10ml, 25ml, 50ml, 100ml
green, less sharp/ pungent than kochii & polybractea, minty, with a mild citrus back note
Steam (leaves and branches)
Alpha-pinene, cineole, limonene
immune support, antimicrobial, respiratory support, air purification, cleaning, skin support, joint and muscle support
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Considered non-toxic and non-sensitising. Eucalyptus radiata’s 1,8-Cineole content can cause central nervous system and breathing problems in infants and young children, therefore we recommend it not be applied on or around the face, or used in steaming, of children under 10 years. If using topically on children, on other areas of the body, always use a very low dilution rate. Can be diffused. Use with caution on older children. Oxidised oil may cause irritation, avoid using old oil. Not to be taken. Keep out of reach of children. If pregnant or breastfeeding, consult a qualified healthcare practitioner before using.
Vitor / Vancouver –
Starts incredibly mentholated… opens your nostrils and throat right away. Awakening!
Fresh, green, sharp, mint-menthol… it has a really nice lemon-lime note to it, citrusy.
That sharp menthol tones down, leaving this nice sweet, gentle citrus, green, aroma, almost like lemon drops. Finishing with a turpentine, woody sauna like scent… (3-4 hours on the skin)
I have a feeling this would be a top note, it loses strength really fast and die off in the same manner. This will work really well with woods, cedar wood, cypress, citrus notes in general, minty notes, lavender, green kitchen herbs, and some sweet florals.
Australia produces some amazing eucalyptus, and with that comes also amazing oils. This specifically comes from Tasmania and it’s produced by steam distillation of leaves and branches…
… My Fragrance Journey!!!