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Eucalyptus (Eucalyptus globulusis) a tree that is native to Australia. Eucalpytus oil is extracted from the leaves of the tree. There are around 600 varieties of Eucalyptus that are used for the production of essential oils. They share common healing benefits and a characteristic fresh, camphoraceous scent, though some varieties have slight nuances in aroma. Eucalyptus Oil is a popular ingredient in balms, inhalers, massage blends, and dental hygiene products for its soothing, stimulating and anti-bacterial properties. The main constituents of Eucalyptus Oil are: α-Terpineol, 1,8-cineole (Eucalyptol), α-pinene, β-pinene, Sabinene, Camphene, Limonene, p-Cymene, Camphor, Globulol, Citronellal, α-phellandrene, Aromadendrene, and Piperitone.
Used in aromatherapy, the fragrance of Eucalyptus Essential Oil is inhaled and scent receptors in the brain’s emotional powerhouse process the smell as refreshing. A few drops of this invigorating oil placed in the hand while showering can be inhaled to promote a sense of vitality. Eucalyptus Oil’s expectorant properties also make it effective in facilitating the relief of congestion and respiratory tract infections. It has traditionally been used to relieve the discomforts associated with fatigue, headaches, colds, sinusitis, mucous congestion, muscle aches and pains, and asthma.
Diluted with carrier oil and used topically in a moisturizer or blended massage oil, Eucalyptus Essential Oil’s stimulating properties may help to revitalize the skin and tired muscles. Known to have anti-microbial and anti-inflammatory properties, this soothing oil provides relief to minor burns, sores, bites, and cuts by decreasing pain, inhibiting bleeding, eliminating bacteria from the wound, and promoting the closing of scars. Diluted in a warm bath, Eucalyptus Essential Oil may relieve respiratory discomfort and dermal inflammation.
As a disinfecting air spray, Eucalyptus Essential Oil acts as a natural, anti-microbial, non-toxic air freshener that removes bacteria, viruses, and mould from the environment. Diluted with water, this spray can freshen the room and eliminate the body odours trapped in shoes and sports gear. A surface cleaning agent can be made by combining Eucalyptus Oil with Lemon and Peppermint Essential Oils and then diluting the blend with water before using it on kitchen and bathroom surfaces.
Bath: Enjoy a refreshing bath by adding a few drops to cold or lukewarm water for a gentle,
natural body cleansing
Massage: Add a few drops to suitable carrier oil like Olive, Almond or Coconut and massage
gently to relieve headache and body pain.
Air freshener: Diffuse a few drops of Essential oil to uplift your spirit and get a happiness boost. Dilute with water and spray to freshen up a room.
Inhalation: Adding a few drops in steam inhalation helps in decongesting the nasal passage and airways. Applying the oil on a handkerchief or towel and sniffing it repeatedly also helps.
Home care: Mopping floor with Eucalyptus Oil diluted with water repels flies, insects, ticks, mites and gives a pleasant aroma. Also helps keep viruses at bay.
For External use only
Never use Eucalyptus Essential Oil undiluted over skin. Discontinue use if you suffer an allergic reaction. In case of contact with eyes, rinse immediately with water. If you are pregnant, nursing or under a doctor’s care, consult your Physician.
Storage: Store in a cool, dry place away from direct sunlight and heat. Close the bottle tightly after use. Keep away from children.