Eucalypt honeyEucalypt honey The eucalypt honey is obtained from on of the most diversified plant family, which has more than 500 different species and numerous hybrids. Originally, it is produced in Australia, but it is obtained in important quantities in the USA, as well.
Its color and taste vary quite a lot. However, in most cases its taste is floral and with a trace of menthol. It is used to cure colds and headaches. It is also used for curing wounds, cuts, burns and ulcer. It can be applied directly on the skin to treat inflammations.
It relives stress and improves intellectual abilities. Eucalypt honey is used to relieve muscular and joints pains. Tea lovers consider it one of the best natural sweeteners.
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