Cypress Essential Oil

Cypress Essential Oil

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Cypress Essential Oil (1/3 oz)

Regular Price: $12.00

Special Price: $9.60

Cypress Essential Oil (2 oz)

Regular Price: $41.90

Special Price: $33.52

Cypress Essential Oil (4 oz)

Regular Price: $71.90

Special Price: $57.52

Cypress Essential Oil (16 oz)

Regular Price: $225.90

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Cypress Essential Oil is a #1 astringent, vasoconstrictor which means that Cypress Oil has the ability to tighten skin (reduce pores), gums, muscles, increase circulation, reduce water retention, decrease the appearance of cellulite and varicose veins, shrink hemorrhoids, reduce heavy periods, relieve cramps, and constricts blood vessels stopping bleeding, aid incontinence, relieve diarrhea, and stop excessive perspiration, nosebleeds, and excessive sweating of the feet.

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Cypress Essential Oil diffused can relieve asthma, emphysema, bronchitis, coughs. Cypress Oil makes an excellent deodorant mixed with alcohol or fractionated coconut oil. It also has the ability to calm and relax. The Chinese considered the cones of the cypress tree to be very nutritious and beneficial for the liver and respiratory system. The cypress tree contains a hormone that normalizes female sex hormones and can be helpful during menopause. There is also an essential oil from an Arizona Cypress (Cupressus arizonica). Can be confused by name with Cyperus (Cyperus rotundus), a grass growing in India and China. We call this oil Cypriol to avoid this confusion. Port Orford Cedarwood, is not a cedarwood, but a relative of cypress. Most noted as a venous decongestant and used for varicose veins, edema, and hemorrhoids.

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Product No. 01-cyp00-group
GCC DS-GP Spain
Common Name Cypress, Italian Cypress, Mediterranean Cypress
Scientific Name Cypressus sempervirens, C. sempervirens var. stricta
Family Name Cupressaceae (Cypress)
Indigenous Country Eastern Mediterranean
Country Of Production France, Spain, Morocco
History Tibetans use cypress as a purification incense. Medicinally it has been used for the urinary system and is considered helpful when there is excessive loss of fluid, such as heavy perspiration, menstrual loss and diarrhea.
history_cont Ancient physicians recommended that patients suffering from lung ailments go to the island of Crete, which had dense forests of cypress trees.
Plant Description An evergreen tree growing to 160 feet high with slender branches and a conical shape bearing small flowers, producing round brownish-gray cones or nuts. Some cypress trees are reputed to be over 3,000 years old.
Parts Processed Needles and twigs.
Processing Methods Steam distilled
Color Range Light yellow to greenish olive.
Chemical Constituents Class: Tepene. Pinene, camphene, sylvestrene, cymene, sabinol.
Yin/Yang Yin
Physical Uses Used for hemorrhoids, oily skin, excessive perspiration, insect repellent, bleeding gums, varicose veins, wounds, edema, poor circulation, rheumatism, asthma, bronchitis, spasmodic, coughing, dysmenorrhea, menopausal problems, nervous tension, and stress.
Physical_Uses_cont Used to purify, reduce cellulite, balance the nervous system, calm, refresh, relieve nervous tension, promote sleep, help breathing, uplift, improve mental clarity and alertness, contract weak connective tissue, relieve muscle tension, etc.
Mental Uses I have all I need to accomplish what I need to do. I can endure. I will make it.
Emotional Uses Feeling "can't make it," I am not enough, "used up" TO I can endure, peace of mind.
Spiritual Uses Can indicate that you have been under stress for a very long time. You have endured and this stress is about to end. You are under transition and soon circumstances will be more stable.
Spiritual_Uses_Cont Therefore, cypress soothes and comforts, supporting your inner strength so that you find the wisdom in the depleting, debilitating situation.
Applications Aroma lamp, bath, compress, diffusor, inhaler, light bulb ring, liquid candle, lotion, massage, mist spray, poultices, shampoo, steam inhalation.
Warnings/Contraindications No formal testing, could be toxic, avoid in pregnancy and with infants and children, could be irritant.

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