Spikenard Nardostachys Grandiflora or Nardostachys Jatamansi
Pink-coloured plant from the Valerianaceae family.
Area of origin is the Himalayas.
The essential oil is distilled from dried and pressed rhizomes and roots in a steam current.
The scent is sweetly spicy, sour, and warm.
Quantity: 8 ml
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Essential Oil of Spikenard (Nardostachys Jatamansi) is a biblical symbol of immense love, without comparisons or boundaries. It appears in the Song of Songs, as if to define the relationship between groom and bride: while the king is in his enclosure, my Spikenard spreads its perfume, the essential oil is used by the sinner (often mistakenly identified with Mary Magdalene) to wash Jesus’ feet during the Last Supper.
As reported by the Ministry of Health, spikenard has a function of relaxation and mental well-being. It is known to regulate the menstrual cycle. It helps drain excess fluid and supports cardiovascular function. It has a digestive and carminative function. Promotes gastrointestinal motility.
In aromatherapy it is used to regulate venous and arterial circulation, to treat headaches and nervous colic, and is also recommended for treating premenstrual and menopausal syndrome.
It is used as an ingredient in a carrier oil to treat mature skin as an anti-ageing agent.
Suggested against insomnia, migraine, anxiety, agitation. It is used by naturopaths to treat emotional shocks.
On spiritual level, it represents the call to an elevated task that can turn one’s existence inside out. Its aroma puts pupils and masters in deep communication. In Tibet, monks use it to encourage meditation.
Warnings: Non-toxic essential oil. If in doubt consult a doctor/pharmacist.