Common name: Cajuput
Country of Origin - Malaysia, Indonesia, Vietnam Australia
Processed - Steam Distilled
Part used - Fresh leaves and twigs from young trees
Characteristics - Pale yellow-green in color with a camphorous aroma.
Therapeutic: Analgesia, antiseptic, antibacterial, Antiviral, carminative, expectorant, febrifuge, insecticide, rubefacient, sudorific, tonic.
Medical: Internal - asthma, bronchitis, candida, colds, cystitis, flatulence, indigestion, parasites (intestinal roundworms), tonsillitis, urinary tract infection, viral infection.
External: acne, arthritis, earache, headache, insect bites, muscle aches, rheumatism, tinea, toothache.
Industry & Household uses: Used in vaporizers for an antiseptic atmosphere in sick rooms. Traditional folklore says lice and fleas would "fall off cats and dogs" when they were rubbed down with Cajeput. In Asia is used as a room spray for bedbugs and other insects. Also used in soaps and detergents.
BLENDS with: Bergamot, cypress, juniper berry, lemon, pine and rosemary
CAUTIONS: *Keep out of reach of children.*
5 drops Allspice
4 drops Cinnamon
3 Drops Cajuput
3 drops Chamomile
15 ml of your favorite carrier oil
Mix all oils, and use as you would any massage oil. Work into muscles especially after a workout
Myrtle - 4 drops
Spearmint - 4 drops
Grapefruit - 4 drops
Cajuput - 3 drops
15 ml of a carrier oil
Blend together and add 7-9 drops in foot bath, swirl water to disperse the oils, insert feet and relax for 15 minutes
Take a bath with a teaspoon of this Blend added to the water
50 ml Sunflower oil
6 drops lemon
12 drops coriander
6 drops neroli
5 drops ylang ylang
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