More About Our Khella Essential Oil
Size: 1.5 ml amber glass vial or 5 ml violet glass bottle
Production method: Steam distilled from the wild seeds of the plant
Botanical name: Ammi visnaga
Note: Also known as laceflower. Although it has been used for generations in Morocco and the Middle East, khella essential oil has only become available in the world market recently. It is a relative of the carrot.
Homeopathic Properties of Khella Essential Oil
- Blood thinner
- Respiratory tonic
- Treatment for alopecia, vitiligo, and psoriasis and other skin conditions
Internal*–oral homeopathic dosage short term only, inhalation, diffusion
External*—topical, skin application, massage, energy centers and meridian points
Observations and Anecdotal Information
Used primarily for preventing asthma, khella essential oil opens breathing passages, removes congestion, and relieves smooth muscle spasm associated with asthma. It can be inhaled or applied as a compress to the chest for this purpose.
It is also an herbal remedy for gallstones and kidney stones, and can help the body pass stones with less pain. For this purpose, it can be taken internally in a homeopathic dosage, and/or applied as a compress to the area of the gall bladder.
It can balance an irregular heartbeat; and relieve angina and high blood pressure. Again, it can be applied to the chest and covered with a hot, damp towel.
- Avoid use with pregnant or lactating women.
- Avoid use with infants and small children.
- Avoid use with drug thinning drugs, khella essential oil is a blood thinner.
- Keep all essential oils away from eyes.
- Store in a safe place, out of the reach of children.
- All internal uses should be researched and/or supported by a health care professional. Product quality and dosage are critically important when using essential oils internally.
None of our products are recognized or approved by the FDA. They are not intended to diagnose, treat, or cure any disease. This information is anecdotal, and is provided for educational purposes only. It is not meant to be taken as medical advice. See a health care professional for medical advice.