Cistus (rock rose) essential oil
Scientific Name: Cistus ladaniferus
gemfleur: love rose quartz spray
Fragrant and unforgettable balsamic odor of musk and smoke
Antiviral, antibacterial and antiarthritic
Terpenes, Acetophenone and other ketones
Traditional Aromatherapy use:
One of the early aromatic substances of the ancient world. The gum was used formerly for catarrh, diarrhoea, dysentery and to promote menstruation; externally it was used in plasters. The oil from the closely related plant frostwort (Helianthemum canadense) , also known as cistus, also has many medicinal qualities and is said to be useful for scrofulous skin conditions, ulcers and tumours, including cancer.
Skin care: mature skin and wrinkles
Respiratory system: inhalant for coughs and bronchitis
Immune system: colds
Research on Cistus (cistus ladaniferus) :
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