Cypress essential oil BIO evergreen PRANAROM 5ml

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Cypress essential oil evergreen BIO Cupressus sempervirens var. stricta PRANAROM

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Used for : cellulite, bouffées de chaleur, jambes lourdes, troubles de la prostate, varices, hémorroïdes

contains: Cupressus sempervirens, evergreen cypress

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Cypress essential oil evergreen BIO Cupressus sempervirens var. stricta PRANAROM

Aromatic molecules: pinene, δ-3-carene

Distilled part: branch

Native to Asia, this tree bark gray-brown dark has very small leaves, green and flowers in small groups at the ends of branches. The fruit is an ovoid cone (4 cm) green and brown at maturity with clasping scales. These large pyramidal and evergreen trees were dedicated to Pluto, God of the dead empire; which explains its frequent presence in cemeteries.

Traditionally known for its properties of Cypress:

  • venous decongestant, prostate and lymph • Antitussive • Astringent, vasoconstrictor • Hormone-like, menses • Regulating the autonomic nervous system.

Special precautions:

No prolonged use without the advice of an aromatherapist - Prudence in cancer estrogen-dependent • Keep out of reach of young children • Unless the physician or pharmacist, do not use during pregnancy and breastfeeding in children under 3 years • Keep away from sources of heat and light • EXTERNAL USE.

Professional tips:

  Dermal: 3 drops CTEO + 3 drops hazelnut oil anointing.

Daily: composition for warm feet and excessive sweating: cistus (2 ml), cypress (5 ml), lavender (10 ml), peppermint (2 ml) - 3 drops of the mixture in friction, morning and evening each vault plantar.

All our essential oils are certified organic AB (Agriculture Biologique and Control Certisys BE-BIO-01), 100% pure, natural and complete. Each has a unique name, HECT (Chemotype essential oil), intended to characterize a botanical and biochemical point of view.

Warnings: Essential oils are endowed with an impressive reactive power. Therefore scrupulously observe the prescribed doses, they are the result of a long research experience. An excess would bring nothing more therapeutically but could, instead, cause adverse effects.

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