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Calamus is used for a wide range of symptoms pertaining to the head such as vertigo, headache, shock, memory loss, and epilepsy because it increases cerebral circulation. Calamus is also soothing and is an anti-inflammatory to the intestinal tract. It increases appetite and absorption of nutrients. Calamus, applied to the stomach and abdomen, arrests the growth of unfriendly bacteria in the digestive system. Calamus is considered by many to be too strong for children.

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Calamus Essential Oil

Ingredient In: LeJourney, LeNoMore
Available In: Essential Oil
Included in Kit: Singles Collection
Botanical Name: Acorus calamus
Country of Origin: Nepal
Extraction Method: steam distilled
Part Utilized: root
Plant Family: Acoraceae
Aroma: Calamus has a warm, spicy scent with a hint of cinnamon.
Cautions: Calamus has been used for many years in herbal preparations, but it is fairly new to the essential oil world. The constituents it contains make calamus very effective as a disinfectant, but it is too strong for use on children except in dire circumstances. Calamus should also be avoided by pregnant women. Always use straight calamus with caution and common sense.
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