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Hyssop Essential Oil
Hyssop Essential OilHyssop Essential Oil

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Bulgarian

$9.50

Vissagenics produces some of the finest Bulgarian Hyssop Oil on the market.

 

Hyssop Essential Oil has been used for centuries as an antiseptic agent and much more (see 'Benefits' tab)

 

Bulgarian Hyssop is one of bestmedicinal plant and aromatic herb.

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Description

Hyssop, or Hyssopus officinalis, is a herbaceous plant of the genus Hyssopus, and it’s native to Southern Europe (Bulgaria), the Middle East and the region surrounding the Caspian Sea. Its name comes from the Hebrew word adobe or ezob, which literally means “holy herb.”  


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We have selected a boutique-quality oil batch from our production, for this offer. 


  • Highly potent and aromatic. 
  • 100% pure and natural. Undiluted. Non-GMO. Absolutely no additives. 
  • Exceptional for aromatherapy, cosmetic and therapeutic applications 
  • The only Hyssop Essential Oil you can buy FRESH from the Farm & Distillery to your door 
  • Country of Origin: Bulgaria
  • Method of production: Steam Distillation. ISO 9001:2008 
  • Produced with Visagenics proprietary Filtration Process for ultra-purity and potency 
  • GC-MS Tested for purity.
  • Ships from CA, USA. International Shipping available

Benefits

1. Helps Respiratory Conditions


Hyssop is antispasmodic, meaning it relieves spasms in the respiratory system and soothes coughs. It’s also an expectorant — it loosens phlegm that has been deposited in the respiratory tracts. This property helps heal infections from the common cold, and it helps treat respiratory conditions, such as serving as a bronchitis natural remedy.Coughing is a common reaction of the respiratory system trying to expel harmful microbes, dust or irritants, so hyssop’s antispasmodic and antiseptic properties make it a great natural treatment for coughs and other respiratory conditions. 


Hyssop can also work as a remedy for sore throats, making it a great tool for people who use their voices throughout the day, like teachers, singers and lecturers. The best way to soothe the throat and respiratory system is to drink hyssop tea or add a few drops of oil to your throat and chest. 


2. Fights Parasites


Hyssop has the ability to fight parasites, which are organisms that feed off the nutrients of other organisms. Some examples of parasites include tapeworm, fleas, hookworms and flukes. Because it’s a vermifuge, hyssop oil expels parasitic works, especially in the intestines. When a parasite lives in and feed on its host, it disrupts nutrient absorption and causes weakness and disease. If the parasite is living in the intestines, it disrupts the digestive and immune systems.Therefore, hyssop can be a key part of a parasite cleanse, as hyssop helps many systems in the body and ensures that your needed nutrients aren’t taken by these dangerous organisms. 


3. Fights Infections 


Hyssop prevents infections from developing in wounds and cuts. Because of its antiseptic properties, when it’s applied to an opening of the skin, it fights infection and kills bacteria. Hyssop also helps in healing deep cuts, scars, insect bites and even can be one of the great home remedies for acne. 


A study done at the Department of Virology, Hygiene Institute in Germany tested hyssop oil’s ability to fight genital herpes by testing plaque reduction. Genital herpes is a chronic, persistent infection that is spread efficiently and silently as a sexually transmitted disease. The study found that hyssop oil lowered plaque formation by more than 90 percent, proving that the oil interacted with the virus and serves as a therapeutic application for the treatment of herpes. 


4. Increases Circulation


An increase in blood flow or circulation in the body benefits the heart and the body’s muscles and arteries. Hyssop improves and promotes circulation because of its anti-rheumatic properties. 

By increasing circulation, hyssop can work as a natural remedy for gout, rheumatism, arthritis and swelling. Your heart rate lowers when your blood circulates properly, and then your heart muscles relax and your blood pressure flows evenly throughout the body, affecting every organ.So many people are looking for natural arthritis treatments because it can be a crippling condition. Osteoarthritis, the most common type of arthritis, occurs when cartilage between joints wears down, causing inflammation and pain. By increasing circulation, hyssop oil and tea inhibit swelling and inflammation, allowing the blood to flow through the body and relieve the pressure that builds up because of clogged arteries. 


Because of its ability to improve circulation, hyssop oil is also a home remedy and treatment for hemorrhoids, which are experienced by 75 percent of Americans at some point in their lives. Hemorrhoids are caused by an increase in pressure on the veins of the anus and rectum. The pressure on the veins causes swelling, pain and bleeding.


