Latin Name: Cupressus sempervirens
Method of Extraction: Steam distilled
PARTS USED: leaves (needles), twigs
FRAGRANCE: pine-like, spicy, sweet, woodsy
AROMATIC BENEFITS: aggression, balancing, irritability, nervous tension, refreshing, restlessness, stimulating, stress
MAGICKAL USES: astral projection, blessing, comfort, consecration, healing, protection, purification, spirituality
PHYSICAL USES: amenorrhea, antibacterial, antiinfectious, antiseptic, antispasmodic, antiviral, arthritis, asthma, astringent, athlete’s foot, bronchitis, broken capillaries, bruises, bursitis, cellulite, circulatory stimulant, coughs, cuts, dandruff, deodorant, diabetes, diarrhea, diuretic, dysmenorrhea, edema, endometriosis, female infertility, hair loss, heavy menstruation, hemorrhoids, hot flashes, inguinal hernia, insect repellent, jock itch, menopause, muscular aches, muscular cramps, noise pollution, normal skin, nose bleeds, oily hair, oily skin, osteoporosis, prostatitis, raises blood pressure, rheumatism, sinusitis, tennis elbow, vaginal infections, varicose veins, warts, wounds, writer’s cramp
SAFETY WARNINGS: Do not take internally. Avoid during pregnancy or if history of high blood pressure. Avoid if history of estrogen-dependent cancer, low blood pressure or high blood pressure.