Cold, Sinus, and Cough Symptom Relief
Eucalyptus infused oil is the primary additive in cold and cough remedies. Eucalyptus Oil can reduce mucus and dilate the bronchi and bronchioles in the lungs. It contains pinene, a bronchi-dilator, as well as cineole, which aids in the reduction of inflammation and mucus build-up. Eucalyptus is also known to alleviate asthma symptoms.
Stimulates Hair Growth
Eucalyptus Infused Oil has antifungal and antibacterial properties, which will protect the scalp from fungal or bacterial infections. Hair growth is unhindered when your scalp is healthy. Furthermore, this oil promotes blood circulation, which helps to promote hair growth. The oil’s calming and soothing properties also help to reduce stress and prevent hair loss.
Soothes Dry Skin
Eucalyptus Infused Oil may aid in the production of collagen and elastin. These fatty acids aid in maintaining your skin’s protective barrier and the retention of moisture. This is especially useful if you suffer from skin conditions such as psoriasis or atopic dermatitis.
Eucalyptus Infused oil’s antifungal and antiseptic properties help prevent the formation of dandruff. The common cause of dandruff is a yeast-like fungus called Malassezia. This oil can potentially avoid dandruff formation and related issues such as itchiness effectively.
Reduces Scalp Itchiness
Eucalyptus oil contains methanol, which has a cooling effect and relieves itchiness. It reduces itchiness, dryness, and redness of the scalp.
Eases Arthritis Pain
Eucalyptus Infused Oil is a crucial ingredient in some topical analgesics. Pain relievers that you apply directly to your skin, such as sprays, creams, or salves, fall into this category. While it is not the primary pain reliever, eucalyptus oil works by creating a cold or warm sensation that distracts you from the pain.
Natural Stress Buster
The fresh aroma of menthol in Eucalyptus-infused oil invigorates the senses and eliminates laziness and mental fatigue. Because of the calming effect of this oil, it is also a popular ingredient in aromatherapy and spas. It can also reduce pre-surgery anxiety in patients, asserting the effectiveness of this oil as a stress reliever.
Eucalyptus oil contains eucalyptol, a natural insect repellent. It can keep mosquitos and other bloodsuckers at bay.
Acts as a Disinfectant
Eucalyptus Infused oil is a powerful natural air cleanser used as a disinfectant air spray. It has anti-microbial properties that help eliminate viruses and bacteria in the environment while freshening the air.
Aromatherapy with Eucalyptus Oil
To use as an inhalant, place a few drops of the oil in a large bowl of steaming water or an electric vaporizer. Inhaling the vapours of this mixture may provide relief from cold and flu-related symptoms, headaches, and stress. Before taking a steamy bath, you could even spray the diluted oil around the bathroom and on the walls. The lingering aroma effectively creates a spa-like atmosphere in the comfort of your own home.