Eucalyptus Blue essential oil is obtained from botanicals that are grown and distilled at the Finca Botanica Farm and Distillery in Chongon, Ecuador. Cool and invigorating, it creates a refreshing breathing experience when diffused and soothes skin when applied topically.
Eucalyptus blue is often referred to as blue gum. Native to Southeastern Australia, it is a cross between Eucalyptus citriodora and Eucalyptus globulus, giving it amazing cleansing properties. The oil from this botanical is high in eucalyptol, which contributes to its calming and invigorating scent when diffused. It is a great aromatic companion to Dorado Azul™, both of which are obtained from botanicals grown and distilled at the Finca Botanica Farm and Distillery in Guayaquil, Ecuador.
Topical: Dilute 1 drop with 1 drop of V-6™ or olive oil. Apply to the desired area as needed.
Aromatic: Diffuse up to 30 minutes 3 times daily.
FEATURES & BENEFITS
Has a sharp, clean, fresh aroma
Can be diffused or inhaled to promote the sensation of deeper breathing
Creates a cooling and soothing sensation when applied topically
Creates a spa-like environment when added to your shower or bath
Can be added to home cleaning solutions to help purify and deodorize
Diffuse or apply it topically to your neck and chest for a refreshing respiratory experience.
Add Eucalyptus Blue to Ortho Ease® and use it topically with massage to soothe tired, fatigued muscles
Diffuse it to purify the air and neutralize unwanted odors.\Add 2−6 drops to your shampoo and use it in the bath for a spa-like experience.
Add 3−4 drops to Thieves® Household Cleaner for a refreshing aroma
Place a few drops on a washcloth in your shower to steam and diffuse.
Eucalyptol, Alpha-pinene, Limonene
Keep out of reach of children. If pregnant, nursing, taking medication or having a medical condition, consult a health care practitioner prior to use.
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