Friday Feb 03, 2023

Manuka Oil For Cyst

Manuka oil is an essential oil derived from the manuka tree. An essential oil is a powerful concentrated liquid derived from a plant. They have strong medicinal value to human beings. It can be from any part of a plant, tree or shrub. These essential oils can be derived from stems, leaves, barks, roots, fruits, seeds and flowers.

The manuka tree is found in Australia and New Zealand and has been used for many years by the manori people. The manuka oil is derived specifically from the leaves of the manuka tree. The process used to derive the manuka oil is distillation of the leaves with steam.

Manuka Oil Extraction with Steam Distillation

This method is most ideal because the leaves of manuka tree are very sensitive to high temperatures. The steam cannot damage the leaves and the oil extracted will be of great quality. The steam under a lot of pressure is passed directly to the leaves and the oil evaporates. The vapors are allowed to condense so that the oil can be obtained. The oil will separate from the water vapor. The two can be separated through decantation or any other preferred method.

Properties of Manuka Oil

  1. Antifungal-helps to clear fungal related infections
  2. Antibacterial-Prevents growth of bacteria in the body
  3. Cicatrisant-Promotion of new cell generation. This helps in fading scars and blemishes.
  4. Cytopyhlactic-Promotion of new cell growth.
  5. Antihistamine-Relieves persistent respiratory disorders.
  6. Anti-inflammatory-Relieves all kinds of inflammation in all parts of the body.
  7. Antiseptic-Helps in relieving redness and itchiness of the skin.
  8. Moisturizer-helps the skin to stay hydrated and healthy.
  9. Relaxant-Its great at aromatherapy thus helps relieve tension and stress.
  10. Antiallergy- Helps to relief allergic reactions.

 

Benefits of Manuka Oil

  • Healing skin disorders
  • Curing urinary tract infections
  • Cures bronchitis
  • Relieving back pains
  • Treating dandruff
  • Curing foot infections
  • Healing bites and insect stings.
  • It soothes the mind thus can cure depression.
  • Can be used as a deodorant.

Manuka oil can be used by adults and children since it has no documented side effects. However, pregnant and lactating women should not use this oil because of its spasmolytic effect.

In this section of the article I am going to explore how manuka oil can be used for various cysts.

What is a Cyst

A cyst is an abnormal closed pocket resembling a sac. It contains; fluid, air or semisolid substances and it has a membrane covering. A cyst can develop inside the skin or on the skin. A cyst can emerge in any part of the body. Cysts develop due to a number of factors namely:

  • Clogged ducts-they are caused by secretion of excess oil or mucus membrane.This will then lead to blockage. If the ducts are not drained it will become infected or develop a cyst.
  • Repeated inflammations-This is swelling on any part of the body. If the swelling doesn’t subside and is recurrent it is can cause a cyst. The inflammation can be painfull, stiff, or red .
  • Infections-Sudden increase of foreign organism in the body. This intrusion can be in on part of the body or spread throughout the body. There are many types of in infections.
  1. Bacterial infection
  2. Fungus infection
  3. Yeast infection
  4. Vaginal infection
  5. Urinary tract infection.
  • Genetics-hereditary genes we obtain from our parents. These genes can cause us to get cyst. Luckily most of these genetically induced cysts are not harmful.
  • Injuries-They are trauma induced wounds or fractures. They can be caused by external or internal forces.
  • Cell defects-During cell renewal and formation some cell may form abnormally due to birth defects or immunity problems. This can lead to cyst formation.
  • Abnormal growths-they are commonly referred as tumors. They are abnormal growths in various parts of the body.These tumors can at times be cancerous.

Types of Cysts and How to use Manuka Oil to cure

Epidermoid Cyst

This type of cyst is caused by accumulation of sebum. They occur mostly on the face, scalp and neck. This type of cyst is a hard filled lump which forms under the skin.

How to Cure Epidermoid Cyst with Manuka Oil

Topical application of the manuka oil will help the cyst subside since it has anti-inflammatory properties. Manuka’s oil cicastriant properties will help heal the scar that may occur after the cyst has healed.

