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Frangipani Absolute/10ml

Frangipani Absolute/10ml

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What is Kella (Ammi Visnaga) Essential Oil: The genus name “Ammi” derives from the Greek term “ammos” meaning “sand” and refers to the plant’s habitat.Khella is a member of the celery, carrot or parsley family (Apiaceae) and it has been used as a medicinal herb since ancient times for a variety of ailments.It is known that the ancient Egyptians cultivated the plant and used it mainly for conditions related to the urinary trace system, a practice still in use today. During the middle ages, it was not uncommon to use the herb as a diuretic. The dried umbels of khella are often found in markets in the Middle and the Far East, where the flower stalks are used as toothpicks, a use which is reflected in the plant’s other common name “toothpick plant.” Khella is a plant long used for medicinal purposes. Sourced from a flowering plant in the carrot family, it's also known as Ammi visnaga. When taken in dietary supplement form, khella is said to help treat a number of health problems, including kidney stones and diabetes. Medicinal use of khella dates back to ancient Egypt when it was used to treat urinary tract disorders and other health problems. In addition, khella was used as a diuretic in the Middle Ages. Khella is a fascinating material, the oil is obtained by steam distilling the seeds and the aroma is vegetative, boozy, slightly warm and spicy, traits I associate with a lot of the Apiaceae family members. If you can tolerate the aroma then inhaling directly from the bottle can be helpful for treating nasal congestion, by soothing the membrane lining of the nose enabling you to breathe easily. Khella (Ammi Visnaga) Essential Oil: Common name: Khella, toothpick herb, Ammi Latin name: Ammi visnaga Appearance: Clear mobile liquid.  Color: Golden yellow Odor: sweet and earthy  Botanical Family: Apiaceae Organ: Seeds Processing Method: Steam distillation. Type: 100% pure. Origin: France Preferred uses: Dermal,Internal, respiratory tract Chemical composition: Main chemical compound:  Esters (25 to 80%) (Methylbutyl, Pentyl  Isovalerate, Isolbutyl Methylbutanoate). Monoterpenols (25 to 38%) (Linalool). Other chemical compounds:  Monoterpenes (2 to 12%). sesquiterpenes, Coumarines, Furocoumarines, Pyranocoumarins Physical characteristics: A good Khella essential oil must have the following physical characteristics: Density at 20 ° C: 0.863 to 0.879 Refractive index at 20 ° C: 1.430 to 1.450 Rotatory power at 20 ° C: -12 ° to -2 ° Flash point: + 62 ° C Storage conditions: Store in original container or other container approved alternative made from a compatible material, kept tightly closed when not in use. Empty containers retain residue product. Do not reuse it.It is forbidden to eat, drink or smoke in work areas where this material is handled, stored or used. Properties of Khella Essential Oil: The properties of the essential oil of Khella can be explained by the presence of active compounds originally present in the seeds of Ammi visnaga (Khella, Grass with toothpicks, Ammi). For health: Antispasmodic: The linalool contained in the essential oil of khella intervenes in the contraction of the smooth and striated muscles: it has an antagonistic action of the molecules intervening in these processes, which makes it possible to calm the spasms. Dilator: Coronary arteries, bronchi, ureter. Khella oil has a powerful spasmolytic action on all smooth muscles (bronchi, gastrointestinal tract and even coronary). Fluidifying blood: The coumarins contained in the oil inhibit the activity of certain actors responsible for blood coagulation (in particular plasma thromboplastin). Other properties: Skin regenerator Circulatory tonic For the well-being Calming nervous system Present in small quantities in oil, sesquiterpenes are no less active in the central nervous system: they are molecules with hypotensive, analgesic, relaxing and sedative properties. Indications of the essential oil of khella: Thanks to the many properties described above, Khella oil has many indications. For health Respiratory disorders: The spasmolytic properties of the oil can be helpful for respiratory disorders such as asthma and asthma attack, bronchitis, bronchiolitis and spasmodic cough. Some digestive disorders: Thanks to the antispasmodic properties, khella can be good for various disorders related to digestion: hepatic colic, nervous spasm and spasmodic