The Benefits of Eucalyptus


Oh this one, she’s been a kind soul to me this weekend.  Which is just what I needed.  This weekend wasn’t particularly interesting.  Had a couple of major melt downs, due to frustration, and otherwise the weekend was filled with lots of homework.  But because of that, I have decided to show you all the benefits of Eucalyptus :)

Hang eucalyptus in the shower, many benefits!!!
In Oil Form
  • Treats cold cough, runny nose, sore throat, asthma, nasal congestion, bronchitis, and sinusitis – UMMMMM I should have used this the last couple of weeks hahaha
  • It is a great antibacterial, antifungal, antimicrobial, antiviral, anti-inflammatory, and decongestant
  • Used for healing wounds, ulcers, burns, cuts, abrasions, and sores -it soothes the wound, and protects the open wound from getting infected
  • It relieves stress and pain when massaged on the surface of the skin

  • It is often recommened for those with: rheumatism, lumbago, sprained ligaments and tendons, stiff muscles, aches, fibrosis, and even nerve pain
  • It is a stimulant: it removes exhaustion, and mental sluggishness, and rejuvenates
  • It is commonly used to increase mental activity and blood flow to the brain
  • It is effective against cavities, dental plaque, gingivitis – this is why it is commonly found in mouthwash, toothpaste, and other dental products
  • Frequently used in treatment of lice
  • Used for skin infections

  • Can help control blood sugar – Which is what makes it such a great oil for Diabetics: Simply massage into the skin to help open up blood flow
  • It is used for treating a fever and reducing body temperature – works well mixed with peppermint as well
  • It is a vermifuge – and is often used to remove germs in the intestine
  • It can also serve as a room freshener – it kills bacteria and germs in the air
  • It is used in soaps, detergents, and household cleaners – mainly because of its pleasant smell, and because of its antibacterial, antiseptic, and antimicrobial qualities

  • It can be used as a vapor rub or inhalant when rubbed into the chest
  • It can also relieve symptoms and signs of Tuberculosis
  • Many will add Eucalyptus oil to baths, spas, and saunas – because of how refreshing it is, and because of it is an anitseptic
  • **When taken in large quantities, it is toxic

All information was used from HERE

Have you ever taken/used Eucalyptus??

I never have, but now I really want to!

How was your weekend??

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7 thoughts on “The Benefits of Eucalyptus

  1. I had no idea about all this!
    Sorry you had such a stressful weekend, but that’s what pets are for, right? I’m sure she did as great a job as Taylor would have done comforting you… Well, that’s probably not true, ha, but still, pets are the
    I would totally try the eucalyptus in the shower! I’m all about showers being relaxing – I usually HATE them.

    • It’s ok, it just made me realize how much I really want this. Hahahaha she did the best she could ;) that’s exactly how I am! I’m in and out within 5 minutes, literally.

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