THIS PRODUCT IS ONLY AVAILABLE TO NEW ZEALAND CUSTOMERS. CANNOT BE SENT OVERSEAS DUE TO TRANSPORT RESTRICTIONS. An essential oil useful for use in burners or with a carrier oil for use in massage.
Useful for Amenorrhoea, asthma, coughing, dysmenorrhoea, exhaustion, gas, labour pains, sore throat, stress, relaxing and warming.
Also useful for excessive sweating.
A powerful muscle relaxant.
What else should I know?
Obtained by steam distillation of the leaves and flowers of Salvia sclarea.
General Ways to use Oils:
Tissue or Handkerchief:
1 2 drops on handkerchief and sniff as required.
2 3 drops in bowl of hot water and breathe vapor for about 1 minute through nose.
As directed or a maximum of 5 drop per 10mls of Carrier oil and massage.
Up to 8 drops in a warm bath. Agitate water well before bathing.
1 or 2 drops in vaccuum cleaner exhaust. 1 or 2 drops on a cold light bulb withh scent the air. 6 drops of lemon or lime to rinse aid compartment of dishwasher.
Use 2 drops in 600ml of water. Use Eucalyptus, Tea Tree or Pine oils as these are all excellent cleansers/detoxifiers.
8 drops onto a face cloth or loofah and briskly rub body.
2 - 6 drops. Soak feet in warm water for approx 20 mins.
1-2 drops of essential oil in molten wax. Oils are flammable so avoid contact with wick and flame.
6 drops. Electric diffusers require neat oil ie do not mix with water.
1-9 drops into humidifier water or into the filter of a dehumidifier.
1-9 drops mixed into a cotton wool ball. Lodge between radiator fins.
4-6 drops with 300ml water in a plant sprayer. Add warm water and shake well before use. Avoid contact with wood and furnishings.
1drop per log. Cypress, Pine, Sandalwood or Cedarwood are perfect oils to use.
Use in moderation.
Avoid consuming alcohol or driving immediately after use.
Do not use if pregnant.
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