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Cypress Oil 15ml

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100% Organic Essential Oil

Fresh and woody, Cypress oil boosts energy levels. It promotes deep breathing and improves blood circulation.

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  • What it does

    cypress oilFresh and woody and slightly spicy, Cypress oil boosts energy levels, lifts your mood and restores calm. It clears the airways, promotes deep breathing and improves circulation.

    It cleanses and refreshes the skin and is a powerful astringent, making it ideal for balancing and toning oily complexions.

    Let Cypress oil invigorate and refresh your senses!

  • How to Use for your Body

    Cypress oil serves the body in three main ways: it encourages healthy circulation, and it eases congestion, opening the airways to help with breathing issues such as asthma. It’s also a powerful astringent and cleanser for the skin.

    Cypress oil contains monoterpenes, compounds that promote skin health, balance oily skin conditions and reduce blemishes. It cleanses, tightens and refreshes the skin, and soothes puffiness.

    Its clean, fresh aroma makes it popular in deodorants and it inhibits sweating, so it’s ideal for preventing sweaty, smelly feet.

    Cypress oil also reduces fluid retention and can benefit varicose veins, hemorrhoids and heavy, painful periods.

    10 ways to use Cypress Oil for the body*

     

    Varicose veins

    Cypress oil has an anti-inflammatory effect on varicose veins increasing blood flow. Mix 2–3 drops of Cypress oil with a 15ml of a carrier oil such as almond oil and massage into the affected area. This helps diminish the appearance of varicose veins over time.

     

    Acne treatment

    Antibacterial and anti-microbial Cypress oil kills acne-causing bacteria. Its astringent properties also clarify oily skin, without dehydrating it.

    Blend 3–5 drops with a carrier oil such as Rosehip oil and use it on spots when they appear or as an overall treatment after cleansing. Be sure to avoid your eyes.

     

    Blocked pores

    Cypress oil removes toxins and impurities from the skin and shrinks pores, toning the face. Regularly using Cypress oil diluted with a carrier oil will reveal new cells and give your skin a healthy glow.

     

    Skin toning 

    For firm, toned skin, create a facial massage blend using:

    • 4 drops Cypress oil
    • 2 drops Lemon oil
    • 2 drops Geranium oil
    • 2 drops Lavender oil
    • 15ml Rosehip oil

     

    Hair loss

    Cypress oil can tighten pores in the scalp, stopping the hair loss cycle. It also increases blood flow, strengthening the capillaries and the hair follicle.

    Create a massage oil from 5 drops of Cypress oil with 10ml of a carrier oil and massage into your hair and scalp regularly.

     

    Dandruff

    Cypress oil relieves flaky, itchy scalps and treats dandruff by attacking the bacteria that causes it. Add 2–3 drops of Cypress oil to your shampoo or dilute it in a carrier oil and apply directly to the scalp.

     

    Congestion

    Cypress oil contains the molecule camphene which reduces the tight feeling from congestion. If you’re feeling wheezy and your airways are constricted, inhale Cypress oil directly from the bottle or add 2–6 drops to a 10ml of a carrier oil and massage into your chest and back.

    You can also fill a bowl with warm water, add a few drops of Cypress oil and inhale the steam.

     

    Cellulite

    To tone and tighten the skin and improve the appearance of cellulite, create a blend of:

    • 8  drops Cypress oil
    • 5 drops Geranium oil,
    • 12 drops Sweet Orange oil
    • 30ml Rosehip oil (or another carrier oil)

     

    Massage at least twice a week.

     

    Hemorrhoids

    These swollen veins around the rectum and anus can be itchy and painful. To soothe the area and kill bacteria, add 2 drops of Cypress oil to 2 teaspoons of a carrier oil and gently apply to the area.

     

    Warts

    Cypress oil is a common treatment for warts and its antiviral properties may help to control them. Apply one drop of Cypress oil to the wart daily.

     

    *This is for information purposes and is not intended to treat, diagnose or cure any illness.

  • How to Use for your Mind

    If you’re feeling nervy or anxious, Cypress oil comes to the rescue. It fosters mental stability, helping you feel grounded, steady and more secure in yourself. It also restores calm and focus when the mind is running wild.

     

    Safe and stable blend

    • 3 drops Cypress oil
    • 2 drops Lavender oil
    • 2 drops Tea Tree oil

     

    Mix these oils in a diffuser and use throughout your home, or add them to 15ml of a carrier oil such as olive oil for a steadying massage blend.

