Natural eucalyptus essential oil is obtained by distillation of leaves and twigs of Eucalyptus globulus. Eucalyptus is a plant used very often in natural medicine, in the cosmetics and perfume industry.
Eucalyptus oil for infections
Before the era of antibiotics, eucalyptus in the form of alcohol and water extracts was used to treat infections and infections of various origins. Eucalyptus was used both externally for skin infections and internally for the treatment of respiratory and digestive infections. Eucalyptus essential oil has a strong bacteriostatic effect (inhibits the multiplication of bacteria), bactericidal, fungicidal, it is also effective in fighting viruses and protozoa.
Eucalyptus oil for influenza and cold
Eucalyptus oil is very effective in treating upper respiratory tract infections. Acting antiseptically, they alleviate the course of infection, additionally dilute the secretion in the bronchi, expand the bronchi, facilitate the deformation. The oil is recommended for flu, cold, angina, inflammation, bronchitis. It can be used externally on the skin, when rubbed in warms up and has an analgesic effect and reduces fever. The oil can also be used in the form of inhalation.
Eucalyptus oil for mycosis
In external application, eucalyptus oil is very effective in combating skin mycosis, it should be rubbed into the infected skin in a small dilution. The oil can also be used preventively. Formerly, eucalyptus oil was also used in the mycosis of internal organs.
The eucalyptus essential oil rubbed into the skin also acts as an analgesic, so it is recommended for neuralgia and rheumatism. Aromatherapy with essential oil Essential oil used in the form of aromatherapy, eg with the help of a fireplace, it has a stimulating effect, improves concentration, improves mood and gives energy. For this reason, it is often sprayed in large office buildings. Aromatherapy with eucalyptus oil can therefore be used during a great mental effort, during learning and mental work.
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