Eucalyptus Essential Oil
- Blend in a skin oil with lavender to heklp with insect bites and repellant
- Add to a bath blend to help with blisters, wounds and skin infections
- Create a hair oil with argan and coconut oil, geranium, eucalyptus and lavender to treat head lice.
(burns, blisters, cuts, herpes, insect bites, insect repellent, lice, skin infections, wounds)
CIRCULATION, MUSCLES AND JOINTS:
- Blend with arnica oil, chamomile and lavender and massage into the area of the body with aches and pains.
- Make a body oil with eucalyptus, grapefruit and geranium and a carrier oil such as coconut, sweet almond or macadamia oil. Massage into the body ideally with a body brush to stimulate circulation
(muscular aches and pains, poor circulation, rheumatoid arthritis, sprains)
- An excellent oil to help with the respiratory system. Can be used in steam inhalation with lavender and tea tree to help with cold and flu symptoms.
- Also can be used in the bath to help with congested sinuses
- Massage into chest in a skin oil (such as sweet almond oil) to help with breathing (ideally before bedtime)
- Burn in an oil burner to help clear sinuses
(asthma, bronchitis, catarrh, coughs, sinusitis, throat infections)
- Add to a bath blend with tea tree and lavender to help with symptoms of chickenpox, measles and cold and flu
- Can be added to a compress to help with chickenpox also
(chickenpox, colds, epidemics, flu, measles)
- Burn in an oil blender with lavender to help with headaches
- Add into a massage oil blend with frankincense and geranium to help with neuralgia
(debility, headaches, neuralgia)
Externally non-toxic, non-irritant (in dilution), non-sensitizing. When taken internally, eucalyptus oil is toxic and as little as 3.5ml has been reported as fatal
HOW TO USE
- can be added to oil burners to help with coughs and colds
- can be used in steam inhalation