Botanical Name: Eucalyptus Globulus
Country of Origin: Australia
Extraction Method: Steam distillation from the leaves and stems
Scent Profile: A whiff of Eucalyptus is literally a breath of fresh air - green and minty, with a clean sweetness that shines through to buffer its sharp notes. Eucalyptus is noticeably camphorous especially when sniffed at close range, which sends a pleasant, cooling sensation spreading throughout the respiratory tract. It is classified as a top-middle note.
Commonly used in ointment, massage oils and rubs targeted at muscle, ligament and tendon-related aches such as rheumatism and sprains, Eucalyptus is especially popular among sportspeople and the elderly. Its camphorous qualities are also harnessed to decongest and soothe the discomfort of respiratory conditions such as asthma, sore throat and sinusitis.
|Improves mental clarity||Calms inflammation|
|Reduces sluggishness||Reduces muscle aches|
|Soothing||Decongests respiratory-related conditions|
Muscle aches: Eucalyptus is used to treat muscle aches by relieving muscular strains and inflammation.
Head Lice: Vapour from eucalyptus oil has been found to kill the eggs of lice, curbing scalp infections stemming from head lice.
Stronger, Thicker Hair: Eucalyptus stimulates blood circulation to improve the delivery of nutrients, which is essential to healthy hair growth.
Disinfecting & Odour Removal: The anti-bacterial properties of Eucalyptus, combined with its minty-fresh scent, kills odour-causing bacteria to banish bad breath.
- In a nebuliser
- In an oil burner
- In baths or inhalation
Eucalyptus oil blends well with lemon, marjoram, lavender, geranium, peppermint, cedarwood and rosemary.
Excessive use of Eucalyptus oil can lead to skin sensitization. Keep out of eyes, ears, or nose. Dilute for use with children or infants.