Obtained by steam distillation of the dried plant Thymus vulgaris. Used since ancient times as a medicinal and culinary plant, it increases appetite.
Obtained by steam distillation of the flowers and stems of the plant Rosmarinus officinalis. It is particularly stimulating and refreshing oil. Used for the relief of tired muscles and as cellulite (Cellulite).
Obtained by pressure of the shell of mature fruit of the plant Citrus limonum. About 3.000 lemons needed to prepare an essential oil kg. It is a very good astringent. Used in very oily skin and problems of youthful skin.
Obtained by steam distillation of dried fruit of the plant Juniperus communis. The fruits of the plant and used in the production Jin, giving the characteristic aroma and flavor.
CYPRESS OIL - KYPARISSELAIO
Obtained by steam distillation from the needles and twigs of Cypressus sempervirens. To cypress oil very good astringent and antiperspirant. Because of antiperspirant properties are suitable for footbaths.
The essential oil of cedar obtained by steam distillation from the wood of the plant Juniperus mexicana. It is known from antiquity. Refers, that Cleopatra used the cedarwood oil like perfume.
The achillea (or achillaia) It is often a bushy plant that grows at the edges of provincial roads mainly in Europe and the West with leaves that resemble those of the fern flowers come out in batches (pink or white) – From antiquity was popular herb for treating specific illnesses and injuries, Hence the narratives for the use of Achilles in…
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