Euky Bear Respiratory Oil & Oilment Euky Bear Eucalyptus Oil 60ml+15ml / Euky Bear Inhalant 200ml / Inhaler Starter Pack / Euky Bear Rub Ointment 50gm
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Availability date: 05/11/2019
Consumer Information: A pure natural premium quality eucalyptus oil with a fresh clean fragrance. ‘Euky Bear’ Brand Eucalyptus Oil has many medicinal and household uses. It helps relieve cold and flu symptoms. It gives soothing relief to arthritic and muscular pain. It is a natural cleaner, air freshener, disinfectant and deodoriser.
History: The eucalyptus oil industry was founded by Joseph Bosisto in Victoria, Australia in 1852. Since then it has been discovered that from 600 species of eucalyptus, Eucalyptus polybractea, commonly known as \"Blue Mallee\" produces the best medicinal oil. \"Euky Bear\" Brand Eucalyptus Oil contains pure \"Blue Mallee\" oil harvested by J. Bosisto and Co. from 5000 hectares of unique natural forest.
Contents: Active ingredient, Eucalyptus Oil BP 100%, pure natural pharmaceutical grade eucalyptus oil. It is produced without pesticides or fertilisers. No artificial additives, aromas or flavourings are added.
Appearance: A clear liquid with a clean fresh fragrance.
Directions for Use
Cold and Influenza Symptoms As an inhalation in steam
Add 15-20 drops of Euky Bear Eucalyptus Oil in to a bowl of hot water. Cover head with towel and inhale vapours to help relieve cold and flu symptoms. For easier daytime breathing, sprinkle a few drops on tissue or handkerchief and inhale gently.
Muscular Aches and Pains
An embrocation for the relief of muscular aches and pains, sprains and strains. For soothing relief gently massage Euky Bear Eucalyptus Oil in to affected parts until a warm glow is felt. Repeat at intervals until pain or swelling disappears.
Caution: Flammable. Not to be taken. Keep out of reach of children.
Warning: Moderately toxic when ingested. If poisoning occurs get to a doctor or hospital quickly. If swallowed do NOT induce vomiting. Give a glass of water.
Storage: Store below 30°C