Herbaceous plant of the Apiaceae family, up to 1.20 meters in height, it grows on sandy wasteland. Its flowers form dense umbels which fold up during fruiting.
Origin and history
The Egyptians already used khella for its antispasmodic properties, in particular for kidney and urinary problems. It is still used a lot in traditional Moroccan medicine. Its dried stems are still used as a toothpick.
Color: yellow to golden yellow
Odor: green, anise, sweet
Distilled parts: Seeds
Country of production: Morocco
Density: 0.863 to 0.879
Chemotype / composition
LINALOOL, 2-METHYL BUTYL 2-METHYL BUTANOATE
Relaxing and antispasmodic
Coronarodilator, vasodilator, anticoagulant
Dry spasms, asthma attack
Modes of use
Oral use at a rate of 1 drop 2 to 4 times a day for asthma
Avoid skin application: this EO is photosensitizing.
Association with noble chamomile EO (soothing and antispasmodic) to soothe asthma attacks.
To relieve renal colic, the EO of khella can be combined with the EO of exotic basil (antispasmodic, anti-inflammatory and anti-infective) and rosemary with camphor (anti-lithiasis).
Helps awareness of emotions, especially in times of change
Soothes and comforts
Help to see things in a more positive way, to detach from external dependencies, to find a feeling of freedom
Helps to relativize and less to take seriously
Opens the heart chakra and develops its abilities.
Precaution for use
Flammable. Oral use on medical advice. Keep out of the reach of children. Avoid contact with eyes. Not recommended for children under 3 and pregnant or breastfeeding women. Do not apply to the skin before sun exposure. Food use possible. Do not use pure on the skin.
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