Eucalyptus Essential Oil
There are several distinct species of essential oils from Eucalyptus. The most popular type of eucalyptus, known as the Blue Gum tree, occurs mostly in Australia and Tasmania, but there are more than 300 identified species varieties.
Method of Extraction
Plant Part Used
Eucalyptus Globulus Essential Oil smells fresh, medicinal, woody and earthy.
Eucalyptus Globulus Essential Oil consists primarily of 1, 8 cineole oxide (also classified as eucalyptol or cineole only). Eucalyptus Globulus Essential Oil has a soothing fragrance that is fresh woody and bright.
Koala bears are commonly associated with the Eucalyptus Tree since Eucalyptus leaves are their staple diet. Most of the 700 Eucalyptus varieties grow as trees, while some grow as shrubs. The tree goes hand in hand with several nicknames, such as Fever Tree, Blue Gum Tree, and Stringy Bark Tree, based on its world location.
Its leaves are dried ground and extracted to produce the essential oil. Australia is the main and prime source of Eucalyptus Oil, the Eucalyptus tree and its essential oil production spread to the rest of the world including Brazil Italy, Greece, China, and India.
- Eucalyptus Essential Oil in the bedroom all through the night to clear nasal passages and remove dangerous airborne bacteria that add to the sensation of being unwell.
- Eucalyptus Oil effectively removes dirt and grime, making it an ideal kitchen cleaning drug.
- It can also be blended-in with finger-made soaps and detergents for washing.
- Adding as a cleaning agent to natural home-made sprays, this can be used to scrub pots, ground, countertops, and curtains, just to list a few surfaces.
- The pleasant fragrance allows an excellent freshener of the fabric and can be blended with Lemon or Tea Tree Essential Oils, diluted with water, and added to odorous fabrics such as shoe insides.