Information:

Gaultheria fragrantissima or better known as Wintergreen is an evergreen, semi-shady plant with white and aromatic colors. The fruits are red in color, in strawberry form and are not edible to man but have a pleasant aroma. It grows in the moderately warm and tropical areas of the tropics. Typical for Asia, North and South America and Australia. Wintergreen is closely related to aspirin. The oil is extracted from the leaves of Gaultheria procumbens by steam distillation.

 

Properties:

Therapeutic properties:

Anti-inflammatory, antiseptic, astringent, soothes the digestive system.

Precautions:

Sensitivity to aspirin is not recommended. The possible sensitivity of the skin. Consult a physician before use. It is not recommended to use it during pregnancy or if you are ill.

 

Uses:

Gout, rheumatism – applied locally, diluted with base oil on the affected area to relieve discomfort.
Arthritis – applied locally, diluted with base oil to reduce pain.
Neuralgia, perceptions – applied locally, diluted with base oil to ease the perception.
Shiplets – applied topically, diluted with base oil on the affected area.
Cartilage damage – applied topically, diluted with base oil to reduce inflammation.
Sore shoulders – applied topically, diluted with base oil to reduce pain and inflammation
Dandruff – add 1-2 drops to the shampoo and apply topically to the scalp.
Dermatitis – applied topically, diluted with base oil to reduce irritation in the affected area.
Bladder inflammation – administered topically, diluted with base oil when needed to relieve symptoms.
Emotional Balance – Used aromatically or locally to change the state of being extremely stubborn in perception.

 

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