Also known as ‘broad-leafed peppermint’, eucalyptus dives essential oil has a gentler fragrance than other eucalyptus oils. It blends well with lemon oil, peppermint, spearmint, rosemary and lavender.
Eucalyptus dives essential oil uses
One of the most common uses for eucalyptus dives oil is to relieve the symptoms of common colds. Inhaling this heady aroma helps to reduce congestion and clear the airways.
Inhale the zingy scent of eucalyptus dives for an instant mood lift or diffuse throughout your home to leave it smelling super fresh. When your feet need some TLC after a long day, pop a few drops into warm water to create a soothing foot soak.
Eucalyptus dives also helps to ease muscular aches and pains. Blend with a carrier oil and massage into the neck and shoulder to soothe tension after a long day.
Eucalyptus dives essential oil benefits
Eucalyptus dives oil makes a great alternative to eucalyptus oil in the first aid kit as it’s suitable for use with children (unlike regular eucalyptus oils). Better still, it can help treat stomach aches, sinus headaches, skin problems such as acne, minor wounds, mouth ulcers and coughs.
If you’re feeling drained, add a few drops of this essential oil to your shower floor or morning bath. The revitalising scent will help you to shake off fatigue and face the day with renewed energy. With its mood-boosting aroma, eucalyptus dives may also help you to think more clearly too, so it’s a great oil to diffuse when you have big decisions on your mind.
Eucalyptus dives essential oil facts
|Botanical name||Eucalyptus dives|
|Plant part||Leaves, twigs and gum|
|Extraction method||Steam Distillation|
|Country of origin||Australia|
|Scent||Sharp, penetrating minty scent with a woody, balsamic undertone.|