Ledum Essential Oil (Ledum groenlandicum) has a long history of use in folk medicine. As a tea, ledum provides well-being. It is also believed to harmonize and balance the body's daily needs.
Historical Data: Known colloquially as "Labrador tea", ledum is a strongly aromatic herb that has been used for centuries in folk medicine. The native people of Eastern Canada used this herb for tea, as a general tonic, and to balance a variety of kidney-related issues. Ledum has helped protect the native people of North America against scurvy for more than 5,000 years. The Cree used Ledum for fevers and colds.
Uses: Use Ledum essential oil for liver issues such as hepatitis and fatty liver, obesity and water retention.
Limonene — 20-35%
Cis- and Trans-Paramenth1(7) 8 Diene 8-ol — 12-17%
Cis- and Trans-Paramenthatriene 1,3,8 — 8-15%
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