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Эвкалипт Стейжера (Eucalyptus staigeriana) - 100% натуральное эфирное масло
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синоним: Lemon-scented ironbark
Eucalyptus staigeriana F.Muell. ex F.M.Bailey
Country of Origin:Australia
Cultivation Method:Organically Grown
Method of Extraction:Steam or Hydro Distillation
Approx. Shelf Life: 5 years
This particular species of Eucalyptus is quite different to the globulus type, and has a less harsh aroma, with a fresh hint of lemon citrus.
Aromatherapists find the essential oil beneficial for everyday aches and pains, toning muscles and respiratory inhalations.
The antiviral and antiseptic actions of Eucalyptus staigeriana are ideal during the cold and flu season, when it can be vaporised to stop the spread of germs. Gentle enough for use with children.
Эвкалипт Стейжера (Eucalyptus Staigeriana F. v. M.)
В Гватемале из этого вида эвкалипта получают с выходом 2.5% эфирное масло с очень приятным, лимонным и фруктовым запахом. Содержит:
Применяют для ароматизации мыл.
Eucalyptus staigeriana, commonly known as the lemon-scented ironbark, is a species of small ironbark tree that is endemic to the Cape York Peninsula. It has rough ironbark on the trunk and branches, lance-shaped to egg-shaped leaves that smell of lemons when crushed, flower buds in groups of seven, white flowers and oval to spindle-shaped fruit.
The complex essential oil is distilled from the leaves and used for flavouring, perfumery and aromatherapy. It has a fruity-lemon fragrance with rosemary-like back tones. E. staigeriana fresh weight leaves yield 2.9–3.4% essential oil. It contains a range of essential oil components, including geranial, methyl geranate, geranyl acetate, limonene, phellandrene, neral, terpinolene and geraniol.
Brazil and Guatemala are the major producers of Eucalyptus staigeriana oil, with Brazil producing up to 60 tonnes pa.
A small ironbark tree restricted to hilly country in the Maytown – Palmer River – Maitland Downs area of Cape York Peninsula, North Queensland. E. staigeriana is easily distinguished from all other ironbarks by the strong smell of lemon in its crushed leaves. It is further characterised by its ovate, grey-green to glaucous juvenile leaves, its petiolate, lanceolate to broadly lanceolate to ovate, grey-green to glaucous adult leaves, buds with a conical to beaked operculum and small cup-shaped fruit. It is very closely related to E. whitei and morphologically there is not a lot separating the two species. E. whitei tends to be more consistently glaucous in the buds and fruit.
Because of the strong lemon smell in its crushed leaves, E. staigeriana should not be confused with any other ironbark.
Eucalyptus cullenii and possibly E. crebra are the only other ironbarks growing close to E. staigeriana. Both can be separated by their bud and fruit shape. E. cullenii has more or less orbicular buds with a rounded operculum and fruit with a broad flat disc. E. crebra has small buds with a rounded to bluntly conical operculum while E. staigeriana has buds with an acute operculum and fruit with a narrow descending disc.
Eucalyptus staigeriana essential oil has a sweet, fruity-lemon fragrance with rosemary-like undertones. It has a profoundly uplifting effect on the mind and immune system. Its gentle action is also suitable for use with children.
Eucalyptus staigeriana, also known as Lemon Ironbark or Lemon-scented Ironbark, is a small, rough barked tree that originates from North Queensland in Australia. The essential oil is steam distilled from its grey-green lemon-scented leaves and has a sweet, fruity-lemon fragrance with rosemary-like undertones. It does not have the same aroma or effects as Eucalyptus globulus, smithii or radiata.
Eucalyptus staigeriana essential oil has a profoundly uplifting effect on the mind and immune system. It is very gentle in action and is suitable for use with children.
Species: Eucalyptus staigeriana
Plant family: Myrtaceae
Extraction method: Steam distilled
No known contraindications.
Eucalyptus staigeriana has an antiseptic, antibacterial action that is beneficial for wounds, abscesses, burns, ulcers and insect bites. Its antiviral properties can be helpful for herpes and veruccae and it can be used in shampoos to treat dandruff.
Its uplifting, stimulating and antidepressant qualities are beneficial for treating stress and mental exhaustion/sluggishness. It has a calming effect on the nervous system and can be used to cheer and comfort during times of uncertainty.
Eucalyptus staigeriana has a profoundly uplifting effect on the mind and the immune system, making it beneficial for treating people with ME. It is an effective analgesic, anti-spasmodic, and anti-inflammatory and can help to relieve muscle, nerve and joint pain. It is useful in inhalations for respiratory problems and it can be vapourised during the cold and flu season to help prevent the spread of germs. It can also help to lower blood pressure.
Blends well with:
Other Eucalyptus oils, Juniper, Lavender, Lemon and Rosemary.
Head clearing/breath easy shampoo
50ml SLS Free Shampoo
3 drops Eucalyptus Staigeriana
2 drops Rosemary
1 drop Lemon
What Stillpoint "Nose"
So the very first important thing that you should know is that all Eucalyptuses are NOT the same and are NOT like the "Halls" medicinal eucalyptus aroma or properties. There are over 700 Eucalyptus species!
This particular Eucalyptus species is not an oil high in 1,8 cineole but on aldehydes. (See chemistry section for more on this) .
This particular oil has a soft lemony aroma, much sweeter than lemongrass. The predominant therapeutic qualties for this oil are:
Sedative for CNS
We have used this in many many pain blends for its ability to ease aches and pains and assist with muscular toning, so this is great in a sports rub after exercise. E. staigeriana is safe for children (over 5) to use in respiratory formulations. The thing that is great about this particular eucalyptus is that is smells light and sunny and kids love it. This makes it very easy to diffuse for the antiviral properties. The act of diffusing this oil, you are able to kill airborne bacteria and stop the spread of germs.
The thing that we really love about this oil is that it blends well with so many other oils that it is a great "bridge"oil.
Therapeutic Benefits of Eucalyptus staigeriana
Anti-anxiety, Anti-arthritic, Anti-depressant, Anti-fungal, Anti-infectious, Anti-inflammatory, Anti-rheumatic, Anti-septic, Anti-spasmodic, Anti-viral, Calming, CNS sedative, Cooling, Febrifuge, Insect repellent, Sedative
Aroma-Chemistry of Eucalyptus staigeriana
So here we go. This particular speices is an essential oil that is very high in aldehydes. Most Eucalyptuses are high in oxides and the component 1,8 cineole. That is where the "Vicks vapor rub" aroma comes from in E. globuous, E. masala, E. radiata etc.
In Eucalyptus staigerieana, the high amount of aldeydes give it the lemony smell. There are two types of aldehuydes, but all you need to know is that the lemony ones are call aliphatic aldehydes.
The chemical family aldehydes are extremely anti viral and anti infectious in general. They can be mucous membrane irritants, so it is important to dilute them well when blending. It is a good idea to blend an oil high in limonene when using aldehydes because the limonene has a quenching effect, which means it reduces the irritation possibility of the aldehyde, but not the therapeutic property.
Safety Information for Eucalyptus staigeriana
This essential oil is quite high in the component citral and that component is known to be a mucous membrane irritant. Best to dilute this quite well in any topical blend
Please store in a refrigerator for the longest possible shelf life, as aldehydes may be prone to oxidation, if not stored correctly.