Cypress Essential Oil

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UsesIt can be used to assist in: Antiseptic: Prevents infections on both internal and external wounds. Also good for treating sores, pimples, pustules and skin eruptions. Antispasmodic: Ease muscle pain and cramps. Good for aiding restless leg syndrome. Reduce pain due to carpal tunnel. Diuretic: Flush out toxins by increasing sweat and perspiration. Prevent acne due to build up of toxins and cleanses the liver. Respiratory: Clears up congestion and eliminates phlegm that builds up in the respiratory tract and lungs. With antibacterial properties it also aids in respiratory infections. Stimulating: boosts energy and feelings of joy and happiness. Ease stress and aid in sleep. 
Cultivation/Extraction MethodSteam Distillation
Historic BenefitsThe botanical name for cypress comes from the Greek word that means “ever living.” The Chinese have used Cypress for bleeding gums, while Hippocrates used it for treating hemorrhoids. The Greeks loved Cypress for its comforting smell and used it to clear the mind and senses. 
Blends WithCedarwood, Clary Sage, Frankincense, Geranium, Juniper, Lavender, Lemon, Marjoram, Pine, Rosemary, Sandalwood
PrecautionsUse caution while pregnant. Use less oil as it ages.
Country of OriginIndia
Botanical NameCupressus sempervirens
Plant PartNeedle
NoteHerbaceous and woody