Eucalyptol

Can you guess where you might find eucalyptol?

In eucalyptus! This terpene’s name originated from the Australian eucalyptus tree. Eucalyptol has a minty scent with a subtle, sweet spice. You can also find it in other refreshing herbs like basil, rosemary and sage.

Eucalyptol could potentially play an important role in the treatment of several chronic diseases. Researchers have found that its anti-inflammatory and antioxidant properties can be beneficial for people living with a variety of conditions caused by chronic inflammation. Studies have also shown that eucalyptol can be an effective treatment for respiratory conditions like asthma or bronchitis, and can be used topically to help relieve muscle and joint pain or prevent infection in minor skin wounds.

Eucalyptol is used in aromatherapy to help stimulate the body and the mind, and help you feel less mentally drained. Try incorporating eucalyptol into your daily wellness routine to refresh, revive and restore balance.

Hungry for Terpenes?

Experiment with some of these eucalyptol-rich ingredients:

  • Bay Leaves
  • Tea Tree
  • Rosemary
  • Basil
  • Turmeric
  • Sage
  • Ginger
  • Cardamom

Eucalyptol is found in Eucalyptus