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Baby Blue Eucalyptus

Baby Blue (Eucalyptus pulverulenta), commonly known as silver-leaved mountain gum, is a species of tree native to Australia and Tasmania. It has smooth bark, egg-shaped, heart-shaped or round, leaves arranged in opposite pairs.
Ethnobotanical uses: The scent of eucalyptus is known to fight headaches and congestion with a steam facial. Try adding dried or fresh eucalyptus leaves to a simmering pot of water and breathe the steam to relieve head and sinus ailments. 

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