Costmary 100% Essential Oil

Costmary 100% Essential Oil
Costmary 100% Essential Oil
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Costmary - Tanacetum balsamita

Costmary Essential Oil has a sweet minty fragrance, much like that of Wrigley's Spearmint Gum. Costmary Essential oil is very useful in relieving the pain of childbirth and in particular of passing the placenta. Costmary has been used to bring on delayed menstrual periods. Costmary oil is used most often in cooking but it is also used for healing conditions such as intestinal worms, colds, fever, flu, diarrhoea and dysentery. It has a valuable role in the treatment of digestive gas, rheumatism and swelling from bee stings. The oil is also used in making an ointment to heal sores and ulcers. The refreshing and clean fragrance of the oil also removes mental tiredness and calms negative emotions like hysteria, hatred, anger and fear.

Costmary oil is used most often in cooking. It is also used for conditions like intestinal worms.

Uses

In a vaporizer it can help with bringing on delayed menstrual periods, relieving the pain of childbirth and in particular of passing the placenta. Diluted to 3% or less in a carrier oil if used in the treatment of digestive gas, rheumatism and swelling from bee stings.

Origin

India

CAS

 

Note

Middle

Aromatic Scent

sweet minty fragrance, much like that of Wrigley's Spearmint Gum

Folk Names

Alecost. Ale-spice, Sweet tongue,  Mace, Balsamita, Balsam Herb and Herbe Sainte-Marie (French)

Plant Part

Leaves and flowers

Folk Powers

Resists poisons and the biting of venomous beasts.

Blends Well With

Peppermint, Basil, Fennel, Dill

Extraction Method

Steam distillation

Emotions

The refreshing and clean fragrance of the oil clears away mental tiredness. The smell of the oil also calms some unwanted emotions like hatred, anger and fear

Cautions

Costmary has been used to bring on delayed menstrual periods so should be avoided during pregnancy. People with kidney and liver infections as well as those with cancer should avoid Costmary essential oil.

Active Ingredients

Carvone is the main ingredient with small amounts of beta-thujone, t-dihydrocarvone, c-dihydrocarvone, dihydrocarveol isomer c-carveol and t-carveol

Cautions

Essential oils can be powerful so to avoid all risks do not use during pregnancy. Keep away from clothing or articles which may be affected by oil based products. Use sparingly and no more than 4 times per day.

The information provided in these areas are for educational purposes only. Do not consider this information to be accurate or complete.   We do not offer this information to diagnose or cure any disease or ailment, and it does not constitute medical advice of any kind.

Properties
Emotional Properties The refreshing and clean fragrance of the oil clears away mental tiredness. The smell of the oil also calms some unwanted emotions like hatred, anger and fear.
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Botanic Name Tanacetum balsamita Chrysanthemum balsamita Balsamita major
Plant Part Leaves
Extraction Method steam distillation
Description Costmary is a beautiful plant which was taken from its inhabitant home of India and bought to Asia Minor. Later, it was carried to the majority of Europe and other parts of the world. At present, this plant is mostly found in the wild state in urban settlements. Small daisy-like flowers with white ray petals are found on the costmary plant. It is a kind of herb especially known for its minty smell and astringent taste. It grows about 12 inches tall with gray and green shaded long feathery leaves. The stems are thin and can grow up to 2 to 3 feet. Generally, these plants bloom in late summer. Costmary plant is also known as Mace, Balsamita, Balsam Herb, Alecost and Herbe Sainte-Marie (French). Costmary oil is extracted from the leaves of this plant. The extracted oil of this herb gives a fresh sweet aroma.
Uses Previously, it was used to relieve the pain of childbirth. Costmary oil is used most often in cooking. It is also used for healing health conditions like worms, colds, fever, flu, diarrhea, colds and dysentery. The treatment of gas, rheumatism and swelling of a bee sting is also possible by the use of Costmary oil. The oil is also used in making ointment to heal the sores and ulcers.
Aromatic Scent it has a sweet minty fragrance a little like the smell of Wrigleys Spearmint Gum
Essential Oils
Origin India
Note Midlle
Blends Well With Peppermint, Basil, Fennel, Dill

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