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RosemaryCulinary Garden, Essential Oil garden, Medicinal Garden ₡2,550.00 Add to cart
Scientific name: Salvia rosmarinus
Medicinal use: Rosemary oil has antiseptic and antibiotic properties that allow it to fight bacteria. In this way, microorganisms are quickly eliminated from the wounds so that the dermis can regenerate. For this antibacterial property it is also used to make toothpastes. Thanks to its aroma, we can use it to relieve the symptoms of colds and flu by making steam with it.
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Ylang YlangEssential Oil garden ₡2,550.00 Read more
₡2,550.00SKU: 1025 Category: Essential Oil garden
Scientific name: Cananga odorata
Origin: Phillipines and Indonesia
Medicinal use: The fragrance of ylang-ylang is rich and deep with notes of gum and cream, and hints of jasmine and neroli. The essential oil of the flower is obtained by distillation of the flowers and they are separated in different degrees according to when the distillates are obtained. Ylang-ylang essential oil is used in aromatherapy. It is believed to improve hypertension, normalize sebum secretion in problem skin, and is considered an aphrodisiac.
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Oregano, MexicanCulinary Garden, Essential Oil garden ₡2,550.00 Add to cart
Scientific name: Lippia origanoides
Origin: Mexico and C America
Medicinal use: Within the medicinal action of oregano we can highlight that it is antialgic, digestive, antidiabetic, anticatarrhal, deworming, antiseptic, carminative, antitussive and bequic, emmenagogue, anti-inflammatory, estrogenic, tonic, antioxidant and expectorant. Oregano is also considered a tonic and has a digestive property.
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Verbena, Mint LemonEssential Oil garden, Medicinal Garden ₡1,900.00 Add to cart
Verbena, Mint Lemon
Scientific name: Lippia alba
Origin: Tropical America
Medicinal use: The essential oil of lemon/mint verbena, when extracted, contains a high concentration of powerful antioxidant components, including verbascoside, nerol, geraniol, and citral. This oil has multiple uses, whether for cleaning, in the kitchen, in aromatherapy and for massages. However, the most common use for the lemon verbena plant is in the form of tea.
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