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Canadian Fleabane (Conyza canadensis) Essential Oil

Canadian Fleabane (Conyza canadensis) Essential Oil


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Canadian Fleabane (Conyza canadensis) Essential Oil

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Plant description

Latin Name : Conyza canadensis
English Name : Canadian fleabane
French Name : Vergerette du Canada, syn. : érigeron du Canada
Origin : Canada

History and Origin

Canadian fleabane is an annual plant growing south of 55th parallel, in every Canadian province, except for Newfoundland. It is now widely spread all over the planet. In Quebec, it is absent from various regions. Fleabane likes loose and well-drained soil. It often grows in vacant lots or burnt woods. Canadian fleabane is widely known by Native people. It is notably used as an antidiarrheal and antihemorrhagic after parturition (Blackfoot) as well as an analgesic against stomach pain (Chippewa). A salve can also be prepared with this plant to relieve painful joints. 


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Aromatherapy Data Sheet

Distilled Part : Aerial part
Extraction : Steam distillation
Main Components : Limonene, matricaria ester, trans-a-bergamotene, germacrene-D
Oil Characteristics : Yellow transparent liquid with a spicy aroma, both green and earthy.
Properties : Hepato-pancreatic stimulant+, antihemorrhagic, anti-rheumatic++, antispasmodic++, coronaro-dilatator, hormon-like++.
Indications : Hepato-pancreatic insufficiency+, coronaritis++, rheumatisms++, diarrhea, late puberty (in boys and girls)++
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Safety Data and Contraindications

  • Non toxic and non irritant.
  • No contraindication known under normal physiological doses.


Main components

Monoterpenes: Limonene (45 % to 70 %), myrcene (1 % to 5 %), beta-pinene (1 % to 5 %), alpha-pinene (0,1 % to 1 %), geranyl acetate (0,1 % to 1 %)

Sesquiterpene: Germacrene D (1 % to 5 %)

Documentation and References

  • FRANCHOMME, Pierre, Docteur PÉNOËL, Daniel, L’aromathérapie exactement, Éditions Roger Jollois.
  • MARIE VICTORIN, La Flore Laurentienne, Gaëtan Morin Éditeur.
  • LAWLESS, Julia, The Illustraded Encyclopedia of Essential Oils, Element.
  • MOERMAN, Daniel E., Native American Ethnobotany, Timber Press.