Botanical name ~ Inula graveolens
Caution ~ *Practitioner use only
Aroma ~ Sweet, herbaceous, buttery.
Extraction ~ by steam distillation.
Part of plant ~ from the flowering tops.
Country of Origin ~ France
Chemical Constituents ~ Bornyl acetate, borneol, t-cadinol.
Traditional Uses ~ One of the most useful oils for the respiratory system, Inula helps to break up stuck mucus and deepen the breathing. It may also help to heal ear, nose and throat infections.