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Organoveda™ Lemon Eucalyptus Essential Oil

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Lemon-scented eucalyptus has sweet rosy-citronella notes while retaining the therapeutic qualities of its more camphoraceous counterparts.

  • Botanical Name: Eucalyptus citriodora
  • Family: Myrtaceae
  • Composition: 100% Pure Eucalyptus Essential Oil
  • Origin: India
  • Method of Extraction: Steam Distillation
  • Cultivation/Harvesting: Conventional
  • Plant Part: Leaves, young twigs
  • Color: Clear to pale yellow
  • Bottle Size: 15 mL

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Organoveda’s light and refreshing lemon eucalyptus oil has sweet citronella notes that benefit the respiratory tract and immune system. A clean, air brightening eucalyptus variety that retains the full complement of therapeutic qualities of its more camphoraceous counterparts, this citriodora variety is organically distilled from leaves and twigs of the lemon eucalyptus tree in India.

Our lemon eucalyptus oil has a stand-alone aroma, yet it functions therapeutically in the same manner as our more common camphoraceous varieties. This oil brings an energizing citrus sweetness to the aromatherapy application that is quite different from the typical cooling, penetrating fragrance of eucalyptus.

Eucalyptus has an affinity for enhancing the breath, making it suitable for topical application as well as for direct inhalation for supporting the whole family’s healthy breathing during challenging winter months. Its powerful properties make eucalyptus oil a star support for direct inhalation or in diffuser therapy.

Cleansing and penetrating, eucalyptus oil may be used to support clearing the body and energizing the mind when tired and overworked. It may also be used topically or in a spritzer as an insect repellent. Eucalyptus can be safely and effectively added to many household cleaners: just add a few drops to your cleaning products for a fresh boost in scent and cleaning efficiency.

Eucalyptus has a refreshing and stimulating action on the mind, helping to improve concentration. It is associated with the alleviation of grief and sorrow, as well as with opening the heart and intellect while equalizing the emotions. Adding lemon-scented eucalyptus to your diffuser blends will add a crispness that can balance the sweetness of floral or the intensity of citrus scents.

Lemon-scented eucalyptus is a clean, air brightening eucalyptus variety distilled organically from the leaves and twigs of the lemon eucalyptus tree in India.

Eucalyptus oil can be applied topically (in at least 50-50 dilution), as a compress, in the bath, through direct inhalation, or used with a diffuser.
• Diffuser: Diffuse it in your home or office to help purify the air. Can be used whenever citrus and floral notes are desired to balance out the classic, cooling scent of eucalyptus.
• Fresh Air: Add a few drops to water in a spray bottle to reduce pet odors and to freshen the air.
• Chest Rub: Add several drops to ½ oz of sesame oil and apply as a chest rub to encourage open and clear breath.
• Comfortable Body: Massage diluted eucalyptus oil (2% eucalyptus, 98% carrier oil) into skin as needed to promote feelings of comfort in the body and joints.
• Clear and Uplift: Inhale (direct palm) eucalyptus oil to lift the mood.
• Repellant: Diffuse eucalyptus oil to disinfect and repel insects.

There are over 900 different species of eucalyptus, of which at least 500 produce essential oils. Native to Tasmania and Australia where it is a traditional home remedy, the leaves of this tree are smoked to improve difficulties in breathing.
Approved as a food additive, the oil is used in the preparation of liniments, inhalants, cough syrups, toothpastes and as a pharmaceutical flavoring. It is also used in veterinary care and dentistry and as a fragrance component in soaps, detergents and toiletries. A variety of dyes are produced from different parts of the plant.
Africans use the finely powdered bark as an insect repelling dust, while people from around the world use it for anything from maintaining healthy gums to relieving joint discomfort. Australian aborigines traditionally used the leaves to treat wounds. Early Australian settlers named eucalyptus macarthurii the "fever tree" because of its efficacy in treating septic and typhoid fevers.

Eucalyptus oil is non-toxic, non-irritant and non-sensitizing. People with high blood pressure and epilepsy should avoid eucalyptus oil. Excessive use of this oil may cause headaches. Do not take eucalyptus essential oil internally.

• Respiratory Support Blend: 4 drops peppermint oil, 2 drops eucalyptus oil and 4 drops camphor oil. Add to steaming water and inhale several times daily, or add to ½ oz unscented balm and rub on chest as needed.
• Household Cleanser Spray: 12 drops pine oil, 12 drops eucalyptus, 12 drops tea tree oil and 12 drops lemongrass mixed with water in an 8 oz spray bottle.
• Bug and Mosquito Spray: 8 drops lemongrass oil, 8 drops citronella oil, 8 drops eucalyptus oil, 8 drops pine oil, 4 drops peppermint oil mixed with 4 oz of distilled water in spray bottle. Shake and spray to repel bugs and soothe bites.
• Free Breath: 2 drops cedarwood oil, 4 drops camphor oil, 4 drops lavender oil and 2 drops eucalyptus. Diffuse, use inhalation therapy, or mix several drops in 1 oz of carrier oil and apply topically to chest.

• Perfumery Note: Top
• Odor: Camphorous, citronella-like, lemony-herbaceous, woody undertone, with a sweet, clean dryout
• Strength of Initial Aroma: Medium
• Blends Well With: all mints: herbaceous oils such as thyme oil, rosemary oil, and marjoram oil; tree oils such as pine oil, spruce oil, and fir oil; florals like geranium oil, and lavender oil; wood oils cedar wood oil and sandalwood oil and lemon oil

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