Botanical name: Eucalyptus Globulus Origin: China
Description: The oil comes from small white and yellow flowers and the leaves from evergreen trees
Aromatic scent: Herbaceous with slight menthol undertones. Very strong scent
Perfume note: Top
Consistency: A watery viscosity
Extraction Method: Steam Distilled
What is it good for: Clears your sinuses and can be good for respiratory problems. Do not smell direct from the bottle, as it needs to be diluted first
Suggestion: Just 2 drops in a warm bowl or sink is enough to use when you have a cold. Very strong aroma
Suggested Usage: It is best to dilute essential oil in carrier oil such as Grapeseed if you intend to prepare massage oil. Don't use essential oils neat onto your skin. Start with 1% essential oil to 99% carrier and increase essential oil until you have desired aroma strength.
Possible side effects: Signs of eucalyptus poisoning might include stomach pain and burning, dizziness, muscle weakness, small eye pupils, feelings of suffocation, and some others. Eucalyptus oil can also cause nausea, vomiting, and diarrhoea.
Blends with: Chamomile, Frankincense, Lavender, Peppermint and Tea Tree
Safety: For external use only, avoid contact with eyes. Do not use on children, or when pregnant or while using medication. Keep out of reach of children.
An essential oil should not be used instead of seeing a doctor for medical advice. Never self prescribe and if in doubt please ask your doctor. Do not use on sensitive skin and always do a small test of the oil before use. If an allergic reaction occurs, wash off the oil with soap and water and then seek medical attention.
Bottle: These bottles are designed for pharmaceutical use, they are impact resistant but care should be taken with glass bottles on hard surfaces. The bottles are designed in Austria, using green natural glass, they are not sprayed and can be recycled over and over again.