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Eucalyptus Essential Oil

Eucalyptus Essential Oil (Eucalyptus globulus) has a sharp, clean, strong, fresh, and slightly woody aroma.
Eucalyptus Essential Oil is a part of many products such as balms, massage oils, toothpastes, mouthwashes, perfumes, room fragrances and as an insect repellent.
Using this oil helps with coughs, colds, congestion, bronchitis and respiratory infections, muscle and joint pain. It has antimicrobial, anti-fungal and analgesic properties. The oil improves the immune system and the oral hygiene. Eucalyptus essential oil helps focus and increases concentration.


Eucalyptus Essential Oil Uses

  • Use in diffuser for cleaning and energizing the air and against insects.  It will relieve mental exhaustion by boosting circulation to the brain, thereby stimulating the mind and rejuve the spirit. Diffused at night it will clean the sinus promoting easier breathing and helping the good night sleep.

  • Inhaling the Eucalyptus Oil can help with cough by loosing the mucus, asthma and sinusitis. Rubbing the chest and shoulders with diluted oil will have similar effect.

  • Add the oil to homemade sprays for deodorizing the rooms. It will refresh the air, removing the bad odors, bacteria, viruses and mold.

  • Due to its antimicrobial and flavoring effect it can be added to home cleaning products. It will also remove grease and grime from the surfaces.

  • Add a few drops to your shampoo or conditioner to nourish the hair, moisturize an itchy scalp and remove dandruff flakes.

  • Add Eucalyptus Essential Oil to carrier oil and massage the body. May help to revitalize the skin and tired muscles, relieve burns, sores, bites, and cuts.

  • Applying one drop to your toothpaste before washing the teeth can reduce dental plaque and gingivitis and improve bad breath.

 

 Combinations

Eucalyptus essential oil blends well with other oils such as Orange, Juniper, Lemon, Melissa, Thyme, Rosemary, Lavender, Cedarwood.

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