INGREDIENT IN: LeBenediction,LeDelicate, LeFaith, LeSolitude, LeTomorrow
THERAPEUTIC PROPERTIES: anti-inflammatory, anti-rheumatic, tonic, astringent, lymphatic cleanser
AFFINITY FOR: lymphatic system, skin, joints, liver meridian, crown chakra, yin energy
RESONANCE: physical, spiritual, mental
PLANT FAMILY: Rutaceae
PART UTILIZED: Bark
EXTRACTION METHOD: Steam distilled
AROMATIC CONSIDERATIONS: The aroma of katrafay essential oil is “earthy” with a green, mossy scent. The pale yellow liquid blends well with lavender, tea tree, rosemary, clary sage, nutmeg, lemon and marjoram.
APPLICATION: Katrafay should be diluted well and applied to areas of concern.
PHYSICAL ASPECTS: The remarkable quality about katrafay is its high percentage of sesquiterpenes (about 67.5%). Sesquiterpene molecules readily cross the blood/brain barrier. They bring increased amounts of oxygen and healing properties to the central nervous system. The high percentage of sesquiterpenes also makes katrafay a good fragrance fixative. Katrafay essential oil is indicated for mental fatigue, headaches, sciatica and muscle pains. It is traditionally used in Madagascar after childbirth.
CAUTIONS: Katrafay is generally non-toxic and non-sensitizing. It should be diluted well. Avoid use during pregnancy.