Relieve - Muscle Spasms
Care for your voice when you have a sore throat—make a topical throat care oil with xanthoxylum.
Breathe - Cold Season
Make a xanthoxylum inhaler to stay healthy and breathe clearly when cold season comes around.
Relax - Sleep
Spritz your sheets with a xanthxylum linen spray to help let go of worries and relax after a challenging day.
Exotic and Sensual
Safety & Shelf Life
Safety & Warnings
No known safety issues.
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I'd never heard of this oil but was reading about it & just had to try it. All I can say is WOW! I diffuse it in the room with the door open, while reading in bed before turning out the lights. It's not a wonderful smell but it's so mild that you don't really notice it at all in a diffuser, only if I sniff the bottle. I had issues breathing at night, but not while using this oil & I've been sleeping like a baby. Thank you!
New and Fresh
While I am still learning how to pronounce it, this oil was unexpectedly fruity. It is a welcome addition to my cold and calm arsenal.
First aid for stuffed nose
I've read about this oil in one of the Aromatics newsletters, where it said that somebody used it during massage session, when client lays face down, by placing cotton ball with a few drops of Xanthoxylum on it underneath. Clients nose was cleared and he/she could breathe freely. As I have similar problem myself, I decided to give it a try, and did not regret it. Whenever I feel I need my nose to open up, I mix a bit of shea butter with a few drops of this eo in my palm and simply massage inside of my nostrils. Works wonders.
An oil high in terpenes, this oil smells great and is a new one for me to play with when I want a high monoterpene content full of d-limonene.
Sleep and allergy symptoms
Love the quality of your oils. Please help with a diffuser recipe for sleep and allergies, any suggestions welcome. Tried mixing with spikenard and rhododendron and was a little to floral for me.
Hi Ruth! Thanks for reaching out! Our customer service team will send you a separate email will some suggestions.