Eucalyptus oil is very refreshing, uplifting and soothing to the mind. It may help with inflammatory, musculoskeletal, respiratory, skin penetration, antiviral, antifungal and mucolytic conditions. It may help to cool mental tension too.

Aroma:  Uplifting, soothing, refreshing

How to use: Add 5-6 drops of eucalyptus oil to one ounce of a carrier oil such as; coconut, almond, olive, grapeseed oil and mix. Apply to feet, arms or legs (Perform a small patch test for skin sensitivity to oil or carrier). If you have a diffuser; add 4-5 drops in a diffuser with water and diffuse into air. Also, may be added to cleaning products.

Do not take internally unless guided by a qualified practitioner.

Aroma:  Uplifting, soothing, fresh .

Product Information:

Botanical Name: Eucalyptus globulus

Country of Origin: China

Extraction Method: Steamed Distilled

Plant Part: Leaves

Note: Top – Middle

Blends with: Lemon, Peppermint, Tea Tree, Black Pepper, Rosemary, Lavender

Safety: This essential oil should be avoided with children under ten years old near face or skin. Caution with asthmatics. The recommended topical application is up to 3%.

External use only

Shelf Life: 0-3 years Keep sealed tightly and stored in dark place.




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Solstice Aromatics

GC/MS EUC-0001


Eucalyptus globulus


 Major Components: 

1,8-CINEOLE 82.0

α-PINENE 5.0






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