Ledene- Terpene Profile
A naturally-occurring sesquiterpene of the Australian Tea Tree’s essential oil, ledene is also found in small quantities in the essential oils of certain myrtle plants, sticky cassinia, and mint bush. Though ledene is not safe for consumption, the sesquiterpene’s light, minty aroma has made it a standard component of cosmetics and soaps. In aromatherapy, ledene is lauded for its ability to boost the body’s immune response and mitigate respiratory disorders. However, ledene is equally prized for its ability to relieve skin conditions like contusions and burns.