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This month's aromatherapy post is about eucalyptus. Eucalyptus is very commonly known and used, and you may already be aware of some of its health benefits. Eucalyptus is native to Australia and has been used by the native Aborigines for generations to treat fevers and skin irritations. It is also known for being the primary food for koala bears.
Being a very strong oil, it is best to dilute it in a carrier oil or water before applying to your skin. It is best to avoid use of the oil for pregnant women or children under the age of 2. Small amounts found in food or medications such as lozenges is fine, but skin coming into contact with the oil should be avoided. It is generally safe to diffuse or inhale the scent of eucalyptus. Let's look at a few of the more interesting health benefits of eucalyptus.