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Pure Mastic Pistachio Essential Oil Purenaissance Therapeutic Grade, Best for Aromatherapy and Diffuser/10 ml

Pure Mastic Pistachio Essential Oil Purenaissance Therapeutic Grade, Best for Aromatherapy and Diffuser/10 ml

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What is Lentisque Essential Oil: The Mastic Lentisque Pistachio, also called Mastic Tree, grows in Mediterranean climates. In France, it is found mainly in Corsica, where one of the specimens over 700 years old, was elected "tree of the year 2011" by a jury. The first records of the tree date back 300 years before our era in a work by the Greek botanist Theopraste. At the time, young leaves, seed, bark and mastic were used to make medicinal decoctions. The resin is then renowned for its virtues against colds and upset stomach while the gum is chewed to refresh the breath.  Today, lentisque oil is mainly used against bronchitis, sinusitis, eczema and venous circulation problems, while its leaves are still prepared in herbal tea to fight digestive disorders. It is also called "pistachio essential oil", the essential oil of lentisque comes from the distillation of leaves and twigs of this same tree. Mostly produced in Greece and in the Mediterranean basin, lentisque essential oil has been used since antiquity and is characterized by an intense vegetal odor Lentisque Essential Oil Technical Data Sheet: Common Name: Pistachio Lentisk, Pistachio Tree, Turpentine, Putty Tree Latin name: Pistacia lentiscus Appearance: Mobile liquid Color: light yellow to Brown  Odor: Fresh, herbaceous Botanical Family: Anacardiaceae Organ: Leaves Processing Method: Steam distillation Type: 100% pure Origin: Algeria Preferred uses: Dermal, respiratory tract Chemical composition: Main chemical compound:   Monoterpenes 55 to 82%  Sesquiterpènes 10 to 15% Other chemical compounds:  Monoterpenols 6 to 12% Esters 2% Ketones Sesquiterpénols Physical characteristics: A good Lentisque essential oil must have the following physical characteristics: Density at 20 ° C: 0,850 à 0,875  Refractive index at 20 ° C: 1,465 à 1,485  Rotatory power at 20 ° C: -13° à -4°  Flash point: +42°C Storage and Handling: Keep bottle in a cool and dry place away from direct sunlight or water contamination. Being natural and organic, oil may thicken in cold climate or change color over a period, however the efficacy will remain unaffected.  Place the bottle in a bowl of warm water to regain consistency in case of freezing.  Keep out reach of children. Use within 6 months after the seal is broken. Properties of the Lentisque Essential Oil: The properties of Lentisque pistachier essential oil are explained by the presence of active compounds originally present in the branches of Pistacia lentiscus. For health Venous and lymphatic decongestant: The essential oil of Lentisque contains sesquiterpenes (cadinene, phellandrene) and monoterpenes (alpha-pinene, terpinene) allowing it to be indicated in the venous and especially lymphatic disorders, especially in massage. It is an effective complement in the spa treatments of these indications. Prostatic decongestant: Alpha-pinene is the main cause of the prostatic decongestant effect attributed to lentisque. It may help against benign prostatic hypertrophy. Anti-inflammatory: The terpinen-4-ol of the oil helps to inhibit the mediators of inflammation. Other properties: Phlebotonic Antispasmodic Analgesic For the well-being A nervous tonic: Thanks to its richness in monoterpenes, the essential oil of Lentisque is a tonic and general stimulant of the body. This property is explained by the stimulation of the adrenal cortex. Indications of Lentisque Essential Oil: Cutaneous application (bath, cold pack, massage): Bronchitis, cellulite, bruise, eschar, heavy legs, edema, tired feet, prostatitis, nasopharyngitis, sinusitis, stress, varicose veins. Respiratory (diffusion, inhalation, olfaction): Anxiety, anxiety, bronchitis, fatigue, nervousness, nasopharyngitis, mood swings, sinusitis, stress. Tips for using Lentiques Essential Oil : Cutaneous application, massage: For all skin and circulatory problems: dilute 1 drop of essential oil with 4 drops of a vegetable oil, then apply and massage the affected area. Cellulite: dilute with vegetable oil and massage the affected areas.    Hemorrhoids: dilute with vegetable oil and apply on hemorrhoids.    Heavy legs: dilute with vegetable oil and massage the legs. Varicose veins: dilute with a vegetable oil and massage the affected areas.    Lymphatic stasis: dilute with vegetable oil and massage lower limbs and affected areas. Congestion of the small pelvis: dilute with vegetable oil and massage the lower back or dilute in a neutral base in the bath. Bruising: dilute with vegetable oil and apply on the bruise. Escarre: dilute with a vegetable oil and apply on the eschar. Feet (tired, bruised ...): in feet bath. For ENT disorders: dilute with vegetable oil and massage the spine and soles of the feet. Sinusitis: Inhalation, diffusion, or diluted with vegetable oil, apply locally (at the sinuses). Prostatitis: dilute with vegetable oil and massage the lower abdomen. Inhalation Caution: seek medical advice before use for people with asthma. After medical advice, it is possible to use the essential oil of lentisque by: Wet Inhalation: dilute a few drops of lentisque essential oil in a container of hot water and inhale the vapors. Dry Inhalation: apply a few drops of essential oil of lentisque on a handkerchief or a pebble then breathe it from time to time. Stress: bathing (5 drops mixed with soap). Diffusion The essential oil of Lentisque is one of the oils compatible with diffusion. To fight against infections and promote well-being (anxiety, 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 Lentisque essential oil: With the essential oil of niaouli for a decongestant venous effect. With the essential oil of immortelle to thin the blood. With cypress essential oil for a nervous tonic effect. Caution : The essential oil of Lentisque can be used by the pregnant woman of more than 5 months, as well as by the children over 3 years. Do not use the essential oil of Lentisque in case of phlebitis. Do not use it for people with epilepsy. First Aid Measures: Inhalation: Remove from exposure site to fresh air. Keep at rest. Obtain medical attention. Eye Contact: Rinse immediately with plenty of water for at least 15 mins. Contact a doctor if symptoms persist.  Skin Contact: Remove contaminated clothes. Wash thoroughly with soap & water, flush with plenty of water. If irritation persists, seek medical advice. Ingestion: Rinse mouth out with water. Seek medical advice immediately

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