Who’s ready to dig deeper into Eucalyptus Radiata?
First, the basics and the obligatory disclaimer.
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Eucalyptus leaf oil
Eucalyptus Radiata essential oil is often used in massage to ease muscles. Its distinctly fresh aroma is sharp and clean, sparking a sense of refreshment and renewal.
Most Young Living Eucalyptus Radiata essential oil comes from Australia and South Africa.
There are more than 700 species of eucalyptus in the world—Eucalyptus Radiata, sometimes known as narrow-leaved peppermint—is only one of them. The Eucalyptus radiata tree comes from Australia, where eucalyptus makes up more than 75 percent of the continent’s vegetation. Eucalyptus Radiata oil contains the naturally occurring constituent eucalyptol, which provides much of its signature scent.
From the bottle: Fresh, subtle, woodsy aroma
FEATURES & BENEFITS
|It can be used topically on the chest or back in the evening for a soothing yet invigorating aromatic experience.||Refreshing, clean aroma|
Creates a stimulating and rejuvenating environment
This eucalyptus species has been treasured in folk medicine. A 2011 study conducted at Heidelberg University found the Eucalyptus radiata has the second highest abundance of 1,8 cineole (Eucalyptol) after E. globulus.
Medical Properties: Antibacterial, antiviral, expectorant, anti-inflammatory
Uses: Respiratory/sinus infections, viral infections, fights herpes simplex when combined with bergamotExcerpted from the Essential Oils Desk Reference, 7th Edition
- 2 cups baking soda
- 1 cup citric acid
- 2 Tbsp. water
- 30+ drops of your favorite aromatic essential oil
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Thank you for joining me in digging deeper into Eucalyptus Radiata.
On a personal note, we use this oil by rubbing it on chests (or backs for a less intense experience) when we’re all snuffly. Give it a shot next time you’re in need of some extra nasal support.
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