The Linaloebaum grows in Central and South America, especially in Mexico. Linaloe is often used instead of rosewood and is an ecologically viable alternative because the rosewood tree is threatened with extinction. Renowned suppliers of essential oil lead rosewood oil no longer in their range and offer for Linaloeholz of which has a similar composition.
The essential oil Linaloe
The Linaloe is also known under the name “Bursera delpechiana”. Linaloe has a certain similarity to bergamot mint and lavender, these three oils also blend beautifully with each other. The essential oil Linaloe example, is used for cooling as well as in calming, soothing mixtures. It’s emotionally uplifting and reassuring at the same time and well in support of sleep. Linaloe has a strong antispasmodic effect, especially when the pain from an injury or muscle soreness comes. In addition, this essential oil has a strong anti-inflammatory effect.
Characteristics of the essential oil Linaloe:
- Group: Burseaceae (burseraceae)
- Contained chemical substances: for example, esters, Monoterpenols
- Parts of the plant: Ripe fruits / berries
- Smell: floral, fresh, sweet
- Note: Herznote
The essential oil Linaloe is an effective remedy for respiratory allergies to calm the inflammation or to calm down a bit to sneezing. Even with infections can use this oil well. For example, if infections of the sinuses are present, it blends well with Saro and tea tree oil.
Linaloe can be used for both physical as well as psychological purposes. These properties are particularly well known:
- Therapeutic effects:
- Linaloe has an anti-infective.
- It has antidepressant properties, helping to prevent depression or alleviate existing depression.
- The essential oil has anti-inflammatory and so also alleviates existing inflammation and promotes cooling.