Nard - Nardostachys jatamansi - Organic
Aromatic molecules : Calarene, aristolene
Distilled organ : root
Without any doubt, the nard is one of the most ancient oriental perfumes which has been mentioned in the texts of the Gospels.
This plant, Nardostachys jatamansi, which grows in the mountains of the Himalaya (India, Nepal, Tibet) belongs to the family of the Valerians.
It's a component known by the traditional ayurvedic medicine, used among other things, to make hair grow again and to treat epilepsy or hysteria.
Its essential oil develops a woodlike, musky, spicy and humouslike smell.
Traditionally known for its properties :
• stoothing respiration and cardiac disorders
• stimulates hair growth
Special precautions :
- Keep out of reach of young children.
- Unless medical or pharmaceutical advice, not to use during the pregnancy and breast feeding and in the child of less than 3 years.
- Keep out of heat and light.
Internal : in case of olfactory troubles (anosmy), take 1 drop of CTEO of nard and 1 drop of CTEO of origan in some honey or on a lump of cane sugar twice a day.
External : for psoriais: make a mixture of 1 drop of CTEO of nard and 1 drop of CTEO of cedar of the Atlas, 1 drop of CTEO of camomile nobilis in 10 drops of rosehip oil.
This information is given to informative title, they would know how to constitute on no account a medical information, or engage our responsibility. For any usage of Plants in a therapeutic purpose, consult a doctor or an aromatherapist.
Do not exceed the indicated dose.
The food complements do not replace a well-balanced food.
Hold out of reach children.
Avoid the contact with eyes and mucous membranes.
Packaging: 5 ml