Cypress oil comprehensively supports overall well-being of the body, although it is primarily known for its relaxing properties. Its woody, resinous aroma helps to calm jangled nerves and brings a sense of harmony typical for a forest landscape. This oil also improves blood circulation, and has a beneficial effect on the digestive system, thus promoting proper metabolism.


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Cypress essential oil | Cupressus sempervirens

Traditional use: In ancient times, the cypress tree was considered a symbol of immortality, strength and protection from evil forces. In China, it was believed that eating the seeds of this tree could improve vitality and ensure longevity. The Romans, on the other hand, used its branches to express concern for the afterlife of their relatives. To this day, cypress continues to be used in natural medicine as a comprehensive health support. The essential oil of this tree is a valuable resource used in aromatherapy because of its antiseptic, anti-inflammatory and astringent properties. It is often used in acne and oily skin care as it improves blood circulation and also removes excess water from the body, allowing the skin to maintain its elasticity and healthy appearance. At the same time, cypress oil supports natural detoxification processes, since it acts as a diuretic and increases sweat secretion. In addition, it improves digestion, ensuring that metabolic processes run smoothly, and supports the liver, which has an important function in the context of neutralizing harmful substances. Its distinct, slightly spicy fragrance introduces an atmosphere that promotes relaxation, supports a good mood and helps to relax muscular tensions. This oil is perfect for meditation, as it relieves anxiety and facilitates a state of deep relaxation.

Occurrence: Mediterranean cypress (Cupressus sempervirens) is a species of coniferous tree from the cypress family (Cupressaceae) that grows up to 30 m in height. The crown of the cypress is narrow and slender with closely clinging, large needles. In turn, its bark is grayish-brown in color and slightly cracked. The flowering period of this plant is in March. It can be found naturally in the Mediterranean Basin, as well as in Iran and other Middle East countries. Cypress is most popular in France, Spain and Morocco.

Biochemistry: Among the compounds that are responsible for the unique aroma of cypress oil, the most significant are monoterpene hydrocarbons, including alpha-pinene and 3-carene. In addition, the main components of this oil include limonene, cedrol, myrcene and alpha-terpinolene.

Our oil is produced in the process of steam distillation from the leaves and branches of cypress trees collected in the mountainous areas of Spain. Thanks to that, each drop contains an optimal concentration of active ingredients and a bouquet of aromas unique to this plant.

Fun fact: The wood of the Mediterranean cypress is highly resistant to decay. For this reason, in ancient times it was often used to make statues in honor of the gods.

How does Cypress essential oil | Cupressus sempervirenswork?

Relieves nervous tension: Aromatherapy or massage with cypress essential oil can bring benefits to those struggling with chronic stress and anxiety disorders. This is because the oil relieves perceived anxiety, soothes negative emotions and helps improve mood. It makes it easier to calm down and relax, which can counteract insomnia. In addition, it has a relaxing effect on muscles, providing relief from pains associated with their excessive tension, the common result of stress.

Supports detoxification: The active compounds present in cypress oil benefit the condition of the liver – an organ crucial to protecting the body from toxins. They also stimulate the secretion of sweat and urination. This promotes kidney cleansing, as well as the removal of unnecessary and toxic metabolic products from the body. The effect of cypress oil on the liver also results in lowering blood cholesterol levels. In addition, the active substances present in this oil help neutralize free radicals, protecting delicate cell structures from harmful effects.

Supports digestion: Cypress essential oil has a relaxing effect on smooth muscles, including those of the stomach and intestinal walls. It prevents their abnormal contractions, which impede the proper digestion of food. In addition, it stimulates the secretion of bile from the liver, which is necessary for the digestion of fats. Naturotherapy experts also believe that this oil is beneficial for digestive ailments, such as diarrhea. And because it has astringent and antimicrobial properties, it helps to protect the digestive tract from infections.

Improves overall health: Among the many health-promoting properties of cypress oil, its effect on the cardiovascular system is particularly noteworthy. The active compounds present in this oil regulate the tension of blood vessels. Thus, they stimulate blood circulation, especially within the capillaries. This prevents blood stasis and the formation of varicose veins. Importantly, thanks to the ability of the oil to remove excess water from the body and its astringent effect, it helps to get rid of cellulite, but also improves the appearance of the skin. In addition, cypress oil has a beneficial influence on the respiratory system. It improves the capacity of the lungs and makes breathing easier, which can be useful especially in case of infections.

Cypress essential oil | Cupressus sempervirens product specification

  • natural essential oil
  • 100% extract from the leaves and branches of Cupressus sempervirens tree
  • glass bottle with a dropper containing 10 ml / 30 ml / 50 ml /100 ml / 2×100 ml of oil (depending on a chosen variation)
  • seal ring on a bottle
  • netto weight: 10 g / 30 g / 50 g / 100 g / 2×100 g (depending on a chosen variation)
  • aromatherapy
  • neuroregulation
  • natural medicine
  • cosmetics, perfumes
  • ingredient admitted to trading in the EU and the US

How to use Cypress essential oil | Cupressus sempervirens?

  • add 4-6 drops to hot water and spread it evenly
  • add 3-4 drops to the carrier oil
  • add 2-4 drops to hot water
  • add 4-6 drops to an aromatherapy diffuser
  • adjust the quantity to reach the desired aroma note
  • use accordingly to the procedure

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