Cypress Leaf Essential Oil
Cypress Leaf Essential Oil has a lot in common with Black Spruce Essential Oil, Fir Needle Essential Oil, and Organic Pine Essential Oil.
All of these oils are found in the Wild As the Wind Cleanse Essential Oil Blend, along with Organic Bergamot FCF Essential Oil, which is an exceptional detoxification agent as well as providing profound neurological support.
Wild As The Wind Cleanse Blend is of profound benefit to those who feel poisoned by something in particular… a toxin, synthetic chemicals, or infection etc. It is designed to provide system-wide neurological support, which means that it will support normal nerve function and help to reverse neurological degeneration.
Evergreen Essential Oils
There are several other aromatherapy oils which are also similar to Cypress Leaf Essential Oil. This is because there are a good number of evergreen trees which are used for making essential oils.
All of the essential oils made from evergreen trees plant materials possess similar benefits. However, these oils differ aromatically, and some have particular strengths, making them more suitable for specific uses than others.
Wild As the Wind Evergreen Essential Oils
Other evergreen essential oils available from Wild As the Wind, which are made from the needles or berries of evergreen trees, include:
- Organic Pine Essential Oil
- ★ Wildcrafted Organic Pine Essential Oil
- Canada Balsam Essential Oil
- Cedarwood Atlas Essential Oil
- Organic Cedarwood Atlas Essential Oil
- Cedarwood Virginia Essential Oil
- ★ Wildcrafted Organic Juniper Needle Essential Oil
- Juniper Berry Essential Oil
- Juniper Needle Essential Oil
- Organic Cypress Essential Oil
- Cypress Essential Oil
- Fir Needle Essential Oil
- Black Spruce Essential Oil
- Cade Essential Oil
Cypress Leaf Essential Oil History
The history of Cypress Leaf Essential Oil is fascinating.
It is thought that Hippocrates, the father of modern medicine, used Cypress Oil in his bath to soothe his circulatory problems.
The Chinese historically viewed the Cypress tree as a tree of contemplation, on the basis its roots are shaped like a seated man.
In the Mediterranean, Cypress trees became a symbol of death and mourning. It is often found growing on the perimetr of cemeteries. Folklore has it that Cyress trees would invite the souls of the deseased to climb their towering form in order to access heaven.
The botanical name of the Cypress tree originates from the Greek word Sempervirens, which translates as lives forever.
Cypress Leaf Essential Oil Health Benefits
Cypress Leaf Essential Oil health benefits are thought to include:
Abortifacient + analgesic + antianxiety + antibacterial + antidepressant + antifungal + antimicrobial + anti-rheumatic + antiseptic + astringent + circulatory stimulant + diuretic + emmenagogue (stimulates pelvic circulation & increases menstrual flow) + expectorant + insect repellent + mucolytic + rubefacient (dilates capillaries & increases blood flow) + nervine + sedative + stimulant + tonic + vasoconstrictive (substance which helps the contraction of blood vessels) + vermifuge (kills intestinal worms)
For further information about these healing properties of Cypress Leaf Essential Oil, please consult the Glossary Of Terms.
Cypress Leaf Essential Oil Traditional Health Benefits
Cypress Leaf Aromatherapy Oil has been traditionally used in a very wide variety of applications. It has been variously used to treat everything from skin conditions, respiratory conditions and infections to inflammatory conditions, toxicity, urinary health, hormonal health, neurological conditions and emotional issues.
