Eucalyptus Pure Essential Oil

Eucalyptus pure essential oil is obtained from the leaves and branches of the eucalyptus tree, also known as Eucalyptus Globulus. The oil is extracted through steam distillation, which used about 110 pounds of Eucalyptus tree to make 2 pounds of oil.

The main therapeutic ingredient in eucalyptus essential oil is eucalyptol, and it has very strong germicidal and disinfectant properties. In addition it helps to relieve exhaustion and mental sluggishness.

You can suppress coughs by making a compress with the oil, and massage into your chest.

Do you need to disinfect a room where someone is or was sick. Spray some oil into the air, and the germicidal properties will kill the germs in the air, giving you a clean room with clean air. No one sick in your home, this is a good for the wintertime, when it is more hard to air out the house.


Eucalyptus for Your Well-Being

You can Apply some eucalyptus oil and massage oil to your pulse or pressure points. Eucalyptus is one of the few oils you can apply directly to the skin.

Do you have infections, apply some eucalyptus oil to the bandage, or gauze, and wrap the wound with it.

Do you have trouble with dandruff? Mix 10 drops of eucalyptus oil with an all natural shampoo, this will help with the dandruff.

Eucalyptus pure essential oil can be used for a variety of conditions. This makes it an excellent addition for your well-being.

Eucalyptus and Sugar Gliders

The ISGA (International Sugar Gliders Association) has designated that Eucalyptus Globulus aka Blue Gum (the only kind we grow and sell) is a “Safe Plant” for sugar gliders.

According to the Tasmanian Primary Industries and Water Department: “Sugar gliders have a sweet tooth – their diet consists of flower nectar, acacia gum, eucalypt sap and insects. One study of a Victorian population showed that individuals spent about 43% of their foraging time feeding on gum, 12% on eucalypt sap and 28% on searching for invertebrates.” and that they are: “well adapted to a diet of eucalypt leaves…”