How to use dried eucalyptus leaves in the shower
The idea is simple: gather the fresh herbs and tie the stems together, then secure it behind your showerhead using a string or twine, hanging downwards and out of the direct stream of water. (Begin by using a few leaves and gradually increase the amount if desired. Too many leaves might create an overpowering scent.)
Don't worry if the leaves get a little wet, but if they are soaked all the time, they will start to grow mould.
Health benefits of Eucalyptus
It’s not all about the bathroom style though, it also boasts a heap of health benefits.
The steam (and heat) releases the essential oils in the herbs, which helps to fight brain fog and stress, acts as a decongestant, boosts the immune system and wakes you up in the morning too.
And for the night-time showerers among us, you can swap the eucalyptus or combine it with other herbs or flowers like lavender, mint, or chamomile.
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