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aromatherapy

essential oils

eucalyptus oil

Eucalyptus globulus

Country of origin: Portugal

Eucalyptus essential oil

is obtained from the

leaves and branches of

this remarkable tree. As

it matures, the eucalyptus

leaves change from a

silvery gray to a dark

green. Woody seed-husks

cover the blossoms giving

the tree its name eucalyptus, which is derived from

the Greek word eucalyptos meaning “covered” or

“wrapped”. The curative properties of the oil were

most likely discovered by the Aborigines, the native

people of Australia. They used the oil as a remedy

for skin problems and fever, which gives the tree

the name “fever tree.” The medicinal qualities of

eucalyptus oil were given the official seal of approval

in 1885 in the British Pharmacopeia.

Eucalyptus has a refreshing, penetrating, and

stimulating aroma that can clear the head and

mind. About fifty pounds of eucalyptus leaves and

branches are needed to produce one pound of clear

or pale-yellow eucalyptus oil.

For mental fatigue:

Eucalyptus essential oil helps stimulate

the nervous system and promotes greater

concentration. When combined with

lemon oil in a bowl or diffused into the air,

eucalyptus can help lessen some of the

effects of mental exhaustion or lethargy.

8 drops of eucalyptus oil

5 drops of lemon oil

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eucalyptus oil

aromatherapy—essential oils

Eucalyptus essential oil is well known for its refreshing and stimulating

properties. It also has a strong influence on breathing and can help cool the

body when needed. It increases concentration, promotes logical thoughts,

and enhances intellectual capacities.

Relaxing time

Add a few drops of

eucalyptus essential oil to

your favorite SISEL Gentle

Touch massage oil to calm

your emotions and promote

relaxation. Apply to the pulse

points of the wrists and

gently massage.

Freshen the air in

your home

To help prevent unpleasant

symptoms associated with

the winter season, diffuse

eucalyptus in any room in

your home. You can also use

it to deeply clean bathrooms,

kitchen counters, and floors.

Insect protection

The scent of eucalyptus

is offensive to insects and

pests, making this essential

oil very useful when spending

time in nature. Mix together

a few drops of eucalyptus

oil with SISEL Gentle

Touch massage oil or mix

eucalyptus with water and

use in a spray mist bottle.

Energize your workplace

or when studying

During periods of intense

concentration, place a few

drops of eucalyptus essential

oil in a bowl of hot water to

help energize and uplift

your mind.

Eucalyptus essential

oil has a long tradition

of supporting a healthy

respiratory system. It is

also an important part

of many pharmaceutical

preparations like

vapor rubs.

Would you like to know

Essential oils contain many natural

chemical components. You may

find anywhere from 50 to 500

constituents in a single essential

oil. Even the smallest part plays

an important role in the oil’s

functionality. Analytical testing is

the best way to determine an oil’s

chemical content.

Essential

Guide

Muscle pain after hard exercise

Aromatherapy is a great benefit to the

muscular system or joints since many of

essential oils may help relax your body

or help decrease swelling or stiffness.

10 drops eucalyptus

6 drops wild rosemary

4 drops peppermint

2 drops cedarwood

2 Tbs Gentle Touch massage oil

Mix together and gently massage your

overworked muscles.

Hair care

Eucalyptus essential oil may help with

unpleasant signs of dry scalp. Mix 6

drops of essential oil with SISEL Mild

Shampoo. Gently massage in and let it

work for a couple of minutes. Rinse with

warm water.

6 drops eucalyptus oil

Daily dose of shampoo (1-2 caps)

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