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Latin Name: tagetes glandulifera
Forms Available: essential oil
Tagetes – tagetes glandulifera – Not to be confused with pot marigold or Calendula officinalis. Its scent has been used as a deterrent to house flies. The oil has a minty, sweetish, fruity odor and is a well-known fungicide and antiparasitic. Kills roundworms in the gut. Also indicated for athlete’s foot and ringworm. Not to be used on pregnant women and children, considered a neurotoxic and abortive. Excessive skin use is discouraged as it can cause serious photosensitivity; do not use prior to exposure to simulated or natural sunlight. This oil is extremely difficult to work with, for the penetrating aroma has the curious property of becoming stronger when combined with other essences. It may be acceptable when blended with orange, lemon or lavender. Tagetes should be used in concentrations of less than 0.5%. Do not use during pregnancy.
Aromatherapy & Health Uses: well-known fungicide and antiparasitic. Kills roundworms in the gut. Also indicated for athlete’s foot and ringworm. Not to be used on pregnant women and children, considered a neurotoxic and abortive. Excessive skin use is discouraged.
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Latin Name: citrus reticulata
Forms Available: essential oil, fruit
Tangerine – citrus reticulata – Warm, citrus, sweet and tangy aroma. It is antiseptic, antispasmodic, sedative and stomachic. Could be phototoxic; care should be taken not to expose the skin to strong sunlight after treatment. Has an almost hypnotic effect on the mind. May be helpful with stress and tension due to its soothing action on the nervous system. Assists with gastric complaints, such as flatulence, diarrhea and constipation. Stimulates flow of bile which helps to digest fats. It is a popular addition to a massage oil during pregnancy, helping to reduce stretch marks, reducing fluid retention and stimulating circulation. Could help smooth out stretch marks, particularly when blended with lavender and neroli. Can be used in massage oils for acne. Blends well with basil, bergamot, chamomile, clary sage, frankincense, neroli, orange and rose.
Aromatherapy & Health Uses: May be helpful with stress and tension due to its soothing action on the nervous system. Assists with gastric complaints, such as flatulence, diarrhea and constipation. Stimulates flow of bile which helps to digest fats.
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Latin Name: artemisia dracunculus
Alternative Name: tarragon, estragon, dragon’s wormwood, little dragon, mugwort
Forms Available: essential oil, leaf, root
French Tarragon – artemisia dracunculus – A digestive stimulant, in fact – the leaves are a commonly used herb in cooking. Tarragon is also a menses stimulant, sleep aid, and tooth ache relief herb. An infusion of the leaves treats indigestion and flatulence. Applied to a poultice, tarragon can also relieve arthritis, rheumatism and gout. Tarragon is also an insect repellent.
Aromatherapy & Health Uses: A digestive stimulant, relieves indigestion, soothes toothache, stimulate menses, relieves rheumatism.
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Latin Name: melaleuca alternifolia
Alternative Name: melaleuca
Forms Available: essential oil
Tea Tree – telaleuca alternifolia – Tea tree oil has huge healing potential. It is a powerful antiseptic and immunostimulant, active against bacteria, viruses, and fungi such as athlete’s foot and thrush. It helps treat colds, flu, lesions, warts and acne. Tea Tree is the best remedy for yeast infections!
Aromatherapy & Health Uses: Abscesses; Acne; Athlete’s Foot; Blisters; Burns; Bruises; Chicken Pox Rash; Cold Sores; Dandruff; Herpes; Insect Bites; Oily Skin; Spots. Key Qualities: Penetrating; Medicinal; Stimulating; Refreshing.
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Latin Name: thymus vulgaris
Alternative Name: common thyme, mother of thyme, garden thyme.
Forms Available: essential oil, leaf, powder, whole, above-ground portions of the herb
Thyme – thymus vulgaris – Also known as Common Thyme, Mother of Thyme, and Garden Thyme. A Druid sacred herb, culinary Thyme aids the digestion of fatty foods and is part of bouquet garni and Benedictine liqueur. Thyme oil is distilled from the leaves and flowering tops and is a stimulant and antiseptic. It is a nerve tonic used externally to treat depression, colds, muscular pain and respiratory problems. The oil is added to acne lotions and mouthwashes. Research has confirmed Thyme strengthens the immune system.
Thyme is an excellent lung cleanser. Use it to dry up and clear out moist phlegm and to treat whooping cough. It makes a good tea for the mother after childbirth, as it helps expel the placenta. Steep one-half teaspoon fresh herb or one teaspoon dried herb in one-half cup of hot water for five minutes. Take up to one and a half cups a day in quarter-cup doses. A natural antiseptic, thyme is often used in salves for wounds, swellings, sciatica, and failing eyes. The tea relieves gas and colic -as does the oil, taken in 1-5 drop doses. The tincture can be used in 10-20 drop doses, taken three times a day. Use thyme for headaches and hangovers.
Aromatherapy & Health Uses: Abscess; Acne; Bruises; Burns; Cuts; Dermatitis; Eczema; Insect Bites; Lice; Arthritis; Gout; Muscular Aches and Pains. Key Qualities: Stimulating; Restorative; Warming; Reviving; Refreshing; Purifying; Antidepressant.
Other Uses: Thyme is burned in incense to purify an area. A place where wild thyme grows will be a particularly powerful energy center on earth. A magical cleansing bath can be make by pouring a tea made with thyme and marjoram into the bathwater.
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