Latin Name: Eucalyptus radiata
Plant Part: Leaves, sometimes young twigs
Note: Note: Top/Middle
Major Constituents: 1,8-Cineole, terpene
Type: Stimulating, warming
ayurvedic dosha: Kapha
Scent: Slightly camphorous, sweet , fruit, woody back note, herbaceous
For Skin Type: Oily
Cautions: Not during pregnancy, Not for children under 10 years. Avoid with high blood pressure.
Physical Uses: Muscle aches, joints stiffness, sore throats, inflammation, colds, flu, infections, dandruff, immune support,hoarseness, scratchy throat, sniffles.
Mental/Emotional Uses: Nervous tensions, stress, anxiety, mild depression, mental fatigue.
Other Uses: Clears and balances energy centers, insect bites.
Blends Well With: Chamomile Roman and German, Black Pepper, Ginger and Marjoram Sweet.
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