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1, 8 Cineole comprises up to 90% of the essential oil of the Eucalyptus oil, hence the common name of the compound. It is also found in camphor laurel, bay leaves, tea tree, mugwort, sweet basil, wormwood, rosemary, sage and other aromatic plant foliage. Eucalyptol with a purity from 99.6 to 99.8 percents can be obtained in large quantities by fractional distillation of eucalyptus oil.


  • Food Ingredient
  • Flavor
  • Pharmaceutical



  • keep separated from incompatible substances
  • store and handle in accordance with all current regulations and standards
  • store in a cool, dry place
  • store in a tightly closed container
GHS Hazard Statements
H-Code H225/301+311+331/370
P-Code P210/233/240/241/242/243/260/264/270/271/280
Response P301+P310+P330 P303+P361+P353 P304+P340+P311 P308+P311 P370+P378
Storage P403+P233 P403+P235 P405
Disposal P501

S-phrases: S26-S39 | R-phrases: R10;R37/38;R41


The above information is believed to be accurate and presents the best explanation currently available to us. We assume no liability resulting from above content. The technical standards are formulated and revised by customers’ requirement and us, if there are any changes, the latest specification will be executed and confirmed in the contract.


Appearance Colorless to light yellow liquid
Odor Camphor spicy
Purity, GC, % 99 min
Content of Eucalyptol, % 99 max
Refractive Index, @ n20/D 1.458 to 1.468
Relative Density, @ d20/20 0.895 to 0.920
Optical Rotation, @ 20°C, ° 0 to +5
Solubility Soluble in 5 times of 50% ethanol, assume clarified solution