Pranarom Lemon Linden Essential Oil 10ml

Pranarom Lemon Linden Essential Oil 10ml

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Pranarom Lemon Litsée Essential Oil 10ml in our organic pharmacy. Better known as exotic verbena, this relaxing oil relaxes and invites you to rest.

What is Pranarom Lemon Linden Essential Oil 10ml used for?

Native to the tropical regions of Asia, this evergreen tree has simple, whole, alternate leaves. The inflorescences produce fruits with a thin pericarp and fleshy mesocarp, from which the essential oil is extracted with a pleasant, warm, exotic lemon scent. Litsea lemonessential oil has anti-inflammatory and antibacterial properties against Escherichia coli. It is antifungal, calming, sedative and anxiolytic.

Lemon Litsée essential oil has powerful anti-inflammatory properties. It acts by inhibiting gamma interferon and IL-4 production, making it effective in the treatment of bronchial inflammation, particularly in cases of asthma. It also inactivates eosinophil migration, helping to reduce inflammation of the respiratory tract.

Litsée Citronnée has remarkable antibacterial properties. It is effective against Escherichia coli and certain anaerobic germs. It also has antimicrobial and antibiofilm activity against Staphylococcus aureus. Its compounds, such as citrals, have antiviral activity against the herpes virus and influenza A H9N2, as well as antifungal action against Candida albicans.

This essential oil shows promising anti-cancer properties, mainly due to the citral it contains. It induces apoptosis of lung cancer cells and has preventive effects on skin cancer. In addition, it reduces hepatocellular carcinoma formation and has carcinogen detoxifying activity, making it a potential ally in cancer chemoprevention and chemotherapy.

In addition to its anti-inflammatory, antibacterial and anticancer properties, Litsée Citronnée essential oil has a range of other health benefits. It has calming, sedative and anxiolytic properties, as well as being antidepressant. It is also known to repel mosquitoes and has cortison-like, antiseptic, antiallergic, gastroprotective and hepatoprotective properties.

We also offerMandravsarotra essential oil from the specialist aromatherapy laboratory Pranarom, at the best price in our online pharmacy.

How to use this essential oil

For tendonitis: Dilute 10% lemon litsea essential oil in arnica vegetable oil. Massage the affected area.

Lemon Litsée essential oil can be used in a variety of ways to benefit from its therapeutic properties. It can be inhaled, diluted in a vegetable oil for massage, added to a bath, or used as an atmospheric diffusion. However, it is important to respect recommended dosages and to consult a health professional before use, especially in cases of serious pathology or by pregnant or breast-feeding women.

Precautions for use

  • Caution in cases of per os renal insufficiency (nephrotoxic).
  • Avoid in association with cortisone, risk of drug interaction
  • Do not use for prolonged periods, as this may cause the pituitary-adrenal axis to rest, resulting in acute adrenal insufficiency when the essential oil is discontinued.
  • Avoid applying essential oil in the evening (or before any period of rest).
  • Not recommended for people suffering fromosteoporosis, due to the inherent risk of decalcification
  • Contraindicated in pregnant women ( limonene induces uterine contractions) and nursing mothers, as well as in children under 7 years of age.
  • Enzyme inhibition, risk of drug interactions. Ask your pharmacist for advice.
  • Prohibited in animals
  • Not for wet inhalation or atmospheric diffusion
  • Caution in cases of prostatic hyperplasia
  • Skin irritation (dermocaustic) possible in pure form, dilution required.

What is its composition?

Lemon Litsée essential oil contains monoterpene hydrocarbons, monoterpene aldehydes, monoterpene alcohols and sesquiterpene hydrocarbons.

Main molecules: Neral, geranial

Distilled part: Fruit


Pranarôm lemon litsea essential oil comes in a 10ml bottle.

Our advice and expert opinion in pharmacy

We recommend lemon litsea essential oil in the following cases:

  • Tendonitis, arthritis, rheumatoid arthritis
  • Insomnia, nervous depression, agitation
  • Candidiasis, acne, oily skin
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