8 Incredible Benefits of Eucalyptus Essential Oil

8 Incredible Benefits of Eucalyptus Essential Oil

Eucalyptus essential oil, surprisingly, is a fairly new oil in the world of aromatherapy. Until recently, not as much was known about eucalyptus essential oil when compared to other oils simply because it wasn’t used as frequently as ancient classics like lavender, peppermint, or bergamot. Luckily, a lot has been learned about eucalyptus essential oil in these recent years, and it has been found that eucalyptus essential oil provides incredible benefits to both the body and the home.

Eucalyptus Essential Oil Benefits For The Body

  1. Helps to Treat Respiratory Symptoms

    Eucalyptus is a powerful natural decongestant, which makes it perfect for helping to treat respiratory symptoms particularly when you have a cold. Colds and allergies can cause the body to overproduce mucus in the sinus and chest, causing congested airways and inflammation. When put into a nebulizing diffuser, eucalyptus essential oil can help to break up this congestion, making it easier to expel from the body.

  1. Revitalizes and Energizes

    Few things are worse than waking up with a tiredness you can’t shake. It follows you throughout your day, it can make normally easy everyday tasks difficult, and it can even make it difficult to fall back to sleep when bedtime comes again. Eucalyptus essential oil is a stimulant that removes this exhaustion and sluggishness using a soothing, fresh, and cooling scent.

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50 thoughts on “8 Incredible Benefits of Eucalyptus Essential Oil

  1. Essential Oils says:

    Eucalyptus Essential Oil provides surprising health benefits in aromatherapy uses. I always use it for Pain Relief and Sinusitis. Thanks for sharing your suggestion.
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  2. Gwendolyn says:

    I like the idea of using eucalyptus oil as an insect repellent. I don’t use the sprays anymore, because I know they’re toxic.

  3. Jessica Walker says:

    I have used eucalyptus essential oil in the past but it is very strong smelling and gave me a headache. It reminded me of Vick’s.

  4. Shakeia Rieux says:

    I didn’t know any of this about the Eucalyptus Essential Oil, as i’ve never used it but it’s good to know.

  5. Rachel Mertz says:

    Thanks for the great article! I not only LOVE the smell of eucalyptus but love knowing about all of it’s benefits. I’ve been a life-long asthmatic, so I’m always looking for ways to breathe easier. I’ve been curious about nebulizing diffusers for a long time now. You’ve peaked my interest!

  6. Sandra Fortune says:

    Love eucalyptus oil it has some great therapeutic benefits. One I use quite a bit of . Great for the sinuses.

  7. James Thompson says:

    My girlfriend just asked what Eucalyptus smells like! I said it smells like childhood when your mum used to put carvol on a handkerchief.

  8. Michelle D Edmonds says:

    I would love this bc it doesn’t cause cancer or breathing issues… It’s natural, need I say more?
    #OrganicAromas

  9. Jennifer D Raska says:

    Now this is by far my favorite oil! My little one has Asthma and so I like to put a couple of drops of this in my diffuser and it really helps.

  10. Kristi Williams says:

    I absolutely loooove the scent of EEO. This was an interesting, info-filled, article on all its other benefits beyond aromatherapy. Thank you, good to know!

  11. Scotty says:

    I have loved eucalyptus (VIcks vapour rub) since was a kid. Had no idea about its uses around the house.Thanks for the tips.

  12. Delores Harris says:

    As a child, my mom steeped eucalyptus leaves on the stove to help us breathe during allergy season.

  13. LAC says:

    My favorite use for eucalyptus oil has been to purify the air in my home. And, unlike what I first thought, the smell of the oil is not too overpowering.

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