Click to enlargeSnow Lotus - Eucalyptus Narrow-Leaf (Radiata) - 10 ml

Eucalyptus Narrow-Leaf (Radiata) by Snow Lotus Artisan Essential Oils is also known as narrow-leaf peppermint, an extremely camphor-like eucalyptus from South Africa. This oil stimulates and uplifts.

For long-term mental and physical weariness and withdrawal. Eucalyptus radiata is often used for chest conditions as well as a tonic for those easily prone to sickness.

Fragrance profile: Fresh and camphoraceous, with mild, sweet heartnotes. This Eucalyptus is a little gentler than the Blue-gum eucalyptus and is ideal for children, elderly and sensitive people.

Fragrance energy: Fresh-pungent

Properties: Uplifting, clearing, refreshing, stimulating, decongesting

Western Symptomology: Mental weariness; Withdrawal; Chest congestion

Actions: Raises Yang, strenghtens the mind and expels external pathogens

Complementary blending: Lavender, Grapefruit, Lemon eucalyptus, Lemon, Green myrtle, Niaouli, Saro, Ravintsara, Silver fir, Siberian fir

Ingredients: Eucalyptus (radiata) essential oil, leaf, cultivated, organic, from South Africa.

For external use only. Properly dilute all essential oils in lotion or vegetable carrier oil before massage or other topical use. Keep out of reach of children. If you are pregnant, nursing, have any health conditions, or are taking medications, please consult your healthcare practitioner prior to using essential oils.


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