Scientific name: Mentha pulegium
Medicinal use: Pennyroyal peppermint essential oil has great benefits for cosmetics in general, it has healing, antiseptic, soothing and anti-inflammatory properties. It can be used to formulate, for example, soothing oils, antibacterial creams, healing ointments, antiseptic soaps.
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TurmericEssential Oil garden ₡1,700.00 Add to cart
Scientific name: Curcuma longa
Origin: SE India
Medicinal use: The calming benefits of turmeric oil can be used by taking a drop or two in a vegetarian capsule. Turmeric oil contains the chemical components ar-Turmerone and Turmerone. It contains components that help our bodies with the absorption of curcumin, a strong antioxidant and the main compound actually found in raw turmeric root and turmeric extract.
PachouliChinese, Essential Oil garden ₡1,900.00 Add to cart
Scientific name: Pogostemon cablin
Medicinal use: The dried leaves give 1.5 to 2.5 percent of essential oil rich in sesquiterpenes: patchouli alcohol (30-40%), is used as an antiseptic. The leaves are used. Also used in perfumery, cosmetics, soap. Serves For a simple and effective oral cleansing, try a Patchouli Mint mouthwash. Combining two powerful oils from the mint family, this rinse will give your mouth a rejuvenating cleanse that will leave your breath feeling fresh and clean.
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AngelicaChinese, Essential Oil garden ₡3,750.00 Add to cart
Scientific name: Angelica archangelica
Origin: Europe and Syria
Medicinal use: It is full of benefits and properties, it is carminative, expectorant, diuretic, antispasmodic, stimulant and stomach tonic. It is an effective remedy to treat cases of bronchitis, to calm the cough and for cases in which colds and flu are accompanied by fever. Because it is rich in essential oils with carminative properties, it comes in handy in case of gas, or intestinal colic, as well as to expel flatulence.
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Scientific name: Fevillea cordifolia
Origin: SW Mexico and Tropical America
Medicinal use: In Mexico they use the decoction of the bark against dysentery. The milky juice of the trunk is used in Colombia as a diuretic, antidisenteric and febrifuge. In addition, several scientific studies highlight its antibacterial properties and its use as a medicine to combat malaria or malaria. It has also been used as a remedy in cases of lung cancer, dermatosis, erysipelas, hepatitis, dropsy, jaundice, leprosy and rheumatism.
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