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Eucalyptus Pure Essential Oil 25mL
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Q. Where does Eucalyptus come from and what is the method of extraction?
Eucalyptus, Eucalyptus globulus, is native to Australia. The essential oil is steam distilled from the partially dried leaves and twigs of the fast growing evergreen to produce a medicinal camphoric aroma.
Q. Is Eucalyptus safe to use for infants?
Yes, 1 drop of Eucalyptus may be vaporised well away from the cot after 6 months.
Q. Is Eucalyptus safe to use during pregnancy?
Yes, 3 drops of Eucalyptus may be vaporised or added to a weekly bath after the first trimester
Q. Is Eucalyptus safe to use on my skin?
Yes, Eucalyptus may be massaged onto the skin once diluted in carrier oil. To create a massage blend add 6 drops of Eucalyptus into 12ml of massage base oil.
Absorbing Dog SmellsI have two medium sized dogs who sleep inside the house at night. Every day, I use Eucalyptus oil in oil burners close to where they sleep and it absorbs those doggy smells - even wet fur - it is fantastic.|
Great for respiratory conditionsI always have eucalyptus oil at home just in case I develop a respiratory infection. Eucalyptus oil is one of the best things for providing temporary relief. I add a few drops of eucalyptus oil to a container of boiling hot water. I place my head over the steaming hot water, place a towel over my head, and I inhale the scent in short intervals.
I sometimes use eucalyptus oil for an itchy scalp. I've tried a few different essential oils for this purpose such as lavender, tea tree, rosemary etc; and they all work to varying degrees. If my scalp is more irritated than usual, eucalyptus oil provides the best relief. My scalp can tolerate a few drops of pure eucalyptus oil. If you have very sensitive skin, it is best to do a patch test to see if your skin can tolerate the oil. You may also wish to mix the eucalyptus oil with something like aloe vera gel, jojoba oil etc.
I also use eucalyptus oil for general household cleaning and disinfecting purposes.|
Multipurpose oilAnother great quality pure essential oil form In Essence range.
I use mostly eucalyptus oil in my DIY deodorant mix and toothpaste (with coconut oil and bicarb soda).
Another use is to pop it in hot/warm water for washing floors, bathroom, even dishes. I pop a few drops in my hair rinse or scalp massage oil. Also in my cloth washing load.
For surfaces I put a few drops in spray bottle with distilled water, and spray the surfaces, to get rid of dust and have great smell...a bit of aromatherapy everywhere you go, and anything you do in your household chores. Burners are overrated (cheeky smile)|
Great EucalyptusEucalyptus oil is a fantastic, basic essential oil with a great many therapeutic benefits.
In Essence eucalyptus oil is of very high quality and reminds me of the natural Australian bush.
Eucalyptus oil helps us breathe easier when we're affected by colds and flus. We can burn the oil/use in a steamer or apply it topically.
It seems to cut straight through congestion as it clears and freshens the air.
It's also an excellent deodoriser and a disinfectant.
Every house needs a bottle of this!|