Plant family: Laurel family, (Lauraceae) Litsea cubeba grows as a shrub – small tree, gets 8 to 10 meters high and is not an evergreen. He is at home in East and South Asia. Called May Chang in China, Litsea is found at altitudes of 300 to 3200 meters. The leaves and flowers smell like lemongrass.
50kg fruits = 1ltr. essential oil
In Chinese medicine, the oil is used for heart problems under the name: “May Dang”
This oil is an inexpensive substitute for the expensive lemon balm and verbena oils as well Called “Little Man’s Verbena”.
TIP: Fragrance lamp
This oil cleans the air in publicly accessible rooms, but also in the kitchen and bathroom.
Ingredients: 7 drops of Litsea and 3 drops of eucalyptus
This mixture is recommended for mental exhaustion and lack of concentration:
Ingredients: 4 drops of Litsea and 4 drops of lime
A pleasantly spicy mixture of scents that is also effective for coughing.
Ingredients: 1 drop of Litsea and 1 drop of eucalyptus in 1 ladle of water
Before internal use, please consult specialist books, doctor or aromatherapist
Caution: Litsea oil irritates the skin and is very aggressive, especially when used undiluted. Strongly irritating to the skin! Attacks plastic! Do not use in glaucoma (glaucoma).
The effect on the soul is: Relaxed, activating, calming, mood-enhancing, antidepressant. Helps with depressed mood, mental exhaustion, lack of concentration. Is good for freshening the air in offices and hotel rooms-around
The effect physically: Antispasmodic, anti-virus, strong anti-inflammatory, stimulates blood circulation, strengthens the immune system. Helps with: asthma, high blood pressure, coronary artery disease, cardiac arrhythmia, muscle and connective tissue weakness
Ingredients: Litsea Cubeba Fruit Oil, Citral **, Geraniol **, Limonene **, Linalool **
** natural components of essential oil