Cypress Essential Oil

$15.00 Including GST

Extraction Method – Steam Distilled
Parts Used – Leaf, Nut and Stem
Common Names  – Persian Cypress, Cypress Mediterranean, French Cypress
Botanical NameCupressus sempervirens
Country of Origin – Austria
Aroma – Spicy, herbaceous, slightly woody evergreen aroma

5ml

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REPORTED BENEFITS AND USES
Cypress has been known to have astringent and antiseptic properties and has traditionally been used as a natural deodorants, and is also good in foot applications, providing a fresh clean scent along with deodorizing and astringent properties to help with excessive perspiration. It is beneficial for repelling insects, muscular cramping and the respiratory and nervous systems.

Cypress has a toning, cleansing effect on oily skin and can be applied to minor wounds as an antiseptic and to quickly stem bleeding or other discharge. It is a great addition to an aftershave balm or tonic, and has a suitable woody masculine scent. Cypress is a key oil for varicose veins, spider veins, haemorrhoids and fluid retention – used topically to help constrict and tone blood vessels and thus encourage circulation.

Cypress is very helpful for spasmodic coughs and bronchitis to help open the airways and ease spasms. It is known to have an affinity for the female reproductive system, used for menstrual regulation and cramps, and during menopause when hot flushes and irritability are present.

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