oil of eucalyptus

oil of eu·ca·lyp·tus

volatile oil from the fresh leaves of Eucalyptus globulus (family Myrtaceae) and some other species of Eucalyptus; native to Australia; pungent oil with a spicy, cooling taste. Has been used as an aromatic in inhalants, as an expectorant, anthelmintic, and local antiseptic.
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Composition of leaf essential oil of Eucalyptus camaldulensis.
Synergistic properties of the terpenoids aromadendrene aand 1,8-cineole from the essential oil of Eucalyptus globulus against antibiotic-susceptible and antibiotic-resistant pathogens.
Synergistic properties of the terpenoids aromadendrene and 1,8-cineole from the essential oil of Eucalyptus globulus against antibiotic-susceptible and antibiotic-resistant pathogens.
Oil of eucalyptus should not be used on children under age 3.
Relief can be had by using a rub on the affected areas, add a few drops of essential oil of eucalyptus, rosemary or wintergreen to some almond oil and massage in.
The constituents of leaves essential oil of Eucalyptus globulus from Morocco are listed in order of their elution on the TR5- CPSIL- 5CB column, figure 1.
I was always getting told off for climbing up and looking in the medicine chest but I was fascinated by the smells which included wintergreen, oil of eucalyptus, sal volatile and a jar of pink ointment without a label known as 'elibinc'.
The essential oil of eucalyptus is used in the following ways:
Teal's Epsom Salt Soaking Solution, which combines the benefits of epsom salts with the essential oil of eucalyptus, spearmint and lavender.
Add two ounces of oil of eucalyptus and one quart of pure alcohol (or beer can also be used).
These can include coffee, oil of eucalyptus, mustard, or dove, lemon juice, turpentine, tea, or even the fresh urine of camels or yaks.