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Bulk Eucalyptus Radiata Essential Oil

Where Eucalyptus Oil Comes From

Eucalyptus oil comes from four species of the eucalyptus tree – eucalyptus globulus, eucalyptus radiata, eucalyptus citriodora, and eucalyptus dives. These eucalyptus species are used for extracting and producing eucalyptus essential oil for their abundance of the chemical cineole (also known as eucalyptol). This chemical compound is responsible for the health benefits and camphoraceous, woody, and citrusy aroma of eucalyptus oil.

Out of the four species used for eucalyptus oil production, e. globulus contains the highest amounts of cineole with e. dives having the lowest amounts. Eucalyptus globulus is the primary source of eucalyptus essential oil given its high cineole concentration. But, Eucalyptus radiata is an alternative for those who prefer a less intense oil but without forgoing its benefits since it contains the second highest concentrations out of all the eucalyptus species.

How Eucalyptus Radiata Essential Oil is Produced

The industry standard for extracting oil from eucalyptus leaves is through steam distillation. This process involves placing freshly dried and crushed eucalyptus leaves into a heat chamber wherein steam will pass through from the bottom then exiting outside of said chamber, through a condenser, and collected into another chamber.

The steam carries the oil from the leaves and cools into its liquid mixture thanks to the condenser. The next chamber boils the mixture at a temperature that will lead to the water turning into water vapor. Since it has almost double the boiling point of water, only the eucalyptus oil is left in the chamber.

Given that heat can destroy chemical compounds if it reaches a specific temperature, you might be concerned if the resulting eucalyptus oil still contains 100 percent of its beneficial compounds. But, with careful control of the temperature and pressure, the compounds do not degrade and remain completely viable.

Benefits of Organic Eucalyptus Radiata Essential Oil

Possesses antimicrobial effects
Australian natives have used eucalyptus leaves for treating and preventing infection in wounds in their traditional medicine practices. Studies attribute this antimicrobial effect to the chemical cineole or eucalyptol. Therefore, there is a cause for the use of eucalyptus radiata oil in disinfecting minor cuts, scrapes, and burns by mixing it with a carrier oil or adding it as an ingredient in a product for disinfecting wounds.

Given this antimicrobial effect, eucalyptus oil can also be used as a household disinfectant. It can serve as an alternative to strong chemical cleaners found in what one will typically find in the average commercial disinfectant. When using it as a household disinfectant, eucalyptus oil can be added to a solution of water and white vinegar or as an ingredient in a natural household disinfectant.
Relieves pain and reduces inflammation
Eucalyptol, the major chemical compound in eucalyptus, possesses anti-inflammatory properties. This makes it a useful aid in relieving aches and pains in the body.

In a study in 2013, adults recovering from total knee replacement experienced relief from their pain after aromatherapy with eucalyptus oil for 30 minutes for three days. However, there is still research to be done before eucalyptus becomes a complete alternative to pain medication.
Improves a range of respiratory conditions
Eucalyptus oil has been used for relieving cough for many years. It is an active ingredient in over-the-counter cough and cold medications. For example, vapor rubs contain around 1.2 percent of eucalyptus oil and are used as an ingredient in some expectorants.

The action of eucalyptus for improving respiratory conditions comes in two ways. First, it helps loosen mucus so it is easier to expel. Second, even if it’s only inhaled, eucalyptus oil provides antimicrobial effects that can aid in fighting bacteria in the respiratory system. These effects not only make eucalyptus oil a great way to improve coughs and colds but also a way to improve respiratory infections.
Helps relieve symptoms of seasonal allergies
Eucalyptol, the major beneficial component of eucalyptus oil, possesses anti-inflammatory and immunomodulatory effects. These make eucalyptus oil a good alternative for relieving seasonal allergy reactions. In a study, it has been observed to alter the immune response of the body when it encounters an allergen. Although the study only involves animals, this shows the promising potential of eucalyptus oil as an aid for allergy relief.
Relieves headache
Headaches are caused by a variety of health conditions. It may arise from sinus pressure due to an allergy or an upper respiratory condition. Another cause is exhaustion or stress.

