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Latin name: Caryophyllus Eugenia

Distilled part: floral buds

Origin: Madagascar

Properties: acaricide, analgesic, anticoagulant, anti-inflammatory, potential antitumor, bactericidal, immunostimulant, insecticide (lice, coptotermes, scabies, termites), parasiticide, stimulant, viricide.

Indications: acne, difficult childbirth, tonsillitis, osteoarthritis, asthenia, bronchitis, cystitis, pain, scabies, gastritis, gastroenteritis, gingivitis, flu, bronchiolitis, hepatitis A, B and C, hypothyroidism, dental infection, laryngitis, Mononucleosis, neurasthenia, neurogia, odontalgia, parasitosis, lice, multiple sclerosis, salmonellosis, sinusitis, tennis elbow, torticolis, intestinal worms, shingles.

Contraindications: in skin use (dermocaustic), except for local applications or diluted in 95% vegetable oil. Do not use in a child under 5 years of age without the opinion of a confirmed aromatherapist. Air diffusion: never more than one drop in 30 drops of softer essential oils, at the risk of irritating the Airways.

Additional information
Weight 0.045 kg
Eugenia Caryophyllus

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