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Pranarōm Cypress Essential Oil from Provence Bio 5 ml

Pranarōm Cypress Essential Oil from Provence Bio 5 ml

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Pranarōm Cypress Essential Oil from Provence Bio 5 ml in Dropper Bottle

What is Pranarōm Organic Cypress Essential Oil from Provence used for?

Cypress (cupressus semperivens) essential oil has anti-inflammatory properties for veins and lymphatic vessels. It is healing, neurotonic, central nervous system rebalancing, antitussive, mucolytic and bronchial antispasmodic. It is also antibacterial, antifungal and antiviral, and combats bacterial biofilm. It is also an antioxidant, immunostimulant, prostate decongestant, mild emmenagogue and sweat regulator.

This essential oil is used in the following therapeutic indications:

  • Varicose veins, hemorrhoids, varicose ulcers, edema of the lower limbs
  • Fatigue due to psychic imbalance
  • Exhaustion of metabolic overload in overweight individuals (gout, diabetes mellitus)
  • Rhinitis, sinusitis, bronchitis, tracheitis, emphysema, dry cough, laryngitis
  • Prostatitis, prostatic adenoma, resulting in reduced gland volume
  • Menopause, hot flashes
  • Excessive, foul-smelling perspiration
  • Hyperacidity of secretions

Pranarôm Cypress de Provence Bio essential oil is obtained by steam distillation of Cypress de Provence leaves, organically grown in compliance with organic farming standards. This extraction process guarantees the preservation of all the essential oil's therapeutic properties, as well as its optimal purity and quality.

The chemical composition of Organic Cypress de Provence essential oil is characterized by the presence of several active compounds, the main ones being α-pinene, δ-3-carene, limonene, myrcene and α-terpineol. These compounds give the essential oil its therapeutic properties, notably its decongestant, toning and soothing effects.

Organic Cypress de Provence essential oil is recognized for its decongestant effect on the respiratory tract. It is particularly effective in relieving symptoms of respiratory ailments such as coughs, colds, bronchitis and sinusitis. Inhaled or diffused, it helps to clear the respiratory tract and facilitate breathing.

Thanks to its invigorating and stimulating properties, organic Cypress de Provence essential oil is beneficial for boosting the immune system and revitalizing body and mind. It is ideal for combating physical and mental fatigue, as well as boosting concentration and vitality.

Organic Cypress de Provence essential oil is also renowned for its soothing properties on circulatory disorders. It promotes blood circulation, relieves tired, heavy legs, and helps reduce varicose veins and hemorrhoids. Massaged into a vegetable oil, it provides immediate relief and a sensation of lightness.

Organic Cypress de Provence essential oil has antispasmodic and calming properties, making it an invaluable ally for relieving muscle spasms, cramps and tension. It also helps soothe the nervous system, promoting relaxation and general well-being.

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How to use this essential oil

Neurological regulating action for excessive perspiration; dilute cypress essential oil 5% in wheat germ vegetable oil. Apply to the solar plexus and along the spine.

Excessive sweating is not due to a hormonal problem, as you might think, but to a neurological mechanism. Stress induction involves the excessive release of the hormone adrenalin.

What are the precautions for use?

  • Not recommended for pregnant or breast-feeding women
  • Avoid prolonged use
  • Avoid in cases of renal insufficiency
  • Do not inhale or disperse
  • Irritating to eyes, skin and respiratory system in pure form (dilute).
  • Not recommended for asthmatics without the advice of an allergist.
  • CAUTION: do not use internally (bronchotoxic).
  • For adults only
  • Do not use undiluted (dermocaustic), always dilute.

What is its composition?

Monoterpenes: alpha-pinene (45-70%), delta-3-carene (15-30%), sabinene, myrcene
Sesquiterpenes: alpha-cedrene, delta-cadinene, germacrene D
Sesquiterpenols: cedrol (7%), cadinol
Labdanic diterpenols: manool, sempervirol
Diterpenic acids: neocupressic acids

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