|Uses||Historically this essential oil can be used to assist in:
Expectorant: Opens breathing passages. Aids with asthma, sinuses, bronchitis, and tuberculosis.
Analgesic: Ease joint and muscle pain. Good for Rheumatism, lumbago, sprained ligaments and tendons, stiff muscles, aches, fibrosis and nerve pain.
Antispasmodic: Ease coughs, and bronchitis.
Antiseptic: Protect wounds, burns, cuts, abrasions and sores from becoming infected.
Anti-Inflammatory: Aid with joints, sprains, ligaments and tendons.
Fungicidal: Fight ring worm and athlete’s foot.
Antiviral: Ease sore throat, herpes, and malaria.
Anti-Infectious: Fight infections like chicken pox and measles.
Insect Repellent: A natural treatment for lice as well as bug deterrent.
Purifying: The antiseptic and deodorant nature purify the environment by killing bacteria and germs in the air.
|Cultivation/Extraction Method||Steam Distilled|
|Historic Benefits||Due to their strong insect repellent properties, the tree were often planted around rivers to combat Malaria and leaves are often put in closets to detour insects. Also, traditionally in Australia, people would wrap serious wounds with Eucalyptus leaves to keep out infection.|
|Blends With||Basil, Black Pepper, Cypress, Frankincense, Ginger, Juniper Berry, Ho-Leaf, Marjoram, Peppermint, Pine, Rosemary, Sage, Tea Tree, Thyme, Vetiver, Ylang Ylang|
|Precautions||Disinfectant qualities increases with age.|
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