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How much do you love Cypress?

Get ready to find out why you should be stocking up on this wonder oil! Cypress oil comes with a variety of properties such as antibacterial, anti-infectious, antimicrobial, antiseptic, astringent, deodorant, diuretic, lymphatic and prostate decongestant, relaxing, and vasoconstriction.

Brain Boosting

Due to cypresses’ ability to interact with circulation, cypress oil is uniquely ideal for improving brain health. It also helps with concentration and memory recall. Cypress can be used topically or aromatically and easily blended with other oils. Its benefits are improving lung health and decongesting respiratory pathways, which help improve brain functioning.

Muscle Relief

Cypress is great for joint pain, rheumatism, carpal tunnel syndrome, muscle fatigue, chronic pain, muscle tone, and chronic pain. This oil may also be beneficial for strengthening blood capillary walls, reducing cellulite, improving the circulatory system, strengthening connective tissue, muscular cramps, and nervous tension.

Fluid Balancing

Historically, cypress has been used for its benefits on the urinary system and in instances of excessive fluid loss. Cypress has been used to prevent incontinence, assist in menstrual cycles, and relieve menstrual cramp pain. No matter how you slice it, this is an oil you will want to stock up on.

Cypress Muscle Relief Bath Soak

  • 1 cup Epsom salt
  • 10 drops Cypress essential oil
  • 1/2 cup baking soda
  • A handful of dried herbs (such as lavender or chamomile)


In a mixing bowl, combine the Epsom salt and baking soda (if using). Baking soda can help enhance relaxation and soften the water. Add ten drops of Cypress essential oil to the Epsom salt mixture. Cypress oil’s properties can help reduce fluid retention and ease muscle tension.

Blow the mixture to distribute the essential oil evenly throughout the salt. If you’re using dried herbs, add them to the mixture. Dried herbs can enhance the aromatic experience and provide additional relaxation. Transfer the mixture to a glass jar or airtight container for storage.

When you’re ready for your bath, fill the tub with warm water. Add about 1/2 to 1 cup of the Cypress Muscle Relief Bath Soak mixture to the running water. Stir the water to help dissolve the mixture and evenly disperse the essential oil. Immerse yourself in the bath and soak for about 20-30 minutes.

Close your eyes, take deep breaths, and allow the calming scent of Cypress to soothe your senses. After bathing, gently rinse off in a shower to remove residual salt.

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