Camphor Essential Oil

€6.81
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Camphor essential oil (Cinnamomum camphora) is traditionally used in cases of rheumatic pain, muscle pain, indigestion and respiratory problems such as asthma and bronchitis. It also has antiseptic properties.
Main constituents: camphor, 1,8-cineole, safrole.
PRECAUTIONS IN THE USE OF ESSENTIAL CANCER OILS:
The internal use of this essential oil is inadvisable, since it contains safrole, a component potentially carcinogenic.

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  • 10ml
  • 100ml
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Ylang-Ylang Essential Oil I

€16.70

The distillation of ylang-ylang (Cananga odorata) is done in stages, resulting in oils with different qualities (complete, extra and grades I, II and III). The essential oil that we commercialize in biological mode is extra and the conventional one is grade I. The biological essential oil is thus more suitable for use in aromatherapy and this for use in perfumery and cosmetics.
Main constituents: germacrene D, benzyl acetate.
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Rosemary Essential Oil

€7.63

Rosemary (Rosmarinus officinalis) is a shrub from the Mediterranean coast. Among the activities of its essential oil we highlight its analgesic action by inhalation and anti-inflammatory.

Main constituents: 1,8-Cineole (41.3%), camphor (14.2%), α-pinene (13.3%).

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Grapefruit Essential Oil

€6.10

A Grapefruit (Citrus maxima), also known as Pomelo or Grapefruit in English. It has properties like stimulation of the lymphatic and imonulógico systems. Thus it reduces cellulite and prevents colds and flu.

Citronella essential oil

€6.57

Citronella (Cymbopogon winterianus) is mostly cultivated in Sri Lanka, hence its name. Its essential oil is a recognized insect repellent. In vitro tests also indicate that it has activity against Gram-positive bacteria and fungi. Its distinctive aroma also makes it an interesting ingredient for the production of perfumes and soaps. Thanks to its properties, it is also incorporated into various insect repellent products.
Main constituents: geraniol, trans-methylisoeugenol, camphene.
PRECAUTIONS IN THE USE OF ESSENTIAL CITRONELLON OIL:
Avoid during pregnancy.

Vetiver Essential Oil

€24.03

This essential oil is obtained from the roots of the Vetiveria zizanoides plant. It is an oil with relaxing properties, very valuable in perfumery, where it is used as fixative. It has a strong woody scent, the earth.
Main constituents: khusimol (10.5%), isovalencenol (10.0%), α-vetivone (3.7%).
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Mandarin Essential Oil

€5.35

Smaller than orange, tangerine (Citrus reticulata) is currently cultivated around the world. Its fruit, mandarin, is a citrus fruit slightly flattened at the ends. It is from its bark, by cold pressure, that the essential oil is extracted. Essential oil is traditionally used as a stimulant of the digestive system and lymphatic circulation, as well as to calm nervous tension.
Main constituents: limonene, γ-terpinene.
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Geranium Essential Oil

€7.75

Geranium (Pelargonium graveolens) is a plant native to South Africa and widely cultivated in Italy, China, Egypt, Spain, France, Morocco and Japan. These constituents are used in perfumery and also in the insect repellent industry. The oil has the ability to reduce oiliness of the skin and is therefore widely used in the cosmetic industry. It has antiseptic, anti-depressive, anti-inflammatory and diuretic capabilities.
In aromatherapy is used in the fight against acne, cellulitis, tonsillitis, depressions, sore throats, kidney problems and insect repellent. Scientific research also suggests anxiolytic properties.
Main constituents: Citronellol, geraniol.
PRECAUTIONS IN USE:
Do not use during pregnancy, nor by people with hypersensitive skin.

Lemon Essential Oil

€6.25

Lemon (Citrus limon) is a citrus fruit originating in Southeast Asia, having been introduced in Europe by the Arabs. Lemon essential oil has anxiolytic, antidepressant and analgesic capabilities.
Main constituents: Limonene, β-pinene, γ-terpinene.
PRECAUTIONS ON THE USE OF ESSENTIAL LEMON OIL:
May irritate sensitive skin. May cause photosensitivity.
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Bergamot essential oil

€13.68

The bergamot, similar to a small orange of yellow color, is cultivated in the region of Calabria. Its name comes from the city of Bergamo in Italy, because it was there that its oil was originally marketed in Europe from Morocco. Bergamot essential oil has been described as having relaxing action in aromatherapy as well as analgesic and neuroprotective capabilities.
Main constituents: Limonene, linalyl acetate, linalool.

PRECAUTIONS IN THE USE OF BERGAMOT ESSENTIAL OIL:
May irritate sensitive skin. May cause photosensitivity.

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Sandalwood Essential Oil

€6.35

The essential oil of Amyris or Sandalwood (Amyris balsamifera), is extracted by the distillation of the wood of this species. Scientific papers reveal that essential oils have anti-inflammatory and analgesic properties. In the industry it is used as fixative of aromas in perfumery.

Constituents: β-sesquiphellandrene, elemol, 10-γ-eudesmol, γ-eudesmol, valerianol, α-eudesmol, 7-α-eudesmol and β-eudesmol

Tea Tree Essential Oil

€7.95

The tea tree is a plant of Australian origin that was used by Aborigines for the treatment of respiratory problems. Tea tree essential oil is used as a cutaneous antiseptic because of its bactericidal and fungicidal properties. It is applied in the treatment of acne and to heal cuts and insect stings. Its topical use may also be useful in the treatment of vaginal infections.
Main constituents: 4-terpineol (38.0%), γ-terpinene (20%), α-terpinene (9%).
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Cajepute essential oil

€5.12

The cajepute is a natural tree from Australia. It is the same botanical genus of the tea tree, although its essential oil has a different chemical composition. It is also a good antiseptic, suitable for respiratory and skin diseases. However, oils very rich in 1,8-cineole can affect the central nervous system and cause respiratory problems in children, so its use at this stage is inadvisable. In addition to the antiseptic properties, cajepute essential oil has spasmolytic, anti-inflammatory activities, and may be useful in the case of colic or arthritic pain.
Constituents: 1,8-Cineole, α-terpineol, limonene.
PRECAUTIONS IN USE:
It should not be given to children. Although contraindications are not documented, its use should be avoided during pregnancy.

Orchid Essential Oil

€8.61

Orchid essential oil is known for the rejuvenating and soothing action of the skin due to its antioxidant properties, anti-inflammatory and cellular regeneration. It is mainly used in perfumery and cosmetics, characterized by its sweet and soft floral aroma.

Marjoram Essential Oil

€11.07

The marjoram (Origanum majorana) is an herbaceous plant, originating in the Mediterranean region. Its essential oil is traditionally considered soothing. It is even used in muscle pain, cramps and sprains.
Main constituents: 4-terpineol, γ-terpinene, linalool.
PRECAUTIONS IN THE USE OF ESSENTIAL OIL OF MANJERONA:
Overuse may cause drowsiness.
Do not use during pregnancy.
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