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7 Uses for Eucalyptus Oil

Eucalyptus oil may not be voted as one of the earthiest, pretties, sweetest, or fruitiest essential oils, but it sure is versatile and beneficial. Extracted from the leaves of eucalyptus trees, it is believed that eucalyptus oil was one of the first medicines used by Australian Aboriginal tribes. Today, it is considered a staple in any essential oils collection of any size. Below are a few of the many uses and benefits of eucalyptus essential oil.



Benefits of Eucalyptus Oil

If you have a cold, sore throat, cough, nasal congestion, asthma, sinusitis, or bronchitis, eucalyptus will become your best friend. Mix it with a carrier oil to rub on your chest. The vapors dilate blood vessels and calm the throat thereby allowing the lungs to receive more oxygen. Inhaling eucalyptus oil can also help you soothe and relieve congestion. You can apply a few drops to your hands or hold over your nose to breathe in while in the shower to promote clear breathing.


Eucalyptus Plant

The antiseptic qualities of this essential oil make it ideal to apply to burns, sores, cuts, abrasions, and insect bites and stings. It soothes the area and also protects the wound against infection. You can miss a few drops of eucalyptus oil together with a pure aloe vera gel to soothe and repair the wound instantly. Or you can also opt to use a carrier oil such as coconut oil to apply to the affected area.


Eucalyptus leaves

Keep a blend of eucalyptus essential oil and your favorite carrier oil mixed in a container to apply to aching muscles. Make sure you use diluted eucalyptus oil when applying to your body to avoid skin irritations and allergies. It is also ideal for sore joints, sprained ligaments, arthritis, and nerve pain.


Eucalyptus as a natural antiseptic

This oil's germicidal and antibacterial properties make it ideal to add to your toothpaste or use as a mouthwash. 


Eucalyptus oil soothes insect bites

Not only will eucalyptus help keep the mosquitoes away while you are outside; it can be sprayed throughout the home as a natural bug repellent. Do you know what insect hates eucalyptus the most? Spiders! Spray it around your doors and on window screens, too. You can dab it on the outside of your dog's collar to help keep fleas and mosquitoes away, too.



Add it to your diffuser for a fresh and clean fragrance. While it makes your home smell great, it will also be kipping bacteria and viruses, too.



If you suffer from poor circulation massage the oil topically to the area. This makes eucalyptus oil perfect for diabetics since many people with this condition have poor circulation, which can be extremely dangerous.

Eucalyptus oil has an array of health benefits due to its powerful properties. Applying eucalyptus oil or even just inhaling it can help you get rid of mental exhaustion and fever. It is also a versatile oil as it can be used as a floor cleaner, bathroom cleaner, and a natural sunscreen.