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Aromapathic Labs Eucalyptus oil is made from the fresh leaves of the Eucalyptus tree. After harvesting, the leaves are crushed and steam distilled, giving us the beautiful, fresh, woodsy scent of a high quality eucalyptus oil. Essential oils need to be mixed with a carrier oil for topical application, simply mix 12 drops of this pure Australian eucalyptus oil to every 30ml of your favourite carrier oil, or mix with 30ml water to diffuse. [LIQUID]

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100% pure eucalyptus oil



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Tincture: 1-3 ml/day (5-10% essential oil), Ointments/Rubs: 5-20% essential oil, Eucalyptus can also be added to commercial vaporizers, or the dried leaves can be made into tea (1-2 tsp dried leaves) with 1 cup boiling water, steeped for 10 minutes.

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Never ingest undiluted eucalyptus oil or apply undiluted eucalyptus oil externally, as it is very toxic. Do not use in pregnancy or during lactation.

  • Favoured for its soothing menthol scent
  • Can be found in many cough and cold formulas
  • Great when used in vaporizer or diffuser to freshen air and re-energize the body
  • 100% pure

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Eucalyptus Oil

Let me introduce to you my Australian friend, Eucalyptus. He is tall with creamy white bark and bluish green leaves, and his essential oil is a tried and true remedy for sinus congestion and cough. Koalas love him. He smells great, too...

The Australian Aborigines were the first to use Eucalyptus for its medicinal properties. They would use the oil externally to heal wounds and infections. It is both an anti-septic and astringent and therefore effectively dries up and cleans the affected area.

It was later discovered that the oil's primary active ingredient eucalyptol (cineole) is what gave the leaves this anti-septic quality and its effectiveness against a variety of bacteria, especially Staphylococcus. Eucalyptus has the common name of fever tree, not only because it brings down fever, but more so because it helped to wipe out Malaria in the 1800's. The roots of eucalyptus trees absorb a huge amount of water, thus drying up mosquito infested marshes, sending the mosquitoes packing and stopping the spread of the deadly disease.

Eucalyptus oil is made from the fresh leaves and branch tops on the eucalyptus plant. The leaves and branches are dried , crushed, and distilled. After the oil has been extracted, it must then be diluted before it can be used a medicine.

Eucalyptus is also a expectorant, anti-inflammatory, deodorant and anti-spasmodic. Ointments made of eucalyptus oil can be applied under the nose or over the chest to relieve congestion and loosen phlegm in the case of a dry cough. It is often added to cough drops, cough syrups and chest rubs for this purpose. Diluted eucalyptus oil can be used as a soothing rub for rheumatism, neuralgia, bruises, sprains, and sore muscles. Some individuals will use eucalyptus teas and tinctures as an internal deodorant for bad breath and body odour as well as a mouthwash this is because it has been shown to help prevent plaque and gingivities. As an anti-spasmodic, eucalyptus is again used for cough relief and to reduce menstrual cramping.

Eucalyptus is available as a tincture, cream, ointment, essential oil, or lozenge. Many health food stores carry fresh or dried eucalyptus leaf in bulk. Eucalyptus can be ingested through the use of teas or tincture preparations, inhaled, or applied externally. Undiluted eucalyptus oil should never be ingested. Small amounts of undiluted oil (even in amounts as little as one teaspoon) are toxic and may cause circulatory problems, collapse, suffocation, or death. Eucalyptus oil should always be diluted in a carrier oil such as almond, grape seed, or other vegetable oil before applying to the skin. Applying eucalyptus to the skin may cause a rash in those who are sensitive or allergic to eucalyptus. Eucalyptus tinctures should include 5-10% essential oil, at a dose of 1-3 ml/day. Ointments should contain 5-20% essential oil to be effective.

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