What is Eucalyptol?
The isolated terpene Eucalyptol is minty and slightly spicy, with a light eucalyptus scent. This terpene is clean and refreshing, it can also be quite stimulating and is perfect to help you focus on a project, or to use as part of your morning routine. Wake up and experience this earthy, herbaceous, eucalyptus scent, with hints of tea tree.
There are numerous therapeutic effects that Eucalyptol can provide, and they are a major reason of why it is so popular, these effects can include:
- Anti-bacterial properties
- Anti-inflammatory properties
- Anti-fungal properties
- Increased alertness
- Stimulating qualities
This terpene is commonly found in many household items. Eucalyptol can be found as an ingredient in items such as mouthwash, lotions, rubs, and cough suppressants, etc. It is naturally found in plants such as: eucalyptus, bay leaves, tea tree, mugwort, sweet basil, wormwood, rosemary, common sage and camphor laurel. Even though Eucalyptol can be naturally found in such a wide variety of sources, the chemical composition of a terpene does not change depending on what source it is found in. Regardless of the botanical source, the terpenes will always be chemically identical. Those looking for pain relief or anti-inflammatory effects may find relief when using this terpene. Since the research around terpenes is ongoing, new uses and benefits continue to be discovered.
One of the easiest ways to incorporate more Eucalyptol into your daily routine is to use liquid terpenes. There are so many ways to easily use them; put a drop or two in your beverage, make an edible tincture with your own oil, blend into a lotion or salve, or add a few drops to your bathwater. You can also benefit by adding liquid terpenes to an oil diffuser or infuse terpenes into cannabis. No matter how you choose to use them, it is imperative to source the highest quality terpenes. CannTerp terpenes are 100%pure and undiluted, steam distilled and naturally sourced, non-GMO, organic and food grade.