ORALLY: 10-15 drops in ½ glass of water, on sugar or honey, 2-3 times daily. INHALATIONS: ½ - 1 tea spoon in a cup of hot water inhale the fumes, repeat 2-3 times daily. MOUTH RINSING: ½ tea spoon in ½ a glass of warm water, rinse and gargle up to 3-4 times daily. LOCAL TOPICAL USE: apply several drops directly on skin or with a cotton pad.
A perennial herbaceous plant in the mint family and native to south-central Europe. The leaves have a mild lemon scent. Used traditionally for relief of mild symptoms of mental stress and to aid sleep, as well as to soothe mild gastrointestinal complaints including bloating and flatulence. (Source: EMA/HMPC/196745/2012 Committee on Herbal Medicinal Products).
A species of flowering plant in the mint family Lamiaceae, native to southern Europe. Has been used since ancient times to achieve healing, help soothe chest congestion, and induce saliva. Used traditionally in extract form for its expectorant properties in cough associated with cold. (Source: EMA/HMPC/84990/2015 Corr. Committee on Herbal Medicinal Products).
A tree indigenous to India, Indonesia, and Sri Lanka. Widespread in Asia and the Carribean. Imported into Europe during the 12th century, by Arab merchants. Known to many folk medicine systems such as Ayurveda, Siddha or Unani, it has been used for multiple beneficial purposes and for its aphrodisiac and antimicrobial properties.