Eucalyptus organic essential oil

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Eucalyptus (Eucalyptus globulus) is a tree native to Australia. Due to its antimicrobial activities, aromatherapy with eucalyptus essential oil is used in the treatment of respiratory tract infections.
Main constituents: 1,8-cineole (65.7%), α-pinene (19.9%).
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  • 10ml
  • 100ml

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Biological Essential Oil of Bergamot


The bergamot, similar to a small orange of yellow color, is cultivated in the region of Calabria. Its name comes from the city of Bergamo in Italy, because it was there that its oil was originally marketed in Europe from Morocco. Bergamot essential oil has been described as having relaxing action in aromatherapy as well as analgesic and neuroprotective capabilities.

Main constituents: Limonene (38.4%), linalyl acetate (28.9%), linalool (13.4%).

Precautions in the use of Bergamot essential oil: May irritate sensitive skin. May cause photosensitivity.

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Organic Thyme Essential Oil


Thyme is a sub-shrub of the Lamiaceae family. It has small, linear and lanceolate leaves and pink or whitish flowers. It is especially cultivated as a condiment and its essential oil. Thyme-rich Thyme (thymus zygis) essential oil is obtained by steam distillation. Scientific studies consider it a powerful antiseptic and it is used essentially as a disinfectant and in infections of the respiratory tract and throat. They also contain muscle-relaxing properties.
Main constituents: Thymol, Gamma-terpinene, P-cymene and Carvacrol.
It should be used very diluted as it can irritate sensitive skin.
We recommend its use by professionals only.
It should not be used during pregnancy.

Niaouli Biological Essential Oil


Niaouli is a persistent leaf tree native to Oceania. The essential oil of this plant is used in the treatment of respiratory, gynecological and urinary infections. It also has healing effect and is used in the treatment of acne. Scientific studies also suggest that it boosts the immune system.
Main constituents: 1,8-cineole (53.4%), α-pinene (7.7%), limonene (6.9%), α-terpineol (6.7%).
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Peppermint Organic Essential Oil


Peppermint (Mentha x piperita) is a perennial rhizomatous herbaceous plant native to Europe. Aromatherapy with mint essential oil induces improved memory while its internal use has action at the level of the gastrointestinal tract, namely in the irritable bowel syndrome.

Main constituents: Menthol (31.0%), mentone (28.9%), 1,8-cineole (5.5%), menthyl acetate (4.9%).

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Organic Essential Oil of Lemon-Fennel


Its lemongrass essential oil (Cymbopogon flexuosus) has anti-fungal properties and is used as a bio-pesticide in crop protection. It also has deodorizing properties and aromatherapy is considered to be relaxing and anti-inflammatory.
Its properties can be used for the preparation of massage oils, creams and lotions.
Main constituents: geranium (45.0%), mineral (32.6%), geraniol (4.8%).
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Orange Sweet Organic Essential Oil


The orange (Citrus sinensis) is a citrus fruit created in India, from the crossing of the grapefruit with the tangerine. Aromatherapy with orange oil reduces anxiety and relieves moderate symptoms of depression and stress.
These essential oils are obtained by cold pressing of the fruit peel, so it is possible to contaminate them by pesticides and other chemicals used in conventional agriculture. In addition, the use of these chemicals alters the composition of the essential oil, namely the amount of aldehydes, minor components which are still important in determining their quality.

Main constituents: Limonene (95.2%), myrcenene (1.9%), α-pinene (0.6%).
May irritate sensitive skin.

Rosemary Essential Oil


Alecrim (Rosmarinus officinalis) é um arbusto da costa do Mediterrâneo.
Entre as atividades de seu óleo essencial, sua ação analgésica por inalação e anti-inflamatória, sua ação analgésica por inalação e antiinflamatória.
Principais constituintes: α-pineno (22,6%), 1,8-cineol (18,0%), cânfora (17,5%), canfeno (7,8%).

