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Tolu Balsam

Origin: South Africa

Botanical Name: Myroxylon balsamum

Family: N.O. Leguminosae

Extraction Method: Solvent Extraction


Tolu balsam is used to treat cough, cancer & bronchitis. It is used for cracked lips, cracked nipples & minor cuts. It is used for flavoring in food, beverages, chewing gum & cough medicine. It is used in cosmetics, soaps & also used as a fixative. It is used in aromatherapy. It heals wounds & cuts. It has antiseptic & anti-inflammatory properties.

Extraction:
It is extracted by solvent extraction.

Blending:
It blends well with Spices, floral, Ylang-Ylang, patchouli & rose

Topical Uses

  • Used in foods
  • Used for fragrance in cosmetics & perfumes
  • Used in cough syrups
  • It is the natural remedy for skin rashes
  • Kills parasites
  • Cures ringworms, wounds & diaper rashes

Everyday Uses

  • In vaporizing ointments or steam inhalation
  • In burner, diffuser, or vaporizer
  • Topical application as creams or salves
  • In compress or bathing
  • As an invigorating massage oil

Popular Uses & Benefits

  • The Balsam of Tolu oil is used for its healing properties.
  • Tolu Balsam oil is incredibly helpful in respiratory conditions in which there is a productive cough.
  • Its aroma helps breathe easily and congestion is reduced.
  • Massage the painful muscles with Tolu balsam, it reduces inflammation within the cramped muscle and provides relief from soreness in a few hours.
  • The aroma of Tolu Balsam essential oil is soothing to the senses. Its aroma can lower your stress.
  • It is used to flavor common products like soaps, shampoo, candles

Primary Benefits

  • Relief from Drowsiness & Fatigue
  • Revitalizes minds and regulates body functions

Directions For Use

Diffusion: Use three to four drops in the diffuser

Topical use:

  • Apply one to two drops to the desired area.
  • Dilute with a carrier oil to minimize any skin sensitivity.

Caution

  • Keep away from children.
  • If pregnant or nursing, consult your doctor.
  • Avoid contact with eyes, inner ears, and sensitive areas.