Pure Therapeutic Grade Essential Oil of Organic Eucalyptus Blue Mallee
With over 700 species of eucalyptus, as well as chemotypes, common names, and different parts of the plant being marketed, it's no wonder that people are confused by essential oil of eucalyptus. Most companies are labeling all the oil under the genus of Eucalyptus, which is confusing and misleading. Always purchase and use essential oils by their common name and genus species, understanding that country of origin affects the chemical composition of an oil. A Blue Mallee grown in Australia differs from a Blue Mallee grown in France. Be certain your oils are therapeutic grade. Therapeutically, different species and chemotypes have different purposes. Eucalyptus polybractea, commonly known as Blue Mallee Oil, comes from a dwarf, densely rooted tree native to Australia. It is grown in the low rainfall areas of New South Wales and Victoria, Australia, and it contains one of the highest percentages of 1,8 cineol, 85-95%. Unlike perfumery, we are interested in the species that supports healthy respiratory system function and muscle fatigue.
Our Blue Mallee is one of the strongest eucalyptus oils and has a fresh, cooling effect. It is commonly used in pharmaceutical preparations. Eucalyptus polybractea makes an effective expectorant and is exceptionally well suited for topical application or diffusing.
For hundreds of years, the Aborigines of Australia have used Eucalyptus leaves for their antiseptic and healing actions. They boiled or smoked the leaves on fires and wrapped the leaves around wounds and cuts. Oil vapors were inhaled for treatment of colds and flus. In the mid-1800s, groves of Eucalyptus trees were planted in swampy areas of North Africa to halt the spread of malaria. The trees required large amounts of water to thrive, lowering the water table and thus eliminating breeding conditions for malaria-carrying mosquitoes, as well as repelling these insects with the aroma given off by the leaves. French surgeon Jean Valnet, MD, reported that 70% of airborne staph bacteria were killed when a 2% emulsion of eucalyptus oil was used as a spray.
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Always Dilute Essential Oils Before Applying to Skin
sammysoap does not carry essential oils that have been diluted, altered, or synthetically modified. We want your aromatherapeutic experience to be authentic, and we want you to gain legitimate health benefits from our products. sammysoap only carries pure, therapeutic grade, organic or wildcrafted essential and carrier oils.
All information contained within this site is for reference purposes only and not intended to substitute for the advice given by a pharmacist, physician, or other licensed health-care professional. sammysoap products are for external use only, and as such, effects of ingredients vary. sammysoap products have not been evaluated by the FDA and are not intended to diagnose, treat, cure, or prevent any health condition or disease. Before using any essential oil product, read our page Essential Oil Safety located in the footer section of the homepage. Contraindications are also listed in Essential Oil Safety. Even pure, natural ingredients cause some individuals to develop an allergic reaction. As with any product, discontinue use if you experience discomfort or other indications that the product may not be appropriate for your individual body chemistry.
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