Alambika Tea Tree Organic Essential Oil
Botanical name : Oreganum vulgare
Quality : 100% natural essential oil
Cultivation : certified organic
Suitability as : Food
Scent note : head-heart
Plant part : plant
Origin : France
Main chemotypes : (INCI) carvacrol, linalool, thymol, paracymene, gamma-terpinene
Oregano oil has an energizing, revitalizing and centering effect on physical and mental exhaustion. Gives us resilience and gives us strength and stamina to keep going in situations that require our full commitment and courage. It gives us clarity and calm to distinguish important from unimportant situations and helps us to focus our energy on our most important priorities.
In aromatherapy, it is often used in cold mixtures to prevent illnesses, such as coughs, because it is said to strengthen the immune system and have an expectorant effect. For a clarity-creating, revitalizing, energizing atmosphere: Put 1 drop in your diffuser
ABOUT THE PLANT
Oregano belongs to the Lamiaceae family and is a wild relative of marjoram, which is also native to Central Europe. The plant is a sturdy, bushy, small shrub that reaches a height of about 90 cm. The multi-branched stem bears dark green oval leaves and the small flowers are white or pink. Oregano originally comes from Greece and is one of the Mediterranean spices. In the kitchen it is often used as an ingredient for pizza. In England, oregano was popular as an ingredient in snuff and as a perfume in sachets.
According to legend, Aphrodite, the Greek goddess of love and beauty, created the aromatic oregano to symbolize joy and planted the herb in her garden on Mount Olympus.
Although marjoram and oregano come from the same plant family, the ingredients and properties are completely different. Marjoram has a relaxing effect and oregano brings energy and strength.
The main ingredients are phenols, the effects of which are described as stimulating and promoting blood circulation, but also as antibacterial and antiviral, anti-inflammatory and pain-relieving.
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