pain or spasmodic colitis. Blood circulation problems: The action of khella essential oil on the blood circulation allows it to intervene in certain circulatory problems such as atherosclerosis, coronary insufficiency and circulatory disorders. Other indications Nephritic colic (kidney stones) On the well-being Insomnia, anxieties Intense Stress In diffusion, thanks to a diffuser of essential oil, the oil can help to find the sleep and the appeasement thanks to its relaxing and sedative properties. Tips for using khella essential oil: The essential oil of Khella can be used in very different ways for a wide spectrum of diseases and symptoms. Nevertheless, in case of doubt, it is recommended to contact a professional to collect personalized and secure information, adapted to your medical situation, your profile and your age. Cutaneous application, massage: The essential oil of Khella is to be avoided by the cutaneous way before any exposure to the sun because it is photosensitizing. In addition, it is likely to cause allergies in sensitive people. It is imperative to perform a preliminary skin test inside the fold of the elbow. Dilute 1 drop in 10 drops of vegetable oil to apply to the affected area. Coronary insufficiency: in dermal application diluted with a vegetable oil (massage the thorax) Circulatory disorders: in dermal application diluted with a vegetable oil, massage the legs Nephritic colic (kidney stones): in dermal application diluted with a vegetable oil (massaging the kidney area) Asthma and asthma attack: dilute with a vegetable oil (massage the solar plexus). Bronchitis, Bronchiolitis: dilute with a vegetable oil (on the back). Spasmodic cough: dilute with vegetable oil, massage the upper back. For digestive disorders: in cutaneous application diluted with a vegetable oil (massage the belly). In case of intense stress: diluted with a vegetable oil (massage the solar plexus and apply on the wrists). Oral way Internal use can only be done on the advice of a specialist because it is toxic to the liver. Inhalation It is generally recommended to favor the olfactory route. For all ENT and respiratory infections and to promote well-being:dilute a few drops of Khella essential oil in a bowl of simmering water lying flat on the table. Remember to remove glasses or lenses, then close your eyes, lean over the bowl, a towel on your head to breathe a maximum of steam. Keep your head under the towel for about ten minutes. Stop if it becomes unpleasant. It is possible to use the dry inhalation route: apply a few drops of essential oil on a tissue, on the wrists or a pebble and then breathe it from time to time. Diffusion The essential oil of Khella is one of the oils compatible with diffusion. To fight against respiratory disorders and promote well-being (anxiety, stress, depression, fatigue ...), choose one of the following methods of dissemination: Diffusion by nebulization: These diffusers, which propel the essential oil by a pump, are the most effective, but their price is generally high and they can be more or less noisy. Ultrasonic diffusion (misting): Less powerful, these diffusers remain effective to benefit from the effects of the essential oil in closed rooms. Diffusion by gentle heat:  Pour a few drops of essential oil into the small receptacle of these diffusers. Under the effect of heat, volatile aromatic particles will mingle with the atmosphere. To use ideally in a small closed room. Synergies with khella essential oil: With the essential oils of exotic basil, petitgrain bigarade for digestive problems. Precautions and contraindications of khella essential oil: The essential oil of khella must be strongly diluted for a cutaneous use. It is prohibited during pregnancy, except by the respiratory route. It is forbidden to children by the cutaneous way. It’s also best to avoid khella if you are breast-feeding. There isn’t enough information to know if it is safe for nursing babies. First Aid Measures: Inhalation: Remove victim immediately from source of exposure. Get   medical attention if any discomfort continues.   Ingestion: Rinse mouth and drink abundant water to dilute substance.   Avoid vomiting, risk of aspiration!   Skin Contact : Remove contaminated clothes. Wash affected areas with   copious amounts of water.   Eye   Contact: Immediately flush with plenty of water for up to 15   minutes. Remove any contact lenses and open eyes wide apart. Get medical   attention immediately. Continue to rinse.

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