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Health Benefits Of Oakmoss Essential Oil

The oakmoss essential oil has many health benefits, which are attributed to its properties as restorative, expectorant, demulcent and antiseptic properties. Oakmoss is a kind of moss or lichen that grows on the branches of Oak trees. Oak is distributed all over North America and Europe and so is oakmoss. It is known that most European nations collect this moss, but the essential oil from this moss is extracted mainly in France, which is the biggest producer of oakmoss essential oil.

Also, there are other nations that produce oakmoss essential oil, such as the USA and Bulgaria. Evernia prunastri is the scientific name of oakmoss. This essential oil is extracted first by the solvent extraction method, which first yields a concrete, and then, it is completed by a vacuum distillation method. The evernic acid, delta usnic acid, chloratronine, and atranorine are the main components of the oakmoss essential oil.

The oakmoss essential oil can cause irritation and sensitization in the skin and the numerous membranes. Pregnant women and people who suffer from neurotic or nervous disorders, like hysteria and epilepsy should avoid this essential oil. The oakmoss essential oil blends well with the patchouli, neroli, lavender, geranium, and cypress essential oils. Here are some health benefits of oakmoss essential oil:

Oakmoss Essential Oil
Benefits of Oakmoss Essential Oil

Restores complete health

The restorative agent is used for substances that restore something back to its initial or original condition. The oakmoss essential oil is a restorative agent. It can diminish the damage done by aging and other daily wear and tears taking place in the body by speeding the healing process and restoring them back to their healthy state. The oakmoss essential oil restores complete health, as well as the immune system. Also, it was found that oakmoss essential oil has anticancer, antioxidant, and antibacterial properties, which are making it more beneficial.

Clears respiratory tract

The oakmoss essential oil can help to loosen the hard phlegm or catarrh accumulations in many parts of the respiratory system, such as the lungs, pharynx, larynx, trachea, and bronchi. Also, it removes them from the body. This process is known as expectoration. This process will give you immediate relief from coughs, asthma attacks, breathing troubles, and congestion in the chest. The oakmoss essential oil is an expectorant agent, so it will pull out phlegm and catarrh and it will give you relief from the associated symptoms. But, the oakmoss essential oil will not make you sleepy like most expectorants found on the market.

Prevents sepsis

Sepsis is a condition that is caused by infections from microbes, predominantly bacteria. Fungi, viruses, and protozoa can join the place already weakened with the infection and this can make the condition worse. In most cases, sepsis happens to wounds, but it is not restricted to it. Also, it can affect the soft and vulnerable internal organs, such as kidneys, urinary tracts, urethra, colon, inner ear, food pipe, and even the nerves. The oakmoss essential oil has antiseptic properties.

It will not give you a burning sensation like the dreaded tincture and it is a sweet-smelling natural substance. Also, it can protect you from sepsis by creating conditions in the body that are unfavorable for microbial growth and eliminating the microbes that are already present in the body or on the wounds. Also, there were some studies in which are shown that oakmoss essential oil is one of the most effective antiseptic agents.

Acts as a demulcent

The oakmoss essential oil is soothing for any type of irritation or inflammation. It is soothing for your skin and it can keep it smooth and soft by maintaining the moisture and oil balance to your skin. Also, it has a soothing effect on the digestive system and it will give you relief from wounds, scratches, and irritations in the intestines, stomach, and esophagus that are often caused by highly spicy food, acidity, or the indigestion of some irritating or poisonous material.

Elene Jordanova
Elene Jordanova
Elena Jordanova is a medical researcher from Macedonia with specialization in Internal Medicine

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