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Health Importance of Tuberose Essential Oil

Updated on October 13, 2015

Tuberose plant and essential oil

Health Benefits of Tuberose oil

Aphrodisiac

Tuberose essential oil functions as aphrodisiac in aromatherapy and in herbal medicine. The intense floral fragrance prepared with the help of tuberose essential oil, fills the atmosphere with love and romance. This oil treats frigidity and lack of libido. The ingredients of this oil will rise the feeling of libido when used in aromatherapy or when taken orally.

Deodorant

The rich and intense floral fragrance is long lasting and can be used as deodorant most commonly in the places where the climate is scorching and humid. People who frequently sweat and have bad body odor make use of this deodorant with tuberose essential oil in it.

Relaxing effect

The chemicals in this oil create pleasant fragrance and relaxing effect on the nerves, muscles and brain. It helps in giving relief to stress, anxiety, tension, anger, depression, convulsions, nervous afflictions, diarrhea, spasmodic coughs and cramps.

Sedative

This oil works as sedative against inflammations that are associated with the nervous system and respiratory system. To create sedative effect, it has to be highly diluted.

Warming effect

The blood circulation in the body is stimulated by the tuberose essential oil. This oil triggers the warming effect. This warming effect answers the cold in winters, warms the respiratory system, avoids the deposition of phlegm, aids in curing sexual disorders and enhances the normal activity.

Natural defense

Tuberose oil is known to possess anti-fungal and anti-bacterial properties. Tuberose oil is one of the perfect medicated oils. Tuberose oil is found to be efficient in treating gram negative and gram positive bacteria. The three ingredients of this oil like geraniol, indole and menthyl anthranilate were found to be effective against the growth of Colletotrichum gloeosporioides mycelium on the potato-dextrose-agar medium.

Antispasmodic

Tuberose oil helps in calming the cramps and reduces the internal intestinal spasms. Antispasmodic activity of this oil is an effective treatment for cramps, convulsions, and spasmodic coughs.

Enhances blood circulation

The property of enhancing the blood circulation by the tuberose oil helps the people suffering from arthritis and joint pains. Warming effect of this oil is also due to its effect on increasing the circulation.

Prevents skin infection

Tuberose oil is also found to be useful for preventing the infections in the skin at the cracking regions of skin due to its dryness.

Reduces nausea

Tuberose oil is also beneficial to be used for alleviating nausea and vomiting.

Mosquito repellant

A research study has found that extracts of fresh tuberose buds act as anti-mosquito agents. The oil is known to be effective against Culex quinquefasciatus.

Lethargy

Tuberose oil helps to enrich you at the emotional level when you have any unpleasant and unexpected happenings in the life. Its empowering and fortifying effects will help you to stay calm even in stressful situations.

Treats fever

Tuberose oil in some cases was found to be helpful in treating coughs and malarial fever.

Treats Insomnia

Tuberose oil is found to be helpful in treating insomnia.

Efficiency

Tuberose oil is found to be non-toxic, non-sensitizing and non-irritant.

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