Leaves, Cut & Sifted, 20 Gr from Peru (SKU 3367)
Aromatic leaves of the Eucalypt tree, finely cut and sifted. Perfect for burning on charcoal. There is a best before date on this incense of 11/2018. This of course is not the case and it still smells like a eucalyptus forest floor. Because of this incorrect info we are offering these last few pots at a 50% discount. Enjoy!
Eucalyptus has long been used for its ability to boost respiratory health, strengthen the immune system, ease tension and anxiety, and fight against bacterial infection. As an incense, it was historically used for healing, purification and protection.
Oil distilled from the leaves of the eucalyptus was used in Australian Aboriginal medicine, where it was regarded as a general ‘cure-all’. The oil would be applied topically to heal wounds. The leaves were made into a tea and often used to treat fever. Later, hospitals took advantage of the antibacterial properties of the oil to sterilize medical equipment.
Eucalyptus is one of three similar genera that are commonly referred to as "eucalypts", the others being Corymbia and Angophora. Belonging to the Myrtacae family (the same family as Tea tree), the name Eucalyptus means ‘well-covered’ which refers to the little cap that covers the flower before budding.
Of the more than 300 species of eucalyptus, Eucalyptus globulus is the best known.
Some eucalyptus species have attracted attention from horticulturists, and environmentalists because of desirable traits such as being fast-growing sources of wood, producing oil that can be used for cleaning and as a natural insecticide.
As in other members of the myrtle family, eucalyptus leaves are covered with oil glands. The copious oils produced are an important feature of the genus.
Burning Eucalyptus as an incense creates a cooling and refreshing fragrance.
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This is a natural product, used as incense or in perfumery, or as an ingredient of incense and other perfumery or potpourri preparations.
Some incense plants or products may have some history of other folklore purposes, but we offer this product for its use as incense. Not food grade, not for consumption.
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