Blending Note | Top note with strong aroma Extraction | Steam distillation of leaves and twigs Country of Origin | Australia Character | Fresh | Sharp | Herbaceous | Medicinal | Penetrating Emotional Balancing | Piercing | Stimulating | Purifying | Clears the mind
There are over 600 species of Eucalyptus, but only a few are used for aromatherapy. There is very little difference between them, but Eucalyptus radiata can be preferred because it not as "pungent" as Eucalyptus globulus. I love radiata around children and globulus is my "go to" for respiratory issues in adults.
For aromatherapy and diffusion. For all other uses carefully dilute with the carrier oil of your choice prior to use. Please consult a certified aromatherapist or essential oil book for dilution rates and other uses.
Always dilute before using other than aromatherapy.
Keep out of reach of children and pets.
Avoid contact with eyes. For external use only.
If pregnant or nursing please consult a health professional before use.
Essential oils are highly concentrated and should be used with care.
Never apply undiluted onto the skin
Never ingest essential oils
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