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    IRIS DESCRIPTION

    IRIS HERB

    Iris is perennial plant from the Iris family (Iridaceae) and is native to North America, Asia, and Europe. The genus is widely distributed throughout the North Temperate Zone. Their habitats are varied, ranging from cold regions to the grassy slopes, meadowlands and rivers of Europe, the Middle East and northern Africa, Asia and across North America.

    In spite the fact that there are hundreds of species most popular are Iris Pallida, Iris Germanica - with purple flowers and Iris Florentina (with white flowers) are used in traditional medicine and aromatherapy. Iris is probably best known for its beautiful and dramatic flowers. Ranging in color frm white to blue to purple, the blossoms have been prized for centuries by many cultures. However, it is the root - not the flowers - of the Iris that produces the its oil.

    IRIS ROOT ESSENTIAL OIL

    The essential oil is very rare and expensive, as more than 1,500 pounds of Iris roots are needed to make 1 quart of the oil through a process of steam distillation.

    Iris root oil has a violet-like, sweet, soft, warm and highly comforting fragrance. The oil not only possesses an appealing scent, but also has health and beauty benefits. It can loosen mucus and quiet dry coughs, making it good for treating bronchitis and whooping cough. It is used for treating bronchitis and sinus infections. Iris root oil also has a regulating effect on nervous disorders and is helpful for emotional shock, fatigue, stress and depression. Cosmetically, the oil helps to maintain healthy skin and nourishes sensitive skin. It is frequently used in exclusive skin-care products. Iris root oil can also gently deep-clean oily, blemished skin and may even help regulate overactive sebaceous glands.




    IRIS USES, HEALTH BENEFITS & SCIENTIFIC EVIDENCE

    THERAPEUTIC EFFECT OF IRIS ROOT OIL

    Iris root oil's relaxing and calming effect on the body is due to the action of its primary components: naphthalene, and iridin. Because of its mucus-thinning properties, Iris root oil is frequently used to soothe coughs that occur with flu, colds, and bronchitis. It can help clear up blemished skin and also prosesses laxative and diuretic effects that can help cleanse the blood.




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    TO CREATE A FESTIVE & RELAXING MOOD

    Iris Root essential oil is often too expensive for regular use. It can also be difficult to find. However, if you are fortunate enough to have a little extra oil on hand, you can create a fun and festive mood for a special event or party. Use a blend of the following essential oils in your aromatherapy lamp to set an exhilarating mood.
    Blend oils in an aromatherapy lamp or diffuser to elevate your mood.

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    FOR SOOTHING SKIN CARE

    A skin oil containing Iris root oil can help soften and tone dry, sensitive skin..
    Blend oils and apply as needed.

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  • FOR FATIGUE

    Iris root oil will help minimize fatigue and poor concentration.
    Place a few drops of Iris Root oil in a room diffuser.

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  • A DELICATE NOT IN PERFUME

    Iris root oil's delicate, flowery fragrance makes it popular for use as a fixative in Violet-Scented perfumes. Dissolved in a base oil, it is like an elegant, floral bouquet.
      2 drops Iris Root Essential Oil
      2 drops of an essential oil of your choice.
      2 teaspoons Jojoba Carrier Oil

    Make a custom scent by mixing Iris root oil with an essential oil of your choice in the carrier oil.

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  • TO COMFORT THE SOUL

    To relieve tension and create a calming, harmonious mood, try this blend.
    Mix oils together well. Add the blend to a handkerchief and tuck it into your pocket.

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  • FOR BLEMISHES & OILY SKIN

    A skin toner that contains Iris root oil can be useful in clearing up blemished skin. It regulates oil production and gently deep-cleans the skin.
    Mix essential oils into Witch Hazel and blend well. Use cotton balls or pads, dip in solution and apply on blemished areas. Repeat as necessary.

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  • FOR RHUEMATIC PAIN

    Using Iris root oil in a warm bath helps to ease sore muscles and rheumatic pain.
    Add essential oils to the honey and mix well. Add the honey mixture to very warm bathwater. Bathe for 20 minutes, and then rest while warmly covered for one hout.

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  • FOR ITCHY PSORIASIS

    Itchy skin that results from psoriasis can be treated with a blend of these oils.
    Blend oils and dab the oil onto your skin 3 to 4 times daily. This oil blend will also help itchy, affected skin to heal more quickly.

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  • FOR SINUS INFLAMMATION

    Sinus inflammations can benefit from an inhalation of Iris root oil, as it has a mucolytic and soothing effect on the mucous membranes.
      1 to 2 drops Iris Root Essential Oil
      1 quart Boiling Water

    Add essential oil to boiling water in a bowl. Cover your head over the bowl and inhale the vapors.

