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Eucalyptus Lemon Essential Oil

Uses of lemon eucalyptus essential oil

Dry eucalyptus leaves contain from 1.5 to 3% essential oil, colorless or pale yellow. The oil is found in large spherical containers immersed in the pulp of the leaf.

Eucalyptus oil has bactericidal properties due to ozone that is formed in it when it comes into contact with air.

The disinfecting effect of eucalyptus essential oil is 3 times greater than the effect of carbolic acid, but much less toxic.

As an antiseptic, lemon eucalyptus oil is used for wet inhalation for diseases of the upper respiratory tract and nasopharynx. It is effective for laryngitis, tracheitis, bronchitis, pleurisy, abscesses.

Eucalyptus essential oil, dissolved in sunflower oil (2: 100), is a good remedy for lubricating the sinuses with flu and colds.

Eucalyptus oil is used as a disinfectant for washing infectious wounds, ulcers; with purulent mastitis, open fractures, chronic osteomyelitis, etc.

Eucalyptus oil is successfully used in gynecology - for erosion, cervical ulcers. It also helps with fungal diseases of the feet (athlete's foot) and herpes sores.

Prescribe lemon eucalyptus oil as a pain reliever for neuralgia, rheumatism, radiculitis, lumbago. It relieves muscle tension and stress.

ATTENTION! Care should be taken when using eucalyptus oil because it, like most essential oils, is dangerous in large doses.

Do not take lemon eucalyptus oil inside - remember that eucalyptus oil can lead to poisoning and even death.

Lemon eucalyptus oil is one of the 15 most effective essential oils (laurel, clary sage, lavender, rosemary, peppermint, tarragon wormwood, tea tree, thyme, ylang-ylang, etc.) used in aromatherapy.

Lemon eucalyptus essential oil, which has deodorizing properties, has long been used in the production of dry perfumes, for the manufacture of aromatic pillows - sachets.

In everyday life, eucalyptus oil is also used to repel insects: mosquitoes, mosquitoes, ants, etc.

Cosmetic action

Used in the healing of wounds or burns. For the fastest healing of surgical sutures or for burns, European surgeons apply gauze soaked in eucalyptus citriodora essence to wounds. Lemon-scented eucalyptus essential oil is also used against dandruff.

For all skin types with various skin infections and inflammations.

Has anti-inflammatory and antiseptic effect, eliminating acne and herpes rash, furunculosis. It relieves and regenerates damaged skin after burns, wounds and frostbite.

It normalizes the work of the sebaceous glands, helps to eliminate acne, has a whitening effect, relieves dandruff, prevents hair loss, heals herpes. Eucalyptus eliminates burns associated with undiluted "hard" essential oils on the skin. Eliminates dandruff, prevents hair loss. It is used to whiten the skin, deodorize the skin.

It has antiseptic, antibacterial, antiviral, anti-inflammatory, expectorant, analgesic, antispasmodic, antipyretic and diaphoretic action, stimulates tissue regeneration, relieves edema, promotes oxygen saturation of the blood, lowers blood sugar. Effective for bronchitis, cough, rheumatism, arthritis, neuralgia.