A large tree native to Australia that likes light-filled areas. It is characterised by its reddish branches. Its fragrant leaves are distilled to produce an essential oil with sweet and very fresh notes.
Most frequent uses
Respiratory tract :
Soft olfaction +++
Skin use: +++
Bathing: ++ +++
Body: ++ ++ Hair
This eucalyptus provides a well-tolerated essential oil that is widely used in aromatherapy. Its essential oil contains mainly 1.8 cineole (or eucalyptol), as well as monoterpenols and monoterpenes. The 1.8 cineole is in the majority but does not exceed 70%. This essential oil is known for its mildness and safety.
Soothing, supports breathing.
Helps to keep the mind clear, promotes concentration and mental effort.
Invigorating, brings energy and endurance.
When diffused with other essential oils, it purifies the indoor air.
Purifies and refreshes problematic skin.
This essential oil is an excellent neurotonic, whose action is mainly mental, favouring memory and intellectual acuity. In this respect, it can be compared to Rosemary officinalis CT 1.8 cineole, which is very similar to it.
The information provided in this Guide to Essential Oils is for information purposes only: it is a summary of the properties described in recognised aromatherapy books and/or in accordance with ancestral and popular traditions. The properties presented are taken from the works cited in the bibliography above. This is in no way a medical information or a list of indications.
Precautions for use
Food supplement. Not a substitute for a varied diet or a healthy lifestyle. Do not exceed the recommended daily dose (2 drops 3 times a day, maximum 240mg).
Not recommended for pregnant and breastfeeding women and children under 6 years of age, without medical advice.
Not recommended for people with epilepsy or a history of convulsions.
Not recommended for asthmatics (inhalation or diffusion).
Do not use cineole essential oils in asthmatics, as a first line of defence, without medical advice.
Given its cineole content, there is a proven risk of drug interaction: do not administer orally without medical advice if you are taking medication.
Always prefer to use it by the skin or by inhalation.
Do not exceed two weeks of use.
Risk of allergy (limonene): take care not to overdose in mixtures. An elbow test is recommended prior to any skin application (at least 48 hours before use).
Keep out of reach of children.
Avoid contact with the eyes.
Keep away from sources of heat and light.
- EMOTIONAL IMPACT
Promote lucidity and mental acuity
- OLFACTORY NOTES
- Skin type
Oily skin, blemished skin
- Slow cosmétique label
Dripping nose, Focus, General tonus & Energy, Respiratory comfort, Small winter ailments