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5 Uses For Eucalyptus Oil

Hello June! We’re welcoming the start of a new month with brand new, incredible specials for all of you to enjoy! Today Team Ambrosia is kicking off the June Specials with 5 ways you can use Eucalyptus Oil every day… did we mention it’s on sale this month for just $5.99?!

Eucalyptus Oil… Used 5 Ways! Brit, Team Ambrosia

 I first really fell in love with eucalyptus oil during a spin class session in Toronto! After 45 minutes of high intensity, nonstop cardio, eucalyptus infused cold towels were distributed amongst fellow spinning patrons! The scent was incredible! It was a rejuvenating, yet relaxing, burst of aromatic amazingness! Just what the doctor ordered!

Ever since, I have been positively obsessed with this oil and the wonderfully icy/refreshing aroma that it exudes! So I am more than pleased to share some of these unique uses for the oil with all of you today!

  1. Jet Lag

Eucalyptus oil is commonly used aromatically to help fight fatigue associated with jet lag. The pungent aroma is infamous for its uplifting and energizing qualities, thereby helping to awaken the senses. Take a moment post-flight to inhale the scent, and let the aroma works its magic!

  1. Foot Soak

Mixed with various essential oils into a warm bowl of water, eucalyptus oil can be used to create a lavish foot spa. Eucalyptus oil has powerful anti-viral and bacterial properties, helping to clean any impurities from walking around on your feet all day…. Not to mention, can we just imagine how relaxing this would be?! I would imagine that this would also work quite nicely for a hand soak as well.

  1. Room Spray

Essential oils offer a natural, safe alternative to conventional, chemical-laden air fresheners or room sprays. Try mixing eucalyptus essential oil with lemon and tea tree oil for a powerful antibacterial punch.

  1. Shower Use

Many people sprinkle a few drops of the oil onto the bath floor of a steamy shower to help clear their mind and wake up in the morning. A eucalyptus scented shower would be blissful to say the least. *** Many people will also add this particular oil to bubble baths as well.

  1. Ease Muscle Aches

Eucalyptus oil is anti-inflammatory in nature; so it is common to add a few drops of eucalyptus oil to moisturizers/creams and rub or massage over sore muscles, as well as aches and pains.

Have you ever tried any of the above?! Let us know!

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