From the leaves and flowers prepared ekchyma with emollient, antibiotic, efidrwtikes and slightly narcotic properties. Flu, sedative and antibiotic.
Derived from the distillation of the flowers of the shrub Jasminum officinale.It is, along with the attar, one of the most precious essential oils. For a pound of oil must be collected 8 million flowers before dawn.
Obtained by steam distillation from the fresh flowers of the plant Cymbal odorata. This plant is known as a flower of flowers. The essential oil has a sweet, sensual, exotic aroma relaxes the mind and stimulate the senses.
Obtained by steam distillation of the water impregnated wood chips and plant Aniba rosaedora. It has a very pleasant sweet aroma and is used for flavoring properties
Obtained by steam distillation of the dried leaves of the plant Pogostemon patchouli. The aroma is penetrating and powerful. Added to the bath and relaxes, refreshes the mind. Relieves stress.
Obtained from the flowers of the plant Citrus aurantium Amara (Neratzia) by steam distillation. The most common use is in the Water-of-Neroli (rose water). To Neroli oil are among the most effective essential oils with sedative and antidepressant properties.
Herb known for thousands of years. Mentioned by Theophrastus in the 3rd century BC. as "farmakao" (medicine) for asthma. The name comes from the Greek and means sweet root, said natural flavor. It is said that Napoleon masoyse licorice pieces Contains substances that resemble estrogen like Sage. In Chinese medicine herb that…
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