100% Pure Tagetes Oil (Tagettus) 4 Oz..Packaged in an amber glass bottle100% Therapeutic Grade Pure Essential Oil. Steam Distilled. Tagetes, commonly known as marigold, is native to South America and Mexico but is now widely cultivated throughout the world. It has been used by Indian, Chinese, and South American cultures. Tagetes was regarded as the flower of the dead in pre-Columbian Mexico, similar to the lily of Europe. In Nepal, marigolds are found in nearly every household during the Tihar festival. Tagetes is renown for its potent antifungal properties, helping to heal and close weeping wounds. It is also used to relax sore muscles and is an effective insect repellent. ...
Tagetes lucida is a half-hardy sub-shrub native to Mexico and Central America. It is eaten as an herb and is commonly used as a substitute for tarragon. The leaves have a tarragon-like flavor, with hints of anise. Common names include Mexican marigold, peric?n, Mexican mint marigold, Mexican tarragon, Spanish tarragon, and Texas tarragon. Mexican Tarragon is a perennial growing to 0.8 m (2ft 7in) by 0.4 m (1ft 4in). It is in flower from August to September. The flowers are hermaphrodite (have both male and female organs) and are pollinated by insects. Tagetes lucida was used by the Aztecs in their ritual incense known as Yauhtli.
Tagetes Essential Oil 50ml - 100% Pure Botanical Name: Tagetes minuta Plant Part: Flowering Herb Extraction Method: Steam Description: Tagetes is known in Africa as Khakibush. It now also grown in France and North America. Tagetes is essentially a weed with deeply divided, dark green leaves with numerous ornamental yellowish-orange carnation-like flowers. Colour: Reddish Amber Consistency: Medium Note: Top Strength of Aroma: Medium Blends well with: Tagetes blends well with Juniper, Lavender, Pine, Geranium, Sandalwood, Jasmine, Frankincense and all Citrus oils. Aromatic Scent: Tagetes is easily classified as sweet, fruity and almost citrus-like. History: After the Boer war in South Africa, Australian troops brought plants to their native land where it grew profusely.
A member of the Marigold family, Tagetes minuta is an erect, annual herb with up to 5 yellow-orange ray florets and 10-15 similarly colored disk florets per bunch. It is native to the temperate grasslands of Argentina, Chile, and Peru, but spread overseas during the Spanish Conquest to Europe, Asia, Africa and Hawaii. Plant Part Used Flowering plant Extraction Method Steam distillation Aroma Strong. Fruity with a touch of mint. Benefits Helps ease stress and tension while lifting the spirit. Soothing and tranquilizing. Blends Well With Bergamot, Citrus oils, Clary Sage, Jasmine, Lavender History of Tagetes Sometimes called the Southern marigold, Tagetes minuta?s brightly colored flowers bring the warmth of the sun to life. Gardeners often use this as a decorative boundary plant where it is traditionally believed to protect the home from evil. It is used as a condiment for popular rice dishes in Chile and Argentina and is so highly prized that people collect enough to last them throughout the winter months. The Mayans and Aztecs used it traditionally for head discomfort and to ease unsettled nerves. Using Tagetes Oil All essential oil blends are for aromatherapy use only and are not for ingesting! Southern Marigold Feel the sweet soothing kiss of delicate, fragrant petals on your cheek with this warming blend. 2 drops Tagetes Oil 3 drops Ylang Ylang Oil 3 drops Lavender Oil Orange Sunrise This simple recipe will relax your sense with luscious notes of citrus. 3 drops Tagetes Oil 6 drops Orange Oil 4 drops Tangerine Oil Aromatherapy Uses Bath & Shower Add 5-10 drops to hot bath water, or sprinkle into shower steam before getting in for an at-home spa experience. Massage 8-10 drops of essential oil per 1 ounce of carrier oil. Apply a small amount directly to areas of concern, such as muscles, skin, or joints. Work the oil