Eucalyptus Leaves (Eucalyptus globulus Labill.)


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Eucalyptus Tea

Eucalyptus is an exotic tree of the Myrtaceae family that can reach between 50 and 100 meters in height. It's identified through its strong smell and the resistance of its dark green leaves. Eucalyptus usually blooms after five years of age.

Ingredients: 100% Eucalyptus Leaves (Eucalyptus globulus Labill.)

Caffeine: 0%


According to scientific predictions, the eucalyptus originated around 35 to 50 million years ago, reproducing to a large extent in the Southern Hemisphere. However, eucalyptus could have been inhabiting the Earth for over 200 million years. It is believed that the first eucalyptus production started in Oceania, more specifically, in Australia and was used for medicinal purposes as an antiseptic. From 1510 to 1520, eucalyptus was discovered on one of the voyages of the Portuguese Discoveries in the Sunda Islands and East Timor.

In 1642, it was Abel Tasman (Dutch navigator and explorer) made the first records of eucalyptus in his diary along the coast of Tasmania. Although the only scientific description was given by the English in 1788 in one of the great expeditions commanded by Captain James Cook (English navigator and explorer). It will be in Oceania that around 99% of the 800 existing species of eucalyptus recognized in botany are concentrated. Parts of the eucalyptus are used for the production of firewood, medication, paper, and charcoal, and others.

Eucalyptus species “Eucalyptus globulus” reproduced in Portugal from 1829 onwards, being heavily used as an edible and construction material. The advantages of eucalyptus production range from its rapid growth to its straight and long branches.

Regarding the properties of eucalyptus leaves can act as antiseptic, anti-inflammatory, antioxidant, antimicrobial, and antispasmodic. The consumption of eucalyptus tea can contribute to the reinforcement of your defences, thus helping to fight against colds and flu. It can also promote a decrease in blood sugar levels (diabetes) and scalp cleansing when applied externally to the hair. The benefits of this tea are mentioned even as relief of inflammation, fight against breath, improvement of breathing, and even treatment of tonsillitis and urinary infection.

Water temperature: 95º

Boiling time: 1 minute

Infusion time: 5 minutes

Recommended quantity: one cup up to three times a day. Avoid prolonged use.

Preparation: put 1 tablespoon of shredded eucalyptus leaves in 150ml of boiling water. Once the boiling time has passed, remove from the heat, cover the container and let it rest. Finally, strain and the eucalyptus tea are ready to consume. It's recommended that you drink this tea warm and without the addition of any sugar or sweetener. If you do sugar, prefer honey.

Store in a cool, dry place.

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