus-like aroma.
Essential Oil Description
Oil is steam distilled from the twigs. The aroma is medicinal, like tea tree, and slightly floral.