1Chemotype Main biochemical constituents or chemotype: Bornyl acetate, borneol Allergenic compounds naturally present in this essential oil: Limonene, linalool
Some natural compounds contained in this essential oil may present a risk of allergy for some people. To check your tolerance, always perform an application test in the crease of the elbow before using your blends.
Properties Sweet Inula Organic essential oil is an excellent mucolytic; it is also mildly anti-infectious, anti-inflammatory, and anti-spasmodic.
It also calms the nerves. Indications Sweet Inula Organic essential oil is very effective when there is an overproduction of mucus: in-ear, nose, and throat disorders (tracheitis, laryngitis, bronchiolitis…), with a runny nose or wherever mucus appears. It is also effective against white vaginal discharge and cystitis.
* Instructions Consult a doctor before taking any treatment or therapy orally.
Oral administration: 1 or 2 drops in a teaspoon of honey 3 times a day to treat a wet cough. On the skin, to treat asthmatic cough: a few drops diluted in vegetable oil to rub into the chest.
Possible synergies Mountain hyssop, eucalyptus radiata Energetic values and synergies In energetic aromatherapy, Sweet Inula Organic essential oil is associated with the heart chakra, Anahata.
Its color is green. Sweet Inula essential oil harmonizes the psyche and blocked emotions. It brings forth moral courage and helps those who are afraid to recognize their abilities.
Inula can also be beneficial when there are blockages of energy between the solar plexus and the heart. Apply to the region situated between these two chakras to free the blockages.
Synergies: Damask rose, Lavender Precautions Flammable. Oral administration on medical advice. Keep out of the reach of children. Avoid contact with the eyes.
Not recommended for children under 3 years or pregnant or breastfeeding women. Do not apply to the skin before sun exposure. Food usage is possible.
For all therapeutic uses, or if you wish to obtain more information on essential oils, please consult a doctor.