Eucalyptus (Radiata) Essential Oil

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Latin Name Eucalyptus radiata
At a Glance It is most commonly used for respiratory issues (as are many oxides). Use in a steam inhalation, diffuser, or inhaler to prevent illness during the cold and flu season. Eucalyptus helps break down mucus while being cooling...continued below
Cultivation Certified Organic, South Africa
Properties decongestant, expectorant, mucolytic
Chemistry 1,8 cineole (66.68%), limonene (6.44%), a-pinene (2.50%)
Steam Distilled April 2019
Shelf Life 3 Years (approx.)

INTRODUCTION AND USAGE

Used interchangeably with and containing similar "Eucalyptol (1,8 cineole)" content as single distilled globulus, Eucalyptus radiata has the additional benefits of sweet fruit and floral notes, skin-friendlier chemistry, and more stable shelf life. Like many oxide-rich oils, Eucalyptus radiata is most commonly used for respiratory support issues. Learn more about Eucalyptus radiata on our blog.

For skin application, add just 1 drop to 1 teaspoon unscented lotion or organic carrier oil and gently massage into the skin as needed for respiratory relief or sore muscles. Add a few drops to an ultrasonic diffuser, a steam inhalation or inhaler to prevent illness during the cold and flu season. 

Consider pairing with peppermint for a cooling effect or lavender for calming.

GENERAL PROFILE:

Botanical Name: Eucalyptus radiata
Botanical Family:
Myrtaceae
Plant Part:
leaves
Chemical Family:
Oxides (Ethers)
Aroma:
Camphoraceous with sweet floral notes
Note:
top/middle
Color: 
Clear

CHEMISTRY REPORTS:

EUCR-1004 - CURRENT BATCH

EUCR-1003
EUCR-1002
EUCR-1001

 ENERGETICS

Chakra: - Sacral (2nd), Heart (4th), and Third Eye (6th)

Eucalyptus radiata is energizing and mentally stimulating. It allows us to focus and concentrate as well as providing clarity and a new perspective.

SAFETY:  

For external use only. Do not use essential oils near infants. It is not recommended to use 1,8 cineole rich oils on or around young children. Use extreme caution with asthmatics as the opposite effects may occur. Use oils within peak freshness to avoid skin irritation, sensitization, or potential headaches.

Alternative respiratory health oils for children and elderly include Frankincense, Cedarwood, and Rosalina. Also consider blending Eucalyptus Radiata with skin friendly oils to achieve a lower 1,8 cineole content in your blend.

 

For educational purposes only. This information has not been evaluated by the Food and Drug Administration. This information is not intended to diagnose, treat, cure, or prevent any disease. Please consult your medical professional before use. 

 

Latin Name:
Eucalyptus radiata
At a Glance:
It is most commonly used for respiratory issues (as are many oxides). Use in a steam inhalation, diffuser, or inhaler to prevent illness during the cold and flu season. Eucalyptus helps break down mucus while being cooling...continued below
Cultivation:
Certified Organic, South Africa
Properties:
decongestant, expectorant, mucolytic
Chemistry:
1,8 cineole (66.68%), limonene (6.44%), a-pinene (2.50%)
Steam Distilled:
April 2019
Shelf Life:
3 Years (approx.)