Silky Scents EO30-5ML Lime Essential Oil Citrus Aurantifolia 100 Percent Pure Therapeutic GradeIt is antiseptic antiviral astringent disinfectant insecticide restorative. Very stimulating in cases of apathy depression and anxiety. Eases coughs and chest congestion. Encourages appetite may assist in anorexia. Assists in treating alcoholism because of its disinfecting and detoxifying properties. Lime oil has extensive use in the body-care industry and forms along with Lavender oil a great deal of men's fragrances. Blends well with Bergamot Geranium Lavender 40/42 Rose Otto (Bulgarian) and Ylang Ylang I. Capacity - 5 ml.
This oil is an excellent choice to relax the nervous system while helping to clear the respiratory tract of fluid, mucous and pus buildup. Scent Characteristics: Rich, sweet balsamic, fresh and clean. Distillation Method: Steam distillation from the leaves and twigs. Common Uses: Scent Qualities & Properties: Antibacterial, Antiseptic, Antispasmodic, Astringent, Diuretic, Expectorant, Insecticide, Rubefacient, Sedative, Stimulant. Insect repellent, relaxes muscles.
All Frontier Bottled Spices are freshness dated, non-irradiated, safety sealed and feature a convenient shaker top for easy use. Used as an infusion, extract, tincture, poultice - and spice. Red Sage is a versatile gourmet spice. It is a favorite Italian meat and poultry flavoring, and is also used in rich, butter-based pasta sauces. Sage is an overpowering, somewhat bitter spice - useful for strong barbeque-type seasonings. Medicinally, Red Sage tea has traditionally been used for inflammations of the mouth, throat and tonsils, its volatile oils soothing the mucous membranes. The 1997 Commission E on Phytotherapy and Herbal Substances of the German Federal Institute for Drugs recommends Sage leaf for 'External: Inflammations of the mucous membranes of nose and throat. Internal:Dyspeptic symptoms, excessive perspiration.' 'Principal components of the essential oil, in addition to thujone, are cineol and camphor. In addition, the leaves contain tannins, diterpene bitter principles, triterpenes, steroids, flavones, and flavonoid glycosides.' 'Dosage: Internal: Daily dosage: 4 - 6 g of herb; 0.1 - 0.3 g of essential oil*; 2.5 - 7.5 g of tincture (according to Erg. B. 6); 1.5 - 3 g fluidextract (according to Erg. B. 6). For gargles and rinses: 2.5 g of herb or 2 - 3 drops of essential oil in 100 ml of water as infusion or 5 g of alcoholic extract in 1 glass water. External: Undiluted alcohol extract. 'Mode of Administration: Cut herb for infusions, alcoholic extracts and distillates for gargles, rinses and other topical applications, as well as for internal use. Also pressed juice of fresh plants. 'Actions: Antibacterial; Fungistatic; Virustatic; Astringent; Secretion-promoing; Perspiration-inhibiting.' *Essential oils must be used experimentally at first, in very small quanitites, to assure that there are no adverse reactions. It is very easy to overdose with these highly concentrated oils, and allergic reactions are possible. Grieve's classic 'A Modern Herbal': 'Stimulant, astringent, tonic and carminative. Has been used in dyspepsia, but is now mostly employed as a condiment.' 'In the United States, where it is still an official medicine, it is in some repute, especially in the form of an infusion, the principal and most valued application of which is as a wash for the cure of affections of the mouth and as a gargle in inflamed sore throat, being excellent for relaxed throat and tonsils, and also for ulcerated throat. The gargle is useful for bleeding gums and to prevent an excessive flow of saliva.' 'When a more stimulating effect to the throat is desirable, the gargle may be made of equal quantities of vinegar and water, ½ pint of hot malt vinegar being poured on 1 oz. of leaves, adding ½ pint of cold water.' 'The infusion when made for internal use is termed Sage Tea, and can be made simply by pouring 1 pint of boiling water on to 1 oz. of the dried herb, the dose being from a wineglas
It has been known to assist in promoting overall good health and for enhancing proper skin, respiratory, muscle and joint function. It is an excellent detoxifier and supports healthy skin. Scent Characteristics: Powerful, rich, honey-like. Distillation Method: Steam distillation of the flowers Common Uses: Flavoring, Scent, Aromatherapy Qualities & Properties: Antibacterial, Anti-inflammatory, Antiseptic, Antispasmodic, Astringent, Diuretic, Expectorant, Fungicide, Hepatic, Nervine, Sedative. Acne, boils, bruises, skin tone.