Eucalyptus Essential Oil
Eucalyptus Essential Oil
Uses & Recipes For Eucalyptus Essential Oil
These are great for small rooms. The cooling and healing scent is helpful in providing sinus relief, & is known to relieve mental exhaustion by boosting circulation, stimulating the mind out of sluggishness, and rejuvenating the spirit. Fairly strong aroma. This oil blends with Lemongrass, Lemon, Lavender, Cedarwood, and Peppermint essential oils. Use a carrier oil like Sweet Almond oil, available cheaply at most supermarkets.
These essential oil reed diffusers release a very light, subtle scent and do not compare to the very strong, overpowering scent that’s released by the commercial reed diffusers which use artificially scented oils. You’ll need to flip the reeds once a week to refresh the scent. Once the reeds are completely saturated, you’ll need to replace them with new reeds. You will also need to replace your oil once it starts to lose its scent or if it starts to smell “off” – usually after a month or so.
¾ fill a glass container preferably with a small neck, with your sweet Almond oil You may have one lying around or pick up one from a dollar shop.
Add a least 4 tablespoons of Vodka (brings out the fragrance). You can also use denatured or rubbing Alcohol. Denatured works best, because of its higher alcohol content.
Reeds we have supplied free.These are cotton fibre & work exceptionally well.
Add 50-70 drops Eucalyptus oil, which you may wish to pair with some of the suggested oils, so personal preference applies.
These are the plug-in ones, ultrasonic with auto shut-off, great for a larger room. You only use water with a few drops of oil. To view
Fragrances, make your own !
I would not suggest this as a fragrance, however it can be done.
Nothing compares to a soak in the bath after a challenging day. Take a handful of Sea salt, add to it 7-10 drops of your favorite oil, & then add to bath. Sea salt, with its cleansing, mineral-rich properties, makes it a luxurious, healthy experience. You can also use Bicarbonate of Soda, or Epsom salts, in the same way. Both are great for aching, tired limbs.
Not to be ingested.
Used in the treatment of burns, blisters, cuts, herpes outbreaks, wounds & sores, because it prevents bacterial growth. Similar to Tea Tree oil in many ways. Do not use pure essential oil directly on the skin.
To use, make a 2% dilution using the by-the-drop method: add 12 drops of Eucalyptus to each fl. ounce (30 ml) of your carrier oil: Sweet Almond, Sunflower, or fractionated Coconut.
Makes a good general body cream/moisturizer.
NOT to be ingested.
Bugs certainty don’t like Eucalyptus oil. A few drops with Sweet Almond oil, applied to the body, will give some protection from biting insects.
You can also combine with equal amounts of any of the essential oils we have supplied. Have fun, experiment; make your own blend of up to a total of 25% of oils overall. However, add a smaller percentage if only adding Eucalyptus, as it’s very strong. When choosing those oils that you favour the scent of, add to 75% of your carrier oil: Sweet Almond, Sunflower, or fractionated Coconut. All of the oils supplied will work as repellents; just some a little better than others.
A great alternative to regular kitchen and bathroom cleaning sprays. Eucalyptus oil kills germs and leaves everything smelling fresh and clean. To boost the grease-cutting power for your cleaning spray, also include citrus oils like Lemon, Lemongrass, or Bergamot. You can use them all, or just one that you have a preference for.
To make 2 cups of cleaning spray, use 1 ¾ cups of water, ¼ cup of white vinegar, 15 drops of Eucalyptus oil, and add another 2-7 drops total of the remaining essential oils that you are going to use.
If using as a floor cleaner, cut down the amount of oils to just a few drops of each, as some floors can become slippery because of too much oil applied.
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