The eucalyptus radiata or radiated eucalyptus is a large tree that reaches 50 m in height, it belongs to the Myrtaceae family. Its flowers appear in summer and are grouped in clusters of 10 to 20. Its deciduous, fibrous bark, gray-brown in color, falls off in long strips on the trunk. The "radiata" species is the most widespread in the pharmacopoeia thanks to the properties of its essential oil.
Like all eucalyptus trees, radiata is native to Australia. The aborigines, who have known its antibacterial properties since time immemorial, directly bandage their wounds with fresh leaves of eucalyptus radiata.
Principales compuestos bioquímicos o quimiotipo: 1-8 cineol, alfa-terpineol. Moléculas alérgenas presentes de forma natural en este aceite esencial: Citral, limoneno, linalool, geraniol, citronellol.
Colour: pale yellow or colorless
Smell: characteristic of eucalyptus, soft and fresh
Country of production :Australia
Density :0.905 – 0.925
Orally: 2 drops of eucalyptus radiata essential oil, 3 times a day, mixed with honey, cane sugar or on a neutral tablet, for respiratory conditions.
Cutaneous route: Mix 3 drops of organic eucalyptus radiata essential oil + 5 drops of organic hazelnut vegetable oil, massage the chest to decongest the bronchi.
Atmospheric route: In environmental diffusion, the essential oil of eucalyptus radiata bio is effective in case of ep.
Flammable. Oral use for medical indication. Keep out of the reach of children. Avoid contact with eyes. Not recommended for children under 3 years of age, and pregnant or lactating women. Do not apply to the skin before sun exposure. Food use possible. Do not use in pure form on the skin.