Eucalyptus Essential Oil

Enjoy a burst of fresh energy with our pure Eucalyptus Essential Oil and its crisp, refreshing aroma will awaken your body & mind.

A natural remedy used by Australian Aboriginals for generations, now distilled into a versatile oil. One of the first recorded uses of Eucalyptus Oil was by German Baron Ferdinand von Mueller in the 1800s, who promoted Eucalyptus Oil as a potent and effective antiseptic. Its naturally cooling vapours also open congested airways and impart a lively, fresh scent when diffused.



An icon of Australia, the eucalyptus tree is instantly recognizable as the leafy diet of cuddly Koalas. But, it has more use than just being fodder for these marsupials - the leaves and barks of Eucalyptus trees were used by Aboriginal Australians to treat a variety of ailments. When British settlers arrived in the country and began to imitate and refine local cures, many of the benefits of Eucalyptus Oil came to light.

Eucalyptus oil is an all-rounder that is essential in any medicine cabinet - it is naturally anti-bacterial, anti-viral and anti-fungal. The camphor-like smell from its leaves deters insects and therefore, this oil acts as an effective insect repellant.

When applied on the skin, Eucalyptus Oil has a cooling effect - making it a popular ingredient for vapour rubs and muscle gels. While its cooling effect provides a welcome relief, Eucalyptus also has anti-inflammatory and pain-relieving properties that effectively soothe aches & pains.

The vapours from Eucalytpus Oil are more than just a refreshing, clean scent - it opens airways and relieves stuffy noses. Research has found that vapourized Eucalyptus Oil also has anti-microbial effects that can help relieve coughs & colds.

icon-attributes Product Attributes

Therapeutic grade


Suitable for pregnant women





icon-specifications Specifications

● Botanical Name: Eucalyptus globulus
● Family: Myrtaceae
● Aroma: Fresh, sharp & camphoraceous
● Plant part: Leaf
● Note Classification: Top
● Extraction: Steam Distillation
● Appearance: Pale yellow liquid
● Usage: Aromatherapy and Topical applications

icon-safety_info Safety Information

● In general, essential oils are highly concentrated and should be used with care.
● Not for internal use, except if directed by an expert or a qualified practitioner.
● The usage of this oil should be avoided during pregnancy
● Never use undiluted essential oils near eyes or mucous membranes.
● If using essential oils directly on the skin, always dilute with an appropriate carrier oil and perform a patch test.
● Store in a dark, cool and dry place,
● Keep out of reach of children.

icon-how_to_use How to Use

The fresh, awakening aroma of Eucalyptus oil can be enjoyed by adding a few drops into a diffuser.

When diluted in a suitable carrier oil, Eucalyptus can be enjoyed as a cooling massage oil or natural antiseptic.

icon-complimentary Complementary Oils

Blends well with Chamomile, Geranium, Rosemary, Grapefruit, Lavender, Lemon and Peppermint essential oils.

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Frequently Asked Questions

Is there a way I can concentrate the vapours?

If you are using Eucalyptus in a diffuser but find that you need more direct vapour, steam inhalation may be the way to go - Add a few drops of Eucalyptus oil to a bowl of steaming hot water and carefully drape a towel over your shoulders to direct the steam to your face. Combining steam and Eucalyptus vapour may help relieve congestion.

How do I use Eucalyptus oil to keep bugs out of my house?

While smelling fresh to our noses, Eucalyptus oil drives away most insects. To keep the bugs out, add 3-5 drops of this oil to a cotton ball and place it in your cupboards, under your beds etc.

What makes Eucalyptus Oil so special?

The compound that lends Eucalyptus Oil its name and all of its amazing qualities is Eucalyptol - while found in smaller quantities in other plants such as Tea Tree, Eucalyptus has the highest concentration of it. Eucalyptol helps control airway mucus hypersecretion and also repels insects.