Hyssop oil scientific name: Hyssopus officinalis Latin name: Hyssopus officinalis. Hydrangea can treat lung diseases bronchitis indigestion loss of appetite essential oils can be used for aromatherapy and leaves can be used as external medicine to treat bruises and ulcers.
Hyssop oils edit
The hyssop oil is extracted from the hyssopus officinalis and belongs to the family Polygonaceae also known as hyssop. This relatively expensive essential oil can effectively assist in the treatment of female disorders and monthly edema. In helping to treat the respiratory system it can effectively remove mucus and relieve bronchial spasm. It can also be used to treat bronchitis asthma flu and colds as well as to heal wounds and disperse bruises on the skin.
Hyssop Essential Oil - Overview Editor
Aliases : Vanilla willow mint
English name: Hyssop this name is derived from Hebrew Ezoph and Greek Azob.
Distribution : native to the Mediterranean coast
Categories : Lamiaceae Hyriopsis
Type: Herbs perennial straight and hard plant height of about 30 cm ~ 50 cm branches from the bottom of the stem to start upright or expand leaf sessile linear or lanceolate blunt ends slightly In the flesh most of the oil glands are on both sides. The round inflorescences are flanked on the side of the leaves and the branches and leaves are hairy. Open 6 to 15 flowers the corolla is usually purple but also pink or white lip base barrel and 1.3 cm long sepal triangular with wool.
Hyssop Oil - Essential Oil Properties
Hyssop oil has a mild sweet smell ranging from colorless to pale yellowish green.
Hyssop Oil - Source
This shrub is distributed sporadically in the Mediterranean region and is about 60 cm high which is very attractive to bees. Hyssop was once the name used by Greek Hippocrates (about 460 BC ~ 370 BC ancient Greek physician the father of medicine). It was evolved from the Hebrew word “ezob”. It is a 'sacred plant.' It was often mentioned in ancient books (Old Testament). At that time people used it as a symbol of spiritual purification. However the plant to which this statement refers may also be Origanum.
Its stems are lignified hairy small green long hairy and violet-purple flowers. It is a famous ancient plant. Its stem section is like a cow's knee. It was also mentioned in the Bible. It has a purifying effect can repel plague leprosy and treat chest diseases. It was also used to purify religious sites and was used as a kind of decorative plant in the Middle Ages to repel deafness. In the 10th century Benedictine monks introduced it to Europe as a raw material for the production of liqueurs.
Hyssop oil - Extraction method
Hyssop oil is extracted from leaves and flowers using steam distillation.
Hyssop Essential Oil - Therapeutic Efficacy
1 Hyssop oil can give a sense of alertness and help relieve anxiety and fatigue. Therefore it can be used as a tonic during the rehabilitation stage.
2 It is also effective in the treatment of respiratory diseases and virus-induced colds such as treating colds coughs sore throat flu bronchitis asthma mucositis and tonsillitis.
3 It helps treat stomach cramps flatulence and indigestion and regulates circulation.
4 During the menstrual period edema is a regular problem and the hyssop oil has a balanced effect. Under normal circumstances this essential oil helps normal menstruation and relieves menstrual and vaginal discharge abnormalities.
5 can also lower blood pressure by reducing heart rate and expanding peripheral arteries.
6 It has good healing properties for bruises.
Hydrangea essential oil is not irritating and has no sensitivity but it should be used moderately. Pregnant women and people with epilepsy should avoid using it.
Hyssop oil - Usage
Hydrangea essential oil is a powerful oil that can relieve respiratory diseases regulate digestive system disorders treat urinary tract infections and skin problems including bruises eczema infections and dermatitis.
1 censer and evaporator
In steam therapy the hyssop oil can be used to treat anxiety nervous fatigue colds cough bronchitis asthma and infection.
2 do compound massage oil or dilute in the tub
Hyssop oil is used as a compound massage oil or diluted in a bath tub to relieve anxiety nervous fatigue respiratory diseases viral infections menstrual problems stomach cramps flatulence indigestion and skin rejuvenation.
3 make cream or lotion ingredients
When used in creams or moisturizers the hyssop oil can help the skin to heal treat scars and help disperse bruises.