Eucalyptus Albida is often used in floristry for its colourful leaves. Bronze,coppers,oranges and hints of blues.when my neighbours asked me to distill the leaves to see what we get, I was happy to try and what has resulted is the most gentle of Eucalyptus oils with a magical, mystical, mythical blue colour.
Now most essential oils that are blue have chamazulene in them and as it turns out so has this. It may be that this is a perfect reaction to the copper alembic still but who cares? Certainly not I and my neighbors are over the moon.
This magnificent essential oil is unheard of. As with many Australia n plants very little research has been done on their essential oil properties.