• cajeput


      The essential cajeput oil belongs to the head notes and has antiseptic, antibacterial, carminative, antispasmodic, antineuralgic, antirheumatic, cicatrizant, insectizide, stimulant, anti- itchiness, analgesic, balmy qualities and is used to combat cellulitis, cystitis, acne, sciatica, bronchitis, cough, laryngitis, headache, toothache, muscular aches, genitourinary problems, insect bites, rheumatic aches, abdominal cramps, ear aches, eczemas, rheumatism, intestinal parasits, intestinal infections, dysmenohrrhea, gout, hepatic insufficience, dermatitis, otisis, sinusitis, burns, herpes and respiratory problems.

      The essential oil of cajeput is also excellent to combat Escherichia coli, but should not be ingested since it can cause nausea, vomit and a bad respiratory depression. If used on the skin the cajeput oil should always be diluted since it can have an irritating effect. This oil is one of the ingredients for the famous Tiger Balm. The cajeput oil has a yin matrix, it’s dominated by the planet of Mercury and treats principally the 5th chakra. The perfume of the essential cajeput oil is a mix between that of camphor and rosemary. Its color is green- yellow. The cajeput supports the emotive change with the circumfluent world and the own comunication. It helps in case of insomnia, it furthermore stimulates our pride and our volition, stimulating the masculine side in us. It improves the humour favoring the energetic purification of the soul. If used in the sauna the oil eliminates the toxins from the body and strengthens the immune system. This oil is contraindicated during pregnancy.