Eucalyptus globulus organic essential oil (cineole 85%)
Eucalyptus globulus bio essential oil is the oil that should be in every medicine cabinet.
Eucalyptus belongs to the myrtle family (Myrtaceae) about 600 Eucalyptus species. However, only three used correctly. The eucalyptus is a self-growing tree. Eucalyptus globulus – or also Blue eucalyptus – is mainly native to Australia and less in the Mediterranean area. The blue eucalyptus grows quickly at first, about 60 to 70% of the height increase is achieved in the first ten years. In the decade that followed, growth subsided.
Eucalyptus globulus is an evergreen hardwood tree that is native to Australia and Indonesia. The eucalyptus is one of the tallest trees and needs a lot of water, which is why it was often used in the past to drain wetlands (and thus to contain malaria), which is what gave it the name “fever tree”.
Eucalyptus globulus is a remedy according to the European Pharmacopoeia and is used for coughs, flu (influenza), hoarseness in the form of eucalyptus candies (resp. 4 to 6 drops of eucalyptus oil (200 mg) on a piece of sugar) or by inhalation (20 drops) of the vapors of a hot water bath with eucalyptus oil.
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1ltr. essential oil = about 100kg leaves and twigs
Eucalyptus is not only part of the medicine cabinet in Australia.
Before internal use, please consult specialist books, doctor or aromatherapist.
Caution: for infants and children up to six years of age external applications and inhalations only by an experienced aromatherapist or doctor!
Not suitable for people with spastic respiratory diseases!
It helps mentally : Promotes concentration, activates, invigorating, when exhausted, promotes the ability to think and calms, is air-purifying to
Physically with : Flu-like infection, bronchitis, ear infections. Helps with coughs and colds, skin problems, as well as muscle and joint problems. Is good for burns and wound healing because it is antiseptic and antibacterial
TIP: Mix eucalyptus and rosemary in a little shea butter and you have your own cold balm. Smells very intense, which I find pleasant
Ingredients: Eucalyptus Globulus Leaf Oil, Limonene **
** natural components of essential oil