Saro (Mandravasarotra) Essential Oil
Benefits & How To Use
Saro (Mandravasarotra) Cinnamosma fragrans (2689 – 5ml)
Saro is is an immunostimulant with superb anti-bacterial effects but without containing phenols. Use it as an inhalation oil, and as a support for all kinds of infections, including the skin, urinary tract, and digestion. The plant, which comes from Madagascar, is traditionally used against ‘evil spirits’ and may be used against the ‘evil spirit’ of today: burnout, fatigue and overwork. The scent is fresh and camphoraceous with a floral sweetness.
Saro is a bit Ravintsara-like in its anti-infectious property. In ayurvedic terms it purifies prana and udana, and you can use if for voice problems with Frankincense. Blend Saro with Plai, Kunzea or Fragonia.
This is a pure therapeutic-quality aromatherapy essential oil from Madagascar, and is obtained from the leaves.
About Saro (Mandravasarotra)
- Botanical name: Cinnamosma fragrans
- Plant family: Canellaceae
- Production: Distilled
- Cultivation: Conventional cultivation (unaltered & analysed)
- Country of origin: Madagascar
- Part of plant: Leaves
- Major compounds: 1,8-Cineol, alpha- & beta-Pinene, Limonene, Sabinene, alpha-Terpineol, Terpinene-4-ol
- Item no: 2689
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