HOW TO USE
Bath: Add 8–10 drops of eucalyptus radiata to each ounce of salt (Pink Himalayan Salt or Epsom Salts). Use 1 tablespoon of that blended salt and mix with 1 tablespoon of milk or carrier oil. Add to a full warm bath to relieve respiratory conditions, fever, joint pain and muscular aches.
Chest Cold: Blend 6 drops eucalyptus radiata into 1 oz. of carrier or unscented lotion. Massage into chest, neck and upper back area.
Colds, Sinus & Flu: Add a few drops of eucalyptus radiata to a steam blend to help break up mucous in the sinuses and chest. For example, place 3–4 drops of oil into a bowl of steaming water. Place a towel over your head, close your eyes, and breathe in the vapors
Diffuser: Use eucalyptus radiata in a diffuser throughout the house as a preventative measure. The antiseptic and deodorant nature of eucalyptus oil makes it a perfect room freshener for hospitals. It also kills bacteria and germs in the air, keeping the environment of the rooms clean and sterilized.
Fevers and Reducing Body Temperature: Eucalyptus oil is also known as “fever oil”. Blend 4 drops of eucalyptus radiata oil and 3 drops peppermint oil into 1 oz. carrier oil or unscented lotion. Massage into bottom of feet to help reduce fevers.
Headaches: Blend 5 drops of eucalyptus and 4 drops of lavender into 1 oz. carrier oil or unscented lotion. Massage into neck area.
House Cleaning: Try adding a few drops in your homemade cleaning products. It has a great aroma that leaves you wanting to spring clean all day long!
Inhaler: See Breathe recipe in recipes tab.
Insect Bites & Stings: Blend 10–12 drops of eucalyptus oil into 1 oz. of aloe vera gel. Apply to insect bite as often as needed.
Joint Pain: See Pain Relief Blend in recipes tab.
Sore Stiff Muscles: See Pain Relief Blend in recipes tab.
Sprains: See Pain Relief Blend in recipes tab.
Wounds, Burns and Abrasions: Blend 10–12 drops of Eucalyptus oil into 1 oz. of aloe vera gel. Apply to abrasions as often as needed.
Always dilute essential oils with a carrier oil.