Amyris essential oil is a musky, rich, exotic oil. It does not initially have a strong aroma, but it is persistent. Amyris essential oil is most commonly used as a fixitive for perfumes and soaps. It also has some therapeutic qualities.
Amyris essential oil is known as the "poor man's sandalwood", although it is not sandalwood at all but a bushy tree known as "Amyris". Due to its sedative properties this oil can be calming and offer stress relief. Amyris essential oil also has antiseptic, balsamic and antispasmodic properties, which make it useful for coughs, washing wounds, and helping to battle the flu.
Specific Cautions for Amyris Essential Oil
Avoid in the first trimester of pregnancy.
Information retrieved from Green Valley Aromatherapy.
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