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Hyssop ct 1,8-cineole

Hyssopus officinalis var decumbens

Hyssop ct 1,8-cineole from Aromatics

Hyssop ct 1,8-cineole

Hyssopus officinalis var decumbens

Description

Hyssop is amazing on so many levels! Hyssop comes from the Hebrew word ezob, meaning good scented herb and holy herb. In ancient history it was said to be the herb that was used to apply blood over the door posts during the Exodus. Hence, it became a symbol of spiritual cleansing. It is considered a bitter herb and Hippocrates would prescribe hyssop for pleurisy and bronchitis.

Due to its warm, dry nature, it has been used to help strengthen and warm normal lung function, thinning thick phlegm, and settling the occasional raw throat. It has also been used as a tonic for the digestive system. 

This is a beautiful oil to help with daily immune strengthening. It is often added to blends for those times when there is unwanted fluid buildup. This variety, var decumbens, has potent antiviral effects and may even be beneficial for herpes. 

Note: Hyssop var decumbens is not to be confused with Hyssop officinalis that has a high level of ketones

Emotional and Energetic Qualities

  • Strengthens ones healthy personal boundaries
  • Helps to avoid being influenced by negativity and tension
  • Emotionally cleansing 
  • Invigorating effect on the mind
  • Helps with concentration and mental fatigue
  • Sharpens awareness
  • Helps with feeling mentally distressed
Properties
Category
2 - Breathe
Aromas
Floral
Herbaceous
Sweet
Warm and Radiant
Notes
Top-middle
Chemical Families
Monoterpenols
Therapeutic Properties
Antidepressant
Antitussive
Antiviral
Bronchodilatory
Digestive Aide
Diuretic
Expectorant
Mucolytic
Rubefacient
Sedative
Supports a healthy appetite
Tonic
Warming
Country of Origin Spain
Cultivation Wildcrafted
Extraction Method Steam Distilled
Plant Part(s) Flowers, Leaves
Botanical Family Lamiaceae
Resources
  1. Battaglia, Salvatore. The Complete Guide to Aromatherapy. 2nd ed. Brisbane: International Centre of Holistic Aromatherapy, 2003. Print.
  2. Tisserand, Robert, and Rodney Young. Essential Oil Safety: A Guide for Health Care Professionals. 2nd ed. Edinburgh: Churchill Livingstone/Elsevier, 2014. Print.
  3. Mojay, Gabriel. Aromatherapy for Healing the Spirit: Restoring Emotional and Mental Balance with Essential Oils. Rochester, VT: Healing Arts, 1999. Print.
Safety + Shelf Life

No safety issues specific to this oil.

The suggested shelf life is 3-4 years.

Batch History
Batch Number Distillation Date
HSP-101 July 2016

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Description

Hyssop is amazing on so many levels! Hyssop comes from the Hebrew word ezob, meaning good scented herb and holy herb. In ancient history it was said to be the herb that was used to apply blood over the door posts during the Exodus. Hence, it became a symbol of spiritual cleansing. It is considered a bitter herb and Hippocrates would prescribe hyssop for pleurisy and bronchitis.

Due to its warm, dry nature, it has been used to help strengthen and warm normal lung function, thinning thick phlegm, and settling the occasional raw throat. It has also been used as a tonic for the digestive system. 

This is a beautiful oil to help with daily immune strengthening. It is often added to blends for those times when there is unwanted fluid buildup. This variety, var decumbens, has potent antiviral effects and may even be beneficial for herpes. 

Note: Hyssop var decumbens is not to be confused with Hyssop officinalis that has a high level of ketones

Emotional and Energetic Qualities

  • Strengthens ones healthy personal boundaries
  • Helps to avoid being influenced by negativity and tension
  • Emotionally cleansing 
  • Invigorating effect on the mind
  • Helps with concentration and mental fatigue
  • Sharpens awareness
  • Helps with feeling mentally distressed
Properties
Category
2 - Breathe
Aromas
Floral
Herbaceous
Sweet
Warm and Radiant
Notes
Top-middle
Chemical Families
Monoterpenols
Therapeutic Properties
Antidepressant
Antitussive
Antiviral
Bronchodilatory
Digestive Aide
Diuretic
Expectorant
Mucolytic
Rubefacient
Sedative
Supports a healthy appetite
Tonic
Warming
Country of Origin Spain
Cultivation Wildcrafted
Extraction Method Steam Distilled
Plant Part(s) Flowers, Leaves
Botanical Family Lamiaceae
Resources
  1. Battaglia, Salvatore. The Complete Guide to Aromatherapy. 2nd ed. Brisbane: International Centre of Holistic Aromatherapy, 2003. Print.
  2. Tisserand, Robert, and Rodney Young. Essential Oil Safety: A Guide for Health Care Professionals. 2nd ed. Edinburgh: Churchill Livingstone/Elsevier, 2014. Print.
  3. Mojay, Gabriel. Aromatherapy for Healing the Spirit: Restoring Emotional and Mental Balance with Essential Oils. Rochester, VT: Healing Arts, 1999. Print.
Safety + Shelf Life

No safety issues specific to this oil.

The suggested shelf life is 3-4 years.

Batch History
Batch Number Distillment Date
HSP-101 July 2016

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