mountain savoryMountain savory (Satureja montana) has been used historically as a general tonic for the body.

Actions: Strongly anti-infectious, antibacterial, antifungal, antiparasitic, immunostimulant, general tonic, stimulant. It reduces acute pain and is a tonic for the nerves and circulatory systems. Due to its high phenol content, mountain savory is a very strong antiseptic and has been used to hasten the formation of scar tissue, to help with abscesses, burns, and cuts. It is also known to stimulate the adrenal gland. Recent research suggests that the extract may have anti-HIV activity.

Mountain savory scores 113,071 on the antioxidant ORAC scale, and provides support for the immune, nervous, and circulatory systems.*

How to use: For dietary, aromatic or topical use. When using as a supplement, put one drop in a capsule or in 4 fl. oz. of soy or rice milk.

Possible skin sensitivity. If pregnant or under a doctor’s care, consult your physician.

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* This statement has not been evaluated by the Food and Drug Administration. This product is not intended to diagnose, treat, cure, or prevent any disease.

Item No. 3590, 5 ml – Mountain Savory Essential Oil


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Mountain Savory Essential Oil — 2 Comments

  1. Sue,

    Essential oils don’t normally make people dizzy. However, if you have been using personal care products containing ammonium or hydrocarbon-based chemicals, or have been exposed to other environmental and/or industrial toxins, it is possible to feel dizzy after smelling or applying a truly pure essential oil.

    The reason for this is that these chemicals and their byproducts can and do react with essential oils in the body. These chemicals also plug up receptor cites in the hypothalamus. When a therapeutic-grade essential oil is inhaled, it starts to dissolve the toxins in the hypothalamus. This can cause temporary dizziness.

    Various toxins can also get trapped in fatty sub-dermal skin layers and react with essential oils when applied.

    So there are many reasons you may feel dizzy after using essential oils. As long as you are using therapeutic-grade essential oils, the dizziness should go away after a while. If you are using inferior essential oils, you could be adding even more toxins to your body.

    The Essential Oil Diva

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