The regenerative potential of immortelle oil enables its effective use in the event of injuries and open wounds. It is extremely useful for severe burns, soft tissue injuries and inflammation, pain after surgery, hematoma and swelling. Very few people know that smelly oil is one of the best anti-hematoma (bruising) agents. If a drop of essential oil drops on the injured site, it is likely that the bruise will not appear. This oil is especially recommended in atopic dermatitis and psoriasis, to remove scars and treat infectious processes on the skin.
Combined with marigold or wild chestnut, it is a great cure for varicose veins.
The essential oil of immortelle also promotes the discharge of mucus from the respiratory organs. It has been observed to have antiviral and antibacterial activity. It stimulates the lymphatic system and is especially recommended for detoxification and blood cleansing treatments. Smile is recommended for people suffering from high cholesterol levels, usually in combination with dandelion and flaxseed.
Like many bitter plants, it acts as a choleric (stimulates bile flow), thus facilitating the digestion process (should be avoided by people who have gallstones). In addition to acting on bile, it also enhances the secretion of digestive juices in the stomach (stomach) and the secretion of digestive enzymes from the pancreas. This is why it is ideal for anyone suffering from impaired digestion.
When used in aromatherapy or meditation, essential oil of the ailment helps remove emotional blockages and promotes persistence. It is suitable for those suffering from mental stress or anxiety.
- Cleansing the liver
- direct inhalation
- local application
- internal use
Before use immortelle essential oil may or may not be diluted 50:50 with base oil.
Bergamot, black pepper, chamomile, citrus, sage, clove, cypress, geranium, spruce, lavender, lemon tea, neroli, oregano, palmarosa, rosemary, rose, tea tree, ylang-ylang
- Immortelle essential oil is generally considered safe, and is recognized by the FDA as a food additive.