Articles on Essential Oils

Whoever gave the name to this plant must have been aware of an immensely powerful, truly celestial energy hidden behind ...
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Anise (Pimpinella anisum) is an old healing plant of the Mediterranean, already used by the Egyptians, Greeks and Romans against ...
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Basil derives its name from the Greek word “Basileus” which means “king” emphasizing its fabulous rank among other plants in ...
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Bergamot essential oil, as a Citrus oil, is a magician of the Sun. Its fragrant beauty is created by a ...
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Black Cumin or with its Latin name Nigella Sativa belongs to the crowfoot plant family (Ranunculaceae). In Arabic the plant ...
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Cardamom is a perennial plant and grows up to 2-3 metres in height. It has white flowers with reddish stripes ...
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Earthy, musky, a summer meadow of secret scents and yet light and sweet: Clary Sage, called “the good one” by ...
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We are already heading towards winter... Temperatures are falling, the days are becoming shorter and the trees in the forest are ...
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Airy and light, refreshing outside, warming inside, a mighty oxygenizer drying out dampness and cold, Eucalyptus means freedom, vitality, and ...
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Frangipani (Plumeria alba) is a genus of flowering plants in the Apocynaceae family, containing seven or eight main species of ...
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The botanical name of Chamomile ‘matricaria’ contains the latin word ‘matrix’ in its botanical name – meaning ‘caring for the ...
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The name Ginger stems from the Sanskrit word "shringan" meaning "horn of a dear". It refers to the special form ...
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The subtle floral notes of this precious and rare oil have nothing comparable in aromatherapy. Let us look at a ...
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Allein das Wort Jasmin ruft ein warmes, exotisches und geheimnisvolles Gefühl hervor. Und wenn man sein Aroma erlebt, sei es ...
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Jasmine, beautiful sweet relaxing Jasmine...! The very word Jasmine summons up a warm, exotic and mysterious feeling. And when you ...
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Native from the "Seat of the gods", the Himalayas, Spikenard, since thousands of years, is one of the most sacred ...
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India can be considered lucky to possess a great treasure of aromatic plants - many of which have not been known ...
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Balm or Lemon-Balm was introduced to the monastic gardens in Europe by Charlemagne in the early 9th century. The plant ...
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The Lotus flower was well known in Old China long before Indian monks spread Buddhism in the country. Many old ...
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The legendary precious Myrrh oil (Commiphora myrrha), derived from sun-charged tropical resins, is used since Antiquity in sacred rites and ...
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The Neem tree (Azadirachta indica) is a tropical evergreen tree native to India, Pakistan, Bangladesh and Burma. It belongs to ...
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The tender white blossoms of bitter orange trees yield a very precious essential oil of a fresh-sweet, angelic fragrance that ...
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One cannot be indifferent to the fragrance of this one-of-a-kind essential oil. Patchouli is an amazing oil that brings you ...
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Among all the aromatic treasures offered by Nature, there is a pearl with countless benefits: Ravintsara (Cinnamonum camphora). Known as ...
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Mankind has given to the Rose the name 'Queen of the Flowers' – and this is certainly not a misnomer ...
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The genus "Artemisia" belongs to the Asteraceae family – the "star blossomers" (lat. "aster" = star), so called because of ...
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Artemisia annua, also called "Sweet Wormwood", is another amazing medicinal herb from the Artemisia genus. Extracts of Artemisia annua have ...
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The scent of Vanilla takes us on a journey to the various tropical islands of the Indian Ocean. Specifically Madagascar ...
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This herbal grass with its Latin name Vetiveria zizanoides is a strong, resistant and aromatic plant native to south India, ...
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Yarrow, with its botanical name Achillea millefolium, is a perennial medicinal plant popular throughout Europe. The Latin name goes back ...
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The “flower of flowers” as it is called sometimes has its firm place today in modern aromatherapy and perfumery. According ...
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