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Oregano Essential Oil 4 OZ Pure and All Natural Wildcrafted and 100% Pure and Natural Therapeutic Grade
Oregano is a member of the Labiatae family. Its name is derived from oreganos, meaning "joy of the mountains." Oregano is native to the Mediterranean and is a perennial plant with a strong aromatic scent. Oregano essential oil contains flavonoids, a powerful antioxidant and anti inflammatory compound. Oregano essential oil has strong antiviral properties, keeping infections and colds at bay. It also is an effective analgesic, meaning it reduces pain and discomfort associated with bruises, rheumatism, arthritis, ankylosis, insect bites and even toothache pain. Its exceptionally powerful anti-microbial properties aid in the prevention of infections and to eliminate fungi such as athlete's foot and lice infestation.
Rosehip Oil for Face, Nails, Hair and Skin From Majestic Pure - 100% Pure, Organic Cold Pressed Premium Rose Hip Seed Oil, 4 oz
Looking for a natural, but also effective, skin care oil? 100% PURE ROSEHIP OIL - ORGANIC - Cold pressed, fresh and high quality, no additives or fillers. Rose hip oil is extracted from the seeds and seed cases of a rose bush (Rosa Moschata or Rosa Canina). The oil from the plant contains retinol (vitamin A), vitamin C, and essential fatty acids. These combined nutrients make it a great skincare product, packed full of natural anti-oxidants. When these ingredients are put together they make an extremely beneficial moisturizer. Rosehip plant oil can be also used in body creams, lotions and massage oils. For topical use only. Safety Warning: ? For external use only. Avoid contact with eyes, keep out of the reach of children. If pregnant, consult with your health care provider before use. ? Rub a very small amount on the inside of your elbow area to test for any allergic reaction before use. Click the button at the top of this page to buy with confidence. [FDA Statement]: These Statements have not been evaluated by the food and drug administration. This product is not intended to diagnose, mitigate, treat, cure or prevent any disease.
Botanical Name: Santalum Spicatum Main Constituents: cis-?-Santalol: 29.06% cis-?-Santalol: 8.71% Plant Part: Wood Origin: Australia Processing Method: Steam Distilled Description / Color / Consistency: A medium, clear, pale yellow to golden liquid. Aromatic Summary / Note / Strength of Aroma: A base note with a medium aroma, Sandalwood is oriental and balsamic with a soft, sweet, rich, woody aroma. Blends With: Jasmine, Ylang-ylang, Rosewood, Patchouli, Vetiver and Rose. Product Abstract: Some thirty species of sandalwood occur throughout Asia, Australia and the Pacific region, six of which are native to Australia. This species is presently harvested in the Goldfields region of Western Australia, under strict controls. The evergreen is parasitic, burrowing its roots into nearby trees to gain sustenance for the first seven years, leaving the other to die. To produce oil this tree must be over 30 years old, preferably around 40-50 years when it has reached its peak for oil production. The high value of the wood and the oil has led to a steady decline of native sandalwood trees thus increasing efforts to establish plantations. Plant Guru sources the oil by ethical means, which includes state-sponsored auctions. Sandalwood originally comes from the Sanskrit word candanam, borrowed by the Greeks as sandanon. The documented use of Sandalwood goes back 4000 years to India, Egypt, Greece and Rome when many temples and structures were built with it. Because of over-harvesting, this practice has steadily decreased to the point where Sandalwood is now only used for its oil.
Botanical Name: Melaleuca Alternifolia Plant Part: Leaves Extraction Method: Steam Distilled Origin: Australia. Common Uses: Tea Tree Essential Oil is best known as a very powerful immune stimulant. It can help to fight all three categories of infectious organisms (bacteria, fungi, and viruses), and there is evidence that Tea Tree Oil massages prior to an operation may help to fortify the body and reduce post-operative shock. Used in vapor therapy, Tea Tree Oil can help with colds, measles, sinusitis and viral infections. For skin and hair, Tea Tree has been used to combat acne, oily skin, head lice and dandruff. As essential oils have become more accepted by the public, the use of Tea Tree has increased significantly. This can be readily evidenced by the commercial products now using Tea Tree Essential Oil. Consistency: Thin Note: Middle Strength of Aroma: Medium Aromatic Scent: Tee Tree Essential Oil has a fresh, antiseptic and medicinal scent. It also has characteristic mint and spice back-notes. Cautions: Tea Tree Essential Oil may cause dermal sensitization in some people. Do not take internally.
Clove Bud Essential Oil 10 ml (0.33 fl. Oz.) - GCMS Tested, 100% Pure, Undiluted and Therapeutic Grade
? Botanical Name: Syzygium aromaticum L. ? Main Constituent: Eugenol: 81.29%. Ever wonder where Clove Bud Essential Oil gets its properties from? ? Eugenol makes up 90 percent of the Clove Bud Essential Oil and provides potent antiseptic and anti-inflammatory properties. Eugenol also causes Clove Oil to have warming and stimulating properties making it a popular choice among aromatherapists. ? Plant Part: Buds. ? Origin: Indonesia. ? Processing Method: Steam-distilled. ? Description / Color / Consistency: A clear pale yellow to yellow liquid of medium consistency. ? Aromatic Summary / Note / Strength of Aroma: A middle note of medium aroma, Clove Bud Essential Oil smells like the actual spice. ? Blends Well With: Cinnamon Bark, Nutmeg, Citronella, Grapefruit, Lemon, Orange, Peppermint, Rosemary, and Rose. About Clove Bud: ? Clove Bud Essential Oil is derived from the slender evergreen that grows up to 12 meters in height (approximately 36 feet). ? At the start of the rainy season, long buds appear that change color over time and are beaten from the trees and dried. These are the cloves that are sold commercially. ? The word 'clove' comes from the Latin word clavus, meaning nail, because the shaft and head of the clove bud resembled an ancient nail. ? Cloves were among the most precious of spices of Europe during the 16th and 17th centuries, and were worth more than their weight in gold. They continue to be used in Ayurvedic medicine, traditional Chinese medicine, western herbalism, and in dentistry.