Why is Eucalyptus so important?



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    It is so very important because it has so very many uses. Namely it is a very good firewood, with much of the world depending on heat from direct fire this is a very good thing. This is not all though, it has been, “reported to be anesthetic, anodyne, antiperiodic, antiphlogistic, antiseptic, astringent, deodorant, diaphoretic, disinfectant, expectorant, febrifuge, fumigant, hemostat, inhalant, insect repellant, preventitive, rubefacient, sedative yet stimulant, suppurative, tonic, and vermifuge, eucalypts are a folk remedy for abscess, arthritis, asthma, boils, bronchitis, burns, cancer, catarrh, cellulitis, colds, colic, coughs, croup, diabetes, diarrhea, diptheria, dysentery, encephalitis, enteritis, erysipelas, fever, flu, gangrene, hemorrhage, inflammation, laryngalgia, laryngitis, leprosy, malaria, mastitis, miasma, pharygnitis, phthisis, rhinitis, sores, sore throat, spasms, trachalgia, tuberculosis, tumors, worms, and wounds (Duke and Wain, 1981).”

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