  • How to Use for your Spirit

    Cypress oil has a grounding effect and helps in times or turbulence or loss. It clears stagnant energy, opening the way for spiritual evolution and growth.

     

    Cypress oil gets things moving and helps us discover what’s best for us, so we can flow with changes as they arise. It offers peace during life’s emotional upheavals.

     

    It is associated with the sacral and throat chakras.

     

    Forest wisdom blend

    • 3 drops Cypress oil
    • 2 drops Cedarwood oil
    • 2 drops Frankincense oil
    • 1 drop Rosemary oil

     

    Diffuse this blend to stay grounded in times of change.

  • How to Use for your Daily Life

    3 ways to use Cypress Oil for the daily life

     

    Insect repellent

    A 2013 Greek study found that Cypress oil could be as effective as DEET against Aedes mosquito larvae.

     

    Diffuse a blend of:

    • 2 drops Cypress oil
    • 2 drops Clary Sage oil

     

    You can also add this blend to 10ml of a carrier oil and apply to exposed skin when you’re out hiking or exercising.

     

    Cockroaches be gone!

    To send cockroaches on their way, mix 5­­–10 drops of Cypress oil with water and spray onto areas where they love to lurk. You can also add a few drops of Peppermint oil for a stronger solution.

     

    Home deodoriser

    To freshen up musty curtains, sheets and sofas, add 5–10 drops of Cypress oil to a cleaning soap or add it to water in a spray bottle and use liberally.

     

    You can also add 1­–2 drops of Cypress oil to stinky shoes or mouldy-smelling hats and coats to prevent bacteria.

  • Ingredients
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    Organic Cypress Oil

     

    100% Organic Cypress Oil

    Steam distilled from the fresh needles of the Cypress tree.

     

    Facts

    Botanical Name Cupressus sempervirens
    Country of Origin Spain
    Aroma Woody, fresh and green
    Note Middle
    Chemical Constituents alpha-Pinene, delta-Carene, Guaiol, Bulnesol
    Food Declaration Botanica Culture can approve that Cypress Essential Oil is NOT suitable for food, however is suitable for cosmetic application.

     

    What does Cypress oil blend with?

    Blends well with:  Cedarwood, Clary Sage, Frankincense, Geranium,  Lavender, Lemon, Myrrh, Sweet Orange,  Rosemary and Tea Tree oils

     

    Cautions 

    Keep out of reach of children

    If sensitivity occurs, discontinue use.

    Avoid contact with eyes and sensitive areas of the body.

     

    Dilute with a carrier oil before using on the skin.

    Cypress oil is non-toxic but best to avoid during pregnancy and when breastfeeding.

     

    Consult a medical practitioner before using Cypress oil if you have a pre-existing medical condition.

     

  • Full Ingredients
    • 100% Organic Cypress Oil

Description

Cypress Essential Oil

About Cypress oil

Fresh and woody and slightly spicy, Cypress oil boosts energy levels, lifts your mood and restores calm. It clears the airways, promotes deep breathing and improves circulation. It cleanses and refreshes the skin and is a powerful astringent, making it ideal for balancing and toning oily complexions.

Let Cypress oil invigorate and refresh your senses!

Cypress oil Benefits

Fresh and woody, Cypress oil boosts energy levels. It promotes deep breathing and improves blood circulation.

How to Use Cypress essential oil 

 

16 ways to use Cypress oil

For Your Body

Varicose Veins

Cypress oil has an anti-inflammatory effect on varicose veins increasing blood flow. Mix 2–3 drops of Cypress oil with a 15ml of a carrier oil such as almond oil and massage into the affected area. This helps diminish the appearance of varicose veins over time.

 

Acne Treatment

Antibacterial and anti-microbial Cypress oil kills acne-causing bacteria. Its astringent properties also clarify oily skin, without dehydrating it.

Blend 3–5 drops with a carrier oil such as Rosehip oil and use it on spots when they appear or as an overall treatment after cleansing. Be sure to avoid your eyes.

Blocked pores

Cypress oil removes toxins and impurities from the skin and shrinks pores, toning the face. Regularly using Cypress oil diluted with a carrier oil will reveal new cells and give your skin a healthy glow.

