Eucalyptus globulus

Eucalyptus globulus

Directions for use :

– Bath
– Oral route
– Cutaneous application
– Airway, diffusion

Essential oil of Eucalyptus radiata is remarkably well-tolerated in skin application in young children: always use diluted to 50% in a vegetable oil.

• Lemon-scented eucalyptus has specific properties: anti-inflammatory and analgesic (osteoarthritis, tendinitis, rheumatism, sprains, arthritis, headaches, painful menstruation). • Its essential oil also treats skin disorders (Herpes zoster, athletes’ foot, mycoses, itching). It is also a good mosquito repellent.

Do not use in:

– pregnant or breast-feeding women,
– children under the age of three years (under the age of seven years for oral administration and for Eucalyptus globulus),
– persons with a history of epilepsy (warning, especially in children who have had fever seizures),
– persons allergic to one of the components (geraniol, linalool, limonene),
– subjects with asthma without the advice of an allergologist before the first use,
– in case of treatment of more than a few days (contraceptive pill, anticoagulants, chemotherapy, etc.).


• Take three or four times daily 2 drops of essential oil of Eucalyptus radiata on a neutral tablet allowing it to melt in the mouth.

• Pour 10 drops of essential oil of Eucalyptus radiata in a spoonful of neutral base. Mix in bath water.


• Pour a few drops of essential oil of Eucalyptus radiata on a handkerchief or in a bowl of hot water. Breath for ten minutes to prevent flu.

• 3 drops of EO of Eucalyptus radiata, 3 drops of EO of ravintsara. Apply on the chest two to three times daily for one week. (Not suitable for children under the age of seven years.)

Lemon scented gum (Eucalyptus citriodora citronnellalifera), Blue gum (Eucalyptus globulus), Menthol eucalyptus (Eucalyptus dives piperitoniferum), Eucalyptus polybractea cineol (Eucalyptus polybractea cineolifera), Eucalyptus polybractea crypton (Eucalyptus polybractea cryptonifera).


This tree, native to Australia and Tasmania, is used to sanitize marshland. It is currently abundant in Morocco, Spain, Portugal, China and Uruguay.

Main aromatic molecules

Monoterpene oxides (1,8-cineol or eucalyptol), monoterpene and sesquiterpene hydrocarbons, monoterpene and sesquiterpene alcohols.

FAMILY Myrtaceae.


Leaves and branches.

700 g to 3 kg of essential oil from 100 kg of plants.e

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