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Ravintsara (Ho leaf)

Cinnamomum camphora ct 1,8 cineole

Ravintsara (Ho leaf) from Aromatics

Ravintsara (Ho leaf)

Cinnamomum camphora ct 1,8 cineole

Description

Ravintsara is great for reducing pain and headaches. It is an immunostimulant and good for all respiratory concerns. Excellent for colds and flu, Ravintsara is decongesting, anti-inflammatory and helps to clear the sinuses. It is one of the best oils for the long term healing of chronic allergies. It is a soft, camphoraceous oil, and can be used often. Ravintsara is antiviral and is effectively used for shingles and herpes zoster. For shingles, add Melissa and Ravintsara to St. John’s Wort oil and apply liberally several times daily. Great to use for children who are sick and to diffuse in the house to prevent the spread of germs and illness.

Properties
Aromas
Camphoraceous
Fresh
Notes
Middle
Chemical Families
Monoterpenes
Oxides
Therapeutic Properties
Assists in fighting germs
Antispasmodic
May help to discharge phlegm and mucous associated with daily living from the lungs and throat
Stimulates healthy functioning of the immune system
Country of Origin Madagascar
Cultivation Plant Was Wild Crafted
Extraction Method Steam Distilled
Plant Part(s) Leaves
Botanical Family Lauraceae
Applications + Recipes Resources

1. Davis P. Aromatherapy an A-Z. New revised edition C.W. Daniel Company Limited, England, 1999
2. Keville, K. Aromatherapy, A Complete Guide to the Healing Art, The Crossing press, USA, 1995
3. Schnaubelt K. Advanced Aromatherapy, The Science of Essential Oil Therapy, Healing Arts Press, USA, 1998

Safety + Shelf Life

If oxidized, it may cause irritation or sensitization. It may antidote homeopathic remedies. It is too strong to use with babies or children under five years old on their faces or in a steam. Care must be taken when using with asthmatics.

The suggested shelf life is 3-4 years.

Batch History
Batch Number Distillation Date
RSA-111 April 2015
RSA-110 Summer 2014
RSA-109 Fall 2013
RSA-108 Winter 2013
RSA-107 Winter 2013
RSA-106 Winter 2012
RSA-105 Fall 2010
RSA-104 Spring 2010
RSA-103 Summer 2008
RSA-102 Summer 2006
RSA-101 Summer 2006

$21.03

Only 15 mL Available

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Description

Ravintsara is great for reducing pain and headaches. It is an immunostimulant and good for all respiratory concerns. Excellent for colds and flu, Ravintsara is decongesting, anti-inflammatory and helps to clear the sinuses. It is one of the best oils for the long term healing of chronic allergies. It is a soft, camphoraceous oil, and can be used often. Ravintsara is antiviral and is effectively used for shingles and herpes zoster. For shingles, add Melissa and Ravintsara to St. John’s Wort oil and apply liberally several times daily. Great to use for children who are sick and to diffuse in the house to prevent the spread of germs and illness.

Properties
Aromas
Camphoraceous
Fresh
Notes
Middle
Chemical Families
Monoterpenes
Oxides
Therapeutic Properties
Assists in fighting germs
Antispasmodic
May help to discharge phlegm and mucous associated with daily living from the lungs and throat
Stimulates healthy functioning of the immune system
Country of Origin Madagascar
Cultivation Plant Was Wild Crafted
Extraction Method Steam Distilled
Plant Part(s) Leaves
Botanical Family Lauraceae
Applications + Recipes Resources

1. Davis P. Aromatherapy an A-Z. New revised edition C.W. Daniel Company Limited, England, 1999
2. Keville, K. Aromatherapy, A Complete Guide to the Healing Art, The Crossing press, USA, 1995
3. Schnaubelt K. Advanced Aromatherapy, The Science of Essential Oil Therapy, Healing Arts Press, USA, 1998

Safety + Shelf Life

If oxidized, it may cause irritation or sensitization. It may antidote homeopathic remedies. It is too strong to use with babies or children under five years old on their faces or in a steam. Care must be taken when using with asthmatics.

The suggested shelf life is 3-4 years.

Batch History
Batch Number Distillment Date
RSA-111 April 2015
RSA-110 Summer 2014
RSA-109 Fall 2013
RSA-108 Winter 2013
RSA-107 Winter 2013
RSA-106 Winter 2012
RSA-105 Fall 2010
RSA-104 Spring 2010
RSA-103 Summer 2008
RSA-102 Summer 2006
RSA-101 Summer 2006

Product Q&A
What is the difference between Ravintsara "ct linalol" (Ho Wood) and Ravintsara "ct 1,8 cineole (Ho Leaf)? What does "ct" stand for and linalol and cineole? Thank you!
CT is chemo type. One would have more linalol and one more of the 1,8 cineole. Linalol is a monoterpenol and 1,8 an oxide.
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