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The Eucalyptus tree has been referred to as one of the most useful trees in the world as it is used for everything from mulch and paper to fuel, wind breaking and the oil for its antibacterial properties, especially in fighting malaria. The Eucalyptus is regarded by the Aborigines people of Australia as a ‘cure-all’ due to its antiseptic abilities. It belongs to the same tree family as the tea tree (the Myrtacae), and is not only one of the fastest growing trees, but can quickly reach heights of 300 to 480 feet. There are over seven hundred varieties and three hundred species of Eucalyptus.

The tree grows in damp moist land areas and has an extensive root system that absorbs an immense amount of water. In an attempt to purify the air and soil as well as dry up marshy areas that were infested with malaria infected mosquitos, natives deliberately planted Eucalyptus trees. Various European scientists and doctors studied the Eucalyptus to explore the health benefits of the oil as well as the fragrance. The most successful story occurred in 1855 when the French government sent Eucalyptus seeds to Algeria’s disease ridden sectors and achieved a conversion to healthy and dry areas. The popularity of this almost miracle tree and its oil became popular during World War I when there was an outbreak of meningitis as well as the famed influenza outbreak in 1919. Eucalyptus was used in such high quantities for its antiseptic value that the seeds and trees were expanded to other countries including Spain, South Africa, China, Chile Portugal and Russia.

To produce one pound of Eucalyptus oil, it required over fifty pounds of plant material. In search of a treatment of chest problems, Doctors Cossiden and White made the first distillation of Eucalyptus oil in 1788. In a publication by German doctors, they listed the classification of Eucalyptus oil as a ‘sudorific’, an anticatharral stimulant and astringent. It was prescribed during that time for respiratory conditions such as bronchitis, asthma, flu and coughs. The oil that was introduced to Europe was extracted from the peprita Eucalyptus and was referred to as ‘Sydney peppermint’. The oil and leaves became so popular that it was a household remedy for medical conditions involving fever, respiratory ailments and applied topically for burns, wounds, ulcers and other skin problems.

Although it may have started out as an Aboriginal medicine, Eucalyptus has become one of the most versatile and universal oils in the world. The properties that are contained include: antiseptic, anti-parasitic, analgesic, expectorant and deodorant. The active ingredient has a stimulating effect on the nervous system and can cause invigoration on the mucus membranes. When applied topically it is used to relieve muscular pains and aches, specifically those that involve rheumatic pains. Chinese medicine makes use of Eucalyptus for clearing mucus and is part of the treatments for the common cold, sinusitis, bronchitis and onset of fever or flu, with applications in massage, compress, and bath.

Always confer with a primary care physician prior to making any changes in your medical regiment.

Tea tree oil has been used by the aboriginal natives of Australia for hundreds of years for its antimicrobial properties. Derived from the Melaleuca Alternifolia plant, which is commonly found throughout the country, the native people would crush the leaves for the oil and use it in applications for cuts and wounds. When British soldiers overtook the country, the local people shared the knowledge of their healing plant and it was then introduced to the Western world, where it has now become a popular oil for healing.

Tea tree oil has become one of the most popular treatments in complementary and alternative medicine (CAM). Scientific studies have shown that the essential oil contains high levels of healing properties including antibacterial, antiviral, antifungal and antiprotozoal. It is said that Captain Cook, the famous British explorer, coined the name of ‘tea tree’ during one of his discovery missions, although it is known by a number of other name of melaleuca oil.

As a country, Australia became one of Britain’s ‘penal colonies’, and therefore there was a high level of British presence within the boundaries. The reports of the healing properties of tea tree oil reached Dr. A.R. Penfold, who was both a chemist and a curator at Sydney Australia’s Government Museum of Technology and Applied Sciences.  He decided to institute a study on the tea tree leaves to discover the content and reasoning behind the claims.

The results of Dr. Penfold’s research showed that the essential oils of tea tree to be thirteen times more powerful as an antiseptic bactericide, when compared to phenol (carbolic acid), which was commonly used in the early 1900’s.  It became one of the most popularly used and distributed treatments in Australia. The use was continued even during World War II when the influx of British soldiers experienced an outbreak of foot-fungus. When nothing seemed to have an effect on the debilitating problem, hundreds of soldiers were hospitalized. An aboriginal medic applied the tea tree essential oil as a treatment and the soldiers recuperated within days. Due to the success in this case as well as its healing properties with burns, infections, cuts and scratches, soldiers were given a bottle of tea tree oil as part of their first aid kit.

The essential oil of the tea tree is based on the extraction through steam distillation of the leaves and some terminal branches. Once the condensation process is complete the oil, colored from clear to pale yellow, is separated from any of the remaining material. The aboriginal tribes of Australia crushed the leaves for multiple medical purposes. They were applied directly onto cuts and injuries, inhaled to treat colds and coughs, used for poultices and were soaked to use for skin problems and sore throats. The native people told stories of what they called ‘healing lakes’, where the leaves of the tea tree fell and then decayed in the water.

Tea tree oil continues to be used in a variety of topical creams and lotions for treatments and healing with an incredible percentage of success.

Always confer with a primary care physician prior to making any changes in your medical regiment.

The all natural Arthritis Pain Relief product from Australia called Elmore Oil is sweeping the country and this interview with the son of the inventor tells some interesting details about the product and why it was invented. 

Victorian track cyclist of the year Jessica Berry talks about using Elmore Oil in her muscle recovery program.

Elmore Oil is a topical pain reliever made from all natural ingredients, that works fast to relieve the symptoms of muscular pain, neck, back and hip pain.

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Managing Director of Elmore Oil, Mark Linford, talks about the history of Elmore Oil and the role of each of the ingredients, together with the blending process.

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National 9 news presenter Chris Urquhart talks about the history of Elmore Oil and interviews satisfied users of the product in Australia and highlights the success of Elmore Oil. Elmore Oil is a topical pain reliever made from all natural ingredients, that works fast to relieve the symptoms of arthritis, muscular pain, neck, back and hip pain.

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Ralph Linford, creator of Elmore Oil, talks about the events that led to the development of this amazing pain reliever. Also includes interviews with key Australian athletes who are users of Elmore Oil.

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Bob Bozelle and Olympic athlete Kyle Vander Kuyp discuss the benefits of Elmore Oil for pain relief and muscle recovery.

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Ralph Linford, the creator of Elmore Oil, gives a brief insight on Elmore Oil and the benefits it has for sufferers of arthritis and muscular pain.

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The fastest selling topical pain relief oil in Australia, is Elmore oil. It is known as the ‘Miracle’ oil, thousands of people use it. From the elderly to athletes, enjoy its 100% natural, 4 ingredients: Eucalyptus, Tea Tree, Olive Oil and Vanilla.

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