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Eucalyptus Blue Gum Crude (Eucalyptus globulus) Essential Oil

Eucalyptus Blue Gum Crude (Eucalyptus globulus) Essential Oil

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Eucalyptus Blue Gum Crude (Eucalyptus globulus) Essential Oil

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Eucalyptus globulus essential oil is crude versus rectified Eucalyptus globulus. Rectification removes certain chemical compounds and produces an oil with more agreeable and familiar odor, but also results in a poor therapeutic choice. Crude Eucalyptus globulus still contains chemical compounds missing in the rectified oil, preserving all its benefits for protection of the respiratory system. It also keeps a powerful distinctive odor in comparison with rectified oil.

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Plant description

Latin Name : Eucalyptus globulus
English Name : Eucalyptus Blue Gum, Tasmanian Blue Gum, Blue Gum, Australian Fevertree, oil of respiration
French Name : Eucalyptus commun,Eucalyptus globuleux, gommier, gommier bleu, arbre au koala, arbre à la fièvre, huile de respiration
Family : Myrtaceae
Origin : Australia

History and Origin

Native from Australia, especially from Tasmania, eucalyptus was widely planted in the subtropical areas of Asia and in the Mediterranean basin. The plant has the exceptional ability to capture water from soil in which it grows, and dries rapidly the wetlands it colonizes. This way, it eliminates the breeding grounds for insects which spread malaria, hence its name “arbre à la fièvre” or Australian fevertree. The aboriginals placed the end of a root of eucalyptus in water and the other end in a container to fill it using its pumping action effect. They were also using the leaves to treat fever and many other problems. Commercial production of eucalyptus essential oil started in 1860, in the Victoria area in Australia. Currently, Australia, Morocco, Spain and some countries of the ex-URSS are among the main producers.

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Aromatherapy Data Sheet

Distilled Part : Leaves
Extraction : Steam distillation
Oil Characteristics : Mobile, clear yellow liquid with a fresh characteristic scent of eucalyptus.
Properties : Positivant, anticatarrhal, expectorant+++, mucolytic+, antimicrobial, antibacterial (staphylococcus aureus+++...), antifungal (candida++), antiviral, antiseptic.
Indications : Tonsillitis++, nasopharyngitis+++, laryngitis, flu++, otitis, sinusitis, bronchitis+++, asthmatic bronchitis, bronchopneumonia+, infectious adenitis+, bacterial and candidosic dermatitis++.


Energetic and emotional effect

It helps organize thoughts, motivates to work, and brings harmony and serenity.

 

 

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Uses

Culinary

Eucalyptus is used in making confectionery typical taste chewing gum. It is also used in the manufacture of lozenges and paste helping to soothe sore throat.

Perfumery

Camphor and woody top note.

Synergy

Eucalyptus goes well with orange, lemon, thyme, lavender, rosemary, pine and fir.

Skincare

It is used in making mouthwash, toothpaste or pharmacological preparations for respiratory infections. You can put a few drops in your shampoo in case of itchy scalp.

Environment

In the 19th century, the essential oil was used to sanitize urine catheter in British hospital. In diffusion, it cleans air and helps relieve infections. You can put a few drops on the stones of a sauna.

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Safety Data and Contraindications

  • Not recommended for children and sensitive individuals (use instead eucalyptus radiata or smithii).
  • It is not recommended to apply it on the face or near the nose in people with asthma.
  • Make a test before using because it can cause skin reactions.

 

Chromatography

Lot BEUGLBRUTESP06U (2020/01)

Spain

Terpene Oxide: 1,8-Cineol (65,46 %)

Monoterpene: alpha-pinene (13,44 %)

Documentation and References

  • TURBIDE, Michel, L’aromathérapie : Huiles essentielles du Québec et du monde, Édition Santé-Arôme.
  • FRANCHOMME, P., Docteur PÉNOËL, D. L’aromathérapie exactement, Éditions Roger Jollois.
  • EIDSON, D., La guérison vibratoire, Guy Trédaniel Éditeur.
  • LUBINIC, E., Manuel pratique d’aromathérapie, les huiles essentielles et leur utilisation, Éditions Vigot.