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Vetiver originally came from India. In Ayurvedic literature, the grass is called Suganti-mulaka; sweet-smelling, and sometimes is called Sita-mulaka; cooling roots. Vetiver roots, 'Khus' are an ingredient in several recipes. They are processed into powder and ingested when suffering from diarrhea or applied externally in an ointment for skin problems. Traditionally, a tea is made from the roots. This green drink is not only a popular thirst quencher in the summer but is also drunk with fever and inflammation.
Vetiver is not only an important raw material for perfume in modern times, even in the ancient world the profound sweet smell of vertiver was much appreciated. Vetiver mobilizes our power reserves in case of stress and in tense situations.
In case of mental exhaustion vertiver gives peace and works stabilizing. People who are not living in reality can ground with vertiver. Vertiver strengthens self-consciousness and provides a new sense of reality. Vetiver has a harmonizing effect on the chakra system. The energies of the major chakras are balanced and agree with each other again. Vetiver oil has a calming and grounding effect on the root chakra. Vertiver does not work stimulating. However, the main effect of vertiver oil is on the solar plexus. Vertiver protects against hypersensitivity.
contraindication: Do not use during pregnancy. Careful if you have sensitive skin, use dituted in a base oil. Overdose can cause headaches.
Contents 6 ml