Eucalyptol, also commonly called cineole, is the primary terpene found in eucalyptus, which is how this terpene got its name.
- Eucalyptus trees
- Tea trees
- Bay leaves
- Analgesic – Relieves pain.
- Antibacterial – Slows bacterial growth.
- Anti-Fungal – Inhibits the growth of fungus.
- Anti-Inflammatory – Reduces inflammation systemically.
- Anti-Proliferative – Inhibits cancer cell growth.
- Antioxidant – Prevents the damage of oxidation to other molecules in the body.