Eucalyptus aromatherapy oil is the ultimate cold-fighting energizer.
It revives flagging energy, improves mental clarity, relieves aches and pains and breaks up congestion.
Plus it kills germs and bacteria. A winner!
Eucalyptus essential oil is used by aromatherapists for respiratory problems such as asthma, colds and respiratory tract infections.
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Botanical Name and Characteristics
Eucalyptus is one of the world's tallest trees, growing as high as 480 feet.
It has fragrant, leathery leaves, white flowers developing into small berries.
There are approximately 700 varieties of eucalyptus.
The essential oil is extracted from the leaves and twigs.
Fresh, clear, sharp, penetrating, camphor-like scent.
refreshes, revives and energizes
helps relieve mental fatigue and improve alertness
cools the body
relieves sore, achy muscles by reducing inflammation
breaks up congestion
supports breathing when used as an inhalation
helps heal blisters, burns, cuts, insect bites and such
helps heal skin infections
eliminates lice (according to some documentation)
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Eucalyptus's strong top note blends well with cedar, lavender, lemon, marjoram and rosemary.
Use in correct dilution - eucalyptus can be toxic at high concentrations.
Do not use if you have high blood pressure or epilepsy. Do not use during pregnancy.
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