Essential Therapeutics Eucalyptus Blue Mallee Essential Oil 10ml
Therapeutic Grade 100% Pure Essential Oil.
A small tree commercially grown and harvested for the essential oil. This is the most common species of Eucalyptus used in commercial oil production in Australia, the harvested leaves and terminal branches are steam distilled to produce the essential oil.
Premium cineole type, highest natural cineole levels of any single distilled Eucalypt. First described in 1900, this Mallee tree has leaves with a blue appearance when viewed en-masse. A small bushy tree of about 5 to 10 metres, is commercially grown and harvested for the essential oil. This is the most common species of Eucalyptus used in commercial oil production in Australia
One of the most commonly used Eucalyptus in liniments and pharmaceutical applications. One of the best natural air cleaners. With a long standing history of use in the skin care of minor burns, blisters, cuts, skin infections and wounds, would also aid in repelling insects. Eases muscle and joint aches and pains, poor circulation, and rheumatoid arthritis. Clearing common respiratory complaints, eases headaches, as well as boosting the immune system.
Safety Precautions : Flammable.
Diffusion: Add to your diffuser or vaporiser as per instructions.
Topical application: For adults with sensitive skin use a 2.5% dilution or less. For many applications, a 0.5% to 1% concentration can be sufficient. People with a history or allergies, especially eczema, are more likely to possibly react to some essential oils.
Bath: 5 – 10 drops to a full bath. Mix drops of essential oil with Essential Solubiliser and then add this mixture under running bath water.
Safety Precautions : Flammable. Avoid during pregnancy. Not suitable for children under age 5. Not for internal use: if ingested do not induce vomiting, drink milk, consult a health specialist. Avoid contact with eyes: flush with water. Keep out of reach of children.
Please note: Therapeutic plant oils are used to support natural body process for optimum health and well-being. The information here is NOT meant as recommendation for cure of any medical condition or disease.
A simple guide for “Essential Therapeutic” essential oil dilutions:
If you measure your essential oils in drops be warned that not all “drops” are the same! There are a variety of “dropper inserts” for essential oil bottles in the marketplace. Depending on the size of the aperture, the drop size can vary widely
The pharmaceutical drop dispensers that we use for Essential Therapeutics essential oils dispense on average: 32 drops per 1ml.
For an approximately 0.5% concentration of essential oils in a carrier base use: 4 drops of essential oil per 25ml of carrier
For 1.0 %: 3 drops of essential oil per 10ml of carrier
For 1.5%: 4 drops of essential oil per 10ml of carrier
For 2.5%: 8 drops of essential oil per 10ml of carrier
For 5%: 17 drops of essential oil per 10ml of carrier
For 10%: 35 drops of essential oil per 10ml of carrier
Essential Therapeutics Aromatherapy
At Divine Empress we believe in using the world’s finest therapeutic quality essential oils and aromatherapy products. That is why we use “Essential Therapeutics” range of TGEO Guaranteed Essential Oils and Aromatherapy Extracts. A range of simply the world’s finest therapeutic quality essential oils and aromatherapy products.
The effectiveness of aromatherapy is directly dependent on the quality of essential oils used. Without using guaranteed, 100% genuine & authentic essential oils you simply will not enjoy the real therapeutic benefits possible.
Inspired by the success of French “Aromatic Medicine”, Essential Therapeutics was founded in 1987.
Essential Therapeutics was the first aromatherapy company in Australia to specifically source and import medicinal grade essential oils and to provide all of the relevant guarantees to ensure that our professional customers obtain the maximum therapeutic benefits.
Essential Therapeutics is the foremost supplier of true therapeutic grade essential oils and related products to health care professionals and complementary therapists. Only 100% TGEO guaranteed essential oils are used in their blends – no common extending agents such as dipropylene glycol or ispropyl myristate are ever used.
Can I use an essential oil neat on my skin?
The first general rule is not to use essential oils indiscriminately on the skin. The majority of essential oils are not suitable for neat application. People with a history of sensitivity should always dilute with a carrier oil or base lotion such as Essential Base Lotion, Organic Massage Oil or Organic Jojoba Oil. Do not apply essential oils inside ears, anywhere near the eyes, or other sensitive areas of the body.
Should any irritation occur from using essential oils, remove the oil from the skin by applying any vegetable oil and repeat a few times. This will quickly relieve irritation reactions. Do not wash with water as this will make the essential oil penetrate further into the skin and may cause a greater reaction. The essential oils are drawn into the carrier oil and become diluted.
Photo-sensitisation: The following oils may cause the skin to burn if exposed to strong ultra-violet light from sunlight or a sun bed – Angelica Root, Bergamot, Grapefruit, Lemon, Lemon Verbena, Lime, Bitter Orange, Sweet Orange & Tagetes.
Are there any instances when essential oils would be dangerous to use?
Some essential oils have properties that are considered dangerous for certain conditions. Pregnancy, asthma, epilepsy, high blood pressure or infants and children.
Only use the essential oils that have been recommended for children and are age specific. Click here for Baby & Child Care Essential Oils
For more Information: Please refer to our range of Aromatherapy books such as “The Fragrant Pharmacy Book” written by one of the world’s leading Aromatherapists, Valerie Ann Worwood for a complete guide to Aromatherapy & Essential Oils which charts out for you a fragrant way to family health and home delights.
If you are unsure, work with an experienced Aromatherapist.
If pregnant or under a doctor’s care consult your health practitioner.