Name Cistus Essential Oil
Category Essential Oils
Species Cistus ladaniferus (L.) var. maculatus
Dun (C. ladanifer L.), fam. Cistaceae
Cistus Essential Oil
Cistus ladaniferus, Cistus essential oil a spiritual oil and has been used for centuries for meditation. Cistus help quiet the nerves and calm the insomniac and also stimulates the five senses touch, feel, hearing, sight, and taste. The healing ability of Cistus was noticed thousands of years ago by Shepherds watching goats grazing and getting the citus shrub gum in their coats. The Shepherds noticed it would heal cuts and scrapes very fast when they rubbed their hands in the gum trying to remove it from the goats coat.
Citus Essential Oil Benefits and Use are: scar tissue, nervous tension, hemorrhoids, influenza, hematoma, blood clots, colds, cough, arthritis, AIDS, help reduce bleeding, blood clots, circulation, bronchitis, hemorrhages, menstrual, urinary tract-bladder infection, wrinkles, wounds, dermatitis-eczema, gangrene, rhinitis, thrombotic strokes, etc.
Citus Essential oil Spain has a strong long lasting warm and sweet ambra aroma. The spicy animal notes are attractive in oriental perfume bases.
Action: Cistus essential oil is anti-infectious, antiviral, antibacterial, a powerful antihemorrhaging agent, helps reduce inflammation, and is neurotonic for the sympathetic nervous system.
Traditional Uses: Cistus essential oil is also known as "Rock Rose" and has been studied for its effects on cell regeneration.
Indications: Bronchitis, respiratory infections, coughs, rhinitis, urinary infections, wounds, and wrinkles.
Other Uses: Cistus may strengthen and support the immune system (due to phenol action).
Application: Diffuse or apply topically mixed with a massage oil.
Fragrant Influence: Calming to the nerves, elevates the emotions.
Safety Data: If pregnant or under a doctor's care, consult your physician.
Companion Oils: Bergamot, clary sage, cypress, juniper, lavender, lavandin, patchouli, pine, sandlewood, and vetiver.
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