Lemon Eucalyptus oil
Firstly. stimulate your senses and repel mosquitoes safely with our oil. Next, the plant compounds can be more effective on insects than DEET, a harsh chemical that can cause allergies. Lastly, vital and invigorating, you can also use Lemon Eucalyptus oil for aches and pains, to boost immunity and relieve respiratory issues.
How to use
FOR YOUR BODY
First of all, it is deal for a refreshing boost, it has high levels of citronellal, which is great for cleansing the skin. Next, it can also stimulate the immune system, is high in antioxidants and targets bacteria in the respiratory system. Lastly, when added to massage oil, it works like a charm on aching muscles.
Initially, when you feel stuffed up and wheezy, it clears and widens airways and can relieve sinusitis. Following this, its antimicrobial compounds help the body get rid of the microorganisms that cause the allergies and colds.
“Take a breath” blend
2 drops Frankincense oil
3 drops Eucalyptus oil
Add to water in a diffuser.
For niggling pain from osteoarthritis, or from an overly vigorous workout, the anti-inflammatory action eases aching joints. Create a massage blend by mixing:
3-5 drops Lemon Eucalyptus oil
1 tablespoon of carrier oil (coconut, olive, jojoba)
First of all, studies show it can inhibit various types of fungus. Next, use it topically by blending a few drops with 2 teaspoons of carrier oil.
FOR YOUR MIND
Firstly, for your mind, it offers twin benefits: it’s both invigorating and calming, soothing your nerves and awakening your mind. Following this, after a hard day, add a few drops o a diffuser and let your mind relax. In conclusion, if you need an instant pick-me-up, you can also add 1–2 drops to your palms, rub them together and inhale deeply.
FOR YOUR SPIRIT
To start, if you feel lost or your spirit is weak, it s purifying and cleansing. Secondly, it can help you become aware of your unique gifts, bolster your spirit and set you on your life path. In conclusion, it can clear negative thoughts that are held in the lungs holding you back from realising and reaching your fullest potential.
is connected to the heart and third-eye chakras: perspective, clarity, purification and protection.
“See beyond” blend
6 drops Bergamot oil
5 drops Lemon oil
6 drops Lemon Eucalyptus oil
Add with water to a diffuser.
FOR YOUR DAILY LIFE
Create one of the most powerful natural bug repellents, by mixing:
- 12 drops Lemon Eucalyptus oil
- 2 drops Grapefruit oil
- 3 drops Cedarwood oil
- 2 drops Citronella oil
- 30ml water
Add all the ingredients to a spray bottle and use to prevent bites by mosquitoes, ticks, flies and other insects. You can also put a few drops on the brim of your hat to keep insects away.
Dispense several drops in a ring around a patio or outdoor seating area to deter bugs and insects.
The citronellal in Lemon Eucalyptus oil can clear the air and discourage germs. Use a few drops in a diffuser or create a surface spray by adding 10 drops to water.
Add a couple of drops to your laundry powder or liquid to ramp up its cleaning and deodorising power.
100% organic Lemon Eucalyptus oil oil
Steam distilled from fresh lemon eucalyptus leaves
Botanical Name: Eucalyptus Citriodora
Country of Origin: Brazil
Aroma: fresh, balsamic, citrus, slightly medicinal
Chemical constituents: Citronellal, citronellol, p-menthane-diol
What does Lemon Eucalyptus oil oil blend with?
Blends well with:
Cedarwood oil, Lavender oil, Peppermint oil, Rosemary oil, Thyme oil
If you are pregnant, suffering from any medical condition, or taking medication, consult a health care practitioner before use.
Lemon Eucalyptus oil may irritate the skin, always dilute it with a carrier oil. It is not for internal use. Test some diluted Lemon Eucalyptus oil on a small patch of skin before using it on larger areas.
Keep out of reach of children
If sensitivity occurs, discontinue use.
Avoid contact with eyes and sensitive areas of the body.