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Essential Teachings CDEucalyptus 4oz

Eucalyptus 1oz

Eucalyptus  1oz
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Used for antiseptic, expectorant, oxygenator, antimalarial, increases urinary flows, energy, membrane cleanser, respiratory decongestant, diaphoretic [sweating herb], prolapsed [fallen] uterus, boils


Eucalyptus is a powerful antiseptic of specific value for boils, carbuncles and skin ulcers. Eucalyptus has proved to be useful for wounds, cuts and scrapes. Infections may be avoided if Eucalyptus is applied externally instead of iodine. The greatest benefit of Eucalyptus is its use in decongestion of respiratory channels: colds, flu, sore throat, irritation and dryness at the back of the mouth and behind the nose.

Breathing its vapor is aromatherapy and will clean the nose and chest. It may be applied externally across the sinuses to relieve congestion and headache. Apply to the chest and back for bronchitis, asthma, fevers and related disorders. Taken internally, it relieves the following conditions: croup, asthma, hemorrhoids, inflammation of reproductive and urinary organs, and fever disorders.

Taken internally with Buchu, the prolapsed [fallen] uterus is corrected and offensive odors are diminished. Can also be applied to aching joints.

Dose |  Take drop by drop on the tongue as desired. Apply externally on cuts, scrapes and wounds to prevent infections and speed healing. Eucalyptus can be applied to chest and back for bronchitis, asthma and related disorders and to chase away fevers. Can also be applied to aching joints.

This information is about historical observations and historical information relating to herbs. This information is not Intended to be a substitute for medical advice by licensed physicians. A person should consult a physician regularly in all matters relating to medical problems, especially in matters of diagnosing, treating or curing diseases or other physical or mental conditions. This information has not been verified by the American Medical Association or the Food and Drug Administration.

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