Eucalyptus globulus 80/82% FCC

Eucalyptus globulus 80/82% FCC
Country of Origin: China
Botanical Name: Eucalyptus globulus labille
Method of Cultivation: Conventional
Method of Extraction: Steam Distilled
Plant Material Used: Leaves
 
CAS No: 8000-48-4
Flash Point (closed cup): 120 F
 
Color: Clear, Colorless mobile liquid
Odor: Herbal, eucalyptol, camphorus

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Also known as Tasmanian blue gum, or, blue gum. The active therapeutic and principal constituent of the medicinal oils is 1,8-cineole.

Distilled from the fresh or partly dried, long and narrow leaves. Pharmaceutically, it is the most important (type) of all the Cineole types of eucalyptus.

Chemical composition:
a-pinene (10.66%)
B-pinene (0.18%)
a-phellandrene (0.09%)
1,8-cineole (69.10%)
limonene (3.29%)
terpinen-4-ol (0.22%)
aromadendrene (1.63%)
epiglobulol (0.80%)
piperitone (0.1 %)
globulol (5.33%)

The main use of E. globulus is:
- flavoring of cough drops,
- vaporizers,
- mouth gargles,
- toothpaste, etc.

It is comparatively stable in soap and it has a powerful 'lifting' effect upon the other ingredients in the soap perfume.

According to TCM: eucalyptus is an exceptional remedy for clearing lung-phlegm and wind-heat.
Which would make this beneficial for the onset of flu or fever, sore throat, the common cold, sinusitis and chronic bronchitis.
Classified as a tonic of the lung Qi and is used to enhance the breathing function, promoting the uptake of oxygen by the red blood cells.

Eucalyptus globulus may also:
- Clear the head and aid concentration.
- maybe effective as an insect repellent.
- may be used to treat burns, blisters, cuts and wounds.

Caution:
EXTERNAL USE ONLY.
Do not use undiluted on the skin.
Keep away from children & pets.
Store away from heat & light.
This is powerful oil.
Best avoided on people suffering from high blood pressure or epilepsy.
Avoid application on infants.

Ref:
S. Battaglia -The Complete Guide to Aromatherapy
W. Sellar -Directory of Essential Oil
G. Mojay - Aromatherapy for healing the Spirit
P. Holmes - The Energetics of Western Herbs Vol 1

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