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Aromatherapy

Aromatherapy

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Published by: Bishara Wilson on Dec 18, 2012
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Citrus aurantium ssp bergamia

Aromatic molecules : linalol, limonene, linalyl acetate
Expressed part : zest

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Native to Canada, this conifer grows on mountain slopes and peat bogs. It has
a grey-brown bark that peels off, groups of red flowers and acicular leaves. The
fruit is a 4-cm long red-brown hanging cone.

MAIN PROPERTIES :

antibacterial • anti-inflammatory • mimetic hormone: mimetic cortisone • fungicide • parasiticide
• antitussive, expectorant • antispasmodic.

TRADITIONAL INDICATIONS :

- Bronchitis, catarrh, sinusitis +++
- Skin, gynaecological and intestinal fungal infections ++
- Skin and intestinal parasitic infections ++
- Acne, psoriasis, eczema ++
- Rheumatism, arthrosis ++
- Severe fatigue, exhaustion +++
- Hyperthyroidism ++

RECOMMENDED DOSE :

Internal : 2 drops CTEO in honey, olive oil or on a lump of cane sugar under the tongue,
3 times a day.

External : 2 drops CTEO and 2 drops hazelnut oil, 3 times a day, rubbed on the chest,
lower back and joints.

USEFUL INFORMATION :

not recommended for children under 6 years • do not use in the first 3 months of pregnancy •
skin irritation (dermocaustic) possible if used pure.

THE EXPERT’S ADVICE :

If you’re suffering from debilitating fatigue, starting first thing in the morning, take 2 drops of
black spruce, 2 drops of Scots pine and 5 drops of hazelnut oil and massage into the areas
above the kidneys in the morning.

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