Cypress Leaf Essential Oil traditional health benefits are thought to include:
- Respiratory infection: coughs + colds + bronchitis
- Lymphatic support + stimulating lymphatic drainage & detoxification
- Restless leg syndrome
- Carpal Tunnel
- Cold sores
- Trigeminal neuralgia
- Eruptive skin conditions: bacterial skin infections + warts + verruca’s + moles + polyps + acne + rosacea + psoriasis + dermatitis etc
- Inflammatory conditions
- Urinary tract infections + cystitis
- Increasing Metabolism
- Stimulating blood flow / improving circulation
- Cooling agent
- Insect repellent: mosquitoes + moths + cockroaches + lice + ticks + fleas + bed bugs + ants
- Preventing hair loss
- Oral uses include strengthening gums when used consistently
- Rheumatism + arthritis
- Menstrual relief: abdominal pain, cramps, nausea, and fatigue
- Intestinal parasite treatment: roundworm + tapeworms + hookworms
As a stimulant, Cypress Leaf Essential Oil has been used to stimulate many bodily systems. These include:
- Hormone secretion
- Heart function & circulation
- Digestive enzymes + bile + gastric juices + hydrochloric acid production
- Regenerating the blood
- Brain function
- Nerve function
- Brain function
- Motor function
- Organ function
Cypress Leaf Essential Oil For Skincare
Cypress Leaf Essential Oil is a good choice for reducing the discomfort of, and helping to heal infected, inflammatory skin conditions, such as; acne, eczema, rosacea, psoriasis and many forms of dermatitis.
It is very appeasing for all forms of skin eruptions and rashes.
Cypress Leaf Essential Oil Energetic Properties
Cypress Leaf Aromatherapy Oil is very supportive, and grounding. It confers a balancing influence, inviting us to abandon extremes and return to the middle path.
As well as helping to restore us physically to a state of normal function, it also guides us towards a more healthy outlook psychologically. It clears the way for us to work more intuitively rather than over-rationalising things, and ultimately catastrophising. It allows for a clearer, and healthy perspective on things.
It effectively purifies us of unhelpful extremes and exaggerations, restoring a much-needed clarity of mind. And, in doing so, it raises our spirits, and uplifts our heart, opening us up to new levels of experience and expression.
Ultimately, it guides us towards coming at life from a loving perspective, where judgement, jealousies, guilt and a sense of separateness have no place. In our appreciation of oneness, unconditional love can prevail.
Cautions & Contraindications
As an emmenagogue and abortifacient this essential oil must be avoided by pregnant women, and those who are breastfeeding.
Those susceptible to fits should also avoid using this oil.
The stimulant properties of Cypress Leaf Essential Oil may cause skin irritation in more sensitive users.
Always perform a patch test before universal use.
As a potential irritant, excessive inhalation should be avoided.
This is a mildly neurotoxic essential oil that should be used sparingly. When used with caution, Cypress Leaf Essential Oil is potentially profoundly beneficial. However, these benefits will be lost if used excessively, or without due caution.
Wild As The Wind Cypress Leaf Essential Oil
Wild As The Wind Cypress Leaf Essential Oil is a premium quality aromatherapy oil, suitable for therapeutic purposes.
- INCI: Organic Cupressus Sempervirens Leaf Oil
- Plant Family: Cupressaceae
- Extraction Method: Steam distilled
- Parts Used: Needles
- Appearance: Pale greenish yellow, thin consistency
- Perfumery Note: Top / Middle
- Chemical family: Ketones
- Aroma: Fresh, cooling, camphorous and woody. Slightly earthy, and musky.
- Shelf Life: Up to 5 years
- Origin: Canada
Wild As The Wind Essential Oils
Wild As The Wind Essential Oils are premium quality, therapeutic grade aromatherapy oils.
Professional therapists use Wild As The Wind Essential Oils, including Osteopaths and Massage Therapists.
Wild As The Wind Essential Oils are also used domestically, for home remedies as well as in green cleaning products etc.
Wild As The Wind Essential Oils Are Suitable For:
- Diffusing & nebulising
- Diluting to make body & bath oils (1% dilution)
- Using in your household first aid kit (average 2% dilution)
- Adding to your shampoos, conditioners & liquid soaps (5 drops per 100ml)
- Diluting to make face oils (2% dilution)
- Formulating effective household cleaners & sanitisers (average 5% dilution)
Please consult How To Use Essential Oils for more information on how to use aromatherapy oils, and how to blend them.
However, not all essential oils are suitable for all applications. For this reason, you must read the specific safety advice, including cautions and contraindications, for the specific essential oils you intend to use.
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