Eucalyptus used to be called “the fever tree” because it was usually planted in the swampy lands plagued by malaria in order to heal those lands. This was due to its ability to filter the water absorbed from the soil and imbue it with antiseptic properties while acting as a mosquito repellent.
The Eucalyptus tree is native to Australia and Tasmania but now can be found in almost any part of the world. It is an evergreen tree that can reach heights of 100 meters. There are more than 700 types of eucalyptus world-wide. Its varieties have multiple healing properties: It can combat viral infections, has an anti-rheumatic effect, eliminates mucous, and alleviates lung problems.
Our Eucalyptus essential oil is 100% natural and is certified by Cosmos-Ecocert.