Eucalyptus Pure(Eucalyptus globulus)
Eucalyptus globulus, commonly known as southern blue gum is a species of tall, evergreen tree to southeastern Australia.
buds arranged singly or in groups of three or seven in leaf axils, white flowers and woody fruit.
There are four subspecies, each with a different distribution across Australia, occurring in New South Wales, Victoria and Tasmania.
Eucalyptus globulus was first formally described in 1800 by the French botanist Jacques Labillardière in his book,Relation du Voyage à la Recherche de la Pérouse The Tasmanian blue gum was proclaimed as the floral emblem of Tasmania on 27 November 1962. The species name is from the Latin globulus, a little ball or small sphere,referring to the shape of the fruit.
Blue gum is one of the most extensively planted eucalypts. Its rapid growth and adaptability to a range of conditions is responsible for its popularity. It is especially well-suited to countries with a Mediterranean-type climate, but also grows well in high altitudes in the tropics.
Oil yield ranges from 1.0-2.4% (fresh weight), with cineole being the major isolate.E. Globulus oil has established itself internationally because it is virtually phellandrene free, a necessary characteristic
Eucalyptus globulus Labill leaf pieces is the best materials of health tea and health food/pharmaceutical,it can be use in tea bag, candy, pharmaceutical, etc.
below are some uses of E.Globulus in
Bronchitis—Mexico and U.S.A
Cancer-- Australia (Aborigine), China, Spain, and U. S. A
Catarry--Mexico, Turkey, and U. S. A
Cold-- Honduras and Mexico
Insect repellent—Honduras and Venezuela
Malaria—Spain and Venezuela