Search

Subscribe to E-list

Total in cart: 
 
Essential Oils from Indian Spices

Cinnamon Bark Essential Oil, organic, steam distilled, 5 ml.

Cinnamon Bark Essential Oil, organic, 5 ml.

Cinnamomum burmannii

Source: Indonesia

Cinnamon is often used as a bactericide or for lowering blood sugar. It is also antifungal and antimicrobial. It is irritating and should not be used on skin; however, it can be used to purify air and reduce risks from airborne pathogens. It can also be used as a flavoring or to relieve abdominal bloating and flatulence. It combines exceptionally well with orange essential oil.

Bioethika, $



Clove Bud Essential Oil

Clove Bud Essential Oil, organic, 5 ml

Syzygium aromaticum

Source: Madagascar

Clove bud oil is most commonly used for tooth aches but is very antimicrobial and antifungal. It is an excellent respiratory and cardiovascular aid. There is some research suggesting it normalizes thyroid function. If diluted (1% essential oil), clove oil can be used on the skin for acne, warts, scars, and parasites. It blends well with basil and cinnamon as well as lavender.

Bioethika, $



Coriander Seed Essential Oil, unsprayed, 5 ml.

Coriandrum sativum

Source: USA

There is abundant research on the use of coriander seed essential oil for serious liver conditions and cancer, but the traditional uses are digestive. The oil is both fungicidal and larvicidal. It is also antimicrobial. Its use goes back at least 3000 years.

Bioethika, $



Geranium Essential Oil, organic, 5 ml.

Pelargonium graveolens

Source: Egypt

Geranium has a very sweet floral aroma, almost like roses. It is a tiny bit astringent and is often used topically for skin regeneration. It has an action on the adrenal cortex and is therefore a little stimulating. This effect promotes improved circulation. It is often used in combination with other oils to reduce cellulite or promote hair growth. It is also used topically for athlete"s foot and other fungal infections, such as candida. Internally, it acts on the liver and pancreas. It blends very well with many other oils, including all the members of the ginger and citrus families.

Bioethika, $



Ginger Essential Oil, CO2 processed rhizome, 5 ml.

Ginger Essential Oil, CO2, 5 ml

Zingiber officinale

Source: Nigeria

Ginger has very specific aromatherapy uses that are quite different from culinary and other medicinal uses. For instance, ginger is regarded as an aid to recovering memory. It is, of course, stimulating, but it is also grounding. It is anti-inflammatory and has pain relieving properties. Ginger blends well with frankincense and lemon as well as peppermint and even tea tree.

Sacred Medicine Sanctuary, $



Lemongrass Essential Oil, organic, 5 ml.

Lemongrass Essential Oil, organic. 5 ml.

Cymbopogen citratus

Source: Indonesia

Lemongrass is often used for skin toning and to balance the central nervous system, but studies suggest it is one of the better antifungal oils. It can be used for athlete's foot and makes a good insect repellent. It is also used to relieve symptoms of jet lag. Tiny amounts can be taken internally to stimulate digestion and relieve flatulence. It combines exceptionally well with lemon or tea tree essential oil.

Bioethika, $



Ecocert Steam Distilled Nutmeg Essential Oil, 5 ml.

Nutmeg Essential Oil, Ecocert, 5 ml.

Myristica fragrans

Source: Indonesia

Nutmeg has a reputation for being an aphrodisiac but it is also larvacidal and antiparasitic. It is carminative and aids digestion as well as elimination. Because Nostradamus used nutmeg to induce trance, nutmeg has often been used as a mental tonic as well as aid to altered states of consciousness. Nutmeg combines well with other oils from spices, such as cloves and ginger, as well as other mental oils like rosemary.

Bioethika, $



Turmeric Essential Oil

Turmeric Essential Oil, 4 ml.

Source: India

, $



Turmeric Essential Oil, Ecocert, 5 ml.

Curcuma longa

Source: India

Turmeric essential oil is an antioxidant with probable antitumoral properties, especially with uterine cancers. It is used externally for wound cleansing and as an insect repellent. Internally, it has an action on digestion and on the gall bladder and may support expulsion of parasites. Though relaxing, it can also increase libido. It combines well with other members of the ginger family as well as citrus oils and ylang ylang. The aroma is very similar to the culinary spice. It is sacred to Durga.

Bioethika, $


       
 
Diffuser


Diffuser


This diffuser is imported from Europe and is very beautifully made by experts in the field of essential oils. The unit works on 110v but arrangements can be made to supply 220v units to those who require this.

 

The recommended use is three minutes at a time and should not be exceeded. The diffuser is filled by removing the stopper at the top. It can be cleaned with alcohol.

Only pure, therapeutic grade essential oils should be use in this unit. It is also not intended for diffusion of heavy resinous oils such as myrrh and frankincense.

$