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A very popular ingredient in cold formulas, Eucalyptus oil is a must in households during the cold and flu season. Can help relieve the symptoms and help you breathe, especially at night - pop a couple of drops in a diffuser and let it work its magic. Originating in Australia, Eucalyptus Globulus is now grown extensively all over the world, thanks to its popularity. 

Eucalyptus promotes respiratory health, and can be used to make homemade chest and throat rubs. Add a couple of drops to the bath and inhale its fresh, sweet aroma to help open up your airways and improve your wellbeing. A must for your medicine cabinet! 

  • Respiratory Health: Eucalyptus oil is commonly used to support respiratory health. It may help relieve congestion, clear nasal passages, and ease symptoms of colds and respiratory infections. Dilute eucalyptus oil with a carrier oil and apply it topically to the chest, throat, or affected areas for respiratory or pain relief.

  • Decongestant: The oil's ability to open up airways makes it effective as a decongestant. It is often used in inhalation methods to alleviate nasal congestion. Add a few drops of eucalyptus oil to hot water and inhale the steam to relieve congestion and promote respiratory health.

  • Anti-Inflammatory: Eucalyptus oil has anti-inflammatory properties that may help reduce inflammation and soothe conditions like muscle pain or joint discomfort. Mix with a carrier oil and create a massage oil. 

  • Analgesic (Pain Relief): The oil is known for its analgesic properties, making it useful in alleviating headaches, muscle aches, and minor pains.

  • Fever Reducer: Eucalyptus oil's cooling effect on the body may help reduce fever when used in a compress or by diluting and applying topically.

  • Cough Suppressant: Due to its ability to open airways and soothe the throat, eucalyptus oil is often used in cough drops, syrups, and throat lozenges.

  • Insect Repellent: Eucalyptus oil has insect-repelling properties, making it useful for keeping bugs away when applied to the skin or used in natural insect repellent formulations.

It's important to note that while Eucalyptus essential oil is a natural alternative, it should be used with caution and in moderation. Always be sure to dilute essential oils with a carrier oil (such as coconut oil or jojoba oil) before applying it to the skin, and perform a patch test to check for any adverse reactions. It's also essential to use Eucalyptus oil with caution around pets and small children.  Additionally, pregnant individuals and those with certain medical conditions should consult with a healthcare professional before using essential oils.

12ml glass bottle, with plastic screw top lid and cardboard outer box


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