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Benefits And Use of Lemon Eucalyptus Oil

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Because it contains relatively little cineole, Lemon Eucalyptus Essential Oil does not have the distinctive cineole (camphor-like) aroma that Eucalyptus globulus and Eucalyptus Radiata are known for. It has a nice, sweet lemon aroma instead.

Lemon Eucalyptus Essential Oil Bottle with the Typical Color of Lemon Eucalyptus Essential Oil

Citronellal, an aldehyde responsible for the scent, antibacterial qualities, and insect repellent properties of Lemon Eucalyptus Essential Oil, makes up about 80% of the oil.

Lemon Eucalyptus Essential Oil has a nice lemon aroma. I prefer Lemon Myrtle or Lemon Tea Tree essential oils since it is more refined. It works particularly well with citrus, medicinal, wood, and floral essential oils.

Lemon Eucalyptus Essential Oil is an exciting and energizing essential oil on an emotional level.

USES OF LEMON EUCALYPTUS ESSENTIAL OIL:

  • Skin infections caused by a fungus
  • Bacterial Skin Infection is a bacterial infection that affects the skin.
  • Sores
  • Wounds
  • Conditions of the Respiratory Tract
  • Asthma
  • Fever
  • Candida
  • Bites from Insects
  • Repellent for Insects

APPLICATION OF LEMON EUCLYPTUS OIL:

1. Preventing Mosquito Bites:

When applied to the skin, it is most likely effective for… preventing mosquito bites. Some commercial insect repellents contain lemon eucalyptus oil as a component. It appears to be comparable to other mosquito repellents, including several that contain DEET. However, lemon eucalyptus oil’s protection does not appear to persist as long as DEETs.

2. Preventing Tick Bites:

When applied to the skin, it may be effective in preventing tick bites. People who live in tick-infested areas can greatly reduce the number of ticks attached by applying a special 30 percent lemon eucalyptus oil extract (Citriodiol) three times daily. Commercial products like Mosi-guard and Repel Oil of Lemon Eucalyptus contain this ingredient.

3. Fungal Infections:

Fungus on toes (onychomycosis). According to a preliminary study, when applied directly to the afflicted area, lemon eucalyptus oil, in combination with camphor and menthol, may be effective in treating toenail fungus. In some people, using chest rub products containing lemon eucalyptus to infected toenails regularly until the infected nail grows out, such as Vicks VapoRub, tends to clear fungal nail infections.

4. Others:

  • Joint discomfort.
  • Arthritis.
  • Other circumstances.

To rate the efficiency of lemon eucalyptus for these uses, more evidence is needed.

BENEFITS OF LEMON EUCALYPTUS OIL:

People suffering from chronic pain, inflammatory conditions, indigestion, fungal and bacterial infections, cough, cold, flu, fever, body odor, arthritis, bronchitis, poor circulation, and sinus infections, as well as people living in mosquito- and insect-infested areas, may find lemon eucalyptus essential oil to be very popular.

1. It Has The Potential To Improve Respiratory Health

Yellow flowers and foliage surround an essential oil container.

Essential oils have been used in diffusers for a long time to convey positive energy.

You can help your respiratory system by inhaling this essential oil or allowing it to be diffused in your home. The anti-inflammatory characteristics of the active components in this oil may help to calm respiratory tracts and reduce coughing.

Some of the antioxidant compounds in this oil may help expedite healing by attacking the underlying infection. When administered before going to bed, this oil is frequently included in chest rubs to help relieve congestion.

2. Circulation May Be Stimulated.

Both limonene and citronellal are stimulants with the potential to affect metabolism and circulation. This means more oxygenated blood and nutrients for cells in the body’s extremities, as well as a surge in energy throughout the day.

3. Could Help To Reduce Inflammation

This oil can be topically administered (a few drops is all you need) to the affected area for possible immediate relief from joint diseases and pain from muscle pains and workout strains. It has been praised in particular for its ability to treat osteoarthritis. Inflammation, on the other hand, can influence the body in a variety of ways, thus both inhalation and topical therapies are indicated.

4. Helps Your Immune System.

Lemon eucalyptus essential oil may be the ideal immune booster due to its antifungal, antioxidant, and antibacterial properties. In order to prevent infections from attacking open wounds, cuts, and scrapes, Aboriginal Australians applied the oil of lemon eucalyptus leaves to the wound. 

5. May Help To Relieve Pain

Pain can take various forms, and lemon eucalyptus essential oil may have been used for a variety of pain-relieving purposes in the past. This essential oil can be inhaled or applied topically for rapid relief from chronic pain caused by disease or injury, as well as acute pain caused by headaches, muscular strains, and surgery.

6. Could Help With Digestion

This essential oil’s anti-inflammatory characteristics may make it suitable for relieving indigestion and stomach trouble. Inhaling this oil as a daily boost to your digestive system can be a smart option if you suffer from persistent constipation, diarrhea, nausea, bloating, cramps, or any other type of poor digestion.

7. Fragrance For The Room

Lemon eucalyptus essential oil is a popular choice for diffusing because of its stimulating characteristics and potential to boost respiratory and immunological health. However, some people experience eye sensitivity when the oil is diffused around the room, so use caution while using this oil in oil diffusers, especially if your eyes are sensitive.