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  • FOR BLEMISHED SKIN

    For blemished skin, thoroughly mix this blend.
    Mix oil with healing clay and water. Apply the clay blend to your face and allow it to dry, then rinse it off.

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  • TO FRESHEN THE AIR

    To help freshen the air in a sickroom, try this blend.
    Add the blend to an aromatherapy lamp.

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  • IRIS ROOT & ORRIS ROOT

    Rhizomes of the German Iris (I. germanica) and Sweet Iris (I. pallida) are traded as orris root and are used in perfume and medicine, though more common in ancient times than today. Today Iris essential oil (absolute) from flowers are sometimes used in aromatherapy as sedative medicines. The dried rhizomes are also given whole to babies to help in teething. Gin brands such as Bombay Sapphire and Magellan Gin use orris root and sometimes iris flowers for flavor and color.

    For orris root production, iris rhizomes are harvested, dried, and aged for up to 5 years. In this time, the fats and oils inside the roots undergo degradation and oxidation, which produces many fragrant compounds that are valuable in perfumery. The scent is said to be similar to violets. The aged rhizomes are steam-distilled which produces a thick oily compound, known in the perfume industry as "iris butter".

    Iris rhizomes also contain notable amounts of terpenes, and organic acids such as ascorbic acid, myristic acid, tridecylenic acid and undecylenic acid. Iris rhizomes can be toxic. Larger Blue Flag (I. versicolor) and other species often grown in gardens and widely hybridized contain elevated amounts of the toxic glycoside iridin. These rhizomes can cause nausea, vomiting, diarrhea, and/or skin irritation, but poisonings are not normally fatal. Irises should only be used medicinally under professional guidance.



    ORRIS ROOT INFORMATION

    Orris root is a term used for the roots Iris germanica, Iris florentina, and Iris pallida. Once important in western herbal medicine, it is now used mainly as a fixative and base note in perfumery, as well as an ingredient in many brands of gin. It is also the most widely-used fixative for potpourri. When using orris root in making perfumes, the scent of the iris root differs from that of the flower. After preparation the scent is reminiscent of the smell of violets.

    After an initial drying period, which can take three to five years or more depending on the use, the root is ground. For potpourri, this powder is used without further processing. For other uses, it is dissolved in water and then distilled. One ton of iris root produces two kilos of essential oil, also referred to as orris root butter, making it a highly prized substance, and its fragrance has been described as tenaciously flowery, heavy and woody. Typical iris-perfumes (where the compound of the ingredient prevails over the other components) are: Orris Noir by the London based perfume house Ormonde Jayne Perfumery, Infusion d'iris (Prada); Tumulte (Christian Lacroix); Aqua di Parma and Iris nobile (Aqua di Parma); Irisia (Creed); Y (Yves Saint Laurent) and Vol de nuit (Guerlain). The black orris used in Orris Noir is a highly prized oil and the national flower of Jordan.

    Orris root is often included as one of the many ingredients of Ras el hanout, a blend of herbs and spices used across the Middle East and North Africa, primarily associated with Moroccan cuisine. Orris root has been used in tinctures to flavor syrups; its taste is said to be indistinguishable from raspberry.

    Orris is harvested in Italy and has been a traditional fixative for scent since ancient Greece. It is great for smoothing out the combined scents when you are making infused oils. Many consider that its essential oil, which is locked in these roots and which develops its scent over time, smells like violets (and orris is usually the real source of "violet" perfume).

    ORRIS ROOT - PERFUME & PRESERVATIVE

    Dried orris root smells like violets. It is coveted not only for its soft and sweet fragrance but also for its strong and protective chemical properties. In combination with weaker botanicals, orris root acts as a fixative that prolongs their aromas and preserves their organic structures without overpowering their unique fragrances. Also known as Iris Florentine, orris root is the collective term for the roots of three species of European Iris (germanica, florentina, and pallida) common in landscapes throughout the world and commercially cultivated in southern Europe, the eastern Mediterranean region, northern India, and northern Africa. The iris is the royal flower depicted in the symbol of imperial France, the fleur de lis.

    Orris root is harvested from iris plants that are at least three years old. The roots are peeled and left to dry. Fresh orris root has an earthy smell and acrid taste (it puckers your mouth). As it dries, the bitter taste mellows and it acquires the strong yet delicate scent of fresh violets described as tenaciously flowery, heavy, and woody. This aroma takes two to five years to fully develop but is then retained and may further intensify over time. The flowery scent of orris root is contained in its essential oil. The dried roots are ground into powder, dissolved in water, and distilled. The resulting thick, oily substance is known as orris butter. Orris butter is one of the most precious materials used by perfumeries, because it strengthens other botanical scents and preserves them from evaporating. It takes one ton of iris roots to produce just 4.5 pounds (2 kilos) of essential oil, making orris butter one of the most expensive raw materials in the world. The chemical component that causes the violet odor, irone, has been synthesized, and the synthetic version is more commonly used to create cheaper perfumes and other scented products.

