Steam distilled wood of Blue Cypress from Northern Queensland results in this gorgeous blue essential oil. This azure blue color is because of the Guaiazulene content. Certain types of steam distilled flowers such as Chamomile German and Yarrow have this characteristic attributed to Chamazulene, a related azulene. No other essential oil distilled from wood has this characteristic.
You will immediately appreciate the superior aromatics of this unique oil, chiefly because of our careful selection process. We passed up less costly specimens of Blue Cypress oil in favor of overall quality that shines through in the GCMS analysis.
Blue Cypress essential oil is beneficial for skin; another commonality it shares with Chamomile German
. Therapeutic benefits of Blue Cypress include an outstanding capability for wound healing and alleviating bruises. It is highly anti-inflammatory and antibacterial plus
has anti-allergenic properties that relieve itching, rashes, and dermatitis. Perhaps consider blending with our Helichrysum
from Corsica or Cistus
for ultimate skin care.
Blue Cypress essential oil is emotionally soothing and grounding. This is an excellent oil for meditation because it evokes a sense of calm and is grounding while increasing focus and metal clarity. Try blending with Frankincense sacra
for deep meditation purposes.
Aromatically, an initial minty note quickly changes to reveal a unique fruity nuance. An exceptional fixative in blends and perfume for its sweet, fruity, woody, resinous, balsamic coniferous notes. Blue Cypress essential oil works well in forest and wood accords and plays nicely with other oils in herbaceous bouquets. Use Blue Cypress to brighten and sweeten other wood oil blends.
Batch specific GC/MS analysis for this essential oil is available by clicking on the green tab above.
Aromatherapy use: anger management, anti-inflammatory, bruises, calming, colds/flu, eczema, increase focus and metal clarity, psoriasis, self-esteem, skin care, stress
General use: Oil diffusers, potpourri, bath oil, bath salt, bath and shower gels, spa treatment oils and creams, soap and candles
Contraindications: Avoid during pregnancy.
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