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Aromatherapy – get acquainted with the Lamiaceae family – Part 2

In the second part of my series in the Lamiaceae family, I want to reveal five essential oils in this group.

Hyssop (Hyssopus officinalis)

This oil should be used with caution as it is neurotoxic. This is best done by a trained therapist. Isoprots are said to be anti-inflammatory. It can be useful for asthma, cystitis and sore throat. It also helps alleviate the aggravation caused by eczema scratching.

No known contraindications, but many other oils can be used if you are not in aromatherapy.

Lavendin (Lavendula hybrida)

Lavendin camphor content is about 20%. This has a very good effect on respiratory complaints such as bronchitis and laryngitis. It can also be useful for muscle and circulatory problems. Lavendin can be very useful in alleviating the symptoms of insect bites and stinging. Due to the high camphor content, epilepsy and pregnancy should be avoided.

Melissa (Melissa officinalis)

Melissa is very difficult to find and it's pretty expensive. Some are confused because some companies sell the product called melissa, but this is not true of melissa. Usually a mixture of oils like lemongrass and citronella.

True Melissa is one of the most important essential oils that the disease can get during pregnancy. It can be useful for reassurance of hysteria, digestive disorders, nausea, and stomach discomfort. It has proven to be very virulent and helps viruses such as flu, herpes, smallpox and mumps.

It has a very high aldehyde content that can cause skin irritation

Marjoram – sweet (Origanum marjorana)

Sweet corn juice can be very useful for insomnia, especially in hypertension. It is a good oil for warming and rejuvenating the heart so it can be useful for sorrow or loneliness. Because it is used for heating oil, muscle spasms, rheumatic pain, strains and tremors.

Sweet beetle can also be useful for digestive complaints such as cholera, flatulence, constipation and convulsive digestive disorders. antispasmodic and emmenagogic properties that are good in painful and weak periods.

Not to be used during pregnancy

Basil (Ocimum basilicum)

Basil helps with most blood circulation and blood circulation. heart problems including arteriosclerosis, hypotension, irregular heart beat and varicose veins. It may also be useful for the congestion, painful periods and fever of the uterus.

Basil is a very good oil to help the respiratory system. Sinus congestion, asthma, bronchitis and flu may be useful.

Digestive complaints such as vomiting, nausea, hiccups, dyspepsia and stomach pain may help.

Basil provides excellent support for mental fatigue to treat head and nerve disorders

Basil should be avoided during pregnancy.

It is important to note that many of the above mentioned essential oils should be avoided during pregnancy. There are many essential oils that can be used safely and gentle to make it easier to use. Please contact a qualified aromatherapist if you have any questions and do not forget your doctor's advice.

  • Published On : 4 months ago on July 20, 2018
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