Ravensara aromatica (O)

Ravensara aromatica (O)
Botanical Name: Ravensara aromatica
Family: Lauraceae
Country of Origin: Madagascar
Method of Cultivation: Organic
Method of Extraction: Steam Distilled
Plant Material Used: leaves

CAS Number: 91770-56-8
Flash Point: 50 degrees C


Appearance: Clear, colorless to pale yellow/green, mobile liquid
Synonym: Ravensara aromatica Leaf Oil

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Ravensara aromatica should not to be confused with Ravintsara (Cinnamomum camphora) Family: Lauraceae.

Ravensara aromatica vs :: Ravintsara - Cinnamomum campora leaves

Odor Intensity: Medium
Evaporation Rate: Top Note

Properties: Antiseptic, Anti-viral, antibacterial, expectorant, anti-infection

Traditional Uses:

  • extremely well tolerated either by inhalation or applied topically.

  • due to its strong antiviral action makes it the oils of choice for the treatment of influenza.

  • excellent antiviral properties usage when treating the flu.

  • As suggested by Phillipe Mailhebiau dilute in any carrier oil with Eucalyptus radiata and use as a massage rub if exhibiting flu like symptoms

  • at the first sign of chills, fever, shivers or tiredness.

  • blended with Calophyllum as one of the best treatment for shingles.

  • as suggested by Dr. Vivian Lunny for treatment of Chronic Fatigue Syndrome blend with Neroli and Myrtle.

  • blended with Peppermint and Bay Laurel for people who no longer enjoy life.

Cautions & Contra indications: 

Ravensara oil is non toxic, non irritant and non sensitizing.

External use ONLY.

Do NOT use undiluted on the skin.

Keep away from children & pets.

Store away from heat & light.

Ref:
Salvatore Battaglia - Complete Guide to Aromatherapy

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