Eucalyptus

Eucalyptus

Bishop's Select Essentials is pleased to offer you three choices when it comes to quality Eucalyptus......Globulus, Blue Mallee and Radiata.

 

Main Constituents: 
1,8-Cineole: 80.53%

Botanical Name: Eucalyptus globulus

Plant Part: Woods and Leaves

Extraction Method: Steam Distilled

 

Origin: China

 

Common Uses: Eucalyptus Globulus Essential Oil has been used on all sorts of skin ailments such as burns, blisters, wounds, insect bites, lice, and skin infections. It has also been used to combat the effects of colds and flu, and there is a history of its application to sore muscles and joints.

History: Eucalyptus Oil has long been used in the home in Australia, and in Spain, the timber of Eucalyptus was used in construction.

Blends well with: Basil, Cajeput, Cedarwood, Citronella, Giner, Lavender, Lemon, Myrtle, Frankincense, Spearmint and Tea Tree. 

Cautions: Eucalyptus Oil should be used in dilution, and be avoided during pregnancy. It is considered toxic if taken internally, non-irritant and non-sensitive. Avoid if you have high blood pressure or epilepsy.

 

Main Constituents: 
1,8-Cineole: 87.40% 
α-Pinene: 1.70% 
β-Pinene: 1.00%

Botanical Name: Eucalyptus polybractea

Plant Part: Woods and Leaves

Extraction Method: Steam Distilled

Origin: Australia

 
Common Uses: Eucalyptus Blue Mallee (Eucalyptus Polybractea) Essential Oil has been used on all sorts of skin ailments such as burns, blisters, wounds, insect bites, lice, and skin infections. The Blue Mallee Oil has the highest Cineol content, and Eucalyptol, which is antiseptic, and therefore the strongest antiseptics among the Eucalyptus. It has also been used to combat the effects of colds and flu.

 

History: The Aboriginals of Australia used the Eucalyptus leaves to clear air and ward off fever. In World War I, the oil was used as medicine during a meningitis outbreak.

Cautions: Eucalyptus Oil should be used in dilution, and be avoided during pregnancy. It is considered toxic if taken internally, non-irritant and non-sensitive. Avoid if you have high blood pressure or epilepsy.

 

Main Constituents: 
1,8-Cineole: 69.15% 
α-Terpineol: 10.10%

Botanical Name: Eucalyptus radiata

Plant Part: Woods and Leaves

Extraction Method: Steam Distilled

 

Origin: Australia

 

Common Uses: Eucalyptus Radiata Essential Oil has been used on all sorts of skin ailments such as burns, blisters, wounds, insect bites, lice, and skin infections. It contains a high percentage of Cineol, also known as Eucalyptol, which has strong antiseptic properties, thus it was popularly used to relieve colds and congestion. Eucalyptus Radiata is preferred over Eucalyptus Globulus because it is less harsh, more pleasant to inhale, and less likely to irritate the skin. It has also been used on sore muscles and joints as well as an antiseptic.

History: Eucalyptus Essential Oil has long been used in homes in Australia. In Spain, the timber of Eucalyptus was used in construction.

Cautions: Eucalyptus Oil should be used in dilution, and be avoided during pregnancy. It is considered toxic if taken internally, non-irritant and non-sensitive. Avoid if you have high blood pressure or epilepsy.

In summary;

• Eucalyptus globulus – This oil is commonly known as Eucalyptus or Blue Gum Oil. It contains 60-75% 1, 8 cineol. This is the eucalyptus that provides the medicinal benefits we all love and is well known. It is originally from Australia, however it is also grows in Brazil, China, Corsica and Ecuador.

Its properties are: anti-viral, anti-bacterial, anti-fungal, anti-aging, anti-infectious, anti-inflammatory, anti-rheumatic, antiseptic, deodorant, insecticidal, mucolytic and expectorant.

The uses of eucalyptus globulus include: respiratory and sinus infections, viral infections (herpes), Candida, acne, bronchitis, rheumatism and arthritis, muscle aches and pains, diabetes, measles, migraines, ulcers, wounds, ear inflammation and iris inflammation.

• Eucalyptus radiata – This oil is commonly known as Black Peppermint Oil. It contains 60-75% 1, 8 cineol and is native to Australia. You’ll notice that the constituent make up is similar to E. globulus, but you will notice a difference in the smell. Radiata is less intense and milder, making it sometimes chosen over E. globulus. Only two out of the six known chemotypes are harvested, CT 1, 8 cineol and CR peperitone.

Its properties are: anti-viral, anti-bacterial, anti-fungal, anti-inflammatory, anti-catarrhal, and expectorant.

The uses of eucalyptus radiata include: respiratory infections and viral infections (herpes simplex when combined with bergamot), acne, bronchitis, ear (inflammation), and inflammation of mucous membrane and sinusitis.

 

Eucalyptus polybractea – This oil is commonly known as Blue Mallee Oil. This tree is grown in France, but native to Australia. It contains 85-95% 1, 8 cineol. The chemotype from the French Tree contains cryptone and smells similar to cumin.

Its properties are: anti-infectious, anti-bacterial, anti-viral, expectorant, mucolytic, anti-inflammatory, viral infections (herpes) and insecticidal. The uses of eucalyptus polybractea include: acne, cystitis and supports the respiratory system.

Its fresh and earthy aroma is uplifting. Dilute 50:50. Can not be used as a dietary supplement.

  

Consult your competent practitioner for all issues related to your own personal health. The information on this page and this site has not been evaluated by the FDA. It relates to historical application of essential oils and should not be construed as claims or medical advice.

 

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