Parsley Seed Essential Oil

Paragon Alternative’s essential oils are selected and approved by  Sajid Ali, D.N.M. They are the purest and best essential oils available.

 

Parsley Seed Essential Oil Origin and Extraction

Parsley Seed Oil (or Parsley Oil) can be taken from the parsley plant’s seeds, roots and leaves, often using a process of steam distillation. The seeds contain the most oil.  Parsley is a biennial herb that originated in the Mediterranean area. It is now widely cultivated in gardens everywhere.

Parsley Seed Essential Oil Indications/Uses  

Parsley Seed Essential Oil is helpful with conditions such as rheumatism, arthritis, digestive problems and infections.

Parsley Seed Oil is both antimicrobial and antiseptic. It can help prevent and heal diseases and conditions caused by microbes. As an antiseptic, it helps prevent infections including the life threatening sepsis infection.

 Its astringent qualities mean it causes the blood vessels, muscles and tissues to constrict. This in turn aids the body to stop hemorrhaging from a wound, helps prevent loose teeth and resulting loss of teeth, and helps prevent hair loss. It also provides an overall feeling of firmness and tightness to the body.

Having carminative properties, Parsley Seed Essential Oil can help reduce the production of intestinal gas, and by encouraging abdominal muscles to relax, it helps existing gas move downwards rather than upwards.

An effective detoxifier, this essential oil helps move toxins and unwanted products through the body via the urine. This helps protect against diseases such as boils, gout, rheumatism, arthritis and others. Also a diuretic, Parsley Seed Oil supports the production and quality of urine.

Parsley Seed Oil also purifies the blood, promotes and regulates menstrual flow, reduces menstrual symptoms, reduces fever, lowers blood pressure, stimulates digestion and helps clear the bowels.

Parsley Seed Essential Oil Contra Indications

Use Parsley Seed Oil under the guidance of a qualified medical professional. Ingesting this oil can have a hepatotoxic reaction, causing severe liver damage. Individuals with liver disease are advised to avoid this product.

Parsley Seed Essential Oil is strong. It must be diluted before applying to skin or burns may result. Test first for allergic reactions.

At high dosages, symptoms such as sudden drop in blood pressure, loss of hearing and low pulse rate may occur.  Seek medical attention immediately if this happens.

Pregnant women and nursing women should avoid using this oil as it can induce abortion. Do not use the oil with young children.

Essential Oils are natural, contracted oils that have the fragrance of the plant from which they originated. Most typically, the oils are extracted from the plant through distillation. In many cases, the distillation process involves the use of steam.  As steam passes through the plant’s stems, seeds, flowers or leaves, it assists in vaporizing the volatile compounds.

While essential oils have various uses, they have a long documented history of medicinal value. Essential Oils can support overall health, act as a treatment or remedy for various medical or psychological conditions or help prevent infections and illness.

Essential Oils should not be used on animals as they can have adverse effects.

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Our philosophy and approach is to facilitate health by balancing and restoring the body’s systems to optimal well-being. Hence, rather than treating symptoms or diseases, we aim to reduce and remove blockages to overall health.

Sources

Wikipedia

http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Essential_oil

Organic Facts

https://www.organicfacts.net/health-benefits/essential-oils/health-benefits-of-parsley-essential-oil.html

WebMD

http://www.webmd.com/vitamins-supplements/ingredientmono-792-parsley.aspx?activeingredientid=792&activeingredientname=parsley

Mercola.com

http://articles.mercola.com/herbal-oils/parsley-oil.aspx