Eucalyptus Lemon Organic Essential Oil, 10ml

€ 5,80

Organic Eucalyptus Lemon BIO is an essential oil with natural healing properties. It can help treat muscular injuries, fungal and bacterial skin infections, sores and wounds, respiratory tract conditions like asthma, bronchitis, colds and flu, fever, and insect bites. Use it as an insect repellent and experience its refreshing aroma!

The Eucalyptus citriodora oil has an intense citrus, balsamic aroma.

- Pain-relieving
- Fungal skin infections
- Bacterial skin infections
- Sores and wounds
- Respiratory tract conditions like asthma, bronchitis, colds and flu
- Reduce fever
- Insect bites and stings
- Insect repellent

Usage tips

Diffuse it!
This is an excellent essential oil to diffuse to repel mosquitos and other insects.

To avoid getting insect bites:
Mix 5 drops in 10ml of carrier oil of your choice and apply it to your skin before going out at night.

Use: Food flavoring (CoE n°: 186n)
Food dosage: 1 drop in a dish for 5 people (never exceed 2%)
Always use the essential oil diluted in suitable support (ex: vegetable oil, honey...)
Soluble in alcohol, fatty substances (vegetable oils and butters), and creams (emulsions).
Insoluble in water. It is, however, possible to use it as a mixture in these types of products but pre-mixed with Solubol (in this case it is necessary to put 4 times more solubol than essential oil).

Therapeutic use:
Fungal skin conditions, bacterial skin infection, muscular injuries, wounds, sores, respiratory tract conditions, fever, asthma, candida, insect repellent, insect bites.

  • Analgesic - Pain killer, reduces pain
  • Antibacterial - kills bacterial growth or prevents bacteria from growing
  • Antifungal - prevents or kills fungus growth
  • Anti-infectious - prevents or treats an infection
  • Anti-inflammatory - reduces inflammation and swelling
  • Antiseptic - prevents or combats bacterial infection
  • Antispasmodic - prevents or relieves spasms
  • Calmative - sedative calming effect
  • Insect repellent
  • Vulnerary - helps wounds to heal

This oil is Safe to Diffuse.

  • Dog Safe
Health issues
  • Fever
  • Fungal infections
Muscles & joints issues
  • Muscle aches & pains
  • Muscle injuries
Respiratory issues
  • Asthma
  • Colds & Flu
Skin & hair issues
  • Infections
  • Insect bites & stings
  • Insect repellents
  • Wounds & ulcers
More information

INCI name: Eucalyptus citriodora leaf oil
Botanical name: Eucalyptus citriodora
Distilled part of the plant: Leaves
Production process: Distillation by steam distillation
Origin of the plant: Madagascar

Blends well with

Basil linalol, black pepper, cedarwood, cypress, eucalyptus radiata, geranium, ginger, helichrysum, juniper berry, lavandin, lavender, marjoram sweet, peppermint, pine, ravensara, ravintsara, rosemary, tea tree, thyme linalol

Precautions for use

- Always use the essential oil diluted in a vegetable oil or in another suitable support. Respect the recommended dosages.

- Do not use in pregnant or breastfeeding women, in children under 3 years old, or in asthmatic or allergic subjects to any of its components.

- This essential oil can be allergenic.
- Consult a specialist for all other indications.


Quality: 100% pure and natural essential oil. Essential Oil Botanically and Biochemically Defined (HEBBD), chemotyped (HECT)
Cultivation: Product from organic farming, certified by Bureau Veritas Certification France, FR-BIO-10
Appearance: Clear liquid
Color: Yellow
Smell: Aromatic, fresh, lemony, woody, spicy
Density: 0.860 - 0.882
Flash point: 77°C


Main components:
Lemonellal: between 65 and 82%
Citronellol: between 0 and 14%
Isopulgeol: between 0 and 9%
Allergens : a-pinene, b-pinene, limonene

The natural origin of the essential oil does not make it possible to obtain an identical composition for each production. Composition and allergens on request.


Certified AB France
100% natural product
Essential Oil Botanically and Biochemically Defined (HEBBD), chemotyped (HECT)
Not tested on animals
Raw materials in line with respect for the environment
No material from petrochemicals
We favor small producers, artisans and fair trade

Packaging & storage

Store away from air, heat and light
Storage: 24 months after opening
Packaging: 10ml amber glass bottle with dropper cap

A little history

A favorite dish of Koalas in Australia, fresh Eucalyptus leaves were also once used by Australian Aborigines. The delicate smell of Eucalyptus leaves is linked to the oil glands present on the leaves, which when they capture the sun, release their abundant nectar. Lemon Eucalyptus has the same characteristics as all other Eucalyptus: rounded young leaves, lanceolate adult leaves with white flowers and hemispherical and woody fruits.




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