Eucalyptus Oil

Eucalyptus Oil

Product Details:

  • Storage Dry Place
  • Raw Material Leaves
  • Volume 100 Milliliter (mL)
  • Product Type Pure Essential Oils
  • Ingredients Herbal Extract
  • Age Group All Age Group, Old Age, Adults, Children, Infants
  • Feature Fragrance Compound, Reduce Pigmentation, Provide Pain Relief
  • Supply Ability : 5000 Bottle Per Week
5 USD ($)
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Price And Quantity

  • 5.00 - 5.00 USD ($)
  • 1500 Bottle
  • 5 USD ($)

Product Specifications

  • Leaves
  • Pure Essential Oils
  • 100 Milliliter (mL)
  • Herbal Extract
  • cool and dry
  • Dry Place
  • All Age Group, Old Age, Adults, Children, Infants
  • 3 Years
  • Fragrance Compound, Reduce Pigmentation, Provide Pain Relief

Trade Information

  • port Klang
  • Paypal, Western Union, Telegraphic Transfer (T/T), Cash on Delivery (COD)
  • 5000 Bottle Per Week
  • 10 Days
  • Yes
  • Sample costs shipping and taxes has to be paid by the buyer
  • 100 ml bottle
  • Africa, Middle East, Asia
  • All India

Product Description

 

Health Benefits

At one time, eucalyptus was thought to be a valuable treatment for diabetes. Although it does appear to cause fluctuations in blood sugar levels, research continues regarding the exact benefits, if any, for diabetics. Other documented medicinal and healthy uses for eucalyptus include:

  • Treatment of respiratory illnesses - Coughs, colds, sore throats, asthma, and congestion appear to respond to medicines containing eucalyptus. Relieve congestion and cough by rubbing eucalyptus oil or ointment into the chest. Another method for relieving congestion and other respiratory problems involves boiling eucalyptus leaves in a tightly covered pot filled with water then removing the pot from heat to inhale the vapors. The plant's oil can be mixed with warm water to create a mouth rinse that helps alleviate sore throats. As an antibacterial, natural decongestant, eucalyptus often reduces the intensity and the duration of respiratory illnesses.
  • Burns, cuts and insect bites - Topically, eucalyptus may be used as an antiseptic reducing the risk of infection and promoting healing.
  • Muscle and joint pains - Rubbing oil from the leaves into the muscles and joints has been known to temporarily relieve pain. Below is a recipe for making your own relaxation massage oil that is great for a soothing massage:

Relaxation Massage Oil
4 drops Lavender
1 drop Petitgrain
1 drop Frankincense
All measurements are per 1 tablespoon of carrier, or base, oil. This blend may be added to a warm bath or used as massage oil.

  • Reducing fevers - A small amount of the oil taken internally may temporarily reduce a fever.
  • Stimulant and stress reliever Eucalyptus leaves and oil provide an aroma that can be useful in dealing with stress and fatigue.
  • Dental care - Eucalyptus oils may be found in mouthwashes and toothpastes because it's a natural bacteria fighter.

  • Bug repellant - In both Honduras and Venezuela, the plant is used to keep bugs away.
  • Parasite deterrent - Guatemalans use eucalyptus to get rid of ringworm and topical parasites.

Household Uses

  • Soaps and cleansers - Commonly found in household cleaners, eucalyptus offers a healthy aroma and strong cleansing abilities. It is often used in spas and saunas for both refreshment and cleansing purposes.

  • Spot and stain remover - There are companies that sell the oil for such purposes, claiming that it doesn't leave a stain and removes tough stains such as gum and ink.
  • Carpet cleaner - In a less concentrated form than the spot remover, eucalyptus spray can be used as a natural carpet cleaner without drenching the carpet.
  • Doing laundry - Adding a teaspoon of oil to heavily soiled loads may clean and refresh them.
  • Garden spray - You can use this spray directly on the base of plants to keep pets away.

For Building

In Australia, eucalyptus trees are often used as timber for building. They are ideal as a building material because they grow very quickly and use does not result in deforestation. In countries where the tree is not a part of the natural habitat, growing eucalyptus has not been as successful. It can have a negative affect on the native flowers and plants, and doesn't appear to grow near as well out of its own habitat. Californiadoes have a form of eucalyptus that is now also marketed for medicinal and household use.

For Animals

Eucalyptus branches can be used as bird perches providing antioxidants and other valuable minerals like calcium and magnesium.  Some breeders use eucalyptus to line bird nests because mites and ticks will not live near the plant.

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