USES & BENEFITS
- Arthritis & rheumatism
HOW TO USE
- Add to soaps, bath oils etc. to create waht is often identified as a more 'masculine' fragrance
- For cystitis, mix an oil containing 30 ml (2 tbsp) almond oil, 2 drops wheatgerm, and 15 drops parsley and massage on the tummy, sacrum area and top of the hands. (Aromatherapy Bible Recipe)
- Add 3 to 4 drops of Parsley seed essential oil to your bath water to help treat rheumatism and urinary problems.
- Blend 3 to 4 drops of Parsley seed essential oil with a carrier oil (sesame oil works well) to ‘make your own’ pain relieving massage oil.
- Make your own skin toner by blending 2 drops of parsley oil with 5 drops of tea tree oil and 1 cup of natural apple cider vinegar. This will help to keep your skin blemish-free.
Steam distilled from the seeds
BLENDS WELL WITH
Can irritate sensitive skin. Spot test first and always dilute with a carrier oil.
Avoid during pregnancy.
Use in moderation.
Do not ingest the essential oil, external use only.
This 100% natural, aromatherapy grade essential oil is packaged in an amber glass bottle. Always store away from direct sunlight and heat to preserve its therapeutic properties.
Lawless, The Encyclopaedia of Essential Oils
Ryman, Aromatherapy Bible