Eucalyptus globulus

Eucalyptus globulus

Eucalyptus globulus

Eucalyptus globulus

Leaves

Insects | Respiratory tracts

Eucalyptus globulus is the most well-known eucalyptus oil and was therefore the first species to be distilled on a large scale. Less well-known is the fact that a large percentage of the Eucalyptus globulus currently available on the market is of inferior quality, since it has been re-distilled to artificially increase the level of 1,8 cineole (eucalyptol) to 80 or 85%. The standard for a single or traditional distillation is 60 to 69% of eucalyptol, in which case the oil has more colour and a deeper/broader effect. Traditionally distilled (i.e. not double-distilled) eucalyptus is called ‘totum’, a term that refers to an essential oil in its natural, unfiltered state. That is why traditional Eucalyptus globulus should remain the first choice for the relief of various respiratory problems, primarily through diffusion and preferably in synergy with, for example, ravintsara, Scots pine or thyme linalool.

Chemotype: α-pinene, 1,8-cineole, pinocarveol, globulol

Content: 10 ml

Product info

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User manual

Oral: twice daily 1 to 2 drops (65 to 130 mg/day). To be taken diluted in some honey (in an infusion) or vegetable oil. Food supplement. Keep out of the reach of young children under three years of age. Do not exceed the recommended dose. A food supplement is no substitute for a varied diet and a healthy lifestyle. Skin: massage, bath: 5 to 10 drops per 10 ml of vegetable oil. Contains naturally d-limonene, linalool, citral, geraniol Diffusion: 5 to 10 drops according to your personal preference and the size of the room.

Equivalent: 1 ml = 780 mg = ± 24 drops

Product info

  • Origin: Spain
  • Extraction: steam distillation
  • Fragrance: aromatic, strong, pungent, camphor-like
  • Appearance: colourless to light yellow fluid
  • Yield: 1,8 - 2%
Composition per 4 drops
Eucalyptus globulus 130 mg

Ingredients: Eucalyptus globulus* (100%). *organic culture

Mean values of the main components:

1,8-cineole (eucalyptol) 65-70%
α-pinene 5-18%
d-limonene 1.5-10%

Essential oils are the fragrant, volatile constituents of plants, flowers, fruits, etc. Oak Organic essential oils are 100% pure, natural and botanically and biochemically defined.

An inhalation mix to relieve the airways

2 drop Eucalyptus globulus EO
2 drop Scots pine EO
1 drop Thyme linalool EO

Add to a bowl of warm water. Inhale the steam through nose and mouth (5 to 10 minutes).

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