BIO Cajeput essential oil Melaleuca cajuputii PRANAROM
10 ml vial
It is a powerful general antiseptic (pulmonary, intestinal, urinary) a neuralgic (relieves pain) an expectorant, a dewormer but also an antispasmodic or venous decongestant.
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contains: melaleuca leudendron cajeputii
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Cajeput Melaleuca cajuputii Bio
Aromatic molecules: 1,8 cineole, limonene
Distilled part: leaf
Cajuput or teatree is a native of India whose bark is white and detachable aromatic tree. The name "Cajeput" comes from Malay and means "white tree." This large vigorous and robust tree grows wild in the Far East, Indonesia and Australia. It belongs to the genus Melaleuca and family Myrtaceae, trees and useful plants in aromatherapy family. Cajuput is close to the tea tree and melaleuca, but it is easier to use because we get a pretty sweet essential oil.
Traditionally known for its properties:
• Infection • • anticatarrhale antiseptic expectorant • • • antiputride antineuralgic • decongestant.
Traditionally used for:
Respiratory: diseases of the pulmonary system (bronchitis, pharyngitis, tuberculosis ...) and asthma
Excretory: urinary tract infections (cystitis, urethritis)
Pain: rheumatism, muscle aches, joint pain, gout, sciatica
Head toothache and ear, laryngitis, sinusitis
Skin dermatoses (psoriasis, acne) and wounds
Genital herpes, cervical dysplasia
Varicose veins, hemorrhoids
• Keep out of reach of young children • Keep This product can not replace a balanced diet • Do not exceed the recommended dose • Unless the physician or pharmacist, do not use during pregnancy and lactation and the children under 3 years • Keep away from sources of heat and light.
Dermal: 2-3 drops + 2 drops of hazelnut oil for topical application.
All essential oils are certified AB (Agriculture Biologique and Control Certisys BE-BIO-01), 100% pure, natural and intégrale.Chacune presents an original name, HECT (Chemotype essential oil) for characterizing a point botany and biochemically.
Warning: 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.