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What is Lemon Eucalyptus Essential Oil?

What is Lemon Eucalyptus Essential Oil?

First component of the Pain Relief essential oil synergy : Lemon Eucalyptus.

Lemon eucalyptus , also known as Corymbia citriodora , is a tree native to Australia.

Its essential oil is obtained from its leaves, which give off a very pleasant fresh and lemony aroma.

In aromatherapy, lemon eucalyptus essential oil is used for its anti-inflammatory and pain-relieving properties .

It is commonly used to treat muscle pain , joint pain , sprains , tendonitis , and other types of pain.

It is also effective in treating inflammation , such as arthritis , tendonitis , bursitis , and other inflammatory disorders.

Due to its antiseptic properties , lemon eucalyptus essential oil is also effective in treating skin infections, such as rashes, fungal infections, and insect bites.

Different routes of administration:

🌿 Olfactory pathway: 20 minutes every hour in diffusion by nebulizer, mixed with other essential oils such as lavender, peppermint or rosemary to create an anti-inflammatory synergy.

🌿 Cutaneous: to be diluted with a vegetable oil of your choice before applying it to the painful or inflamed area.

🌿 Internal route: Its very pronounced taste makes it difficult to ingest alone.

Precautions for use:

Always respect a therapeutic break in case of cure (5 days / 7 or 3 weeks / 4)

📙 Essential oils are wonderful provided you know how to use them.

Like any therapeutic tool, they require precautions for use .
Respect them in order to fully enjoy them.

Lemon eucalyptus essential oil should be used with caution.

It is not recommended for pregnant and breastfeeding women as well as children under 6 years old.

Naturally yours. 🌾

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