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Biological essential oil of Black Pepper


Black pepper (Piper nigrum) is a plant native to Asia and is currently grown in tropical regions around the world. Its fruits, after being dried, are used in cooking as a seasoning. Its essential oil has recognized insecticidal properties and is used in aromatherapy for its stimulant, analgesic and expectorant properties.
Main constituents: E-caryophyllene (20.0%), Limonene (15.6%).
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Citronella Biological Essential Oil


The citronella of Ceylon (Cymbopogon nardus) is mostly cultivated in Sri Lanka, hence its name. Its essential oil is a recognized insect repellent. In vitro tests also indicate that it has activity against Gram-positive bacteria and fungi. Its distinctive aroma also makes it an interesting ingredient for the production of perfumes and soaps. Thanks to its properties, it is also incorporated into various insect repellent products.
Main constituents: geraniol (20%), trans-methylisoeugenol (9%), camphene (6%).
Avoid during pregnancy.
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Tea Tree Biological Essential Oil


The tea tree is a plant of Australian origin that was used by Aborigines for the treatment of respiratory problems. Tea tree essential oil is used as a cutaneous antiseptic because of its bactericidal and fungicidal properties. It is applied in the treatment of acne and to heal cuts and insect stings. Its topical use may also be useful in the treatment of vaginal infections.

Main constituents: 4-terpineol (43.0%), γ-terpinene (22.3%), α-terpinene (9.9%).

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Organic Essential Oil of Cravinho


The clove or clove (Eugenia caryophyllata) is a plant native to South-West Asia. The essential oil is obtained from the buds of its flowers, after dry, being constituted mainly by eugenol.With antiseptic, healing and analgesic properties, being widely used in dentistry.Described as a stimulant and considered aphrodisiac. It can be used in rheumatoid arthritis, muscle aches, mouth infections and sinusitis.
Constituents: Eugenol (76.7%), eugenol acetate (12.4%) and caryophyllene (8.4%).
Use in reduced quantities.
Do not use during pregnancy.
Do not apply in children or adults with respiratory allergies or hypersensitivity to this or other aromatic compounds.

Ylang Ylang biological essential oil


The plant Ylang Ylang (Cananga odorata) is native to Madagascar, its tree has an average size of 10-20m in height. Its leaves are dark green, about 20cm long and elliptical in shape. The flowers are yellow in tone with an intense fragrance and the fruits look like olives of dark green tone. The essential oil of ylang ylang is widely used in perfumery and cosmetics. It is considered an aphrodisiac, anxiolytic, anti-depressant. In aromatherapy is used for treatments of frigidity, impotence, high blood pressure, depressions and skin problems.
Main constituents: germacrene D + benzyl acetate (17.9%), linalool (10.4%).
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Biological essential oil of Geranium


Geranium (Pelargonium graveolens) is a plant native to South Africa and widely cultivated in Italy, China, Egypt, Spain, France, Morocco and Japan. These constituents are used in perfumery and also in the insect repellent industry. The oil has the ability to reduce oiliness of the skin and is therefore widely used in the cosmetic industry. It has antiseptic, anti-depressive, anti-inflammatory and diuretic capabilities.
In aromatherapy is used in the fight against acne, cellulitis, tonsillitis, depressions, sore throats, kidney problems and insect repellent. Scientific research also suggests anxiolytic properties.
Constituents: Citronellol (30.1%), geraniol (15.7%).
Do not use during pregnancy, nor by people with hypersensitive skin.

Biological essential oil of Fine Lavender France


A alfazema (Lavandula officinalis, syn. L. angustifolia) é um subarbusto da zona mediterrânica. A exposição ao aroma do seu óleo essencial induz uma acção ansiolítica e sedativa, enquanto a sua aplicação tópica diminui a percepção do stress.

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Cypress Biological Essential Oil


Due to its vasoconstricting and anticoagulant activities, the topical application of cypress essential oil induces a decrease in varicose veins and hemorrhoids. Cupressus is a tree native to the Middle East, used in Portugal for ornamental purposes.
Main constituents: α-pinene (48.4%), δ-3-carene (16.9%), myrcenene (2.9%), terpinolene (2.5%).
Flammable. Keep away from sources of ignition.
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