A photochemical analysis carried out in molle reveals that the plant contains tannins, alkaloids, flavonoids, saponins, steroids, sterols, terpenes, gums, resins and essential oils. Essential oil is found mainly in the leaves, bark and fruits.
The molle plant has a long history of use as an astringent, cleanser, diuretic, balsamic, as an eye drop, diuretic, rinse, pesticide, cleanser, toner, antiviral. There are many documents that indicate its use by the Andean indigenous peoples.
Composition: 100% pure molle essential oil.
Scientific name: Schinus molle
Origin: Cuzco – Peru
Use: Internal use 3 or 4 drops in hot tea in the morning and at night. External use, friction and massage on the chest, back or affected area.
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Contraindications: Not recommended during pregnancy and breastfeeding.
This product has no contraindications; in the literature we have not found reports about contraindications for use of its components, or possible drug interactions. However they remain clinical studies at different doses and at different treatment times to assert their safety, but their safe use is established by the traditional use for hundreds of years by Amazonian tribes.