eucalyptus essential oil

Eucalyptus globulus

Eucalyptus trees are of the most abundant species on the planet, with nearly 700 distinct species around the world. The most common version of the essential oil, containing larger quantities of cineol, can be applied for a variety of symptoms including fever and skin irritation, in addition to joint and muscle pain relief. The natural “warming, then cooling” properties of the oil make it a nice addition to massage oils and lotions, but it can also be used in a diffuser when focusing on respiratory or sinus symptoms.

Origin: Australia

Method: Steam Distilled

Plant part: Leaves

Amount: 10mL (0.32 fl. oz.)

Therapeutic/Home Uses of Eucalyptus essential oil:

  • Skin Care: Applied often for burns, cuts, and blisters, as well as insect bites and skin infections.
  • Muscle and Joint Care: Used in lotions and massage oils to reduce muscle and joint pain from arthritis or exertion.
  • Respiratory Conditions: Commonly used externally to relieve symptoms of chest colds and bronchitis, as well as asthma and sinusitis.
  • Immune System: Can interrupt symptoms of cold and ‘flu.

Other uses of Eucalyptus essential oil:

Eucalyptus oil constituents are commonly used as flavorings in pharmaceuticals as well as toothpastes. The scent is often employed in fragrances for soaps, detergents, and toiletries.

Safety information regarding Eucalyptus essential oil:

Eucalyptus oil is virtually non-irritant (excluding cases of allergy) when applied externally or when diluted in a diffuser. Eucalyptus oil should NOT be used undiluted, and should NEVER be swallowed or consumed orally, even in small volumes.

WARNING This oil is NOT meant to refill Corked electronic diffusers. Applying any essential oils dermally or topically should only be done with a diluted solution using a carrier oil. Do not apply essential oils straight to the skin without diluting them or contacting a physician for advice.



Eucalyptus globulus

Eucalyptus trees are of the most abundant species on the planet, with nearly 700 distinct species around the world. The most common version of the essential oil, containing larger quantities of cineol, can be applied for a variety of symptoms including fever and skin irritation, in addition to joint and muscle pain relief. The natural “warming, then cooling” properties of the oil make it a nice addition to massage oils and lotions, but it can also be used in a diffuser when focusing on respiratory or sinus symptoms.

Origin: Australia

Method: Steam Distilled

Plant part: Leaves

Amount: 10mL (0.32 fl. oz.)

Therapeutic/Home Uses of Eucalyptus essential oil:

  • Skin Care: Applied often for burns, cuts, and blisters, as well as insect bites and skin infections.
  • Muscle and Joint Care: Used in lotions and massage oils to reduce muscle and joint pain from arthritis or exertion.
  • Respiratory Conditions: Commonly used externally to relieve symptoms of chest colds and bronchitis, as well as asthma and sinusitis.
  • Immune System: Can interrupt symptoms of cold and ‘flu.

Other uses of Eucalyptus essential oil:

Eucalyptus oil constituents are commonly used as flavorings in pharmaceuticals as well as toothpastes. The scent is often employed in fragrances for soaps, detergents, and toiletries.

Safety information regarding Eucalyptus essential oil:

Eucalyptus oil is virtually non-irritant (excluding cases of allergy) when applied externally or when diluted in a diffuser. Eucalyptus oil should NOT be used undiluted, and should NEVER be swallowed or consumed orally, even in small volumes.

*These statements have not been evaluated by the Food and Drug Administration. This product is not intended to diagnose, treat, cure, or prevent any disease. Possible skin sensitivity. Keep out of reach of children. If you are pregnant, nursing, or under a doctor’s care, consult your physician. Avoid contact with eyes, inner ears, and sensitive areas.