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Quick Overview

hyssopThis pure Hyssop essential oil is steam distilled from Hyssop herb grown in Bulgaria. Hyssop officinalis is high in ketones, which should be used by those with knowledge of its application. It is considered a potent anti-viral medicinal.

Botanical Name: Hyssopus officinalis

The Essential Oil of Hyssop is extracted with the help of steam distillation of leaves and flower of a shrub called Hyssop. In the botanical world, it is known by the name Hyssopus Officinalis. This shrub grows mainly in the Mediterranean region and was known as Holy or Sacred herb in ancient times. Hyssop, due to its disinfectant and anti microbial properties, found its place even in the Old Testament as a purifier.

Method of Extraction: Steam distilled

Parts Used: Flowering plant

Country of Origin: Spain, Hungary, France

Cultivation Method: Wildcrafted

hyssopBlends Well With: Bay, clary sage, geranium, grapefruit, lavender, lemon, mandarin, myrtle, orange, rosemary, sage.

Scent: Sweet, rich herbaceous, camphoraceous

Contraindications: The oil is moderately toxic due to the pinocamphone content and has caused a few reactions in some individuals so use with caution. To be used only in moderation. Do not use in pregnancy, by infants, children or the elderly. Do not use if you are epileptic. Do not use if you have high blood pressure.

About the Oil

Colorless liquid with a sweet, camphoraceous top note and warm-spciy herbaceous undertone. The herb has been traditionally used for perhaps a thousand years for its antiseptic, disinfecting, and anti-infectious properties.

Aromatherapy Notes

Hyssop oil's primary use in aromatherapy has been for respiratory and digestive complaints, and externally for rheumatism, bruises, sores, earache and toothache. It has also been used to regulate blood pressure and as a general nerve tonic relieving states of anxiety or hysteria. Hyssop is listed in the current British Herbal Pharmacopoeia for bronchitis and the common cold.

Traditional Uses

It is one of the bitter herbs mentioned in the Old Testament, employed to purify the temples.  Romans used hyssop to protect themselves against the plague, and to disinfect the houses of the sick.

Therapeutic Properties Described In The Aromatherapy Literature

Amenorrhea, asthma, bronchitis, bruises, colds, cough, dermatitis, eczema, fatigue, fevers, flatulence, indigestion, inflammation, influenza, leucorrhea, loss of appetite, nervous tension, rheumatism, sore throat, stress related conditions, tonsillitis, wounds. The expectorant action of this oil can be utilized during cold and flu season or for respiratory problems. The oil may be added to a diffuser or a vapor rub.


Avoid in epilepsy, and while pregnant. Not for internal use.

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