Cajeput essential oil organic
Origin : Vietnam
Distilled part : Leaves
Main components : 1,8-cineole, alpha terpineol, limonene
About the plant :
The Cajeput is of the same family as the Tea tree and the Niaouli, the Myrtaceae. Native Australians used Cajeput leaves to treat muscle pain and inhaled the vapours of crushed leaves to treat respiratory infections. In Thailand, the leaves are used to make an herbal tea that would treat a wide range of medical problems.
For your information :
Here is a few properties of Cajeput essential oil:
- It is anti-inflammatory, fighting winter diseases, pain and rheumatism.
- It is effective for the respiratory tract. It prevents the spread of bacteria.
- It will be a good ally for oily skin and acne as well as for oily hair.
- It eliminates intestinal worms.
- It is a calming and fatigue-fighting oil.
The recipe :The canker sore care
- 1 drop of Laurel essential oil
- 1 drop of Girofle essential oil
- 1 drop of Cajeput essential oil
- 1 spoon of Calendula macerate
Make 3 or 4 applications per day on the lesion or lesions, for 3 days.
Recipe from "Ma bible des huiles essentielles" de Danièle Festy.
Based on the bibliography :
Ma bible des huiles essentielles, Danièle Festy
Les propriétés physiques et psychiques des huiles essentielles, Dr Paul Dupont
Huiles essentielles chémotypées, A. Zhiri, D. Baudoux, M.L. Breda
Product from organic farming certified by FR BIO 10 - Agriculture hors UE
Essential oil for food use
Therapeutic use of essential oils on medical advice .