EUCALYPTUS

EUCALYPTUS
(eucalyptus globulus, eucalyptus adiata)

 

Article by Kaniz F. Shah


Botanical Name: ucalyptus globulus, radiata
English Name:  eucalyptus
Hindi Name:   
Popular Name(s): eucalyptus
Kingdom: Plantae
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Order: myrtales
Family: myrtaceae (Myrtle shrubs/trees)
Genus: eucalyptus
Species: e. globulus, e. radiata
Parts Used: seed, leaves, stems
Habitat: Australia, worldwide
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Taste:   
Odor: sweet, fruity, slightly camphorous, minty
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Extraction method: steam distilled from leaves
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Aromatherapy

Best essential oil for inspiration

  1. Psychological Properties:

    clears the mind, improves concentration, cools the emotions
  2. Subtle Properties:

    inspires, promotes mental and intuitive clarity, helps counteract “burnout”
  3. Associated animal:

    condor
 

Nutrients:

 

 

Properties:

Analgesic, antifungal, antibacterial, anti-inflammatory, anticatarrhal, anti-infectious, antiviral, insecticidal, expectorant

Plant Description:

Health Benefits of Eucalyptus:

Eucalyptus for the Skin and Hair:

WARNING:

This article is for informational purpose only. Eucalyptus oil is not a treatment for any disease or condition. It is generally safe when used on the skin or hair, but to ensure safety, it is best to do an allergy test. Consult your doctor before using for medical purposes.

Bibliography:

  1. "Single Essential Oils." Modern Essentials: A Contemporary Guide to the Therapeutic Use of Essential Oils. 4th ed. Orem: AromaTools, 2012. 57.
  2. Bull, Ruah. "The Spring Months." Daily Aromatherapy Transforming the Seasons of Your Life with Essential Oils. By Joni Keim. Berkeley: North Atlantic, 2008. 65.
  3. Book “Herbal Encyclopedia” by Doctor Hakeem Hari Chand
  4. Book “Natural Home Remedies” by Penelope Ody

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