Did you receive a delightfully smelling sprig of eucalyptus in your mother’s day floral arrangement? It’s hard to ignore the increasing presence of eucalyptus being used in table and floral arrangements but did you know that its oil offers a wide range of topical and aromatic benefits. This healing oil is a natural antiseptic, decongestant and disinfectant with antibacterial and anti-inflammatory properties. A great all rounder.
Learn all about the many beauty, wellness and household uses of eucalyptus essential oil.
⸙ stimulates and strengthens the immune system
⸙ decongests sinuses and helps fight respiratory infections
⸙ helps to open airways for clear breathing
⸙ helps to soothe sore and aching muscles
⸙ reduces inflammation
⸙ cleanses and freshens breathe (when used in small quantities in a solution)
⸙ helps to treat acne and spot breakouts
⸙ good at protecting skin against infections
⸙ disinfects surfaces getting rid of germs
⸙ purifies and cleans the air
⸙ can soothe sunburnt skin
⸙ can help to soothe a dry and itchy scalp
⸙ stimulates hair follicles to encourage growth and moisturises hair, great for a hair mask or add to your normal conditioner
⸙ repels outdoor pets and can be used to heal insect bits
⸙ naturally boosts energy levels
⸙ refreshes and stimulates the mind
⸙ reduces feeling of tension and can help during periods of stress to calm the mind
⸙ promotes relaxation
I could do with your help, should I develop a eucalyptus based range of products? I would love to know your thoughts.
References: willow and sage, organicfacts.net, upnature.com