Eucalyptus Kochii Essential Oil


Planted on farms, these mallees were integrated into the cropping systems originally by the Oil Mallee Association of Western Australia to provide alternative incomes for farmers with oil production, providing shelter for crops and as a natural source for carbon sequestration. The leaves and twigs are harvested and steam distilled, providing much needed employment in the rural communities of the north/western wheatbelt. The roots of the mallees remain in situ to provide the next year’s leaf crop. A fully sustainable farming practice! This eucalyptus essential oil has one of the highest cineole/eucalyptol levels of the eucalypts, reaching 94-96% which makes it one of the best eucalyptus on the essential oil world market.