Inula Viscosa Absolute Essential Oil
Tayun Davik טיון דביק
2.5ml size (poured into 5ml bottle)
Botanical Name:Dittrichia viscosa
From: Flower and leaf
Country of Origins: Israel
Color: Dark Green
Scent Profile: Strong fresh green herbaceous, sweet, camphor spice. Sticky pourable oil which can also be semi-solid in cold temperatures.
Also known as Job’s Oil (Rara Ayub), Israeli Balm Leaf,Sticky Tayun, Judean Inula, and Inula Viscosa
From Wild Harvested Flowers and Leaves of Dittrichia viscosa from Rimon Farm extracted by natural ethanolic extraction of the concrete, it is produced from fresh and dried flowers and leaves put to soak in organic ethanol hexane free and then recharged with new flowers and leaves for several weeks and then are strained, then put in a high-pressure vacuum crucible machine, and hours later you have a dark green stunning absolute essential oil. Batches are small and oh-so-amazing.
We first introduced this extract into our line in 2008. It has grown to be a favorite among Israelis, Europeans, and Americans to treat over 40 different ailments. This oil is natural ethanolic extracted much like the way our Blue Lotus and Chaparral absolute is extracted. Topical application only!
Sweaty Feet, Respiratory, Blood Sugar, Blood Pressure, Wound Care, Skincare, Skin discolorations, Psoriasis, Eczema, Joint and Bone Pain, anti Fungal properties, Anti Bacterial properties, Anxiety/Stress, and Inflammation.
Properly dilute before us and massage into pulse areas or areas of the body in stress and need of relief.
Blends Well With: Angelica Root, Bay Laurel, Black Spruce, Cedar Atlas, Eucalyptus Globulus, Eucalyptus Radiata, Balsam Fir, Douglas Fir, Silver Fir, all Frankincense species, Ginger, Helichrysum, Hyssop Lavender, Lavender Spike, Lemon, Lemongrass, May Chang, Peppermint, Ravintsara, Rosemary Cineol, Rosemary Verbenone, Sage, Spearmint, Tea Tree, red Thyme, Thyme Linalol, Tulsi.
Extracted leaves and flowers of Inula Viscosa plant (tayun davik) from the garden of Rimon Farm in Israel. Inula Viscosa, also known as Israel Balm Leaf, Faux Yellowhead, and strong-smelling Inula is desired in both tincture, Essential Oil and and infused oil. In the State of Israel, it is known by its name,Tayun davik or Sticky Tayun or Rara Ayub -Job’s oil.
The plant grows wild in the land of Israel from north to south of the country. It is a perennial shrub of the Asteraceae family that is found in most of the Mediterranean basin. This medicinal very aromatic species has spreading branches and toothed leaves that have a sticky resin. It blooms with small yellow flowers to produce tiny achenes.
It’s an aromatic plant that has a strong smell of grassy yet slight camphor when picked fresh. The leaves and stems of the plant have a sticky resin, and the plant will bloom with small yellow flowers, especially during winter. It is one of the few food sources available to honey bees in the wintertime, which is another reason it is so highly regarded by the Israeli people. Perfect for Arthritis pain and deep joint /muscle pain.
Natural oil with additional antioxidant benefits. This Extract is extracted from the resin sticky leaves and flowers that the plant uses to protect itself from attacks by fungi, insects, and bacteria. The preserving qualities of the extract, the result of its anti-fungal and anti-bacterial properties.
Some additional research here
The plant is mentioned in the Bible, the prophet Job איוב
used freshly harvested Inula viscosa branches to treat his pain and sores. The plant is called “rara ayub” in the Bible found in the book of Job and the name is still used by local Israelis today. See Job 29:6.
Beekeepers in Israel use the fresh leaves in the field to treat bee stings.
In ancient texts and commentaries, it is mentioned as a treatment for toxic snake bites.
Utilizing the Ancient power of Nature’s Essence to bring balance your Spirit, to heal the body, and awaken the mind. ~Rambam (Jewish Doctor and Mishna Sage in Cairo’s Jewish community 1135-1204 BCE)
ויעש את־שמן המשחה קדש ואת־קטרת הסמים טהור מעשה רקח׃
“And he made the Moshiach shemen (oil) and the pure Ketoret of sweet b’somim (spices), after the art of the perfumer.” ~Shemos 37:29 (Exodus)
Suggested not to be used by women who are pregnant and or breastfeeding. A word of Caution, purchase sample size before the purchase of a larger size. Some people are sensitive or anyone that has an allergy to Inula Viscosa Oil.