ᵅᵝPinene, ᵝCaryophyllene, ³Carene, Myrcene, Linalool, Terpineol
Researchers have known for nearly 20 years that eucalyptol has the potential to fight pain by acting as an analgesic and anti-inflammatory. Since then, studies have suggested the terpene’s effectiveness in combating sinus and colon inflammation. In a roughly similar fashion as tea tree oil – eucalyptol exhibits powerful anti-bacterial effects, having shown itself effective against E. coli, Enterobacter, and Staphylococcus.
Perhaps the most profound aspect is the molecule’s anti-cancer action. A 2002 study published within Oncology Reports details an investigation in which it was administered to human leukemia cell lines. The researchers found that eucalyptol suppressed the growth of the leukemia cell lines due to inducing apoptosis.
ALSO FOUND IN: Eucalyptus Tree, Mint, Sage, Tea Tree
AROMA: Eucalyptus, Minty, Earthy
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