Eucalyptol – Terpenes and Cannabinoid Research

Eucalyptol Research Dashboard

19

Primary Studies

11

Related Studies

30

Total Studies

Clinical Studies

7

Double-blind human trials

1

Clinical human trials

Pre-Clinical Studies

1

Meta-analyses/Reviews

1

Animal studies

9

Laboratory studies

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Overview - Eucalyptol

Eucalyptol

Eucalyptol, also known as Cineole, is named after the tree in which it is found to be most abundant, the eucalyptus tree. It is used in insect repellents and insecticides, and frequently used in the cosmetic (mouthwash) and chemical industries (e.g. cleaning agents) as a flavor and scenting agent. It has a mint-like cooling scent.

Description of Eucalyptol and Cautions

Eucalyptol is a colorless liquid that has been given GRAS (generally recognized as safe) status though the isolated form can cause skin irritation and gastrointestinal upset if ingested.

Scent Description

Minty, cooling, earthy

Natural Sources

Eucalyptus, tea tree oil, rosemary

Summary of Eucalyptol Effects

Reduces phlegm, cough, and nasal congestion; produces analgesia; may be protective against certain cancers (leukemia).

Cannabis Strains High in Eucalyptol

Super Silver Haze, Girl Scout Cookies, Bubba Kush

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