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Analgesic, Anodyne, Antibacterial, Antirheumatic, Antispasmodic, AntiViral, Aromatic, Astringent, Bitter, Breath, Cicatrisant, Cytophylactic, Depurative, Diuretic, Expectorant, Febrifuge, Hypoglycemic, Insect Repellents, Refresh, Refrigerant, Rubefacient, Vermifuge, Vulnerary


Medicinal Uses:

Allergies, Aromatherapy, Arthritis, Bronchitis, Burns, Colds, Congestion, Cuts and Wounds, Facial Care, Flu, Herbal Steam, Herbal Teas, Herpes/Cold Sores, Insect Repellent, Lice, Lupus, Nerve/Back Pain, Pain Relief, Rheumatoid Arthritis, Sinus, Sore Throat


Eucalyptus is an evergreen tree of the Myrtaceae family that typically grow from 30 to 55 m (98 to 180 ft) tall. The bark sheds often, peeling in large strips. The broad juvenile leaves are borne in opposite pairs on square stems. They are about 6 to 15 cm long and covered with a blue-grey, waxy bloom. The mature leaves are narrow, sickle-shaped and dark shining green. They are arranged alternately on rounded stems and range from 15 to 35 cm in length. The buds are top-shaped, ribbed and warty and have a flattened operculum (cap on the flower bud) bearing a central knob. The cream-colored flowers are borne singly in the leaf axils and produce copious nectar that yields a strongly flavored honey. The fruits are woody and range from 1.5 to 2.5 cm in diameter. Numerous small seeds are shed through valves (numbering between 3 and 6 per fruit) which open on the top of the fruit. It produces roots throughout the soil profile, rooting several feet deep in some soils. They do not form taproots.

Also Known As:
Eucalyptus, blue gum, australian fever tree, tasmanian blue gum, southern blue gum.


1 Ounce
  • Organic Certified

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