VERBENA MOROCCO OIL
VERBENA MOROCCO OIL
Verbena oil is said to be a powerful anti-inflammatory and fever reducer
product. It is pale yellow to yellow liquid. This body oil is rich in
vitamin E and antioxidants, blended with natural essential oils for the
wellness of your body and mind.
Vetiver China Oil has a heavy, earthy fragrance similar to patchouli, with
a touch of lemon. It's fragrance is psychologically grounding, calming and
stabilizing, and may help to cope with stress and recovery from emotional
trauma and shock. This oil is diffuse, or apply topically, especially in a
soothing massage. It may be added to food or rice milk as a dietary
Vetiver Haiti Oil is the naturally occurring essential oil from the roots
of the Vetiver plant. The oil is recovered through the physical separation.
This oil is especially rich and heady, without the 'burnt' note. It has
musky, woody, vegetative with woody pine and sandalwood notes and perfume
rosy geranium nuances. Its odor is sweet and very heavy woody earthy,
reminiscent of roots and wet soil, with a rich backnote of precious wood
Vetiver Java Oil is obtained by steam distillation from the roots. This is
an excellent oil when a person needs help maintaining emotional equilibrium.
It is well known for its ability to center and ground, restore ones
connection with their roots, calm and at the same time restore. This would
make Vetiver an effective oil for those in the midst of trauma who may be
having severe anxiety and flashbacks. Vetiver is considered a safe oil being
non toxic and non irritant. Its scent is unique and may not be appealing to
Vetiver is widely used in the perfume industry as a fixative in perfumes.
Vetiver Essential Oil is very grounding and the aroma is very earthy. It
also has been documented to relieve shock, trauma and anxiety. It is used to
cure insomnia, anxiety, absentmindedness, acne, arthritis, ADD, ADHD,
attention deficit, autism, coma, depression, hyperactivity, joint stiffness,
Wintergreen essential oil is steam distilled from shrubs. This oil is
extensively used in pain relieving formulas, as its chemical makeup is
essentially that of liquid asprin. This is more popular with the people
suffering from rheumatism, arthritis, gout and pain in bones and joints due
to other reason
HIGH TUYONE OIL
The wormwood oil can be extracted from fresh wormwood leaves by steam
distillation for topical use in case of skin aberrations. By soaking
flowers, leaves, stems of wormwood in olive oil, vinegar, or water you can
prepare a concoction that can be rubbed on the skin in case of insect bites,
scrapes and sunburn.
LOW TUYONE OIL
The oil was fractionated on a silica gel column. This oil is mainly used as
a flavoring in vermouths, alcoholic bitters, soft drinks, deserts &
confectionery, also has some usage in cosmetics and perfumes as fragrance
Yarrow Oil is the dark blue essential oil, extracted by steam distillation
of the flowers. It is used for healing bruises, wounds, swellings, strains,
soft tumor-like growths, sciatica, rashes and skin irritations. It is also
used in Herbal Insect Repellent blends with other herbal oils and essential
oils. This oil can be beneficial to the nervous, genitourinary and digestive
systems, and can assist with skin care
Ylang Extra Oil is one of the most relaxing fragrances to both mind and
body. It also slightly lowers blood pressure and servers as a natural
antidepressant. Its scent is both stimulating and relaxing to brain waves.
It is good for all skin types, but especially those with combination skin.
An evening bath with ylang-ylang oil helps chase away daily tensions and
restore calm and balance. Ylang-ylang is very effective when applied before
shampooing to treat split ends.
1, II. Ill OIL
Ylang I, II, III Oil have a fairly heavy scent compared to lighter scented
oils, so they should be added carefully to a blend. Ylang ylang can easily
overpower less exuberant scents. The scent of ylang ylang, like jasmine and
rose, has long been considered an aphrodisiac. It is also thought to reduce
anxiety and perhaps even relieve depression.