Cymene | Noun

sī′mēn′

  1. A terpene known for its anti-inflammatory effects. Cymene may be particularly useful in treating acute lung injuries. In addition to its presence in certain cultivars, cymene is found in essential oils such as anise, oregano, eucalyptus, coriander, and mace.

 

There is much to be said about the remarkable, world-famous Cymene, a natural, safe, and therapeutic health product. This highly recommended, all-natural, plant based lotion was developed by the esteemed Egyptian chemist, Professor Amarendra Ghosh. For generations, Egyptians have used Cymene to help maintain their youthful, healthy look. However, when a modern day Cymene user, Dr. Vincent Cassel, approached the company with his concerns over the negative side effects of Cymene’s use, the Cymene Company insisted that no adverse side effects had ever been reported in their long-standingstanding trials of this miracle plant.

The research team of the Cymene Company did confirm that the active ingredient in Cymene, N-Acetylglucosamine (NASG), was well tolerated by its users. This was something that surprised the researchers. When a large number of men and women were carefully studied, they found that there were few problems associated with the use of Cymene, and these included irritation or redness at the site of application, and slight discoloration of the skin. This can be easily remedied by washing with mild soap and water as soon as the application has been completed. Most of the reported cases of acne associated with the use of Cymene were actually caused by improper application of the lotion. Some users applied Cymene to the skin too thickly, which will sometimes result in the formation of a thin layer of oil on the skin, with little or no effect on the acne. Some people also get the appearance of blackheads and whiteheads, where there was none, because the cream is too thick.

The largest complication reported with Cymene use was that of gum inflammation, which causes a kind of swelling on the gum line. A small percentage of people may suffer from a sensitive reaction to the red wine extract that is naturally present in Cymene. Other problems were reported by users such as dryness of the lips, dry or chapped lips, skin eruptions, and burns of the skin.