No.77 Special Oil EWD
It has anti-inflammatory, antibacterial, healing effects. Prevents the development of skin infections, relieves signs of inflammation and itching. Moisturizes the skin, combats dryness and a feeling of tightness of the skin.
Directions for use
- Dermatitis (including atopic dermatitis, neurodermatitis, pruritic dermatoses)
- Diaper rash
- Piper betle Linn. ,
- Clinacanthus nutans (Burm.f.),
- Acanthus ilicifolius Lour.,
- Rhinacanthus nasutus (L.) Kurz,
- Garcinia mangostana L.,
- Borneol camphor, (Dryobalanops aromatica)
Piper betle Linn. (Betel pepper) - evergreens, creepers 15-20 m long, with woody shoots. Grows in tropical rainforests in East Malaysia, Sri Lanka, India, Indonesia, the Philippines and East Africa. Studies have shown antibacterial, antitumor, antioxidant, hepatoprotective, aggregation properties against platelets, proapoptotic, antidiabetic, anthelmintic, antitumor, neuroprotective, antihistamines, insecticidal, antihyperglycemic, neuroprotective properties. It is used to treat cough, bronchial asthma, sputum, rheumatism, relieve swelling and itching, and treat skin diseases (eczema, psoriasis, etc.).
Clinacanthus nutans (Burm.f.) ( Snake grass) is a tropical plant in the Acanthus family. Distributed in southern China, in Indochina. Cultivated in Thailand, Vietnam, Java. Clinacanthus is used to get rid of various skin diseases: inflammatory processes, allergic manifestations, eczema, herpes zoster, psoriasis. The plant is also known as a medicine against snake venom. It is used for bites of poisonous snakes, insects, burns of poisonous plants. The mechanism of the antitoxic effect of the plant is believed to be associated with the prevention of cell lysis. Clinacanthus is used for allergic reactions, urticaria. In China, the plant is used to treat inflammatory diseases, hematomas, muscle and ligament sprains, injuries, and rheumatism.
Acanthus ilicifolius Lour. - shrub from 50 to 200 cm with barely branched stems. Distributed in India, Australia, Sri Lanka. The plant is used for acute and chronic hepatitis, edema, enlarged liver and spleen, edema and enlarged lymph nodes, gastralgia, asthma, rheumatism, neuralgia. Young leaves are used as an antidote to snake venom. Also, the plant has a wound healing effect.
Rhinacanthus nasutus (L.) Kurz (Acanthaceae) is a shrub widely distributed in South China and India.This plant, with the scientific name Rhinacanthus nasutus, is more commonly known as snake jasmine. It typically grows in tropical, humid climates and is technically a shrub. The value of this plant outside of that country lies in its unique chemical composition and high antioxidant content, making it a valuable asset for herbal treatments and alternative medicine. The plant is used in traditional medicine, where it is particularly valued for its beneficial effect upon a range of skin conditions.The most important health benefits of Rhinacanthus nasutus include its ability to prevent neurodegenerative diseases, treat skin conditions, lower blood pressure, lessen allergy severity, prevent diabetes, lower inflammation, and boost the immune system. It also has anticancer potential.One of the most valuable and impressive health benefits of Rhinacanthus nasutus is its proven impact on neurodegenerative diseases, such as dementia and Parkinson’s disease. The mixture of antioxidants in Rhinacanthus nasutus is able to clear out some of the plaque and stimulate new neural pathways to be formed, slowing the progression of these diseases or stopping it altogether.The leaves and stem of Rhinacanthus nasutus have both been used to treat various skin diseases, and are regularly used to lessen the severity and irritation of psoriasis and eczema. Furthermore, the decoction of the roots has a slightly different chemical makeup and is used in ringworm and other fungal infections of the skin. The antioxidant mixture also has a positive effect on the appearance of the skin, lessening scars and age marks, as well as scars from acne and injuries. The use of Rhinacanthus nasutus is with regulated blood sugar levels, making this a potential preventative treatment for diabetes. High blood pressure is a major problem, but substances like rhinacanthus A and B have been linked directly to protecting the heart, reducing blood pressure, and generally lowering the strain on the cardiovascular system. This can impact many other possible dangers, such as atherosclerosis, heart attacks, and strokes. One of the lesser known benefits of Rhinacanthus nasutus is its role in decreasing allergic responses in the body. By inhibiting certain histamines from being released in the body, Rhinacanthus nasutus can reduce the severity of allergic reactions.
Garcinia mangostana L. (Mangosteen) is a small evergreen fruit tree that has a pyramidal crown. It is slow-growing, reaching up to 25 m in height and up to 37cm bole diameter. It is commonly found in East Asia. The fruits of mangosteen are edible and known to be one of the tastiest fruits in the market. It is juicy and aromatic with a sweet, delicate flavor. Though widely recognized for its fruits, mangosteen also has medicinal properties. Traditional medicine uses mangosteen to treat tuberculosis, osteoarthritis, menstrual disorders, cancer, dysentery, infections of the urinary tract and skin infections. Research shows this herb to possess anti-tumor, anti-inflammatory, antioxidant, anti-viral and anti-bacterial activity. Aside from the previously mentioned benefits, mangosteen has also been beneficial for treating these following ailments: maintaining blood pressure, repairing damaged cells, preventing acne, supporting heart health, improving oral health,supporting weight loss,reducing inflammation. Externally, it can be used for eczema and other skin conditions.
The medicine should be protected from direct sunlight and stored at temperature between 15 and 30 degrees Celsius.
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