Cystic Acne

This type of cyst is as a result of clogged pores due to bacteria, oil and dirt trapped under the skin .This type of cyst is painful. This kind of cyst is highly likely to cause scaring since the collagen tissue is damaged. It mostly occurs to people with oily skin, women with hormonal imbalance and teenagers. This type of cyst should never be popped. It can be drained only under the supervision of a medical profession. There are various kinds of cystic acne scars;

  • Boxcar shaped scars
  • Ice pick shaped scar
  • Atrophic scar

How to Cure Cystic Acne with Manuka Oil

Application of manuka oil in this type of cyst will heal it completely and leave no scar on the affected area. Due to its antibacterial properties it will inhibit bacterial growth on the skin. This will prevent more eruptions of the cystic acne. Its anti-inflammatory properties will help reduce the swelling .The bacteria dirt and oil contained in the swelling will degenerate. The sac will collapse completely and there is no likelihood of reoccurrence. Also all scars left by this cyst will heal since manuka oil has cytophylactic properties. It helps with cell renewal. Manuka oil should be applied directly on the cyst to enable it to penetrate the skin and fight the bacteria that causes the acne.

For cystic acne, use manuka oil in your entire daily facial cleansing routines. This will speed up the healing process. Add manuka oil in your daily washes, your facial scrub should contain manuka oil. This will help your face to remain moisturized.

Manuka oil is perfect to be used as a moisturizer since it won’t clog your pores.

Sebaceous Cyst

They are mostly confused with epidermoid cyst. They occur due to closed ducts filled with sebum. This cysts form inside the oil secreting glands. Unlike the epidermoid cysts they are less common.

How to Cure Sebaceous Cyst with Manuka Oil

Once manuka oil applied on this type of cyst its antibacterial properties act on this cyst and curb the bacteria .The cyst then heals and dries off completely.

Gaglion Cyst

This cyst occurs near or on a joint. They are jelly like since they are filled with fluid. It’s brought about by injury.

How to Cure Gaglion Cyst with Manuka Oil

Massage the manuka oil on the affected area. The anti-inflammatory properties will help heal this kind of cyst. You can also soak the joins affected in a weekly in the oil.

Ovarian Cyst

This type of cyst occurs to women of menstrual age. This kind of cyst develops when a sac like growth develops in or on the ovary. It may be due to fluid retention.

How to Cure Ovarian Cyst with Manuka Oil

Since manuka oil has anti-inflammatory. It will cure this condition when used persistently over a period of time. Topical application and weekly baths in the oil will act effectively on this cyst.

Breast Cyst

This cyst will occur due to water accumulation on the breast ducts .This kind of cyst vary depending on the fluid retained in the ducts. This cyst can be painful or painless depending on the pressure it exerts on the nerves.

How to cure Breast Cyst with Manuka Oil

Massaging manuka oil on the cyst regularly will heal it. Its anti inflammatory property will help to drain the fluid retained naturally. The antibacterial property of manuka oil will prevent this cyst from being infected by preventing bacteria growth.

Batholin Cyst

This cyst occurs when the vaginal opening swells and causes a lot of pain.Its mostly caused by infection.

How to Cure Batholin Cyst with Manuka Oil

Manuka oil will effectively heal this kind of cyst because of its antibacterial properties. This will prevent bacteria thriving here. Its anti inflammatory properties will heal it. The antiseptic properties of manuka oil will prevent the cyst from being itchy. This itchiness can cause the person a lot of discomfort. Manuka oil solves all this problems.

Barker Cyst

It is a swelling behind the knee .It is seen when a person bends the knee. Its hard and causes the leg to swell.

How to Cure Barker Cyst with Manuka Oil

Manuka oil will heal this cyst by using its anti-inflammatory properties. Massaging regularly on the cyst will heal it.

Chalazia Cyst

This swelling occurs on the eyelid and causes blurred vision. This cyst is mainly caused by blocked oil ducts on the eyes.

How to cure Chalazia Cyst with Manuka Oil

Application of manuka oil on this kind of cyst is very essential. It will prevent bacterial infection. It will cause the inflammation to end due to its anti-inflammatory benefits and even prevent scars from forming. This is because it promotes cell renewal.

Pilonidal Cyst

This type of cyst occurs on the middle parts of the buttocks. This occurs when hair and skin became entangled for a long period of time. This cyst is painless and most of this kind of cyst clears after some time even without medical attention

How to Cure Pilonidal with Manuka Oil

Application of manuka oil on this cyst not only does it clear them but also prevents recurrence. Manuka oil should be applied directly and massaged firmly on the cyst. Manuka moisturizing properties helps to keep skin hydrated and prevents debris from forming.

