Calamus oil

CODE: EP-018


Calamus Essential Oil

Botanic description: Acorus calamus
Plant structure: Root
Origin formula: Steam distillment
Origin: Republic of Slovenia
Color: caramel brown

Description: A perenniel plant, it matures to a tallness of 1m with a bedcover of 0.5m. The rootstalk is horizontal, cowering, tube-shaped, branching and up to 2m long, with a spicy aroma; the root is hard, branchless and flowering; the leaves are yellow green, vertical, pointed, with intact edges, radical and overlayer; the blossoms are light-green yellow, with a careened stalk and with a thickly thronged spike out; the fruit are greenish berries. Indigenous to the northerly hemisphere, it opts lake borders, boggy trenches, or marshlands in a secure place. It is ice repellent, merely drought tender.


Basic Uses: they are a arousing nervine antispasmodic agent, and a universal tonic to the mind. As a rejuvenative for the head and nervous system, they are used to promote cerebral circulation, to energise self-expression, and to assist bring off a wide ambit of symptoms in the mind, including neuralgy, epilepsy, memory loss and shock. It is utilized in the Phillipines as atrophic arthritis and memory troubles. In Korea, it is a constituent in a type of moonlight called divinities' drink. Search in China accepts the essential oil in this rootstock to be calming and neuroprotectant.

Calamus was as well named to as "fragrant cane" in the NRSV. It was among the 4 oils in the "holy" blend in given to Moses to be applied to oil the people, the altar, the vessels and the temple. There has a few question whether the botanical plant we address calamus nowadays is in reality the similar plant usable to Moses. They're a reed plant that matures in muddy areas. From that verbal description, Moses could have caused accession to this oil.

The past world utilised calamus as a blessed anointment oil and in fragrances and incense. The curative attributes are chiefly attributable the fragrant oil incorporated mainly in the root. It was respected as an fragrant stimulant drug and tonic for feverishness, anxious complaints, dizziness, headaches, dysentery, and so on.

Nowadays calamus is believed as an spasmolytic, anti-inflammatory drug, and it consoles inflaming of the gastrointestinal tract. It is assistive for unhealthy bronchitis, kidney congestion after alcoholic beverage drunkenness, cystitis, urarthritis and low blood pressure. Calamus is still incumbent in the British Herbal Pharmacopoeia. It is believed spiritually uplifting as part of a blessed anointment oil.

This oil could be applied locally all over the stomach for it has pacifying affect on the alimentary canal. It could be applied to the temples, forehead and throat for spiritual connectedness and clearness of thought. Calamus could as well be used as in incense. This oil is rare and hard to discover and in general not used except in mixes.

Because for safety, there are a lot better oils than calamus and hence this oil isn't suggested for common usage. You'll discover it on almost all Britishers lists of oils never to be applied and yet there has inadequate rationale for this oil to be so traded. It is a hard oil to find and one must be aware that the oil you've is really calamus and is genuinely the same because in the past this oil constituted in the Christian Bible.