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3 drops of essential oil of Pistacia lentiscus, 30 drops of calophyllum plant oil. Apply the mixture by massaging the abdomen. Repeat morning and evening.
Apply 2 drops essential oil of Pistacia lentiscus diluted in 2 drops of carrier oil on the haemorrhoidal vein after each shower and each bowel movement.
Heavy legs, varicose veins
5 drops of essential oil of Pistacia lentiscus, 50 drops of calophyllum plant oil. Apply the mixture on the zone concerned. Repeat the application morning and evening.
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Precautions for use
Not to be used by pregnant or breast-feeding women, by children under 7 years of age, by people allergic to one of the components (limonene, linalool), by asthmatics without the advice of an allergist, for a long period of time by people suffering from functional renal insufficiency, by people suffering from epilepsy or with a history of convulsive disorders.
Pistacia lentiscus was used to cure all ailments or almost in the ancient pharmacopoeia. The Encyclopaedia states that its decoction "was celebrated as potable vegetable gold". It is an interesting panacea to cure gout, stomach weaknesses, relieve stubborn vomiting, dissipate winds, expel urine and firm loose teeth". The essential oil of Pistacia lentiscus is certainly multivalent, however its ambitions are much more limited. The Greeks still use it to perfume their ouzo. In the old days in Corsica, a "listincu" collar was put on dogs to preserve them from sickness and a branch was placed in barrels to disinfect them. This is the reason why bars in Ajaccio were identified to passers-by with a Pistacia lentiscus branch.
The properties, benefits and method of use are given for information; they cannot in any case constitute or replace medical information that only health professionals can provide. For any use of essential oils for therapeutic purposes, please consult your GP or pharmacist.