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LCA Organic Eucalyptus radiata essential oil

LCA Organic Eucalyptus radiata essential oil

Brand : LCA Aroma LCA Aroma
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LCA Huile essentielle d'Eucalyptus radié bio 10 ml in our organic pharmacy, Give your opinion on how to use and dosage with our partner Verified opinions after your purchase.

What is LCA Eucalyptus radiata organic essential oil 10 ml used for?

Eucalyptus radiata essential oil, offered by LCA in a 10 ml format, is a high-quality organic product. This oil is extracted from the leaves of Eucalyptus radiata, also known by its scientific name. With its pure, natural composition, this essential oil offers a variety of therapeutic properties beneficial to health.

When can you use Eucalyptus radiata essential oil?

  • Respiratory infections: rhinopharyngitis, rhinitis, sinusitis...
  • Colds
  • Otitis
  • Viral illnesses and flu
  • Fatty" coughs
  • Gynecological infections: cystitis, vaginitis, leukorrhea
  • Asthenia, immune deficiencies
  • Insect repellent

LCA Eucalyptus radiata essential oil has numerous properties, including:

  • Expectorant and mucolytic
  • Immunostimulant
  • Anti-viral / Anti-bacterial
  • Anti-inflammatory

LCA's Eucalyptus radiata essential oil is recognized for its expectorant and mucolytic properties. These qualities enable it to act effectively on respiratory ailments by thinning bronchial secretions. By promoting this fluidification, it facilitates the expulsion of mucus accumulated in the respiratory tract, which in turn relieves the symptoms of wet coughs. By acting in this way, this essential oil helps to clear the airways and improve breathing, offering real relief to those suffering from respiratory disorders.

Thanks to its immunostimulant properties, LCA Eucalyptus radiata essential oil boosts the body's natural defenses. By stimulating the immune system, it helps reinforce the body's ability to defend itself against external aggressions, whether viral or bacterial. This preventive action helps to reduce the risk of infection and disease, offering enhanced protection against a variety of pathogens.

LCA's Eucalyptus radiata essential oil has powerful antibacterial and antiviral properties. This antimicrobial action enables it to fight effectively against pathogens responsible for respiratory and gynecological infections. By inhibiting the growth and proliferation of these micro-organisms, it helps to reduce the intensity and duration of infections, while promoting rapid recovery. This dual anti-bacterial and anti-viral action makes it an invaluable ally in the treatment of infectious diseases.

In addition to its other properties, LCA's Eucalyptus radiata essential oil has anti-inflammatory properties. This ability enables it to alleviate inflammation of the respiratory tract and affected tissues, helping to relieve symptoms associated with a variety of respiratory and inflammatory disorders. By reducing inflammation, it can also help improve respiratory comfort and reduce the pain associated with these conditions. Thus, this anti-inflammatory property complements the other therapeutic actions of Eucalyptus radiata essential oil, offering overall relief to those affected by these disorders.

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How to use this essential oil

  • By diffusion
  • By the skin: dilute at 20% in a vegetable oil.
  • Orally: take a maximum of 2 drops 3 times a day on a neutral tablet.

Give your opinion on the recommendations for use and dosage of LCA Huile essentielle d'Eucalyptus radié bio with our partner Verified opinions after your purchase.

What are the precautions for use?

For cutaneous application, Eucalyptus Radiata essential oil should be diluted 20% in vegetable oil (20% essential oil and 80% vegetable oil).

What is its composition?

Main chemical compound : Oxides (Cineole: 60 to 70%), Monoterpenols (10 to 20%)
Other chemical compounds: Monoterpenes (7 to 12%), Aldehydes (2 to 8%), Esters (3 to 5%)

Botanical name: Eucalyptus radiata

Part of plant extracted : Leaves

Production process: Complete steam distillation

Presentation

LCA organic Eucalyptus radiata essential oil comes in a 10 ml bottle.

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