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The essential oil of lemon eucalyptus helps to preserve the comfort of the upper respiratory tract (throat, pharynx and vocal cords), thanks to its (…)
Still today an important part of Japanese culture, pine is a symbol of unshakeable strength forged throughout a lifetime because it often comes out (…)
The Greeks called lemons «medicated», because they were imported from Media, a region of Asia close to Persia. These «Apples of Medie» were mainly (…)
The Ravintsara, which literally means “good leaf”, would have been imported from Japan to Madagascar between the XVI and XVII Century.
The properties of this oil are: Digestive and hepatic tonic, Atmospheric sanitizer.
Common Lavender essential oil is known for its calming and soothing virtues. It appears as a real ally against sleep disorders and to promote sleep.
Thyme thymol essential oil preserves respiratory comfort. Purifying and fortifying, it protects against the cold in winter.
The essential oil of Eucalyptus globular, thanks to its purifying properties, preserves respiratory comfort. It is particularly useful in winter to (…)
Peppermint essential oil acts as a real digestive tonic. It promotes digestion by limiting bloating and flatulence. It is also known to fight against (…)
The odour of Citronella would ward off insects, especially mosquitoes.Topically, it also helps to stimulate blood circulation.
Holy basil, camphor, tropical... there are more than a hundred varieties of basil. It would be about 3000 years that basil is cultivated in Asia, but (…)
The leaves of the Tea Tree were discovered in Europe thanks to the English navigator James Cook around 1770 who found them in the New Zealand islands (…)