A small tree commercially grown and harvested for the essential oil. This is the most common species of Eucalyptus used in commercial oil production in Australia, the harvested leaves and terminal branches are steam distilled to produce the essential oil.
Premium cineole type, highest natural cineole levels of any single distilled Eucalypt. First described in 1900, this Mallee tree has leaves with a blue appearance when viewed en-masse. A small bushy tree of about 5 to 10 metres, is commercially grown and harvested for the essential oil. This is the most common species of Eucalyptus used in commercial oil production in Australia
One of the most commonly used Eucalyptus in liniments and pharmaceutical applications. One of the best natural air cleaners. With a long standing history of use in the skin care of minor burns, blisters, cuts, skin infections and wounds, would also aid in repelling insects. Eases muscle and joint aches and pains, poor circulation, and rheumatoid arthritis. Clearing common respiratory complaints, eases headaches, as well as boosting the immune system.
Safety Precautions : Flammable.