Australian Blue Mallee Eucalyptus Oil 500ml
BEO 500100% Pure Australian Blue Mallee Eucalyptus Oil 500ml bulk pack
Bygum "Blue Mallee" Eucalyptus Oil is produced from EUCALYPTUS POLYBRACTEA which is a dwarf variety of the Eucalyptus species and has only been found to grow naturally in two locations in Australia.
One of these locations is in the general "Goldfields" area of North West Victoria where our harvesting and distillery is located. Eucalyptus Polybractea is known locally and by Australian Producers as "Blue Mallee" in reference to the Glaucous Bluey - grey / Bluey-green colour of the leaves.
While there are hundreds of different varieties of Eucalyptus growing naturally in Australia only a very small number can be used to produce medicinal quality Eucalyptus Oil and of these EUCALYPTUS POLYBRACTEA or "Blue Mallee" is recognised as producing the Highest Quality Medicinal Eucalyptus Oil known.
In addition to its high quality for medicinal use "Blue Mallee" is highly valued and sought after for its very Strong and Long Lasting Odour which make it ideal for cleaning and freshening in the home. If you have never used Pure Blue Mallee Eucalyptus Oil you will be astounded by the strength of the Oil and the difference it makes to any cleaning / freshening tasks you normally use Eucalyptus Oil for.
We challenge any brand of Eucalyptus Oil being sold at retail level to declare exactly how much Australian Produced Eucalyptus Oil is actually in the product they are selling. You simply cannot avoid the fact that the Eucalyptus Oil sold in Australian Supermarkets or Pharmacies is either mostly imported oil or fully imported oil!
If you want to know what real Australian "Blue Mallee" Eucalyptus Oil smells like and experience how much more effective it is for cleaning and freshening, buy a bottle of Bygum Eucalyptus Oil
How to make homemade Eucalyptus oil Woolwash for your towels and beddingMix up: 200 - 300 grams of soap flakes (Lux or other) with 200mLs of methylated spirits and 50mL of Bygum Eucalyptus Oil. Stir well until it makes a soft wet uniform mixture. Make and keep in a wide mouth glass jar. Keep lid tightly sealed when not being used.
For towels or table sheets or linen use a generous amount of the mixture and dissolve in warm water in bucket or tub and then hand wash or gentle machine wash the garment as you normally would.
This mixture also makes an excellent natural soap based cleaner for getting rid of built up oil residues / grime etc. in wet areas such as showers, baths and so forth. Use with a plastic scourer pad or stiff brush for best results.
The primary active constituent in eucalyptus leaves is the volatile oil eucalyptol. For eucalyptus to provide an effective expectorant and antiseptic action, the volatile oil should contain at least 70% eucalyptol. Eucalyptus oil has been compared to menthol because it acts on receptors in the nasal mucosa, which help to alleviate nasal congestion.
Australian Blue Mallee Eucalyptus Oil Frequently Asked QuestionsWhat are the benefits of Australian Blue Mallee Eucalyptus oil?
Medicinal eucalyptus oil is widely used for the relief of cold and influenza symptoms. It is a unique natural product having antiseptic properties and the power to clear the nasal passages and bronchial tubes making it easier to breathe.
Medicinal eucalyptus oil is used as an active ingredient for cough lozenges, inhalation sprays and drops, gargles, mouth washes, toothpastes, balms and ointments, liniments and soaps.
It is becoming popular to use it in saunas and vaporizers. It is an excellent rub for muscular aches and pains and it has been widely used for many years by athletes to help keep muscles in shape. A use which is gaining widespread acceptance is the practice of adding eucalyptus oil to the laundry wash for cleaning and freshening clothes, which utilises its cleaning, deodorizing and antiseptic properties. Some claim it even kills dust mites
Eucalyptus oil is also used in antiseptic and germicidal disinfectants because of its pleasant odor and its effectiveness in killing bacteria. It is an excellent solvent which makes it an ideal spot and stain remover.
How do I use a Steam Inhalation?Steam inhalation allows hot, moist air to enter the respiratory tract. Eucalyptus is known for its decongestant properties. By using the oil as a steam inhalation, your nasal passages and sinuses can be cleared
To prepare a Eucalyptus steam inhalation, you need the following materials:
kettle with boiling water
sheet or large towel
large bowl or container
Once you have all these, carefully pour about 4-6 cubs of boiling water from the kettle into the large bowl. Then, add three drops of Eucalyptus oil. Hold your head over the bowl, eyes looking down on it. Next, cover your head with the sheet or towel. Close your eyes and breathe slowly and deeply. Do this for about 15 minutes until your nasal passages are cleared.
Eucalyptus supplementation is inadvisable for young children, pregnant women or women who are breastfeeding, and anyone with low blood pressure, kidney problems, stomach problems, intestinal or biliary inflammation, or liver disorders. Insulin-dependent diabetics should carefully monitor blood sugar since eucalyptus may affect blood sugar levels.
Available in 50ml, 100ml, 200ml and 500ml glass bottles and 1 litre plastic jerry can
How to use Eucalyptus oil in the Laundry and for WashingIn the wash use a few drops of Bygum Eucalyptus Oil to help clean and freshen when clothes are heavily soiled or smelly (especially great on teenagers clothes). The 25% mixture with methylated spirits also makes for an excellent prewash stain remover or deodoriser for individual items.
Make your Australian eucalyptus oil go 4 times as far by mixing 25% Bygum Eucalyptus Oil with 75% methylated Spirits. It will work just as well for all your cleaning jobs and still have that same strong fragrance that Bygum Eucalyptus Oil is renowned for
Avoid contact with eyes and mucous membranes
Discontinue use if excessive irritation develops
Not suitable for babies
Not suitable for inhalation, or external use on unbroken skin only
Not recommended for children under 7 years old.