Eric Snyder at Eurospa Aromatics tells us that the Ancient Egyptians first to benefit from the healing benefits of eucalyptus oils. More recently, the University of Maryland has done studies on the effectiveness of eucalyptus oil on skin wounds. It also helps by helping to kill mold, mildew and fungus.
EuroSpa offers a unique system that pumps soothing, healing and disinfecting eucalyptus oil directly into the steam line of your spa drop by luxurious drop. Used by major hotels and spas, this system not only provides the health and relaxation benefits to the patrons of these establishments, but makes cleaning the steam room areas a … Read More
One of nature’s most powerful ingredients for moisturizing, soothing, and detoxifying hard-working feet is eucalyptus oil. Its ability to modulate ceramides (lipid component of skin structure) helps the skin’s outer layer to retain moisture. This is extremely important for the feet, which can excrete as much as one pint of moisture every day. A compound … Read More
In a German study published in 2009, Eucalyptus Oil (cineole) was found to benefit patients with chronic pulmonary obstructive disease (COPD). The study of 242 COPD patients found that Eucalyptus Oil actively controlled airway inflammation. The study was conducted over a 6 month period. The frequency, severity and duration of worsening symptoms diminished significantly when … Read More
Eucalyptus Oil Analgesic Effect Not Just a Folk Medicine Approach. Laboratory Proven to Relieve Pain Eucalyptus Oil has been demonstrated to have analgesic (pain relieving) and anti-inflammatory properties according to an article in the September 1, 2008 issue of “Life Extension” magazine. The conclusion drawn by the scientists conducting the study was that “folk medicine” … Read More
Eucalyptus Oil has many and varied medical applications. Topical ointments have been in use among many cultures around the world for many years to heal wounds and cure fungal infections. Teas have been used to reduce fevers. Laboratory tests have confirmed the presence of substances with strong antibacterial properties in Eucalyptus Oil and it was … Read More
Steam rooms tend to acquire an unfriendly odor about them as a normal part of their use; an odor most folks find offensive. Methods commonly used for reducing these foul smells include the introduction of eucalyptus oil into the steam room embedded in towels, sponges, or open containers. While effective, these methods are inefficient and … Read More
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