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15ml Eucalyptus Essential Oil Promotion

Eucalyptus Radiata addresses many conditions related to respiratory, immune, and nervous system.

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  People Can Apply:  07/30/2016 - 08/10/2016

  Final Approval Date:  08/18/2016

  Final Shipment Date:  08/20/2016

  Retail purchase price:  $ 15.99

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15ml Eucalyptus Essential Oil

15ml Eucalyptus Essential Oil - Best Quality, 100% Pure, Undiluted, Therapeutic grade, Organic - by HopeWind Health.

Conditions that Eucalyptus Radiata addresses -
Respiratory system: Asthma, bronchitis, catarrh, coughs, congestion, sinusitis.
Immune system: Colds, fevers, flu, infections, sore throat.
Nervous system: Headaches, nervous exhaustion, neuralgia, weakness, fatigue, depression, inability to concentrate.

How To Use: For use on the skin (Topical Application), dilute up to 2-4% in jojoba or hazelnut oil; 2%, the most commonly recommended strength, is approximately 1 teaspoon (5ml) of essential oil per 1 cup (250ml) of carrier oil, or about 10 drops essential oil to a tablespoon (15 ml) of carrier oil. Colds: Diffusion. Bronchitis: Topical Application on chest and back, a total of 3-5% in jojoba or hazelnut oil.

Stuffy nose and mucous congestion: Steam Inhalation. Asthma: Direct Inhalation from the diffuser on a regular basis. Sore throat: Diffusion.

Safety Precautions: Eucalyptus Essential Oils have been found to be non-sensitizing to the skin; however, they are not to be ingested/taken internally, even small amounts. They can irritate the skin if not diluted enough.

History: Although the aboriginal Australians burned the leaves of Eucalyptus Radiata to break fevers, Eucalyptus is a fairly modern discovery for the rest of the world. It was first distilled for use as an essential oil in 1854. Eucalyptus was later utilized to prevent disease during World War I and was also used to control outbreaks of illnesses such as influenza and meningitis.