Organic Eucalyptus globulus Essential Oil
Our therapeutic quality organic Eucalyptus globulus essential oil is steam-distilled from the fresh leaves of one of the world’s greatest trees, the Tasmanian Blue Gum. This is a thin, colorless to pale yellow essential oil with an aroma that’s been described as penetrating, fresh, and medicinal and is familiar to many who have encountered it in over-the-counter products for natural relief of cold symptoms. Blend it with essential oils such as lemon, lavender, thyme, rosemary, or various conifers for a pleasing fragrance. For an interesting research article see Beneficial and Healthy Properties of Eucalyptus Plants: A Great Potential Use ~ Fulltext (benthamopen.com)
Using Organic Eucalyptus Essential Oil
The primary uses of Eucalyptus globulus essential oil, organic in aromatherapy have been related to the respiratory system and the musculoskeletal system. Eucalyptus essential oil has been touted by many aromatherapists as a natural remedy for symptoms of the common cold and as a natural pain reliever for body aches and pain.
Eucalyptus globulus essential oil, organic is one of the most popular and widely used essential oils in aromatherapy. It has strong properties, such as being drying, and should be used sparingly, so be sure to read further information in our product description for our conventionally grown Eucalyptus globulus essential oil .
SAFETY ISSUES: Organic Eucalyptus globulus oil is generally non-toxic and non-irritant for adults when used externally and in proper dilution. Never use internally. This essential oil should not be used on or near the faces of babies or children younger than 10 years of age. Again, please see the product description for Eucalyptus globulus Essential Oil for further information
More Eucalyptus Oils Offered Here at Artisan Aromatics:
- Eucalyptus globulus
- Eucalyptus citriodora
- Eucalyptus polybractea aka Eucalyptus Blue Mallee
- Eucalyptus radiata
- Eucalyptus smithii
Once a very popular ornamental tree for urban areas, Eucalyptus globulus has been planted across the globe. Generally, the tree’s mature size has since become problematic so few municipalities plant them anymore. However, many of the older giants are seen to have historical value and are now legally protected in some areas.