has a fresh, penetrating scent. It contains a high percentage of the constituent eucalyptol, a key ingredient in many mouth rinses. Applied topically, it is often used to support the respiratory system and to soothe muscles after exercise.
How to use:
Diffuse, apply topically, or add to food or water as a dietary supplement. When using as a supplement, dilute one drop in 4 fl. oz. of liquid such as goat’s or rice milk. Possible skin sensitivity. If pregnant or under a doctor’s care, consult your physician. Do not use near fire, flame, heat or sparks. Dilution recommended for both topical and internal uses. Dilute before using on sensitive areas such as the face, neck, genital area, etc. Keep out of reach of children. Avoid using on infants and very small children.
Respiratory/sinus infection, decongestant, rheumatism/arthritis, antifungal (candida), antiviral, antiseptic, expectorant, blood sugar instability, coughs, throat irritations.
Where else is Eucalyptus Globulus Found?
has a crisp, invigorating aroma. This species is high in phellandrene and low in eucalyptol. It has a different, more specific antibacterial action than other eucalyptus oils. It is excellent for use in topical application, as it may be less irritating to the skin than other eucalyptus varieties.
How to use:
Diffuse, apply topically, or add to food or water as a dietary supplement. Possible skin sensitivity. If pregnant or under a doctor’s care, consult your physician. Avoid prolonged, direct inhalation.
Hypertension, throat/lung infection, diuretic
is one of the strongest eucalyptus oils. This variety is high in eucalyptol (up to 95 percent) and is great for topical application or diffusing.
How to use:
Diffuse or apply topically. Possible skin sensitivity. If pregnant or under a doctor’s care, consult your physician.
Acne, urinary tract/ bladder infection, viral infection (herpes), anti-infectious, antiviral, antibacterial, anti-inflammatory, expectorant, dries up mucus, insect repellent
is cooling, refreshing, and energizing. Lighter in smell than Eucalyptus Globulus, it has many of the same supportive properties. Because it is relatively gentle and nonirritating, it is the preferred choice for children. This variety is one of the most versatile of the eucalyptus pure essential oils and is suitable for topical use, diffusing, and even direct inhalation. It has long been an ingredient in some of Young Living’s most popular blends.
How to use:
Diffuse, rub on bottom of feet, apply topically on location, or directly inhale. Possible skin sensitivity. If pregnant or under a doctor’s care, consult your physician.
Respiratory/sinus infection, antibacterial, expectorant, anti-inflammatory, viral infection (fights Herpes simplex when combined with bergamot oil).
Where else is Eucalyptus Radiata found?
EUCALYPTUS BLUE has an expansive effect that can be both calming and invigorating. It feels cool to the skin and warm to the muscles. For centuries the native people of Ecuador have used the disinfecting leaves of this tree to cover wounds and to repel insects. Eucalyptus Blue essential oil has the highest amount of alpha-pinene among any of the eucalyptus essential oils, as well
as high levels of the powerful eucalyptol.
How to Use: Diffuse, inhale directly, or dilute one part essential oil with one part carrier oil such as Young Living’s V-6™ Enhanced Vegetable Oil Complex. CAUTION: Do not use Eucalyptus Blue as a dietary supplement. Large amounts of eucalyptus may be toxic.
Supports respiratory function, helps soothe away muscle tension when applied topically and relaxes the body after exercise.
*Statements have not been evaluated by the Food and Drug Administration. This product is not intended to diagnose, treat, cure, or prevent any disease.