Calamus e.o. – 30 ml
Botanical Name: Acorus Calamus.
The scent of the Calamus e.o. (essential oil) is bitter and tangy. However, it also smells a bit pungent.
The oil is universally used as an herbal medicine. The herb is attributed with shamanic qualities. It was widely used in Native American folk medicine.
In Ayurveda, Calamus is considered as an aromatic. The bitter tonic can stimulate the appetite. It can also aid digestion. Also, it can be a nervine sedative.
The Calamus e.o. has other uses. It can be:
- a spasmotlytic.
- a carminative.
- a sedative.
- a stimulant.
- an aromatic.
- an expectorant.
It is also a powerful antispasmodic.
As an expectorant, the Calamus e.o. can aid in clearing out the passage of air in our bodies. It can be helpful int treating coughs.
As an infusion, the essential oil can be used in aromatherapy. When used this way, it can become a tonic and a stomachic. It can also be a anti-periodic through aromatherapy.
The oil is also helpful against:
- colic pain.
The Calamus oil can also aid in the treatment of fever and flatulence. It can even assist against epilepsy.
The herb can be made into teas. It can also be added to smoking blends.
The essential oil can also be used as an anti-rheumatic. It can stimulate the nerves for better blood circulation. It increases blood circulation in the affected area. This gives a relief in pain associated with rheumatism and arthritis.
The oil can also act as an antibiotic as it does not allow biotic growth.
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.