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Abstract

A REVIEW ON EUCALYPTUS GLOBULUS: A DIVINE MEDICINAL HERB

Mrs. Vishin A. Patil *, Mr. Sachin A. Nitave

ABSTRACT

Eucalyptus globulus a widely observed plant has a tremenendous latent in terms of medicinal uses. Continentally it contains different chemical constituents. This review comprise pharmacological aspects of Eucalyptus globulus ensure its diversified strengths in various human & animal therapies. Eucalyptus globulus is a rich source of phytochemical constituents which contain flavonoids, alkaloids, tannins and propanoids, which are present in the leaf, stem and root of the plant. Numerous studies have shown that Eucalyptus globulus exhibit various properties like anti-inflammatory, anticancer, antibacterial, antiseptic and astringent. The present review articles critically discusses about various phytochemicals associated with the plant. As it has a reputable octane rating , it can be used as a fuel in its own right but production costs are currently too high for the oil to be economically viable as a fuel. Though eucalyptus has some of the arguments against it like restricting germination of other species, detrimental to soil micro and macro fauna, new studies on water consumption of Eucalyptus contradict this myth.

Keywords: Eucalyptus globulus, antiseptic, microbic, Urinary Tract Infection (UTI), Respiratory tract infection (RTI).


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