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Eucalyptol, a cyclic ether and a monoterpenoid, is a natural constituent of several aromatic plants, including Salvia and Eucalyptus leaves, and their essential oil fractions. In appearance, it is a colourless liquid with fresh mint-like smell and a spicy, cooling taste. It is used in flavourings, fragrances, and cosmetics. It is widely used as an ingredient in mouthwashes and as a cough suppressant.
Chemical Formula of Eucalyptol:
Eucalyptol is obtained via fractional distillation of essential oils containing high levels of eucalyptol, often Eucalyptus globulus. In this process, Eucalyptus globulus undergoes fractional distillation and Eucalyptol is obtained after its separation by congealing the distillate.
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