5. Relieves Muscle Pain and Spasms


Almost everybody has likely experienced discomfort in his or her muscles at some point. Because almost every part of the body has muscle tissue, this type of pain can be felt practically anywhere. 


A study done at the Department of Pharmacology of Natural Substances and General Physiology in Italy found that hyssop oil had muscle-relaxing activity when it was tested on guinea pig and rabbit intestines. The hyssop oil treatment inhibited contractions and reduced the amplitude of spontaneous movements. 


Hyssop oil’s antispasmotic properties can help treat muscle aches, cramps and charley horses naturally.In addition, hyssop oil helps the body rid itself of excessive salts, fluids, sodium and other toxic substances through urine. 


As a natural diuretic, hyssop oil may help to reduce inflammation, swelling and rheumatic pain. 


6. Supports Healthy Immune Response


Hyssop improves circulation and digestion, while it kills bacteria and parasites — all of these benefits boost the immune system to work properly. By decreasing inflammation and allowing blood to run through our organs, hyssop oil maintains the function of the entire body. 


One promising study done at the Department of Medicine, North Shore University Hospital in New York found that hyssop extracts contain caffeic acid, unidentified tannins and possibly a third class of unidentified higher molecular weight compounds that exhibit strong anti-HIV activity — thus, it may be useful in the treatment of patients with AIDS. 


7. Helps Digestion


Hyssop oil is a stimulant, so it increases the production of secretions, like bile, digestive enzymes and acid. These gastric juices are necessary in order to break down food as it makes its way to the stomach. We have digestive juices that contain enzymes in order to speed up the chemical reactions in the body and break down food into nutrients. 


By facilitating digestion, hyssop oil helps with the decomposition of complex proteins, carbohydrates and nutrients. Because the digestive system interacts with all other body systems, including the nervous, endocrine and immune systems, the role that hyssop plays as a stimulant is very beneficial. Hyssop oil can also be helpful with intestinal gas, indigestion and loss of appetite. 


8. Promotes Skin Health


Hyssop oil can work as a natural treatment for acne. Because hyssop oil is antiseptic, it can kill bacteria on the skin and fight infections. Research also demonstrates that hyssop essential oil exhibits bacteriostatic activity, which means it can stop bacteria from reproducing. 

directions

For aromatherapy, diffuse or inhale 3–5 drops of hyssop oil.When used topically to treat skin irritations, burns, bruising and frostbite, dilute 2–3 drops of hyssop with equal parts of a carrier oil (like Visagenics coconut or jojoba oil) before applying to skin. 


To heal scars and wounds, add 2–3 drops of hyssop oil with equal parts coconut or jojoba oil and apply the mixture to the specific area twice daily.Add 3–5 drops of hyssop oil to warm bath water to stimulate sweating and lower body temperature. 


To reduce fever, massage two drops of hyssop oil and a teaspoon of coconut oil into your feet.To clear clogged respiratory system, add 2–3 drops of hyssop oil to my Homemade Vapor Rub recipe. 


To treat a cough, add one drop of hyssop oil to a Cough Syrup. 


As a fragrance, hyssop oil can be added to soaps, lotions and body washes. 


To increase blood circulation and repair damaged heart cells, add 1–2 drops of hyssop oil to a healthy fresh-squeezed juice. 


Hyssop essential oil blends well with other essential oils such as geranium, lemon, clary sage, grapefruit, lavender, rosemary and orange.


POSSIBLE HYSSOP OIL SIDE EFFECTS AND PRECAUTIONS:


Hyssop is considered safe for most people in the amounts commonly found in foods and in medicinal amounts. 


It’s not safe to use hyssop during pregnancy because it might cause the uterus to contract or start menstruation, and these effects could lead to a miscarriage.It’s not known whether hyssop is safe to use during breastfeeding, so avoid using it or speak to your doctor first. 


Do not give hyssop to children; convulsions were reported in a child who took 2–3 drops of hyssop oil over several days. 


If you have a history of seizures, do not use hyssop because it may trigger seizures or make them worse. 


When using hyssop oil, do not exceed 30 drops a day because it’s a convulsant and may increase your risk of having a seizure. 


Hyssop is also known to increase blood pressure, which can be beneficial to people with low blood pressure, but problematic for people who are trying to lower their levels.

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