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All of them! Every eucalyptus oil we range is unique. From minty to lemony and traditional Australian, there are three eucalyptus types we have selected to bottle for you. If you are only to select one, then choosing between them might seem difficult, so we have summarised their characteristics for you. If all else fails, try them all!
A species with many names, Australiana, Narrow Leaf Peppermint Gum and Radiata, this oil is prized globally for its wide variety of benefits including anti-inflammatory, anti-septic and anti-bacterial qualities. Eucalyptus Australiana is native to Australia and now grown around the world. This oil from the southern regions of New South Wales has a light and fruity menthol aroma that adds to its prominent Eucalyptus scent making it one of the most desirable Eucalypts available.
Eucalyptus Lemon Ironbark
A suitably calming Eucalypt grown in the far tips of north Queensland. This oil has a bright and sweet lemon-fresh aroma thanks to a high limonene value that dulls the brilliance of the Eucalyptus scent creating a very unique fragrance. Used diluted in massage oils around the world, if a calming and refreshing Eucalyptus is something you are looking for then Lemon Ironbark is your new champion.
Eucalyptus Blue Mallee
The classic Eucalyptus. Blue Mallee trees grow across such a wide area, typically in dry and arid regions. The aroma of this Eucalypt has become the pioneering scent in so many common household products from cleaning to medicinal. Blue Mallee has a strong fresh pine like aroma and has its place in Indigenous medicinal and culinary usage. This is the oil for cleansing and purifying your home.
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