Hyssop Essential Oil
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Hyssop (Hyssopus officinalis var decumbens)
100% Pure & Undiluted
3 ml without Box
5 ml with Box
10 ml with Box
Hyssop has been praised as a medicinal plant for centuries and is still in wide use today by herbalists and those seeking natural forms of treatment.
What is Hyssop?
Hyssop is an herbaceous plant, scientifically known as Hyssopus officinalis, that is widely sought after for its potential medical applications. Native to southern Europe and the Middle East, hyssop is a woody shrub that bears clumps of colorful flowers each summer. Hyssop has enjoyed cultural, religious, and social importance in many different periods of history, including ancient Greece and Egypt.
This herb can be used for the treatment of a number of health conditions, including eliminating parasites, relieving premenstrual syndrome symptoms, and lowering blood pressure, among others.
Relieving respiratory conditions, such as the common cold, asthma or bronchitis
Eliminating parasites in the gastrointestinal tract
Increasing circulation, which improves oxygenation throughout the body
Treating muscle pain and inflammation
Defending the body against infections
Preventing chronic disease due to the presence of numerous antioxidants
Optimizing digestion processes
Soothing the symptoms of premenstrual syndromes, such as mood swings and cramps
Calming anxiety and stress
Lowering blood pressure to protect against atherosclerosis and coronary heart diseases
Functioning as a diuretic to help speed the detoxifying process in the body
Reducing the pain and discomfort of insect bites and stings
Brewing these leaves into a tea can help with a wide variety of respiratory conditions.
The essential oil of these leaves can aid in treating skin conditions and inflammation in joints and muscles.
Infusions of these leaves can be administered to help regulate heart health.
Strong tinctures using these leaves are able to clear up gastrointestinal problems.
There are clearly many benefits to using this powerful herb; however, there are also some side effects particularly for women who are pregnant or breastfeeding. In some rare cases, using the oil derived from this herb can increase your chance of seizure, specifically in children, so this herb is not recommended for younger patients. As with any herbal remedy, it is best to speak with your doctor before adding hyssop to your health regimen.