Essential Oils

  “We look at  the mirror every morning, but seconds after, we forget completely how we are … “ Essential Oils are active constituents that act on several systems: lymphatic, immunological, cardiovascular, digestive, respiratory and genitourinary. They are extract normally by distillation of flowers, leaves, bark, and seeds of aromatic plants. They are highly concentrated and should be Read More

Basil – Essential Oil

  Latin name: Ocimum Cannum Family: Labiatae Purchasing Guide: Colour: Pale yellow liquid Viscosity: Watery Aroma: Sweet, spicy, fresh aroma Origin: Egypt, Madagascar, Spain, Italy Methods of Extraction: steam distillation Chemical constituents: Methyl Chavicol: 71% to 76% & Linalool: 15% to 23%, limonene, camphor, methyl cinnamate and linalool. Main uses: Basil oil is a vital ingredient of Ayurvedic medicines. Ocimum Cannum has a Read More