Hyssop essential oil Hyssopus Officinalis
Hyssop essential oil (hyssop)
Bulgarian name: Hissop / hysop
Botanical name: Hyssopus Officinalis
Oil-bearing part of the plant: leaves and flowers of the plant
Organically Certified: Conventional
Appearance: Transparent liquid
Color: Pale yellow
Aroma: warm and sweet, characteristic of the plant
Ingredients: pinen, camphén, b-pinen, sabinene, mircen, lemon, pinocamphone, isopinocamphene, Y-terpinol, 1,8-cinnol and tung.
Method of extraction: Steam distillation
Method of analysis: Gas chromatograph
Analytical certificate: Available on request
Storage: Store in tightly closed containers at 5 - 15ºC, without direct exposure to sunlight and other heat sources
Benefits: anti-rheumatic, antiseptic, spasmolytic, carnivorous, digestive, clamping, diuretic, stimulating, toning, expectorant. Used as an antipyretic, hypertension, sweat, antler, and wound healing. It works relaxing in depression, anxiety and fatigue, cleansing grief and helping concentration.
Usage: Oil is suitable for refreshing air and is recommended as a means of recovering after illness and as a complete toning of the body. It is used effectively in the treatment of respiratory diseases of the diastolic pathways - viral infections, flu, red throat, bronchitis, runny nose, etc.
Helps in colic, indigestion, blood circulation control, and blood pressure increase.
Hissop oil is also used as an ingredient in creams and lotions, as it helps in faster skin healing.
Use with other oils: Well combined with essential oils such as: angelica, sage, geranium and lemon balm.
Contraindicated: Hyssop oil contains the pikcamphon component and should be used moderately and should be avoided by pregnant women, nursing women and epilepsy patients in consultation with a doctor.