Oil Summary: May Chang oil has one of the most incredible, fresh, citrus scents of any essential oils and is excellent for improving your health and wellness. Scientific studies have shown that May Chang essential oil can induce relaxation and reduce stress and is also antibacterial and anti-inflammatory. Add a few drops in a diffuser or vaporizer to fight away respiratory problems and illness. The oil is mostly used in the fragrance industry. The root and stem of the plant are used in Chinese medicine. May Chang essential oil is derived from the Litsea Cubeba plant through steam distillation. Also known as Chinese Pepper and Mountain Pepper, Litsea Cubeba is a small tropical tree measuring 26 feet (8 meters) when fully grown. It grows wildly in Indonesia, Vietnam, and the southern regions of China. May Chang is a sweet-smelling oil with numerous benefits to the mind and body. When used appropriately, it can rejuvenate the skin, heal wounds, suppress inflammations, aid digestion, and even uplift the mood. Your essential oil cabinet is not complete without some May Chang.
Botanical Name: Litsea cubeba
Plant Origin: China
Processing Method: Steam distillation
Plant Part: Leaves
Odor and Color: thin, clear, pale yellow to yellow liquid; crisp, citrus smell
Contraindication: Please check with your healthcare provider before use during pregnancy. May Chang oil can irritate sensitive skin. Aromatherapists advise dilution before topical application. If your skin is prone to allergic reactions, perform a patch-test before introducing it to your lotion or bath. You may also want to check with your dermatologist. Because of May Chang’s potency, it is not recommended for children under 12 years old. Always keep this oil out of children’s reach. If you are pregnant or nursing, consult your medical practitioner before using May Chang. Also, reach out to a doctor if you are under any medication. May Chang can interact with certain prescription drugs and cause adverse side effects. Like many citrus essential oils, May Chang is harmful to pets. When ingested by a dog, it can cause liver failure and death.
*This statement has not been evaluated by the Food and Drug Administration. This product is not intended to diagnose, treat, cure, or prevent any disease.*
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