Cypress Oil

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Stock Code: NBN2967
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Natural by Nature Cypress Oil as a massage oil to relieve asthma, arthritis, rheumatism, cramps, varicose veins, and heavy menstrual flow. You can also add it to your warm bath. Add it to your favourite lotion or cream to help soothe broken skin and varicose veins. It also has astringent effects that can help clarify oily and congested skin and makes a good deodorizer for sweaty feet.

For post-natal use only: Cypress oil is a powerful astringent, being used locally for circulatory problems such as a fluid retention. Its locally-constricting action on capillaries makes it invaluable for treating haemorrhoids and piles. It is reputed to be useful for coughs and respiratory problems.

Benefits of Cypress Oil:

  • Calms and relaxes mind
  • Relieves asthma, arthritis, cramps, varicose veins and menstrual flow
  • Helps stop nose from bleeding
  • Relieves pain when used in massage
  • Strengthens and tightens tissue

How to use:
In the Bath & Shower - add 5 drops to sufficient bath oil, gel or a carrier oil. For children over 2 years of age, use 2 drops with sufficient bath oil or carrier oil.

Inhalation - add 4-6 drops of Cypress Oil to a bowl of steaming water, place towel over your head and breath. This technique helps clear your head and nose.

Massage - for adults, use fifteen drops with approximately two tablespoons of carrier oil. For children over 2, use 6 drops of ginger oil in the same amount of carrier oil.

Diffusers & Burners - use 1-3 drops to energise and lift mood.

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