    MEDICINAL USE OF ORRIS ROOT

    Iris leaves and flowers are toxic. Although orris root is edible, it is a potent medicinal herb with diuretic, emetic, anti-inflammatory, and cathartic properties and should only be taken in small amounts. Too much will cause nausea and vomiting, and it should be kept away from children and pets. Orris root is also highly allergenic and can cause severe reactions such as hay fever, asthma, and cold symptoms. Orris root powder was at one time used as snuff to cause exaggerated sneezing and relieve sinus headache. Because of the high number of people who are allergic to it, cosmetics labeled hypoallergenic cannot contain orris root (also labeled as iris florentine). The beneficial medicinal properties are usually imparted in tea or capsule form. The dried root is sometimes chewed as a breath freshener, but it should not be swallowed.

    NON-FOOD USE OF ORRIS ROOT

    Orris root is most commonly known as a fixative that enhances and prolongs other scents and preserves botanical ingredients. It is used as flavoring in liquors (especially gin), as well as in commercial cleaning, cosmetic, and body products. Orris root is often used in homemade recipes for natural soaps, body powders, toothpaste, sachets, incenses, potpourris, and pomanders (citrus fruit covered with cloves) and inedible food crafts such as spice-cookie ornaments and rose-petal beads.

    ORRIS ROOT IN RITUAL MAGICK

    Orris Root (Queen Elizabeth Root) Iris florentina Orris root is also known as Queen Elizabeth root (Iris florentina). A Moon plant, orris root is good for digging deep into the Moon-ruled subconscious and uprooting what is hidden. Like any Moon herb, it can also be used in divination and dreamwork. The iris is also called the fleur-de-lis, so this Moon plant has often been associated with dominion and war, which gives it a nice protective aspect. Some consider orris root a Venus herb. It is definitely widely used for love magick, and in Hoodoo is known as Love Drawing Herb (and Queen Elizabeth root). The powder form is blown onto clothes, sheets, and so forth to make sure that the owner returns one's love. Florentine orris root is more sweetly scented than germanic orris root, which is commonly available.




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    IRIS DOSAGE INFORMATION

    Essential oils are very concentrated and are usually used one drop at a time. For some suggestions on dosage recommendations, see Aromatherapy Applications. Essential oils should always be diluted with a carrier oil before applying to the skin.



    IRIS SAFETY & INTERACTION INFORMATION

    Because Iris root oil is so scarce and expensive, it is often adulterated. If you decide to purchase some, be sure to check that it is guaranteed to be pure, 100 percent Iris Root oil. The color should be a golden amber, while the scent is reminiscent of violets, with a slightly sharp, aromatic, fruity and flowery fragrance.

    Caution: Never use Iris root oil, or any essential oil, internally. Pure Iris root oil is very concentrated. Its true scent manifests only when it is extremely diluted. For this reason, as well as the expense of the oil, use the pure, undiluted essence as sparingly as possible. Always highly dilute with a carrier oil or other substance before using on the skin to prevent skin reaction and sensitivity.




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  • ORRIS ROOT PRODUCTS

    The flavonoids of orris root are known to possess anti-inflammatory activity explaining the herb's traditional use as a remedy for sore throats and colds. Orris root is mildly diuretic; it was traditionally used to treat "dropsy" or congestive heart failure. Orris root that is stored in powdered form is more useful as a diuretic, while orris root that is stored in a chopped form is more useful as an anti-inflammatory. The iris is a group of plants known for their beautiful blooms and their adaptability to an astonishing variety of growing conditions, from the temperate reaches of Oregon to the marshes of Louisiana and even the desert American Southwest. In ancient times the iris was a symbol of power and majesty used as the original scepter. The orris is a group of two species of European iris, cultivated in the region near Florence and sold as "ghiaggiuolo." The rhizomes, resembling ginger, are dug up in August, stripped of their rootlets and bark, and then dried until they have a chalky appearance. Dried orris root smells like violets. It is used primarily as a base for natural toothpastes, and as a fixative in perfumes to enhance other aromas. Powdered orris root lends a pleasant scent to freshly laundered linens and to potpourri. It also can be used as a snuff to relieve sinus headache and as a stabilizer in cosmetics. Orris root is extremely "puckery" if chewed fresh. It must be dried to be palatable. Drying also concentrates its aromatic essential oils. Also known as: Iris germanica, Iris pallida. (Iris florentina is a variety of Iris germanica.) Purple Flag, Bearded Iris, Fleur-de-lis, and Garden Iris.

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