Eucalyptus Globulus Be Essential Oil 10ml

Eucalyptus Globulus

Eucalyptus Globulus essential oil is considered the best for treating respiratory problems. It has an expectorant action, inhibits viral replication, and is a good insect repellent.


Product Details

Name: Eucalyptus Globulus

Scientific Name: Eucalyptus globulus

Method of extraction: Steam distillation

Part of plant: Leaves

Country of origin: Australia

Main Components: Cineole (83.35%)




Eucalyptus Globulus essential oil has a high concentration of cineole, a natural strong antiseptic effective against a wide range of bacteria. Some antiseptic mouthwashes have a eucalyptus base and can help prevent plaque and gingivitis [2;3]. It's also an excellent choice to treat throat and lungs infections.


Eucalyptus Globulus has a good anti-inflammatory action [1], and has already been shown to be effective in mitigating the effects of insect bites, wounds, muscle pain and arthritis.

Other uses

Eucalyptus Globulus essential oil is also a good insect repellent and can be used on wardrobes to prevent moths or mixed with a cream or carrier oil to keep away mosquitoes and insects in general.


Side effects

It is recommended to test it on a small area of ​​the forearm at least a day before use to check for possible irritation.


How to use

For the treatment of respiratory tract infections, place 3 to 5 drops of essential oil in a container of hot water, cover your head with a towel and close or protect your eyes with an appropriate mask. Inhale the steam for a few minutes. For use on the skin do not exceed a concentration of 10%.



[1] SANTOS, F.A.; RAO, V.S. Antiinflammatory and antinociceptive effects of 1,8-cineole a terpenoid oxide present in many plant essential oils. Phytother Res. 2000 Jun; 14(4):240-4.

[2] AIT-OUAZZOU, A. et al. Chemical composition and antimicrobial activity of essential oils of Thymus algeriensis, Eucalyptus globulus and Rosmarinus officinalis from Morocco.

[3] PATTNAIK, S.; SUBRAMANYAM, V.R.; BAPAJI, M. et al. Antibacterial and antifungal activity of aromatic constituents of essential oils. Microbios. 1997;89(358):39-46.

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