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Posted by: Laura Anne Hutt, 19 Apr 2011 9:13AM
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Galbanum Essential Oil


Hello Recently posted re: Peripheral Neuropathy, had some feedback including the use of Galbanum oil but was warned of its topical use, for this complaint, as it can create a severe burning sensation in the extremities. Can anyone advise on this? Laura

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Mai Brain
9 May 2011 9:20AM

Hi, From Julia Lawless's book Encyclopedia of essential oils, it says safety data: non-toxic, non-irritant, non-sensitizing. Blends well with hyacinth, violet, nacissus, lavender, geranium, oakmoss, opopanax, pine, fir, styrax and oriental bases. Principal consituents: Pinene, cardinol, cadinene and myrcene among others. Perhaps because it is a resin and a terpene it needs a milder essential oil such as lavender to compliment it and use it is a lower concentration, I have not used it myself but I hope this info helps in some way.
Laura Anne Hutt
10 May 2011 9:13AM

Thank you Mai A helpful response. I am receiving a fairly positive result with this particular client, however, I think it will be a long process> Laura
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