All About Eucalyptol Terpenes

Eucalyptol is one of our most popular terpenes, and it isn’t surprising to learn why. This incredible terpene is used in flavoring, cosmetics, and perfumes everywhere because of how versatile it is. Aside from the scent aspect, Eucalyptol is also used in insecticides, and mouthwashes. Today, we are going to give you a terpene profile all about Eucalyptol, as well as how it could improve your life.

The Facts

Eucalyptol is the main terpene found in eucalyptus, which is how it got its name. While terpenes and essential oils are not the same, Eucalyptol can comprise over 80 percent of the ingredients in the essential oils made from eucalyptus trees. However, you can find it in high concentrations in bay leaves, mugwort, and tea trees as well.

This terpene helps with more conditions than many other common terpenes, which may be why so many people are devoting their time and energy to discovering new things about it. When properly diluted, Eucalyptol can be applied topically be skin, gums, and other areas. Some people take it orally by inhaling it, drinking it as a tincture, or eating it. Again, diluting Eucalyptol and all of your other terpenes is extremely important!

True Terpenes

At True Terpenes, we understand how incredible terpenes can be when it comes to providing us with benefits. We’ve found that it also provides a nice level of energy and focus, while still allowing the user to chill. If you are looking for heightened focus, this may be the terpene for you. Take a look at our terpenes for sale and let us know if you have any questions!

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