100% Pure Therapeutic Eucalyptus radiata Essential Oil
Size: 15ml | 5ml
Botanical Name: Eucalyptus radiata
Extraction Process: Steam Distilled
Part of Plant Used: Leaf
Description: Eucalyptus radiata Essential Oil has a sweet, deep aroma. Eucalyptus is a tree that has many different species. Eucalyptus radiata is one of the more commonly used for its distinctive properties. This specific oil comes from the Forth River peppermint trees that are grown in Australia. When the leaf is crudely boiled down it can be used as an aromatherapy steam to relieve ailments such as respiratory distress. This lead to the creation of the steam distilled oil we have and cherish today. Not only is it used in Aromatherapy, but is also used in many store bought products around the world, such as creams, lotions, rubs, and vapor decongestants.
Common Use: Eucalyptus radiata has been traditionally applied to help respiratory tract infection, bronchitis, catarrh, sinusitis, rhinitis, colds, influenza, fever, asthma, rheumatism, muscular aches and pains, neuralgia, abdominal cramps, menstrual cramps, headaches, mental exhaustion, fatigue, insect stings and bites.
Directions: Recommended to properly blend in a carrier oil prior to topical applications. Do not apply to, or near, the face of young children or infants. Patch test before use in case of sensitivity.
Cautions: Possible skin sensitivity. Keep out of reach of children. If pregnant or under a doctor’s care, consult your physician.
EOU GC/MS Lot#: Eucalyptus-radiata-0108
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GC/MS Lot#: Eucalyptus-radiata-0106
GC/MS Lot#: Eucalyptus-radiata-0105
GC/MS Lot#: Eucalyptus-radiata-0104
GC/MS Lot#: Eucalyptus-0103
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