10 Amazing Benefits Of Galbanum Essential Oil August 3, 2016

Are you embarrassed by those ugly acne scars? Did you know Galbanum essential oil can help detoxify your body and clear your scars as well? If you are wondering what galbanum essential oil is or what other benefits it has, consider reading the post.

What Is Galbanum Essential Oil?

Galbanum has been in use since the time of Romans and Ancient Greeks. As an additive for bath water, a skin balm and a perfume. The galbanum plants leaves are steam distilled to extract galbanum essential oil. Galbanum plants are indigenous to erstwhile Persia, now Iran (1).

1. Cicatrisant:

Galbanum essential oil is an effective cicatrisant, which means that it helps reduce scars. Applying a few drops of the essential oil can help quicken new cell and tissue development and reduce acne marks, pimples and pox marks on the skin. Galbanum essential oil helps revitalize your skin and makes it glow (2).

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2. Anti-Spasmodic:

Galbanum essential oil has anti-spasmodic properties. It helps treat muscular spasms and also helps reduce spasms in the intestinal tracts. Athletes should use galbanum essential oil, as it is especially good at treating muscle pulls and relieving cramps. Galbanum essential oil relaxes your nerves and muscles as well as eliminates spasms.

3. Detoxifier:

Consuming some galbanum essential oil can help remove toxins from the blood. Galbanum oil is an excellent remedy for acne, abscesses and boils, as it helps eliminate toxins from your blood. Moreover, galbanum oil helps stimulate hormone production, which affect sebum production and helps control acne, pimples and abscesses (3).

4. Circulatory:

The essential oil is good for your heart. It is an effective circulatory agent, and it promotes blood circulation and lymph node production in your body. The property makes it an excellent remedy for diseases like rheumatism, arthritis and improper blood circulation (4).

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5. Decongestant:

Galbanum essential oil also exhibits decongestant properties. It helps clear congestion and reduces cold and cough. It also helps soothe the symptoms of bronchitis by clearing the lungs, nostrils and respiratory tracts. If you suffer from a cold or bronchitis, consider sniffing some galbanum essential oil.

6. Emollient:

Emollient agents usually help your skin trap moisture and make it softer and shinier, the kind of skin every one desires. Emollients can also help rejuvenate aging skin, tighten and tone it. If you have stretch marks or otherwise dries and flaky skin, you should consider using some galbanum essential oil. It will keep your skin soft and so shiny.

7. Anti-Arthritic:

As an effective circulatory agent, stimulant and detoxifier, galbanum essential oil helps cure arthritis and rheumatism. It also improves blood circulation. These properties make it an effective cure for arthritic pain and rheumatic pain.

8. Anti Parasitic:

This oil helps keep parasites at bay and eliminates parasites in both humans and pets. Louse, fleas, beg-bugs and mosquitoes can lead to parasitic growth. If you want to treat your head lice naturally, add some galbanum essential oil to your bath or your shampoo.

9. Vulnerary:

Galbanum essential oil is an effective vulnerary, which means it helps cure wounds. Galbanum essential oil helps form a protective membrane against most infections. It is fiercely antimicrobial and inhibits any kind of bacterial or parasitic growth.

10. Insecticide:

Galbanum essential oil has a sweet smell, but the fragrance is intolerable to insects and the oil is frequently used to keep them at bay. If you use it in a vaporizer, it helps reduce insects like mosquitoes, cockroaches, flies, ants and others away. Galbanum essential oil helps kill certain insects as well, anything except cockroaches.

So, now that you know about the amazing galbanum essential oil uses, what are you waiting for? Place an order right away. Don’t forget to share your experience with us in the comment section below.

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  • Lorie Zettler

    Is Galbanum used straight from the bottle or put in a carrier oil – and what proportions?

    • http://www.stylecraze.com/ StyleCraze

      Hi Lorie, as with all essential oils, never use them undiluted, in eyes or mucus membranes. Do not take internally unless working with a qualified and expert practitioner. If applying this essential oil to your skin always perform a small patch test to an insensitive part of the body (after you have properly diluted the oil in an appropriate carrier. The essential oils of Carrot Seed, Geranium, Lavender, Spruce and Rose Otto form good blends with the essential oil of Galbanum.

  • http://www.stylecraze.com/ StyleCraze

    Glad to help you Lorie :-)