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LCA Organic Red Myrtle Essential Oil

LCA Organic Red Myrtle Essential Oil

Brand : LCA Aroma LCA Aroma
€12.46 EXCL. VAT €13.15 INCL. VAT
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LCA Organic Red Myrtle Essential Oil 10ml

Botanical Name: Myrtus communis L. myrtenylacetatiferum

Part of the plant extracted: Leaves and stems

Process of obtaining: Complete distillation by entrainment with the steam

Unlike the green myrtle native of Corsica, the red myrtle comes from Morocco.

In which cases can you use the essential oil of red myrtle?

  • Spasmodic stomach ache, spasmodic enterocolitis
  • Congenital airways: bronchitis, sinusitis, cough, emphysema, mucous congestion, cold, nasal catarrh
  • Painful rules, cramps, body aches
  • Heavy legs, varicose veins
  • Acne, bruises, psoriasis, oily skin.

Description of LCA Organic Red Myrtle Essential Oil

LCA Organic Red Myrtle Essential Oil has many properties such as:

  • Venous and lymphatic decongestant
  • antispasmodic
  • Expectorant / Anticatarrhal
  • Anti-infectious
  • Hormone-like (thyroid and ovary)
  • Skin toning

Advice for use and dosage

Oral way: yes

Cutaneous route: yes

Dissemination: yes

Bath: yes

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Composition

Main Chemical Compounds: Monoterpenes (35 to 50%) (Pinene, Limonene), Esters (20 to 35%) (Myrtenyl Acetate), Oxides (15 to 35%) (Cineole)
Other chemical compounds: Monoterpenols (10 to 15%) (Linalool), Sesquiterpenes (3 to 5%)

Precaution of use

- Not recommended for pregnant women (especially during the first three months of pregnancy) and lactating.
- Not recommended for children under 6 years.
- Keep out of reach of children

Presentation of LCA essential oil of Myrtle red bio

LCA Red Myrtle Essential Oil comes in the form of a 10 ml vial.

Our advice and expert advice in pharmacy

Tip to promote circulatory comfort:

Add a few drops of Red Myrtle essential oil to an oily preparation and apply your mixture locally, massaging until penetration.

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