Eucalyptus Oil






Eucalyptus oil  ,,Euky Bear" originates in Australia and has spread gradually all over the world. Eucalyptus belongs to the myrtyceae family that counts over 500 registered species. Nowadays, only 10 species are used for commercial purposes. Among the most well-known counts eucalyptus polybractea, eucalyptus globulus, eucalyptus citriodola and eucalyptus radiata. All of them contain, in their leaves, eucalyptus oil, which, however, differentiates by quality and chemical composition. Our "Euky Bear" oil is extracted by distillation of fresh leaves of Eucalyptus polybractea, also known as eucalyptus ,,Blue Mallee". To obtain 50 ml of this oil requires approximately 5kg of fresh leaves from eucalyptus brushes and small trees. Eucalyptus trees growing in wild nature reach up to 100m and they have an average life span of 400years.

 Eucalyptus polybractea is known for its typical rather distinctive scent. This aroma is due to the high content of the active substance – terpenoid 1.8-cineole, which has the ability to penetrate human tissue. Eucalyptus polybractea has about the highest content of this active substance of all known eucalyptus species. The content of the terpenoid 1.8-cineole can reach 95 %. Other eucalyptus species coming from China, India, Tasmania or Spain contain about 60% of this effective substance.

The aborigines used the eucalyptus oil as prevention afainst infection and in reducing fever (packs on the forehead, hands and feet). Eucalyptus has been commercially utilized and sold since 1852 when the pharmacist Joseph Bosisto began, as the first one, to distil the oil in his pharmacy and launched it onto the commercial market.

The products are available in most pharmacies.


Eucalyptus Species Leaf Oil, D-Limonene


  • Insect bite: it helps to relieve pain, itching and swelling. Apply a necessary amount of the preparation onto the affected area (do not rub in, do not massage). Repeat as necessary.
  • Reduction of fever: fever-reducing packs on the forehead, arms and feet. Baths and foot baths: add 1 to 2 teaspoonfuls to your bath to make a refreshing and relaxing bath.
  • Sauna: apply 1 teaspoonful of the oil to the hot stones, it helps to clear the airways.
  • Aromatherapy: add 10 drops into an air humidifier or an aromatherapy lamp. It cleans the air and destroys mites and their allergens.
  • Mouth hygiene: add 2 drops onto the tooth paste or in a glass of water and gargle.
  • Massage of the scalp: When washing the hair, rub a few drops into the scalp and then wash with shampoo. It removes dandruff.
  • Cleaning hands and skin: The oil removes grease as well as colours. Apply a few drops to a piece of cloth, clean the affected area and then wash with soap.
  • Removal of greasy spots and stains: Apply to clothing, curtains, carpets, linoleum and tiles. Apply a few drops to a piece of cloth and wipe the affected material. In order not to leave a map, brush in the direction to the centre of the spot.
  • Removal of chewing gums, stickers and plasters: Dip a piece of cloth in the oil and remove.
  • Washing working clothes: add 1 up to 2 tea-spoonfuls to a full washing machine.
  • Washing animals: Add 5 drops to an adequate quantity of water. It removes fleas and enhances the fur. Do not exceed the recommended dose as animals are very sensitive to scents.


Volume: 50 ml

Country of origin of raw material: Australia

Storage: Storage at temperature 25°C. Keep the oil away from direct sunlight.

Only to be used externally! Keep out of reach of children! Avoid contact with eyes! Store in a dry, well-ventilated place! Not suitable for children under 3 years! Keep away from direct sunlight! Use only for its intended purpose!

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