The eucalyptus It is a plant that has multiple benefits for your health and well-being, and having it at home is a great advantage!
Read on and discover everything that eucalyptus does for you and also learn how to reproduce it in your home with simple steps. Take note!
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Eucalyptus benefits that you are going to love
- In its leaves there are substances that help to breathe better and that have an antimicrobial function; that is to say, they eliminate the microorganisms that cause infection processes in the system and the respiratory tract.
- Due to this quality, it helps reduce inflammation and relieve body pain, whether in the throat, legs, abdomen and more.
- In addition to eliminating these infectious microorganisms, eucalyptus is a natural expectorant that helps clean the throat and mucous membranes, producing a sensation of freshness and relief.
- It also helps to eliminate all types of bacteria in the mouth, improving the hygiene of the tongue, teeth and gums.
- Another excellent use is to clean wounds caused by scrapes and burns, as it removes the bacteria that lead to serious infections.
- The aroma of eucalyptus eliminates headaches, relaxes and also helps lower fever.
- In addition, it is an excellent purifier for the skin: it removes everyday waste, avoiding oil and leaving the skin clean, fresh and healthy.
- Finally, its strong aroma is an excellent repellent for insects and mites.
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How to reproduce it in your home
- 1 large pot
- Clay or porous soil
- Substrate with nutrients
- Eucalyptus seeds
- Enough water
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Step by Step:
- Soak the eucalyptus seeds for 24 hours in water.
- After this time, place the seeds in the pot with substrate, cover them and moisten them, avoiding waterlogging.
- Wait for the seedlings to grow at least 10 centimeters before transplanting them to a larger space (eucalyptus has strong and long roots).
- In the new transplant space, add porous soil and sand.
- Try to keep the eucalyptus in a sunny place.
- Feed the earth with eggshells once a week-
- Water frequently (2 to 3 times a week).
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