|Ho Leaf Essential Oil facts and benefits Quick Facts|
|Name:||Ho Leaf Essential Oil facts and benefits|
|Origin||Native to China, Japan and Formosa|
|Health benefits||Relieve fatigue, Lower pain, Treat cough, Promotes sleep, Calm nerves|
Health Benefits of Ho Leaf Essential Oil
- It provides relief from fatigue, balance emotions and soothe mind.
- It is helpful for oily skin, acne, dry skin and sensitive skin.
- It helps to treat flu, chills, colds and coughs.
- It lowers pains and headaches.
- It is used to treat cellulite, eczema, wrinkles, scars and other skin problems.
- It effectively treats stress, shingles, depression, anxiety, pain and loss of libido.
- It helps to regenerate the tissue of skin.
- It promotes sleep and calms down the nerves.
- Pregnant women should avoid it.
- Not to be used undiluted.
- A patch test is preferred before use.
- It should not be used in mucous membranes and eyes.
- Use it under the supervision of health practitioner.
- People with sensitive skin might get skin irritation.
- Allergic people should not use it.
It blends well with Lime, Clementine, Lemon, Orange, Bergamot, Ylang Ylang, Sandalwood, Cedarwood, Germanium, Lavender, Bergamot, Neroli, Cinnamon and Petitgrain.
Ho Leaf Essential oil Facts
The essential oil of Ho leaf is derived from leaves and twigs of the plant. It is a perfect substitute for Rosewood essential oil. It is used to calm mind, uplift emotions and nourish skin.
|Name||Ho Leaf Essential Oil facts and benefits|
|Ho Leaf Essential Oil facts and benefits||Cinnamomum camphora|
|Native||Native to China, Japan and Formosa|
|Common names of Ho leaf plant||Linalol Essential Oil, Ravintsara essential oil|
|Common/English Name||Chinese Rosewood, Ho-Sho, Formosan Camphor|
|Method of extraction||Steam distillation|
|Parts of plants used||Leaves, twigs|
|Odor||Characteristic, sweet, pleasant, floral and woody|
|Other Facts||It is blended with essential oils of Lime, Clementine, Lemon, Orange, Bergamot, Ylang Ylang, Sandalwood, Cedarwood, Germanium, Lavender, Bergamot, Neroli, Cinnamon and Petitgrain.|