Monday, January 5, 2015

Eucalyptus For Herbal Medicine And Home Remedies

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Description:
Eucalyptus trees can grow on the barren soil, soil and can sprout again after the fire. This plant can be found from lowlands to 400 m above sea level, can be grown near the beach behind the mangrove forest, swampy ground or forming a small forest in of dry to wet soil.
Trees, 10-20 meter tall, bark layered, colored grayish white with peeling skin surface is irregular. The trunk is not too big, with branches that hang down. Single leaf, a bit thick as leather, short-stemmed. The leaf blade elliptic or lancet, 4.5 to 15 cm long, 0.75 to 4 cm wide, tapered tip and base, flat edge, the veins are almost parallel. Leaf surface-haired, 
the color green-gray to brownish green. When squeezed or crushed smell of eucalyptus oil.
Plural inflorescences grain shape, such as a bell-shaped flowers, the petals of white color, yellowish white anthers. branching out in the end.
Fruit 2.5-3 mm long, 3-4 mm wide, its color is light brown to dark brown
Seeds smooth, very light as the chaff, yellow color. The fruit is a traditional medicine called perforated pepper . 
There are several varieties of eucalyptus trees. There is a red colored wood, and there are white. Rumphius distinguish the varieties of eucalyptus leaves large and small leaf varieties. Small leaf varieties, which are used to make eucalyptus oil.
The leaves, through a distillation process. will produce essential oils called eucalyptus oil, the color yellowish to greenish. Propagation with seed or root buds.
Curable Disease:
Rheumatism, enteritis, diarrhea, rash, cough, fever, flu, headache, toothache, eczema, pain in the bones and nerves, weak not excited (neurasthenia), insomnia, asthma.

Utilization:
Part used: bark, leaves, twigs, fruit.

Usability:
Leaves: 
- Cough, fever, flu
- Inflammation of the skin, eczema, skin Because allergic.
- Inflammatory bowel disease, diarrhea, flatulence.
- Rheumatism, bone and nerve pain (neuralgia).

Tree Bark:
Weak not excited (neurasthenia), sleep disorders.

Usage:
1. Purulent Wounds
Young skin eucalyptus trees, a little ginger and tamarind, chewed. paste
on open purulent wounds .
This herb will suck the pus from the wound and clean it.

2. Inflammation of the skin and eczema
1 handful of fresh leaves are washed clean. Boil 3 glasses of clean water to boiling. While warm used to wash the skin .

3. Sense of Fatigue, weakness and insomnia
Dry skin eucalyptus trees as much as 6-10 grams cut necessary.
Boil 3 glasses of water until the remaining 1 glass.
Once cool filtered, then drink up.

4. Rheumatism, Nerve Pain, Enteritis and Diarrhea
As much as 6-10 grams of dry leaves boiled with 2 glasses of water
until the remaining 1 glass. After cool filtered,
then drink up.

Note:
- Pure eucalyptus oil, when shaken in the bottle, will form bubbles on the surface and     quickly disappeared.
- When eucalyptus oil falsified (usually mixed with kerosene or gasoline), the bubbles are formed, after shaking could not quickly disappear.
- Distillates oil from the leaves and twigs called eucalyptus oil (cajuput oil), which is efficacious as a liniment on the body that sore or painful, such as:
toothache, ear ache, headache, sore and rheumatism, spasms in the legs or eliminate flatulence, itchiness of insect bites, wounds, burns, sometimes as cough medicine.

Composition:
Nature of Chemical and Pharmacological Effects
Bark: Tasteless, neutral, is a sedative.
Leaf: Spicy, chelates, . Eliminating pain (analgesic), diaforetik, anti-rheumatic, carminative, relief of colic (spasmolytic).
Fruit: Smelled of aromatic and a remedy against stomachache.

Chemical Ingredients :
Bark: Lignin, melaleucin.

Leaves: Essential oils, consisting of 50-65% cineol, alpha-terpineol, valeraldehida and benzaldehyde.