 

Skin toning

For firm, toned skin, create a facial massage blend using:

  • 4 drops Cypress oil
  • 2 drops Lemon oil
  • 2 drops Geranium oil
  • 2 drops Lavender oil
  • 15ml Rosehip oil

 

Hair loss

Cypress oil can tighten pores in the scalp, stopping the hair loss cycle. It also increases blood flow, strengthening the capillaries and the hair follicle.

Create a massage oil from 5 drops of Cypress oil with 10ml of a carrier oil and massage into your hair and scalp regularly.

 

Dandruff

Cypress oil relieves flaky, itchy scalps and treats dandruff by attacking the bacteria that causes it. Add 2–3 drops of Cypress oil to your shampoo or dilute it in a carrier oil and apply directly to the scalp.

 

Congestion

Cypress oil contains the molecule camphene which reduces the tight feeling from congestion. If you’re feeling wheezy and your airways are constricted, inhale Cypress oil directly from the bottle or add 2–6 drops to a 10ml of a carrier oil and massage into your chest and back.

You can also fill a bowl with warm water, add a few drops of Cypress oil and inhale the steam.

 

Cellulite

To tone and tighten the skin and improve the appearance of cellulite, create a blend of:

  • 8  drops Cypress oil
  • 5 drops Geranium oil,
  • 12 drops Sweet Orange oil
  • 30ml Rosehip oil (or another carrier oil)

Massage at least twice a week.

*This is for information purposes and is not intended to treat, diagnose or cure any illness.

 

Hemorrhoids

These swollen veins around the rectum and anus can be itchy and painful. To soothe the area and kill bacteria, add 2 drops of Cypress oil to 2 teaspoons of a carrier oil and gently apply to the area.

 

Warts

Cypress oil is a common treatment for warts and its antiviral properties may help to control them. Apply one drop of Cypress oil to the wart daily.

 

*This is for information purposes and is not intended to treat, diagnose or cure any illness

 

 

FOR YOUR MIND

If you’re feeling nervy or anxious, Cypress oil comes to the rescue. It fosters mental stability, helping you feel grounded, steady and more secure in yourself. It also restores calm and focus when the mind is running wild.

 

Safe and stable blend

  • 3 drops Cypress oil
  • 2 drops Lavender oil
  • 2 drops Tea Tree oil

 

Mix these oils in a diffuser and use throughout your home, or add them to 15ml of a carrier oil such as olive oil for a steadying massage blend

 

 

FOR YOUR SPIRIT

Cypress oil has a grounding effect and helps in times or turbulence or loss. It clears stagnant energy, opening the way for spiritual evolution and growth.

Cypress oil gets things moving and helps us discover what’s best for us, so we can flow with changes as they arise. It offers peace during life’s emotional upheavals.

It is associated with the sacral and throat chakras.

Forest wisdom blend

  • 3 drops Cypress oil
  • 2 drops Cedarwood oil
  • 2 drops Frankincense oil
  • 1 drop Rosemary oil

 

Diffuse this blend to stay grounded in times of change.

 

 

FOR YOUR DAILY LIFE

Insect repellent

A 2013 Greek study found that Cypress oil could be as effective as DEET against Aedes mosquito larvae.

Diffuse a blend of:

  • 2 drops Cypress oil
  • 2 drops Clary Sage oil

You can also add this blend to 10ml of a carrier oil and apply to exposed skin when you’re out hiking or exercising.

 

Cockroaches be gone!

To send cockroaches on their way, mix 5­­–10 drops of Cypress oil with water and spray onto areas where they love to lurk. You can also add a few drops of Peppermint oil for a stronger solution.

 

Home deodoriser

To freshen up musty curtains, sheets and sofas, add 5–10 drops of Cypress oil to a cleaning soap or add it to water in a spray bottle and use liberally.

You can also add 1­–2 drops of Cypress oil to stinky shoes or mouldy-smelling hats and coats to prevent bacteria.

 

Facts:

Botanical Name: Cupressus sempervirens.

Country of Origin: Spain

Aroma: Woody, fresh and green

Note: Middle

Chemical constituents: alpha-Pinene, delta-Carene, Guaiol, Bulnesol.

 

What does Cypress oil blend with?

Blends well with:  Cedarwood, Clary Sage, Frankincense, Geranium,  Lavender, Lemon, Myrrh, Sweet Orange,  Rosemary and Tea Tree oils

 

Cautions

Dilute before using Cedarwood topically.

Keep out of reach of children

If sensitivity occurs, discontinue use.

Avoid contact with eyes and sensitive areas of the body.

Additional information

Weight 0.063 kg

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