Sencial Eucalyptus Oil
What is Essential Oil?
Essential oils are highly concentrated plant extracts. These oils come from the most aromatic part of a plant. For example, the lemon rind produces lemon oil but rose oil is derived from its petals. Essential oils can treat several skin conditions. You can also use essential oils as natural fragrances or for general wellbeing. Since these are volatile and concentrated, experts recommend using one to two drops only.
How to Use Essential Oils?
Essential oils are multipurpose. You can use it to relax, for medicinal and therapeutic purposes or as a fragrance. Essential oils can improve sleep, reduce pain such as headaches, common cold and treat skin concerns.
Diffusion of essential oils
Essential oils need a diffuser, carrier oil, or dry materials like fabric or cotton balls for application. You can use essential oils as an air freshener by investing in a ceramic or electric diffuser.
Inhaling steam of essential oils.
Inhalation is one of the easiest methods to use essential oils. Combine a few drops of essential oil in a bowl of hot water. Cover your head and the bowl with a towel and inhale. (Remember to be mindful of pregnant or lactating women, children, pets and people with allergies when practicing this method.
Massage, hair care and bath
For skin and hair application, mix the essential oil with a carrier oil. Your shampoo and body wash can also be carriers for essential oils. Add a few drops to the body wash, conditioner or shampoo before taking a shower. Rub diluted essential oil or massage on the areas of concern on your body for relief. You can also use it as a fragrance by using the dry evaporation method. Add a few drops of essential oil on a cotton pad or a fabric and place them in your closet, pillowcase or near car vents to perfume the air.
Process of Making essential Oils
Though various methods used to make essential oils, traditional steam distillation process is best to get quality and highly therapeutic oils. We are lucky to have our own distillation unit at renowned place Puri, where we manufacture different oils under supervision of Aroma Mission and qualified technical expertise. Due to the traditional deg-bhapka method which is also called or known as steam distillation, our oils are edible, highly therapeutic and one of a unique kind in the market. However we advise our consumers not to use oils without proper guidance from experts.
Eucalyptus Oil benefits.
Cold and Respiratory relief
-Used as an inhalation therapy to help ease cold symptoms.
-Reduce muscle spasms that narrow your airways.
-Works as an expectorant which clears congested airways.
-Decreases cough bouts
-Give a relax if you are suffering from acute sinusitis
-Lower the dose of steroids in persons suffering from Asthma.
-Clears stuffy nose
Other possible uses benefits observed in wound healing. For a minor cuts and wounds antibacterial properties of Eucalyptus oil is highly effective. Also known to ease arthritis pain by bringing a cold or warm sensation that takes mind off the pain. Eucalyptus oil also uses as steam inhalation or as an ointment to reduce pain and blood pressure. To avoid dental plaque and gingivitis use one drop of eucalyptus oil with olive or coconut oil to rinse your mouth or can be used in your toothpaste before brushing.
In case one suffering from oral herpes, can use Eucalyptol oil. 1,8-cineole chemical in the oil shuts down virus particles and may block them from entering cells. In lab tests, eucalyptus oil was able to curb the spread of the virus by more than 96%. Also used in various homemade vaporub, disinfectants without any toxic residue.
The most important point is to buy authentic and pure essential oils. To test whether oils have been diluted with vegetable oil, place a couple of drops on a piece of paper. If they leave an oily ring, they likely contain vegetable oil. Before using an oil, try a small amount on your skin and watch for a reaction such as a rash or irritation. If oils suits without any irritation or rashes means you can use the oil happily. Consult a professional and qualified practitioner before you use any essential oils.