Pranarom Essential Oil Wintergreen 10ml

Pranarom Essential Oil Wintergreen 10ml

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Pranarom Huile Essentielle Gautherie Couchée10 ml on sale in your online organic pharmacy. A remarkable anti-inflammatory, this Gaultheria Procumbens essential oil is highly appreciated by athletes.

What is Pranarom Essential Oil Gaultheria Couchée 10ml used for?

This 15 cm-high creeping subshrub bears white to pale pink flowers at the base of the leaves. The finely toothed evergreen leaves are grouped at the end of stiff stems. Wintergreen thrives in acidic, sandy woods and marshes, and bears scarlet berries from October to March. Wintergreenessential oil has analgesic, vulnerary and anti-inflammatory properties. It is antirheumatic, antibacterial and antioxidant. It is an antispasmodic and antitussive essential oil.

  • Powerful anti-inflammatory: Wintergreen essential oil is renowned for its exceptional anti-inflammatory action. It can help relieve muscle and joint pain, whether after an intense workout or for everyday discomfort.
  • Quick relief: Looking for quick relief? A few drops of this essential oil, diluted in a vegetable oil, are all you need to gently massage the affected area. You'll soon feel the soothing, revitalizing sensation.
  • Natural formula: At Pranarom, quality is paramount. Our Gaultheria essential oil is 100% pure and natural, extracted in an environmentally-friendly way. You can use it with confidence, without any chemical additives.
  • Injury prevention: Athletes are often exposed to muscle and joint strain. By incorporating Wintergreen essential oil into your routine, you can help prevent these injuries by keeping your muscles and joints in top condition.
  • Optimal recovery: After intense physical effort, recovery is essential. Wintergreen essential oil can promote optimal recovery by reducing inflammation and soothing any aches and pains.

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Wintergreen essential oil is recognized for its powerful anti-inflammatory and analgesic properties. It acts by inhibiting prostaglandins and the release of inflammatory mediators, helping to reduce inflammation and relieve pain. As an antispasmodic and analgesic, it offers effective relief from muscle and joint pain, making it a valuable ally for those suffering from rheumatism, arthritis or back pain.

In addition to its anti-inflammatory properties, essential oil of Wintergreen also acts as a febrifuge, promoting vasodilation and sweating. It thus helps to lower fever by stimulating perspiration and helping the body to regulate its temperature. This febrifuge action makes it a natural choice for relieving the symptoms of flu, colds and other feverish ailments.

In addition to its anti-inflammatory and febrifuge properties, essential oil of Wintergreen has positivizing properties. It helps dilate blood vessels, improving circulation and reducing the sensation of cold. What's more, it can become rubefacient when used in concentrations of 10-30%, which means it can stimulate circulation and provide a sensation of warmth when applied to the skin. In addition to its main properties, essential oil of Wintergreen has a wide range of other health benefits. It is hypotensive, which means it can help lower blood pressure. In addition, it is a hepato-stimulant, which promotes liver health, and a pelvic decongestant, which can be useful for relieving menstrual pain. It is also renowned for its vulnerary, antirheumatic, antibacterial, antioxidant, antispasmodic and antitussive properties.

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Recommendations for usePranarom Huile Essentielle Gautherie Couchée 10 ml

Cramp-type muscle-relaxing action; dilute 10% wintergreen essential oil inarnica vegetable oil. Massage into the affected area.

Precautions for use

  • This essential oil is prohibited internally
  • Not recommended for pregnant or breast-feeding women or children under 6 years of age.
  • May cause skin irritation if used undiluted.
  • Do not swallow! Its oral toxicity is well known, causing convulsions, diarrhea and respiratory paralysis.
  • Contraindicated in cases of hemophilia, allergy to aspirin,peptic ulcer or gastritis.
  • Do not diffuse, inhale or add to bath water.
  • Mainly recommended for cutaneous use only
  • Not recommended for patients taking anticoagulants or platelet aggregation inhibitors.

What is its composition?

Wintergreen essential oil is 99% methyl ester.

Distilled part leaves
Methyl salicylate chemotype
Low-pressure steam distillation
Origin Nepal
Yield 167 kg for 1 kg of EO


Pranarôm wintergreen essential oil comes in a 10ml bottle.

Our advice and expert opinion in pharmacy

We recommend wintergreen essential oil for the following conditions:

- Tendonitis, arthritis, rheumatism, osteoarthritis

- Muscle cramps and contractures

N.B.: Acetylsalicylic acid (aspirin) is the molecule synthesized from methyl salicylate, 99% of which is present in wintergreen essential oil.

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