Our Favorite Way to Use Wild Cypress Essential Oil:
Add a few drops to a spray bottle with water to deodorize a room or a single drop in your teenager’s shoes.
acne , agitation , arthritis , asthma , bronchitis , colds , colitis , coughs , edema , flu , hemorrhoids , insect repellent , insomnia , menopause , muscle cramps , nervous tension , pancreas , parasites (intestinal) , PMS , pulmonary infections , scars , sinus , spasms , sore throat , stress , varicose veins , whooping cough , wounds
Processing: Steam distilled from branches, twigs, and leaves gathered in the wild in Crete.
How to Use: diffuse, in the bath, massage.
Emotional Influences: Let this woodsy scent ground you during grief or move psychic blocks so that confidence fills you.
Storage: cool, dark place – shelf life up to 3 years if stored properly
Warnings: Keep out of reach of children. If pregnant or on medication consult your Doctor. Keep away from eyes and sensitive areas. For topical use dilute with a carrier oil. May cause skin irritation.