Eucalyptus oil can help with headaches by relieving the inflammation or sinus pressure caused by allergic reactions, colds, and coughs. And, it can reduce, if not completely prevent, future bouts of headache by reducing the inflammation and the build-up of mucus in the sinuses and airways.
Serves as an aid for oral health
Thanks to its antimicrobial effects, eucalyptus oil can be used to freshen bad bread by getting rid of the bacteria causing it. It can prevent the build-up of plaque and attack the bacteria that cause cavities. Because of this, eucalyptus oil is used in some mouthwashes and toothpastes include eucalyptus oil as an active ingredient.

Moreover, with its anti-inflammatory properties, eucalyptus oil can ease cold sores by reducing pain and speeding up its healing. This is why some over-the-counter balms and ointments have eucalyptus oil as one of their active ingredients.
Relieves joint and muscle pain
Topical application of eucalyptus radiata oil eases pain from osteoarthritis, rheumatoid arthritis, and muscle spasms or injury thanks to its anti-inflammatory effects. This effect is one reason why over-the-counter muscle and joint pain relief creams and ointments contain eucalyptus or eucalyptol as one of their active ingredients.
Improves symptoms of ear infection
The antiseptic properties of eucalyptus oil make it an effective home remedy for ear infections. And, with its pain-relieving effect, it can address ear pain that often comes with ear infections.

Of course, said benefits do not mean that they can replace antibiotics prescribed by a medical professional. Eucalyptus oil can only help with dealing with infection.
Boosts energy and mental clarity
The refreshing and camphoraceous aroma is known for awakening and clarifying the mind. This effect is not just a psychological association with the scent but a physiological one brought by the beneficial compounds found in the oil.

Eucalyptus oil achieves this by stimulating the brain through the sense of smell. This stimulation leads to the release of neurotransmitters and neuropeptides that increase their alertness and improve their mood. This effect was observed in a study involving elderly patients with cognitive dysfunction wherein their Dementia Behavior Disturbance Scale scores improved significantly after one week of having eucalyptus oil diffused in their rooms.
Can repel rats
Eucalyptus oil is an effective repellent against moths, mice, and rats. Applying a few drops in a cotton ball has been observed by a study to keep these pests away from the area. Although the said study only observed this in indoor settings, it still makes eucalyptus oil useful for keeping rats and moths from storage wherein food, clothing, electric cables, and other vulnerable materials may be stored.

Importance of Having Pure, High-Quality, Certified Eucalyptus Essential Oil

Some essential oils contain water or solvents due to inadequate extraction methods, or pesticides and chemical fertilizers if they do not practice organic farming practices. Worse, some essential oil producers mix in additives and dyes to save on cost or make their product more appealing than its actual quality. 

It is for this reason it is important to find a wholesale organic essential oil supplier that can provide a pure and high-quality product. This is where business and product certifications from accrediting organizations can help. In our case here in Scatters Oils, USDA and BCS-OEKO GARANTIE certify our products as organic. These certifications guarantee that our essential oils are 95 percent free of additives, dyes, pesticides, and chemical fertilizers. 

Why Choose Scatters Oils’ Bulk Eucalyptus Radiata Essential Oil

At Scatters Oils, we provide our customers with the highest quality bulk eucalyptus radiata essential oil. This starts with acquiring the best plant materials we can extract from our wholesale essential oils. We achieve this by working closely with our farmers to set the standards for organic and sustainable farming and develop methods that will allow us to extract high-quality essential oils. 

Farmers that supply us with eucalyptus leaves only use certified organic farming methods. This helps maintain the superior purity and potency of our eucalyptus oil for every batch we produce and prevent any pesticides, dyes, chemical fertilizers, and other harmful additives from getting into our product. 

We also follow the necessary steps to ensure that our products meet Halal and Kosher certification standards. In this way, your customers know that they can safely use your products per their beliefs.

Lastly, Scatters Oils sells white label bulk essential oils. This gives you the freedom to relabel it with your brand or repackage it for your business. You can even choose in which bottle sizes you want your order to come so there is little to no repackaging required.

Buy Bulk Eucalyptus Radiata Essential Oil

When it comes to quality, nothing compares to Scatters Oils’ bulk eucalyptus radiata essential oil. Order your conventional eucalyptus radiata essential oil or organic eucalyptus radiata essential oil today! We can accommodate custom orders and test samples for our products.

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