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This group consists of more than 400, quick-growing, tender, evergreen trees and some shrubs native to Tasmania and Australia. These unique trees can grow to gigantic proportions; some species can reach heights over 400 feet in their native habitats and up to 200 feet in California.

Eucalyptus Trees, also popularly known as Gum trees because some species exude a gum,   are fragrant and normally pest-resistant. These trees have leathery, smooth, lance-shaped leaves, which have a more rounded shape when young. Their puffball-like flowers may be red or orange and are very attractive to bees. They have no petals, but instead, numerous stamens arising from a capsule-like calyx, which give them their fluffy appearance.

The attractive, colorful bark of the stems and trunks of the Eucalyptus may be dappled in gray, green, russet, or cream and may peel in sheets. Besides the decorative qualities of the trees, Eucalyptus are valued for their timber, the important oils of the leaves and shoots, tannin, which is taken from the bark of some varieties, and a resinous substance known as kino.

    E. parvifolia: is a beautiful, medium-sized species that has beautifully colored, peeling bark. At maturity, the leaves are small, slender, and blue-green. This species tolerates alkaline soil.
    E. citriodora: (Lemon-scented gum) is a large, quick-growing tree with smooth, white bark and lemon-scented leaves.
    E.coccifera: (Tasmanian snow gum) is a large tree with bloomy (bloom is a powdery, waxy substance sometimes covering plants) leaves and stems, not evident in young plants. The bark peels to reveal a white trunk.
    E. ficifolia: (Red flowering gum) is a medium-sized plant with clusters of beautiful, feathery, red flowers up to a foot long.
    E. pauciflora: subsp. niphophila (Snow gum) is a small, fairly slow-growing tree that is covered in large, leathery, grayish-green leaves. The multi-colored trunk has been compared to the skin of a python with its green, gray, and cream bark.

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Properties of Eucalyptus Used by Aztec's

    Fights Diseases of the Respiratory Track,  such as Asthma and Difficulty in Breathing, 

    Chest Colds, 
    Dry Cough and Tuberculosis.
    It is also recommended for Persons Suffering from Diabetes
    also Used as an Aperitif and Helps Digestion.

Aztec Method of Use

For Diseases of the Respiratory Track: Drink 3 cups a day of the boiled mixture of 30 grams of leaves to 1 liter of water, it is also recommended to inhale the steam from a wide mouth container with the leaves inside it.

To Cure Diabetes : Drink 3 cups a day for 1 week of the infusion of 4 leaves to 1 liter of water.

For Coughs: Drink 1 cup before bed of the mixture of 20 eucalyptus leaves, 10 grams of cinnamon and 30 leaves of purple bougainvillea to 1/2 liter of water; let warm then sweeten with bee honey.

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CAUTION: This presentation is not a guide to the identification of plants or their use as a substitute for standard medical treatments. Many plants with medicinal properties are also toxic and frequently FATAL if taken at incorrect dosages or if not prepared in a specific fashion. We do not advocate the consumption of reputed medicinal plant products without prior consultation with your physicianor other natural plant products professional. Consult Your Physician Before Using a Herbal Remedy!


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