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Verbena Superbena Burgundy and
Verbena canadensis Homestead Purple Verbena 'Pops Dark Violet'
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Verbena (Lemon, Vervain)

SKU: EO131
size: 6.00 W × 4.00 H × 3.00 L

Botanical Name: Lippia Citriodora. Also known as Lemon Verbena, Vervain.

Country of Origin: France

Method of Extraction: Steam Distilled Branches

Consistency: Medium - Thick

Aromatic Description: Warm, floral scent with some lemon and citrus notes

Perfumery Note: Base 

Aromatherapy Properties: (Uses) It is Anti spasmodic, Stimulant, Calmative and Stoma chic. It is useful in diseases of eye Blood, livers. It is used as a remedy for hysteria, hypochondria sis, nervous unrest and emotional stress. Also useful in clearing voice and acts as stimulant in advance stage of fever and nervous disorder. Indicated for stress, insomnia, depression, and nervous fatigue. Powerful anti-inflammatory; fever reducer. If inhaled, it is a powerful sedative. Has hormone like action on the thyroid and pancreas. Works on the digestive system, especially controlling stomach spasm and cramp, nausea, indigestion and flatulence. Stimulates the appetite. Recent pharmacological tests have proven this oil to be photo toxic and a strong skin sensitizer.

Blends well with: Basil Holy, Bergamot, Chamomile Blue, Geranium, Neroli, Rose Otto (Bulgarian), and Rosemary

Pure & Therapeutic Essential Oils: This oil is Therapeutic Grade. Commercial Grade essential oils are usually made of the left over plant materials after finishing the therapeutic distillation process. The commercial grade oils retain a robust fragrance suitable for soap making, candle making, as well as cosmetic manufacturing. Unfortunately, because of the reduced active therapeutic content, the commercial grade oils will not be suitable for aromatherapy or massage therapy applications. Silky Scents™ Essential Oils are all Pure and Therapeutic Grade, not Commercial Grade.

History: This deciduous shrub was introduced into England in 1784 and then was imported to France, reaching a height of 15 feet in the Isle of Wight and in sheltered localities. The leaves are very fragrant, lance late, arranged in threes, 3 to 4 inches long, with smooth margins, pale green in color, having parallel veins at right-angles to the mid-rib and flat bristles along the edges. The many small flowers are pale purple, blooming during August in slim, terminal panicles. The leaves, which have been suggested to replace tea, will retain their odor for years and are used in perfumery. They should be gathered at flowering time. 

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General Safety Information: Do not take any oils internally without consultation from a qualified aromatherapy practitioner. Do not apply undiluted essential oils, absolutes, CO2s or other concentrated essences onto the skin. If you are pregnant, epileptic, have liver damage, have cancer, or have any other medical problem, use oils only under the proper guidance of a qualified aromatherapy practitioner. Use extreme caution when using oils with children and give children only the gentlest oils at extremely low doses. It is safest to consult a qualified aromatherapy practitioner before using oils with children. A skin patch test should be conducted prior to using an oil that you've never used before.

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