(Eucalyptus Globulus) strong aroma can be used in steam inhalations to relieve cold symptoms, sinus congestion, and mucous coughs. As an antiseptic, it can help with infectious diseases of the respiratory system while its expectorant qualities can help with asthma, bronchitis and tuberculosis. Try it in a diffuser. A few drops in a bath become very effective with all types of fever and lowers the temperature by causing a cooling action upon the body. Avoid this oil near the nostrils of infants and young children as there is a risk of spasm of the glottis due to the cooling effect on the respiratory system. It is widely used as a component of preparations for relieving congestion and muscle aches.
Plant Part: Tree, leaves
Country of origin: China, Australia
Extraction: Steam distilled. Top note
Appearance: Colorless to pale yellow
Constituents: Cineol or eucalyptol, from 70% to 80%; various aldehydes, ketones, sesquiterpenic alcohols, and terpenes, (approximately 250 different constituents in Eucalyptus).
Properties: antiseptic, analgesic, anesthetic, antibiotic, analgesic, antibacterial, decongestant, expectorant, immune stimulant, anti-inflammatory, stimulant
Can be used in all aromatherapy functions. Not to be ingested.
“The use of aromatherapy substances also known as essential oils are used for the well-being of body, mind, and spirit”
Note: No information provided is intended to diagnose, treat, cure or prevent any disease. For children or pregnant, it is recommended to consult with a professional health care practitioner before using. The uses of aromatherapy substances, also known as essential oils are used for the well being of body, mind, and spirit.