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Goldenrod Essential Oil, Organic

Goldenrod Essential Oil, Organic

Goldenrod Essential Oil, Organic
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Goldenrod essential oil, ECOCERT, Canada The same goldenrod that causes autumn allergies for millions, has been used for centuries as an herbal medication. Its main use is in its anti-allergy properties, for conditions like hay fever, allergic reactions, coughs, and respiratory system infections. Goldenrod oil is also used for hypertension, liver congestion, hepatitis and fatty liver, circulatory conditions, and urinary tract and bladder conditions.

Name: Goldenrod oil, ECOCERT, Canada
Species: Solidago canadensis
Part: Herb
Country: Canada
Dilution: 1:1

Goldenrod essential oil supports the urinary tract, and liver function.* Goldenrod oil is used for hypertension, liver congestion, hepatitis and fatty liver, circulatory conditions, and bladder conditions. Goldenrod is a little-known essential oil made from a plant that grows as a prolific weed in areas of Canada. The oil has a very distinctive fragrance, rather strong but not unpleasant, and its main use is in its anti-allergy properties, for conditions like hay fever, allergic reactions, coughs, and respiratory system infections. It is also reputed to be a lymphatic system conditioner, a regulator of the autonomic nervous system, and a healer of wounds, insect bites and inflammation. It has relaxing and calming effects. The genus name, Solidago, comes from the Latin solide, which means "to make whole."

Body Systems Affected: Cardiovascular System, Hormonal System

Uses: According to Franchomme and as mentioned in the Swiss Pharmacopia, goldenrod essential oil supports the circulatory system including cardiovascular problems like tachycardia and arrhythmia, urinary tract and liver function. According to the University of Montreal, Canada, goldenrod shows great potential in dealing with impotence.

Historical Uses: Diphtheria, dyspepsia, hypertension, influenza, nervousness, respiratory mucus, tonsillitis and pharyngitis. A little history-during the Boston Tea Party, colonist drank goldenrod tea instead of English tea which gave it the nick-name "Liberty Tea."

Properties: Relaxing and calming

Scent: Balsamic, fresh, citrus, peppery and spicy.

How to use: Goldenrod can be diluted 50-50 and applied on location, on the chakras/vita flex points, directly inhaled, diffused and taken internally. According to Young Living, this oils may also be used as a dietary supplement by diluting 1 drop in 4oz of liquid such as soy milk, honey or rice milk.

Safety: As for safety, goldenrod is non-toxic, non-irritating and non-sensitizing. Possible skin sensitivity. If pregnant or under a doctor's care, consult your physician. Dilution in a pure carrier oil is recommended for both topical and internal use. Dilute 1:1 or more before using on sensitive areas such as the face, neck, genital area, etc.
Keep out of reach of children. Avoid using on infants and very small children.

* This statement has not been evaluated by the Food and Drug Administration. This product is not intended to diagnose, treat, cure, or prevent any disease.
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