Echinacea Carrier Oil

£11.91 £98.54

May help maintain a healthy immune system

This popular therapeutic plant is macerated in sunflower to produce a beneficial carrier oil that can be used on its own or mixed with other carriers and essential oils.

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Description

Echinacea | Latin Name: Echinacea purpura| Family: Asteraceae | Extraction: Maceration | Plant Part: Plant & Flowers

A quite dark yellow to a golden mobile carrier oil, a popular therapeutic plant is macerated in sunflower to produce a beneficial carrier oil that can be used on its own or mixed with other carriers and essential oils.

Part of the daisy and sunflower family this plant has 10 different species, with this one being commonly called purple coneflower. You can find this flower being commonly grown in Europe,  however, it is native to Eastern North America. The flowers of this plant much like Comfrey have male and female organs in each flower.

Properties

Echinacea Oil is supportive and may help maintain a healthy immune system. It is a very popular therapeutic plant and is macerated in sunflower to produce a beneficial carrier oil that can be used on its own or mixed with other carriers and essential oils.

Echinacea has been shown to stimulate natural interferon production and greatly enhances the immune system, and therefore the resistance to many common bacteria and viruses (especially coughs, colds and influenza).

Echinacea can also be used to help heal wounds, particularly leg ulcers and bedsores if used immediately after cleansing the wound.

Method of Use

15 drops of Essential Oil to every 50mls off Carrier Oil or Base Product.


Massage Blend for Colds


25ml of Echinacea Carrier Oil
25ml of Sunflower Carrier Oil

6 Drops Basil Essential Oil
4 Drops Juniper Essential Oil
5 Drops Silver Fir Essential Oil


Apply a small amount to the area needed and rub into the chest and neck area, use daily or frequently.

Take your Carrier Oils and mix together for a 50ml blend. Then add in your Essential Oils one by one and mix well. Apply a small amount around the desired area.

Herbal Tradition & Folklaw

In indigenous medicine of Native American Indians, the plant was used externally for wounds, burns, and insect bites. The chewing of the roots for toothache and throat infections and the internal application was used for pain, coughs and stomach cramps.

Safety Data & MSDS

Non-hazardous, normal washing with soap and water to remove.

Echinacea Carrier Oil MSDS

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