10ml Bottle: $25.00 Member - $36.00 Retail
Ravensara is one of the most versatile and indispensable essential oils. There is little that it can't do. Potent, yet safe and gentle.
The chemical composition of Ravensara is simple, and without any specific compound that makes its smell. Above all, its remarkable properties are even more astonishing. The odor of Ravensara is very characteristic, and combines the freshness of the 1.8 cineole with the gentle warmth of the alcohols and the dynamic energy of the eugenol.
Essential oil of Ravensara is a basic essence with outstanding properties and has the advantage of being completely nontoxic. Like True Lavender and Rosemary, Ravensara can be used for ailments which do not normally fall within its recommended usage and yet achieve great results.
Ravensara is an essential oil we would recommend as the most indispensable, as it is without a doubt the most versatile. If one were to have only one essential oil, Ravensara should be that oil. Whether used internally or externally, for serious complaints or benign problems, it acts as rapidly as it does effectively.
It has a particular affinity for pneumonia, and works especially well for small children who seem prone to recurring respiratory infections. Ravensara is an excellent antiviral agent, particularly for respiratory infections and colds or flu.
It is a nerve tonic and mental and physical stimulant; it revitalizes people suffering from physical and nervous fatigue. Inhale from a tissue or apply 1 to 2 drops to the soles of the feet.
BATH: Add 12 - 20 drops to warm bath for a stimulating, cooling bath.
DIFFUSION: Diffuse 5 drops, 20 minutes per hour throughout the day to create a stimulating environment that is beneficial for lung/throat congestion.
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Producing Organ: Young leafy twigs
Extraction: Steam distillation
Country of Origin: Madagascar
Properties: Antibiotic, antiseptic, antiviral, antibacterial, decongestant, expectorant, febrifuge, prophylactic, stimulant, vermifuge, vulnerary.