Cajuput e.o. – 15 ml
The Cajuput e.o. (essential oil) comes from the leaves and twigs of the tree of the same name. The scientific name of the tree is called Melaleuca Cajuputi. There are many properties that can be derived from the oil. These include it being:
- an antiseptic.
- an insecticide.
- a decongestant.
- an analgesic.
- an expectorant.
- a febrifuge.
- a vermifuge.
- an anti-spasmodic.
The Cajuput e.o. has other uses. These include it being a carminative, a stimulant, and a tonic.
Among the many uses of Cajuput e.o., its antiseptic properties are what makes the oil famous. It is very efficient in fighting off infections. It can also fight off bacteria, viruses, and fungi. It should be applied with a carrier oil when used on the skin. It can also fight off tetanus until a proper vaccine is taken.
Aside from being a great antiseptic, the Cajuput e.o. is also a great insecticide. When diluted, it can be sprayed on an area to keep off insects. It can also be placed inside a vaporizer. It can even be applied on the skin. Just make sure that the mixture is diluted first.
The oil is also analgesic in nature. This means that it can aid in the relief of pain. For instance, it can be applied on the forehead to relieve headaches. It can also be a quick relief for stiff or painful joints.
The essential oil is also a good decongestant. It can give relief for clogged nose. It can also help in the relief of clogged throat. It is useful in the relief from coughs and colds. Just inhaling the strong scent of the oil can do this.
Note: Although remedial, people with major health ailments like cancer, or epilepsy should avoid use. Non—toxic, non—irritant, possible sensitization in some individuals. Not to be used while pregnant.