Hyssop

Hyssop: Regulates fat metabolism, aids digestion of fats, tonic to digestion. Acne, bruises, cuts, wounds, dermatitis, eczema, inflammations, scars, cell regeneration. Asthma, aids in liquefying and eliminating mucus, emphysema, sore throats, coughs. Traumas, contusions, rheumatism, arthritis, support for Multiple sclerosis, normalizes low blood pressure. Stimulates menstrual flow, useful in puberty ovarian problems. Anxiety, fatigue, nervous tension, stress related problems, clears head, aids deep concentration and focus, creativity, stimulates medulia oblongata. Avoid in pregnancy, children, elderly and epilepsy. Scent: Woody, earthy, sweet and warm, middle note. Source: Flowering Plant   -    COMMON NAME: hyssop

BOTANICAL NAME: hyssopus officinalis

ORIGIN: Brazil, Egypt, Europe, France, India, Italy, Palestine

PARTS USED: flowers, leaves

FRAGRANCE: camphorous, fresh, herbal, spicy

BLENDS: basil, bergamot, celery, clary sage, clove, fennel, lavender, orange, rosemary, sage, tangerine

AROMATIC BENEFITS: anxiety, balancing, clearing, concentration, fatigue, grief, nervous tension, refreshing, stimulating, stress, warming

PHYSICAL USES: acne, antibacterial, antibiotic, antiseptic, antispasmodic, antiviral, asthma, astringent, athlete's foot, bleeding, bronchitis, bursitis, circulatory stimulant, cold sores, colds, colic, coughs, cuts, cystitis, decongestant, dermatitis, diabetes, diuretic, diverticulosis, dry skin, eczema, emmenagogue, expectorant, febrifuge, frostbite, hair loss, indigestion, influenza, inguinal hernia, normal skin, normalizes blood pressure, osteoporosis, psoriasis, rosacea, sedative, sore throats, tennis elbow, tonsillitis, vaginal infections, varicose veins, water retention, whooping cough, wounds, wrinkles, writer's cramp

SAFETY WARNINGS: Avoid during pregnancy, history of epilepsy or high blood pressure. Toxic. Avoid if prone to seizures. Dilute well before use.