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Tansy Essential Oil Herb Uses, Benefits, Cures, Side Effects, Nutrients

Repertory
General Name
Tansy Essential Oil
English Name
Tansy Essential Oil

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Tansy Essential Oil Cures

 

Action of Tansy Essential Oil

Highly Effective

Nutrients in Tansy Essential Oil

Highly Effective

Parts Used

Whole Plant

Side Effects, Risk Factors of, and Cautions for Tansy Essential Oil

Excess dosage may be poisonous.
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Description

Tansy Essential Oil is extracted from the whole plant of Tansy.
It is made by steam distillation.
 

Origin

Common Names

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Materia Medica for Tansy Essential Oil

Tansy Essential Oil General

Tansy Essential Oil is processed from Tansy plant.
Although this oil is very poisonous in nature still it is used medicinally in a very very mild dose.
It possesses Antibacterial and Antifungal action. In very mild doses it inhibits the growth of bacteria and fungus. It protects from Bacterial and Fungal Infections.
It is effective in the case of Skin Inflammation.
It inhibits the effect of histamine production in Allergic reactions and Colds. It reduces the symptoms of Allergic reactions such as Runny Nose, Rashes, Sneezing, Itchy Eyes, and Headache.
The presence of Thujone and Camphor is Antiviral in nature. It provides the Immunity against Viral Diseases. It is also effective in the case of Fever.
Its Sedative action has a direct effect on the Nerves and the Brain. It provides stability in case of Anger, Anxiety, Depression, and Hysteria. Dilute it in a very high degree in boiling water and inhale its vapors.
Besides, it also stimulates the Endocrine glands and promotes the secretion of Enzymes and Hormones.
It also helps to expel Intestinal Worms.
Other uses include as an Insect Repellent.
Caution: It is a rich source of Thujone which is a toxic. It should be handled with extreme care and in small portions with a very high degree of dilution. Use under the supervision of a qualified aromatherapist practitioner.
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