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Blue gum Tree
The scientific name of Blue gum Tree :Eucalyptus globulus
Name of Blue gum Tree in different languages:-
English: Gum Tree
It is an evergreen tree, grow to 40–70 meters tall, straight, trunk up to 2 m in diameter, with large branches,crowning and camphoraceous foliage. Bark smooth, gray, brown and peeling in long strips, rough and shaggy, and thick. Leaves are arranged alternately, drooping on flattened yellowish petioles 1.5 to 4 cm long, narrowly lanceolate, up to 30 cm long and 2.5 to 5 cm wide, mostly curved, apex acuminate, acute at base, margin entire, glabrous, thick,leathery, and shiny dark green. Flowers are single, found at leaf base, 5 cm across, numerous, white stamens 12 mm long. Seeds are many many, irregularly elliptical, up to 3 mm long, dull blackin color. The root system deep length up to 30 meters and spreading.
Useful plant parts: Whole plant, Stem
Used in the treatments of abscess, dysentery, dyspepsia, aryngitis, leprosy, arthritis, bronchitis, burns, asthma, boils, flu, grippe, cold, cough, croup, cystitia, cancer, rhinitis, sores, catarrh, diabetes, diptheria, fever, inflammation, malaria, miasma, phthisis, sorethroat, spasms, tuberculosis, twounds, umors, vaginitis and worms infestations
Quercetol, quercitrine, rutin, quercetol, hyperoside and glaucoside.eucalyptol-cineol,terpineol, aliphatic aldehydes, isoamyl alcohol, ethanol, sesquiterpene alcohols, terpenes,Tannin, catechin and citriodorol
Anodyne, antiphlogistic, antiperiodic, antiseptic, astringent, febrifuge, hemostat, inhalant, rubefacient, sedative, stimulant, suppurative, vermifuge, deodorant, diaphoretic, expectorant and insect repellant
One of the ingredients to prepare the Ayurvedic medicines like-