Calamus e.o. – 15 ml
Botanical Name: Acorus Calamus
The Calamus e.o. comes from the herb with the same name. The plant was even known since ancient times. It was known and used by the Ancient Romans and Indians. It still holds a significant place in Ayurveda. Ayurveda is the Indian system of medicines. The plant grows in watery/marshy areas. It is native to Asia and Europe.
There are many health benefits of the Calamus e.o.. These include the oil being:
- an anti-rheumatic.
- an anti-spasmodic.
- an antibiotic.
- a cephalic.
- a memory booster.
- a sedative.
- a stimulant.
As a sedative and a relaxant, the Calamus e.o. can aid in inducing sleep. It is a very effective tranquilizer. This is great for insomnia sufferers. The oil helps the body and mind relax. This allows for a good, healthy rest. The oil’s effectiveness as a relaxant is present even at low doses.
The Calamus e.o. also has memory boosting effects. This property is helpful for people who have memory loss problems. These can be due to aging, trauma, stress, or other reasons. The oil can also aid in repairing brain cells.
The oil is also known for its anti-spasmodic uses. It is able to relax many types of spasms. However, it is particularly more effective on nervous spasms. Hence, it can be a great help in the fight against epilepsy. The Calamus e.o. should still be used in mild doses.
Its stimulating properties extend to the oil being an anti-rheumatic. It gives relief to pain that is associated with many ailments. These include rheumatism, arthritis, and gout.
Note: Although remedial, people with major health ailments like cancer, or epilepsy should avoid use. Non—toxic, non—irritant, possible sensitization in some individuals. Not to be used while pregnant. Moderately toxic, use in small amounts, can cause skin irritation, can be a mucous membrane irritant.