Eucalyptus staigeriana (Eucalyptus staigeriana)
It is typically processed using steam or hydro distillation as a method for extracting oil from the leaves.
- Aroma Description:
Synonyms(s) for Eucalyptus staigeriana: Eucalyptus crebra var. citrata
- Botanical Family: Myrtaceae
- Botanical Genus: Eucalyptus
- Chemical Family: Aldehydes
- Perfumery Note: Middle
- Aroma chemistry: 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.
- Indigenous Country: Australia
- Cultivation: Organically Grown
- Processing Methods: Steam or Hydro Distillation
- Part Typically Used: Leaves
- Shelf Life: 4 years
Benefits & Uses
May be benefitial for addressing the following ailments:
Autoimmune Diseases Bad Breath Bodily Congestion
Therapeutic Benefits of Eucalyptus staigeriana:
Analgesic Anti-anxiety Anti-arthritic Anti-bacterial Anti-convulsant Anti-depressant Anti-fungal Anti-infectious Anti-inflammatory Anti-microbial Anti-oxidant Anti-rheumatic Anti-septic Anti-spasmodic Anti-viral Calming Cicatrisant CNS sedative Cooling Febrifuge Immuno-stimulant Insect Repellent Sedative
Other Uses for Eucalyptus staigeriana:
Cautions & Safety
Safety Precautions 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.
Traditional Folklore of Eucalyptus staigeriana:
Please note that ths folklore is for the genus Eucalyptus in general.
Energetic, Spiritual, and Emotional Qualities
Energetics and Chakras Qualites of Eucalyptus staigeriana:
3rd Chakra - Personal Power 6th Chakra - Perspective Clarity Energizing Expansive Purifying