Organic Eucalyptus Essential Oil – Master of All Herbs

by tracey

EucalyptusLeavesA bottle of organic eucalyptus oil is one thing that can be found in every aromatherapy practitioner or enthusiast’s bag. This is not because it is the best selling organic oil in the market, but it is because they are aware of the amazing healing qualities of this popular herb. Often considered to be the “master of all herbs”, organic eucalyptus oil can be put to a lot of uses.

Organic eucalyptus oil is derived from the leaves of the Eucalyptus tree and is one of the most volatile oils. This tree can be found in countries like Australia, India, South Africa etc. and its leaves have been used by the natives of these countries to heal various types of ailments.

Organic eucalyptus oil can be used as antiseptic, antibacterial, antispasmodic, anti-inflammatory, deodorant and even decongestant. Eucalyptus helps ease throat infections, colds, flu, coughs, sinusitis and asthma. It helps to clear the head and is excellent for infections, illnesses and fevers.

Soap.Small.HandcraftedOne of my favourite blends with Eucalyptus oil is the natural handcrafted soap containing eucalyptus pure essential oil, lemon pure essential oil, lemon myrtle pure essential oil and may chang pure essential oil. This is a wonderful natural soap for helping to relieve aches and pains, mild stress and anxiety and is generally refreshing and soothing. It also helps improve skin suppleness.

Visit our online shop www.essentialhealth.com.au for a large range of organic pure essential oils and massage oils, handcrafted natural soaps, meditation CD’s, inspirational books and 100% Natural Headlice products this Xmas Season.

Treat yourself to a Gift from Nature with Natural Pure Essential Oils or Massage Oils.

Wishing everyone a Pure & Natural, Nurturing and Nourishing Festive Season!

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