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    Eucalyptus Essential Oil, Macarthurii


    Non-Certified Organic South Africa



    Eucalyptus Macarthurii

    It's high geraniol content gives eucalyptus macarthurii a soft, fruity, rose-like scent seldom associated with eucalyptus. It retains, however, the same therapeutic properties of other eucalyptus varieties.



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    1/2 fl oz (15 mL)
    Price: $12.00 
     


    About Eucalyptus macarthurii Essential Oil


    Like other eucalyptus oils, macarthurii has an affinity with the skin, respiratory tract and immune system, making it suitable for topical application as well as direct inhalation. Its powerful immune boosting properties make eucalyptus oil a star supporter of the respiratory system by encouraging the body's natural process of decongesting. By encouraging oxygen uptake, it promotes expectoration of mucus, and encourages detoxification and a deeper level of immune support especially during cold and flu season.

    Cleansing and penetrating, eucalyptus oil may be used topically, diffused or in inhalation therapy to support cerebral circulation, the immune system and muscle and joint health. A topical calmative for body and skin, eucalyptus essential oil promotes tissue repair and a healthy inflammatory response encouraging healthy skin. It may also be used topically as an insect repellent.

    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 opening the heart and intellect while equalizing emotions.

    Which eucalyptus oil is best for me?


    Floracopeia is proud to offer a large selection of highest quality eucalyptus oils sourced from diverse locations and distillers. To assist you in making your choice about which species might be the best for you, we offer the following information.

    All of the eucalyptus oils can be used interchangeably, as they all have very similar therapeutic functions; they can also be blended together. The primary difference of most of the eucalypti is in their olfactory characteristics, which can summed up as:

    Eucalyptus Dives Oil: a strong menthol aroma

    Eucalyptus Globulus Oil: a classic intensely camphoraceous and menthol aroma

    Eucalyptus Macarthurii Oil: a "rose scented" eucalyptus with a predominance of fruit and floral notes

    Eucalyptus Radiata Oil: soft and sweet with smooth camphor notes

    Lemon Scented Eucalyptus Oil: Eucalyptus citriodara, lemon scented

    How to Use Eucalyptus macarthurii Oil


    Eucalyptus oil can be applied topically (in at least 50-50 dilution), as a compress, in the bath, through direct inhalation, or diffuser.

    Add a few drops to water in to a spray bottle to reduce pet odors and freshen the air.

    Add several drops to 1/2 oz. marula oil and apply as a chest rub to help encourage opening of the bronchi and to clear congestion.

    Massage diluted eucalyptus oil (2% eucalyptus, 98% carrier oil) to enhance circulation and to support musculoskeletal system.

    Inhale (direct palm) or diffuse eucalyptus oil to support opening of the chest and sinuses, and to lift the heart.

    Diffuse eucalyptus oil to disinfect and repel insects.

    Eucalyptus Essential Oil Recipes:


    Cold and Flu Season Support: 2 drops pinon pine oil, 2 drops eucalyptus oil, 2 drops lemon oil, 2 drops marjoram oil, 1 drop rosemary oil, 1 drop thyme oil in steaming water – inhale (slowly, taking deeper and deeper breaths through nose and mouth) with eyes closed and head covered

    Respiratory Support formula: 4 drops Eastern hemlock, 2 drops eucalyptus, 2 drops peppermint oil, 4 drops chamomile oil, in steaming water – inhaled several times daily, or added to 1/2 oz unscented balm and rubbed on chest as needed

    Household Cleansing spray: 12 drops pinon pine oil, 12 drops eucalyptus oil, 12 drops tea tree oil, 12 drops cajeput in 8oz mist bottle

    Bug and Mosquito spray: 8 drops lemon bush oil, 8 drops African bluegrass oil, 8 drops eucalyptus oil, 8 drops catnip oil, 4 drops peppermint oil mixed with 4 oz. distilled water in spray bottle. Shake and spray to repel bugs and soothe bites

    Respiratory Support blend (promotes mucus expectoration) : 2 drops cedar oil, 4 drops frankincense, 4 drops juniper berry oil, 2 drops eucalyptus; diffuse, or use inhalation therapy, or mix several drops in 1 oz carrier oil and apply topically to chest

    Interesting Eucalyptus macarthurii Essential Oil Information


    There are over 900 different species of eucalyptus, of which at least 500 produce essential oils. Approved as a food additive, the oil is used in the preparation of liniments, inhalants, cough syrups, toothpaste 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 finely powdered bark as an insect repelling dust while people from around the world use it for anything from maintaining healthy gums to relieving rheumatism. Australian aborigines traditionally used the leaves to disinfect wounds and treat infections. Early Australian settlers named eucalyptus globulus the ‘fever tree’ because of its efficacy in treating septic and typhoid fever.

    Dr. Jean Valnet reported that a 2% solution of eucalyptus oil will kill 70% of airborne Staphylococcus bacteria. Eucalyptus oil was also the subject of a recent study which revealed its stimulating effect on white blood cells in support of the immune system.

    Safety Considerations for Eucalyptus macarthurii Essential Oil


    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.

    Aromatic Profile and Blending of Rose-Scented Eucalyptus Oil



    Perfumery Note: Top
    Odor: Soft, sweet, fruity-rosaceous bouquet with a mild balsamic-woody undertone
    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 cedarwood oil and sandalwood oil; also melissa oil and lemon oil

    Product Details


    Botanical Name: Eucalyptus macarthurii
    Family: Myrtaceae
    Composition: 100% Pure Eucalyptus Essential Oil
    Origin: South Africa
    Method of Extraction: Steam distilled
    Cultivation/Harvesting: Non-Certified Organic
    Plant Part: Leaves, young twigs
    Color: Clear
    Consistency: Mobile
    Yield: 1.0-2.4%
    Bottle Size: 15 ml (1/2 oz.)

    Why Floracopeia?

    Floracopeia was established to help preserve and promote the use of botanical medicines as solutions to the widespread ecological destruction taking place in the world, and the loss of medicinal plants on which traditional medical systems depend. We provide our customers with the highest quality essential oils and other botanical aromatic treasures through the promotion of ecological sustainability, organic agriculture, and agro-forestry projects.

    Our products are acclaimed for their therapeutic-grade, high quality at affordable prices. We provide artisanal quality oils produced by small family-based distillers. We buy directly from farmers and distillers, thus supporting the local economies in which the plants are grown. We do not buy oils from the world-brokers. Floracopeia is founded with a strong medical orientation and is involved in a number of global eco-projects based in grass roots health care, spirituality, reforestation projects, and the preservation and restoration of ethno-botanical culture.

    Safety Guidelines:

    Essential oils are potentially irritating to the skin and mucus membranes. Do not use essential oils directly on the skin undiluted. Do not take essential oils internally. If you are pregnant or nursing please see your health care provider before using essential oils.

    Carrier oils and hydrosols are non-toxic to the skin, non-sensitizing, and can be used undiluted on the skin.