Essential Oils for Anti-epileptic Acute Seizure / Anti-convulsant:
The following essential oils may be helpful in reducing the severity of epilepsy or other convultions:
Many essential oils have anticonvulsant activity and might benefit people with epilepsy. Essential oils containing constituents such as asarone, carvone, citral, eugenol, or linalool are good candidates for evaluation as anti-epileptic drug. On the other hand, some essential oils have convulsant effects and may trigger seizures in both epileptic and healthy individuals. Internal use of essential oils like sage, hyssop, rosemary, camphor, pennyroyal, eucalyptus, cedar, thuja, and fennel can cause epileptic seizures because they contain thujone, 1,8-cineole, camphor, or pinocamphone, which have been identified as convulsive agents.
Agarwood Crasna (OUD)
Aroma Description: Bitter-sweet woody with animalic notes and a leather character.
Aroma Description: Rich, spicy, sweet, soft, warming yet slightly bitter. It is also slightly woody in character and is reminiscent in aroma to that of true clove buds but is of course much stronger in aroma.
Aroma Description: Dill Seed Essential Oil smells fresh, sweet, herbaceous and slightly earthy.
Aroma Description: Floral, fresh, sweet, herbaceous and sometimes slightly fruity. It can be slightly camphorous.
(West Indian: Cymbopogon citratus East Indian: Cymbopogon flexuosus)
Aroma Description: Lemongrass Essential Oil smells fresh, lemony and slightly herbaceous.
Lemongrass - Nepal
Aroma Description: Fresh, Herbaceous, Lemony, Slightly sweet