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Mandravasarotra (Saro) essential oil

  • Laton name : Cinnamosma fragrans

  • Distilled part : Leafs

  • Origin : West coast of Madagascar


  • Antiviral

  • Expectorant

  • Antibacterial

  • Promotes good immunity


  • Stretch marks, scars, mature skin

  • Urinary tract infections

  • Oral infections: gingivitis, mouth ulcers ...

  • Fungus

  • Flu, colds, sinusitis, ear infection, bronchitis

How to use it?

  • Winter viral diseases (cough, angina...)
    Dermal route: 3 drops in the lower back, along the spine and on the thorax, 4 to 5 times a day, until improvement


  • Cleaning up the air
    In diffusion, mixed with other essential oils


  • Helps mitigate stretch marks and scar areas
    Mix up to 2% in your oily preparation. Apply your mixture locally in frictions or massages to the affected areas.


  • Make sure to seek medical advice before use for people with asthma and epilepsy

  • The essential oil of Saro is irritating to the skin, so it must be diluted in a vegetable oil before any skin application


  • Authorized Users

Adults and Youth
Children - 6 years old
Pregnant and nursing women (not less than 3 months)

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