Eucalyptus globulus Essential Oil (Eucalyptus globulus) is also commonly known as Gum Tree, Blue-Gum, and Tasmanian Blue Gum. Eucalyptus globulus Essential Oil has a strong fresh, clean, and slightly woody aroma presenting a top fragrance note.
The most commonly used variety of Eucalyptus oil, we added Eucalyptus globulus Essential Oil to the Rocky Mountain Oils Wellness collection for its wellness-promoting properties. The essential oil’s sharp, fresh scent helps center and focus emotions and concentration.
Eucalyptus Essential Oil Varieties
Eucalyptus radiata and globulus are similar in properties. These two have a scent variation
- Eucalyptus citriodora’s aroma is strong, fresh, citronella-like, sweet, and balsamic. The aroma is significantly different from Eucalyptus globulus and Eucalyptus radiata as ithas stronger medicinal and lemon-like notes. Eucalyptus citriodora is calming to the nervous and respiratory systems.
- Eucalyptus globulus’ aroma is strong, fresh, clean, medicinal, and slightly woody. Eucalyptus globulus typically has the highest levels of 1,8-cineole between the three.
- Eucalyptus radiata’s aroma is similar to Eucalyptus globulus being fresh, clean, medicinal, and slightly woody with additional sweet and fruity notes making the scent a bit softer. Eucalyptus radiata is considered the most therapeutic of the three varieties.
All three varieties should not be used with children. Consider Myrtle as a safer alternative.
Botanical Name: Eucalyptus globulus
Country of Origin: India
Extraction Method: Steam Distilled
Plant Part: Leaf
Aroma: Menthol, Fresh, Herbal
Blends Well With: Cedarwood, Coriander, Eucalyptus Radiata, Frankincense, Lavender, Pine, Ravintsara, Rosemary, Tea Tree
- Try adding to DIY recipes to fragrance soaps and room sprays for a deodorizing effect
- Diffuse or add to blends to repel insects
- Diffuse or apply topically with a carrier oil to inspire deep breathing
- Just a few drops can add a clean fresh scent to DIY cleaning products
- 20 drops Eucalyptus globulus
- 25 drops Lavender
- 20 drops Rosemary
- 10 drops Tea Tree
- 3 ounces FCO or Olive Oil
Add formula to a dark colored glass bottle and shake well before every use. Apply to wet hair by massaging well into scalp to reach hair roots. Pay particular attention to around the ears and the nape of the neck where the lice breed. Leave on for at least one hour then shampoo thoroughly. Remove the eggs with a regulation fine-tooth comb. Repeat at least twice more at three-day intervals to ensure the infestation is completely cleared.
Tub & Tile Soft Scrubber
- 1 cup Baking Soda
- 1/4 cup liquid Castile Soap
- 2 Vitamin C tablets, crushed
- 5 drops Eucalyptus globulus
- 2 drops Tea Tree
- 4 drops Lemon
Combine baking soda, castile soap, vitamin C, and essential oils in a jar. Add just enough water to make a smooth liquid paste. Shake or stir to mix. Apply paste to surface and rub with a damp cloth or sponge, until the area is clean. Rinse several times with water.
Not to be used on children under 10 years old. Use with a carrier oil when applied topically.
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