The costus oil is native to India, Malaysia and Guyana, is a herbaceous perennial costus whose height can reach fifty centimeters. Its leaves are oval velvety and are usually arranged in a spiral around the stem. They contain stripes of dark or light green color and sometimes have silver or reddish stripes on the back.
Costus is one of the most important pillars of traditional medicine. Indeed, its benefits are numerous: costus contains helinine and benzoate acid which have a microbicidal effect for bacteria, hence its efficacy in the treatment of the tonsils, inflammation of the uvula, and inflammation of the pharynx. It dries phlegm and is against the common cold. Its infusion is beneficial for poisons, liver failure and gastritis. Also, it stops the pain of pleurisy and removes freckles. This plant is also advantageous for hemiplegia (paralysis of half the body) and the poison of the serpent. It cures the common cold by inhaling its vapor. It facilitates the rules as well as the emission of urine.
The combination between the suction cup and costus contains an important secret of the fact that the costus contains benzoate acid has a role in sterilizing the tool used to make the cup, and in the prevention against the appearance of scars that result.
Take one teaspoon a week as a preventive, and a teaspoon per day at the onset of flu symptoms. In the morning on an empty stomach preferably