Facts about Eucalyptus Essential Oils

Eucalyptus is a famous essential oil with industrial and practical uses. The essential oil is loaded with powerful healing properties. The oil is produced from a fast growing evergreen tree called Eucalyptus globulus alias Blue Gum. The tree is native to Australia. Eucalyptus oil is produced from the dried leaves of this tree. The liquid is colorless and has a strong sweet, woody smell. There are around 700 different varieties of eucalyptus plants in the world. And, 500 of these trees produce the essential oil.

 

Different Types of Eucalyptus Oils

 

Here is a quick walk through common types of eucalyptus oils:

  1. Blue Mallee is also known as eucalyptus polybractea. This plant produces an oil that is high in compounds like cineole.

  2. Eucalyptus globulus has grabbed the attention of both chemists and botanists. The oil is widely used! Around 60 to 70 percent of the oil is cineole.

  3. Eucalyptus radiate is also known as “narrow leaved peppermint”. This is a medium sized plant with fibrous barks. Around 65 to 70 percent of the oil is cineole.

  4. Eucalyptus citriodora alias lemon scented gum is a huge tree with plenty of industrial purposes! Most people use the tree to produce perfume.

 

Benefits of Eucalyptus Oils

 

History reveals that eucalyptus oils were used during early 1880s. This can be attributed to its advantageous nature. Here are few benefits in using the oil:

  1. Studies reveal that the eucalyptus oil has strong antibacterial properties. Infections and wounds can be covered with eucalyptus oil. It prevents the growth of bacteria!

  2. According to a paper published in the American Journal of Physical Medicine and Rehabilitation, eucalyptus oil serves as a great pain reliever.

  3. The oil is capable of fighting against the causes of tooth decay. That is why many dentists rely on eucalyptus during their treatments.

  4. With frequent usage, the oil will improve your immune system.

  5. Another interesting benefit of using the eucalyptus oil would be its ability to handle mental exhaustion. The oil offers a refreshing effect!

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Uses of Eucalyptus Oils

 

Do you wish to keep mosquitoes away? If yes, you should mix citronella-, lemongrass- and eucalyptus- oil on your body! This mixture is a natural bug repellent. Many people use eucalyptus essential oils to eliminate curtain scum. The oil kills natural mold in few minutes. Likewise, the smell of smoke can be eliminated using eucalyptus oil.