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Eucalyptus Oil

Eucalyptus Oil

Eucalyptus oil comes from the dried leaves of the eucalyptus tree. The oil is a colorless liquid with a strong woody and sweet scent. Eucalyptus leaves are steam-distilled to extract the oil.

CAS Number #84625-32-1
Synonyms Eucalyptus Globulus Labillardiere, Yo-shu oil

Form Liquid
Raw Material Eucalyptus Leaves
Botanical Name Eucalyptus Globulus
Feature Pure
Purity 100%
Appearance Colorless Liquid
Storage Instruction In tight containers in cool dry place
Packaging Glass Bottle
Shelf Life 36 Months

Eucalyptus oil comes from the dried leaves of the eucalyptus tree. The oil is a colorless liquid with a strong woody and sweet scent. Eucalyptus leaves are steam-distilled to extract the oil. Eucalyptus oil contains 70-85% 1,8-cineole (eucalyptol) - an ingredient in some mouthwash and dental preparations. The oil has multiple different uses. It is often a key ingredient in perfumes and cosmetics because of its unique fresh and clean aroma, and also as a dental or industrial solvent. Eucalyptus Globulus leaves In addition to being used for its aroma, eucalyptus oil also has flavoring, pharmaceutical, and antiseptic uses.

Benefits and Usage

  • Promote feelings of relaxation

Eucalyptus oil is an excellent pick-me-up when you're feeling tired and exhausted. It's potent aroma is great for stimulating both the mind and the body.

  • Household Use

Because of Eucalyptus Globulus strong anti-bacterial actions and antimicrobial properties, Eucalyptus oil is a good addition to your cleaning products. You can blend 1-2 drops into a tablespoon or so of pine oil, then add to your water to wipe down your counters and mop your floors. It’s refreshing and keeps us healthy. 

  • Bath Salts

For a soothing bath, add 2 drops of Eucalyptus oil to 3 tablespoons of jojoba oil. Add your oils to one ounce of bath salts. Add one tablespoon to your bath. Not only will you breathe easier, your sore muscles and tired feet will also appreciate the pain-relieving soak.

  • Natural Repellent for Lizards

This is a successful method to repel lizards due to its extracts and intense smell. For its usage you may put some drops of this at doors or on windows or at any other whole wherein lizard’s arrival is possible. Sooner you will get the expected outcome. Follow this method to prevent lizards.


How to Use

Diffusion: Use three to four drops in the diffuser of choice.

Use: Dilute with Coconut Oil or any other carrier oil to minimize any skin sensitivity. (Skin Patch Test is recommended)


Caution

If you have pets or small children, we discourage using essential oils in cleaning supplies since their respiratory and neurological systems are much weaker than ours. Extra care should be taken in case you are pregnant, breast feeding or taking any special medication. Keep out of reach of children. It is always advisable to seek the guidance of your physician or health care expert before choosing the appropriate oils for your unique individual constitution and medical condition.


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