Pansari's 100% Pure Eucalyptus Oil
Originally native to Australia, eucalyptus trees are now grown all over the world and used for their medicinal properties. Their healing power comes from eucalyptus oil, which is made from the tree’s oval-shaped leaves.
Eucalyptus oil has antifungal properties which combat the yeast-like fungus malassezia, the most common cause of dandruff. Simply mix two to four drops of eucalyptus oil with one to two tablespoons of coconut oil, apply to the scalp, wait 20 minutes, then rinse thoroughly.
It Relieves Sunburn.
Eucalyptus oil has anti-inflammatory and pain-relieving properties, coupled with its natural cooling sensation, make eucalyptus oil ideal for soothing a painful sunburn. Antibacterial properties also protect the skin from infection.
In a spray bottle pour 100ml calendula hydrosoul, 2 to 3 drops of Eucalyptus oil and a tbsp of fresh aloe vera gel, shake it well and spray on skin for relief. This also can be a refreshing spray that can cool you down on a hot summer day.
Eucalyptus oil has been used to relieve coughing for many years. Many cough medications have eucalyptus oil as one of their active ingredients. Eucalyptus oil can be rubbed on the chest and throat to relieve cough symptoms from the common cold or flu.
Eucalyptus oil can not only silence a cough but it can also help to get the mucus out of your chest.
Keep the bugs away
Mosquitoes and other biting insects carry diseases that can be dangerous to our health. Lemon and eucalyptus oil are the best and an effective choice for those Who are reluctant to use repellants made with strong chemicals.
Soothe Cold Sores
The anti-inflammatory properties of eucalyptus can ease symptoms of herpes. Applying eucalyptus oil to a cold sore may reduce pain and speed up the healing process.
Mint isn’t the only weapon against stinky breath. Because of its antibacterial properties, eucalyptus oil can be used to fight the germs that cause mouth odor. Some mouthwashes and toothpastes contain the eucalyptus oil as an active ingredient.
It’s possible that eucalyptus products may also help prevent plaque buildup on the teeth and gums by attacking the bacteria that cause tooth decay.
Ease Joint Pain
Eucalyptus oil may also ease joint pain. Eucalyptus oil helps to reduce pain and inflammation associated with many conditions. It may also be helpful to people experiencing back pain or those recovering from a joint or muscle injury.
Keep the Rats away
Keep the rats away with a eucalyptus oil solution. Spray it regularly in places where you see them. It’s kinder to the environment than harsh chemicals.
Eucalyptus oil has antimicrobial, antiviral, and antifungal properties which makes this oil an effective household disinfectant, especially if you are super sensitive to harsh chemical cleaners. Use a solution of water, white vinegar, and a few drops of eucalyptus oil to wipe down surfaces.
Create your own antiseptic wash at home for cuts, scrapes, and burns. Add 10 drops of eucalyptus oil to two cups of water and combine in a spray bottle. Spray a damp, clean cloth and wipe the wound.
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This information is not intended to diagnose, treat, cure, or prevent any disease.