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Eucalyptus Pure Essential Oil 10ml

£2.95
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Some suggested directions for use:

Add 6-10 drops in a bath.

Mix 5 drops with water to use in an oil burner.

Mix 6-10 drops with hot water as an inhalation.

Mix 5 drops per 10ml of carrier oil for massage.

Precautions:

Do not take internally. Keep away from children and eyes.

Excessive use may cause headaches Avoid if have high blood pressure or epilepsy

If pregnant or have a medical condition consult with your practitioner before use. If oil gets into eyes splash out with water, seek medical advice if necessary.

If unfamiliar with essential oils seek advice from a practitioner.

Eucalyptus tree

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Eucalyptus blue gem (Eucalyptus globulus)

Aroma: Eucalyptus essential oil has a sharp and penetrating aroma with a camphoraceous scent and a woody, balsamic undertone.

The plant: The eucalyptus tree is an Australian gum tree which grows to a massive height, up to approximately 300foot tall.

The extraction: Eucalyptus essential oil is distilled from the leaves of the tree using steam to maintain the integrity of the active ingredients.

Affects: Eucalyptus essential oil is a cooling oil, that is renowned for being stimulating, refreshing, clearing, purifying and regulating. It is an ideal oil for vaporisation as it clears the sinuses as well as the mind and boosts concentration.

History: The name originates from Greek meaning well covered, referring to the structure of the flowers stamens. The oil was first introduced to Europe in 1788, more as an ornamental plant, only to later be later realised that the eucalyptus tree produces a natural chemical that kills off other plants and thus deters other species from sharing its habitat. The plant is colloquially called Kino by the Australian Aborigines, who use the leaves to wrap around wounds as they work as a natural antiseptic and healing aid.

Chemical constituents: Citronellal (Aldehyde), Cineole (Ketone), Camphene, Fenchene, Phellandrene, Pinene (Terpenes). Blending Eucalyptus essential oil blends well with lavender thyme, rosemary, marjoram, pine, cedarwood and lemon.