All About Essential Oils: The Benefits of Eucalyptus
We recently added a new beneficial essential oil to our lineup here at Seed, so it's only fitting we share some of the amazing benefits with you.
When it comes to Eucalyptus essential oils, it is important to be aware of different varieties. Some are better than others. The type we use here is at Seed was chosen purposefully. We use Eucalyptus Radiata, which is distilled from Eucalyptus tree leaves.
- It is organic.
- It is is a precious variety from Australia.
- The clean, crisp, lightly camphorous aroma contains light hints of citrus.
- Helps repel certain insects
Seed Beneficial Blends Featuring Eucalyptus Essential Oil:
Do you know that peaceful feeling you get on a beautiful autumn day when you can fully enjoy the cool, crisp air? That feeling of enjoying the gorgeous foliage, walking through crunchy leaves just is centering and rejuvenating -- and that is how I'd describe out new Take a Deep Breath blend which features Eucalyptus and Lavender.
Have you been working too hard -- or perhaps playing too hard? No problem! The Exhilaration blend from Seed which features Eucalyptus and Peppermint. This unique blend will help you feel the energy to get you working (or playing) harder.
Wouldn't it be amazing if you could turn your bath or shower into a spa-like steam room so you could say goodbye to all of the worries for the day? Give your muscles and mind a feeling of detox with this blend that we call Let Off Some Steam, which features Eucalyptus and Grapefruit.
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