 

HOW MANUKA OIL SHOULD BE USED

Manuka oil should be used properly in order to obtain maximum benefits.

  • Manuka oil can be added in body washes and bathing oils. It is advisable to soak in a bathtub when using manuka oil to bath. This method when combined with topical application will reap great results.
  • For topical application, manuka oil can be combined with ointments. The ointment plus manuka oil are best used for massaging.
  • For the best results manuka oil should be applied directly on the cyst. This also known as topical application. Topical application should be done on legs, arms, temple, behind the ear, abdomen soles and ankle.
  • Manuka oil should not be diluted. However, a skin patch test should be done. If there is irritation, Manuka oil can be diluted. Manuka oil can be dilute with carrier oil and its effectiveness will still be immense. Good carrier oil is pure olive oil.
  • Manuka oil can be mixed with manuka honey and used as a scrub.
  • Inhalation-Manuka oil can be inhaled directly or through room diffusion. This essential oil is easily absorbed by the smell senses.
  • Manuka oil can be mixed with water and used as a mouth gargle. It should never be ingested.
  • Vapor inhalation. You mix manuka oil with very hot water and cover yourself with a towel on the bowl with water to inhale the vapor.

Uses of Manuka Oil

  • Elimination of infections. Fungal infection and bacterial infections.
  • Fading scars and blemishes.
  • Reduce swellings.
  • Relieving pain on the skin due to rashes, stings and bites.
  • Healing inflamed glands and tissues.
  • Moisturizing skin
  • Cell renewal and softening of the skin.
  • Decongesting pores of the skin
  • Skin brightening.
  • Tooth aches relieving by acting on sore gums after gargling with the oil.
  • It can be used as a deodorant through aromatherapy.
  • It aids to fight depression by calming an individual and uplifting the mood.

Manuka Oil Blending

Oil blending is the mixing of two or more essential oils. Oil blending helps the oil to give maximum benefits to the user of the oil. Oils have varied viscosity and scents. Some are more viscous and others are less viscous. Some oils are strongly scented and other oils have very mild scents.

These factors, viscosity and scents, are what determine what kind of oil will be blended. Oils that are thick are mixed with thin oil .This will help the effects of the oil that are very beneficial to last longer when used. Their effectiveness is also maximized when they are blended.

When blending oils it is advisable to use glass materials. Metallic utensils should be avoided at all costs. During the blending of essential oils you need to know which category your oils fall in.

Category of essential oils

  • Minty oils
  • Floral oils
  • Woody oils
  • Earthy oils
  • Camphor oils
  • herbaceous oils
  • citrus oils
  • spicy oils

 

Once you know which class your essential oil fall sin it will be easier to blend them. Oils should be mixed with the oils they fall in the same category in.

Manuka oil is woody oil. It can thus be mixed with; sandal wood oil, tea tree oil, thyme oil, sage oil, rosemary oil, chamomile oil and lavender oil.

Storage of Manuka Oil

Manuka should be stored in a dry and dark container. This dark container is to prevent a lot of light. It should be stored in a well sealed container and placed in a well ventilated room away from direct sunlight.

Manuka oil can stay for years without giving off an unpleasant smell. None the less over time it will lose its medicinal value due to oxidation. It’s therefore advisable to prepare just a small quantity to be used for a short period.

Manuka oil shelf life is also determined by the following factors;

  • Quality of the leaves used to get the oil.
  • Accuracy and equipment used during the steam distillation
  • Method used to store the oil
  • The bottling of the oil
  • Natural components of manuka oil
  • How the leaves were harvested from the tree.

Manuka shelf life can be increased by making sure there is no oxidation whatsoever. This can be achieved if the bottles are tightly closed. The oils can be refrigerated and stored away from direct sunlight.

CONCLUSION

Manuka oil is a great essential oil. In fact it is there is documented proof through scientific research to show this. Though this essential oil is little know it’s the best essential oil and has the most medicinal value.

Manuka oil is the most beneficial when applied directly to the affected area. Therefore, it is recommended that you usethis essential oil intensively for cyst before going under the knife. Ensure you get the best quality of manuka oil and read the labels properly to ensure the product you are using is great.

 

 

 

 

 

 

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