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BHUTAN CYPRESS Essential Oil | Wildcrafted
Our Bhutan Cypress Essential Oil is distilled from Cypress leaves and branches hand harvested from trees that soar up to 150 feet into the sky. The pristine environment in Bhutan endows this refreshing elixir with potent aromatherapeutic qualities. Cypress Essential Oil deepens and expands the breath and is very beneficial to use in your diffuser or formulations in times of stress, loss of sleep or hormonal challenges. It offers a wide range of applications when its astringent properties are called for.
Cypress has been traditionally used to beautify the skin and scalp. The astringent nature of this oil is very helpful for summertime skin, or whenever there are oily, teenage/troubled or sweaty conditions. You can also routinely count on cypress to keep your home fresh and clean when added to your household cleansers.
For the mind, cypress is known to have a refreshing, cleansing effect which can dispel worry and stress. Diffused, invigorating cypress oil will clear the air whenever it has been left heavy or stagnant. Cypress is a useful essential oil for promoting concentration and productivity. This Bhutan Cypress’ aromatic profile lends itself to soothing hormonal imbalances and promoting deep, restful sleep.
- Perfumery Note: mid to top
- Odor: woody, wet earth, forest floor, peppery, stimulating, piney
- Strength of Initial Aroma: medium
- Blends Well With: other wood oils including Cedar and Sandalwood; conifers such as Pine and Juniper; florals like Rose Geranium, Lavender, Clary Sage, and Ylang-ylang; Helichrysum, Palmarosa, and citrus oil such as Grapefruit, Bergamot and Lemon
- Net Wt
100% Pure Bhutan Cypress Essential Oil^
^Wildcrafted, made from leaves and twigs
Steam distilled in Bhutan
15 mL (1/2 fl oz)
Bhutan Cypress is a valuable essential oil and can be applied topically, through direct inhalation, or diffused.
In the Diffuser: Bhutan Cypress Oil can be used to deodorize your rooms, add as often as needed for a great boost in pure, fresh air quality, as well as a calming, focused atmosphere.
Other Suggested Uses:
Use as a compress to support comfortable muscles and joints after strenuous or repetitive activity.
Blend up to a 5% dilution in a massage oil and massage gently into skin to support healthy inflammatory response.
Diffuse for relaxation, a clear mind, deep sleep and balanced hormones
Use diluted in a carrier oil or hydrosol as an astringent to balance oily, problematic skin.
How to Store
Store away from heat & light.
Cupressus torulosa, Bhutan Cypress or Himalayan Cypress, is the National Tree of Bhutan. Locally, it is known as ‘Tsenden’. The Bhutanese people consider the cypress sacred and they have great reverence for this majestic tree. The people of Bhutan compare its ability to survive in difficult, rugged and harsh terrains and the strong and straight form of the tree to their own simplicity, hardiness and bravery.
Eco-Projects in Bhutan
Bhutan is known for its monasteries, fortresses, and dramatic landscapes — from subtropical plains to steep mountains and valleys. In 2013, the government announced its plan for Bhutan to become the first country in the world with 100 percent organic farming. Bhutanese red rice is the country's most popular known agricultural export, along with Bhutanese apples and oranges. And now, this Buddhist kingdom on the eastern edge of the Himalayan mountains is home to a brand new distilling operation.
Eco-Projects in Bhutan
We’re honored to partner with this trailblazing ethical distiller, Karma, as he brings fresh, economic opportunities to Bhutan’s local communities. Karma pays fair and equitable wages to the harvesters, who hand-pick Jatamansi roots and prune Juniper branches from remote Himalayan mountains and valleys. As part of the price that Karma pays for the plant material, he pays into a community forest fund. This fund is used by the community for micro loans to the local people. This is on top of the fair prices that he pays to the harvesters.