The genus Croton includes about 1200 species in warm regions. It is mostly on the American continent. In Africa there are about 65 species, and in Madagascar about 125. About forty Malagasy species are used in medicine, several of which are morphologically related to Croton geayi .
The infusion of leafy twigs of zanampoly is traditionally used to relieve fever, cough, asthma and constipation in the newborn.
Appearance: Fluid liquid
Color: Light yellow
Odor: floral, lemony
Distilled parts: Twigs
Country of origin: Madagascar
LINALOOL, CINEOLE (EUCALYPTOL)
Soothing the respiratory tract
Digestive antispasmodic (mild and well tolerated)
ENT and bronchial disorders
Dry coughs and spasmodic coughs (especially nocturnal)
Nervous tension, stress, anxiety
Muscle pain and contractures*
Diffusion: respiratory disorders, nervous disorders
Soft anointings or massages (diluted in an HV): locally on muscle pain, on the chest to relieve cough
With katafray EO to relieve muscle pain.
Comforting, reassuring and protective HE.
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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