Eucalyptus Radiata

AroMeds Eucalyptus radiata is organically grown and the leaves are steam distilled in South Africa. It is in the myrtaceae plant family, and a top-middle note with a camphoraceous, fresh, clearing aroma.

Uses-

  • Eucalyptus radiata has similar therapeutic qualities as eucalyptus globulus, but is better suited for elderly or those more frail in a 1% dilution (5-6 drops per 1 ounce of carrier), because it is milder, with a less pronounced camphorous aroma
  • Useful for all respiratory conditions as it is rich in the chemical constituent 1,8 cineole. Excellent decongestant for colds, sinusitis and flu, as it stimulates cold receptors in the nares.
  • Has beneficial antiviral and antibacterial action.
  • It is an analgesic, relieving aches, pains, neuralgia, insect bites and headaches
  • Natural insect repellent

 Emotional Support- eucalyptus can encourage emotional balance, concentration, centering and rationality.

    Blends well with- cypress, frankincense, balsam fir, geranium, ginger, lavender, lemon, orange, grapefruit, juniper berry, rosemary, balsam fir, peppermint, tea tree, thyme ct thymol

    Notes of interest- Battaglia states," Davis recommends using E.radiata to alleviate the acute pain of shingles. She recommends blending it with bergamot for the treatment of cold sores and genital herpes."

    Modes of Application- massage, compress, bath, salve, direct inhalation, diffuser, steam inhalation

    Safety data-  Do not use eucalyptus on or near the faces of infants or children under the age of 10. The 1,8 cineole in the oil can be irritating to those prone to dermatitis. Skin sensitization possible if using old and/or oxidized oils. Essential Oils are typically used externally through inhalation and topical application while properly diluted. Do not take internally unless working with a qualified aromatherapy practitioner to address a specific health need, for a specified amount of time. Keep away from children and pets.

    Resources-

    Battaglia, S. The Complete Guide to Aromatherapy, Second Edition. The International Centre of Holistic Aromatherapy, Australia, 2003.

    Tisserand, R and Young, R. Essential Oil Safety, A Guide for Health Care Professionals, Second Edition, Churchill Livingston Elsevier, 2014.

    Worwood, V.A. Aromatherapy for the Soul, New World Library, 1999.

    Please note: Information and statements provided by AroMed Aromatherapy and Lauren Andrews RN, CA, have not been evaluated by the FDA and are not intended to diagnose, treat, cure or prevent any health condition or disease. Information and interest only. The information is not designed for self-diagnosis. If you are concerned about a healthcare issue, see your doctor, specialist or ND. Please note that AroMed Aromatherapy accepts no liability for misuse of essential oils or other products.


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