This herb has traditionally been smoked, eaten, extract, tincture and syrup. According to Ayurvedic tradition,It is a 'sattvic' herb, which feeds and transmutes the sexual 'kundalini' energy. Calamus has been called the closest thing to a sex stimulant that nature has to offer . Acorus calamus root was also used by the ancient Greeks and included in the traditional remedies of many other European cultures.
- Botanical Name - Acorus calamus
- Extraction Method - steam distillation
- Country of Origin - India
- Grade - Therapeutic
- Blends well With - Cedar wood, cinnamon, clary sage, labdanum, lavender, marjoram, olibanum, oregano, patchouli rosemary, tea tree and ylang-ylang
- Health Benefite - Treats rheumatism & arthritis, relaxes spasm, inhibits microbial growth, good for brain & boosts memory, increases blood & lymph circulation, cures nervous disorders, stimulates functions, induce sleep.
Caution - It has narcotic effects too and can cause convulsions and hallucinations if taken in higher doses. Oral ingestion should be avoided unless under guidance of an expert practitioner. Pregnant ladies should avoid its use.