1 to 3sprays per day into the back of the mouth, keep your mouth closed for a few minutes before swallowing.
Food supplements should be used as part of a healthy lifestyle and should not be used as a substitute for a varied and balanced diet. Do not exceed the recommended daily dose. Keep out of reach of children. Do not use during pregnancy or breastfeeding.
Store cool, dry and away from light.
A bit of history
Melaleuca cajuputi is a tree in the family Myrtaceae, native to Southeast Asia and northern Australia.
The melaleuca cajuputi tree is cultivated as far away as China for medicinal use. Its essential oil is part of the composition of TigerBalm known by everyone. Mr. Planchon, French botanist of the seventeenth century, reports that in the Far East, a drop of Cajeput essential oil is poured into tea in case of nervousness or rheumatic pain. Dr. Jean Valnet, in the twentieth century, allocates to the essential oil of Cajeput an antimicrobial action with a broad spectrum, at the pulmonary, intestinal and urinary level. It also attributes antispasmodic and deworming properties.
The different uses of essential oils
The essential oil of Tea tree, which flourished more than a century ago in Australia, his native land, is the great oil of infectious states.
Mentha piperata essential oil is also found in France, India, the United States, it is often used in case of colds, stuffy nose, bronchitis, cough or any other respiratory infections, thanks to its cineole and alpha-terpineol content.
It would help fight winter viruses, clear the bronchi and release congestion from the respiratory tract.
It is also an oil that would help alleviate the pain related to herpes or shingles while fighting the virus.
Cajeput essential oil is known for these properties: Antiseptic, antibacterial, antiviral, expectorant, analgesic in local use. It is also used in case of bad breath and sore throat. Anti-infectious, it helps inhibit bacteria and microorganisms that cause harm to the health of the individual.
Originally from Europe, oregano has been exported to the Middle East. It is known and recognized by the peoples of antiquity for its pronounced taste and also its medicinal virtues. The essential oil origanum vulgare is used as a broad-spectrum anti-infective. Its action is that of a natural eubiotic: that is to say, it destroys harmful germs while protecting saprophytic bacteria from the intestinal flora, which ensures our immunity.
Ravintsara Essential Oil (Cinnamomum camphora CT cineole). Is an antiseptic in the direction of the respiratory tract, in diffusion, it allows to unclog the nose, in friction, it clears the congested bronchi.
When applied to the arch of the foot, it protects against infections by stimulating the immune system.
In summary, the essential oil of Ravintsara participates in the needs during the winter.
Thyme (Thymus vulgaris) or farigoule grows in arid areas, dry and rocky soils of the Mediterranean basin where it grows in the wild.
Thymus vulgaris essential oil is known for its antispasmodic, (vasodilator in external application), anti-infectious, antimicrobial, antiviral, fungicidal, parasiticidal, antiseptic, fortifying, analgesic, and appetite-regulating properties.
It is also expectorant, astringent, antitussive, deworming, tonic and psychic neurotonic, immunostimulating and rebalancing.
More generally, thyme essential oil is often used, for its benefits during cold snaps and respiratory infections (bronchitis, otitis, rhinitis, flu, sinusitis, colds ...).
The organic sunflower oil in the formula is used as a diluent allowing a prolonged action in the mouth.