|Latin Name :||Eucalyptus radiata|
|English Name :||Eucalyptus radiata, narrow-leaved peppermint|
|French Name :||Eucalyptus radié, eucalyptus officinal|
|Origin :||South Africa, Australia|
History and Origin
Eucalyptus radiata is a tree with a bluish grey trunk which may reach 30 to 50 meters in height. The flowers are grouped by 11 to 20 and are cream white. Australian aboriginals used the fresh leaves to heal their wounds. They already knew well its great antiviral and immune system stimulant properties. Eucalyptus radiata is part of all the pharmacopoeia throughout the world.