This is a blend of Ravensara, Lemon, Peppermint, Eucalyptus Radiata, and Sweet Birch essential oils. This aromatherapy blend is useful in helping with congested breathing. One on my favorite essential oils to use for stuffy clients on the massage table. Just a drop or two clears clients up and allows them to relax and enjoy their treatment. Perfect for Spring allergies!
This is a blend of Clove Bud, Lemon, Cinnamon Bark, Eucalyptus Radiata, wild Rosemary essential oils. A powerful blend of natural immune system supporting oils with a sweet herbaceous aroma. A broad-spectrum anti-microbial and anti-viral blend. All these oils have shown anti-microbial activity in scientific studies.
Melissa (Lemon Balm) has been the subject of a great many studies in Europe for its antiviral effects, with perhaps the largest body of evidence of any essential oil. Its also considered one of the most uplifting aromatics, an action that can be very enhancing to the immune system. Melissa is a rare and precious oil with one of the most profound immunostimulant actions used in aroma-therapeutics. Thyme, Benchmark is also a very complex antimicrobial; Thyme essential oil was recently studied for the synergistic antibiotic action of its natural individual constituents. Ravensara, often prescribed for bronchial infections, shares many therapeutic actions with Eucalyptus. It is thought to be an even more effective anti-viral essential oil. Bay Laurel has been studied specifically for its effects against the SARS virus, and is a highly-complex essential oil, containing 7 of the 9 molecular classes found in essential oils. Lavender and Melaleuca ericafolia (also known as Rosalina or Lavender Tea Tree, a 'new' essential oil from Australia) are included for their positive effects on the immune system, as well as being broad spectrum antimicrobials. Pinus Sylvestris for it's antiviral properties of Pine essential oil.
This tested 100% pure essential. The chemistry of Lavender CO2 includes a wider array of natural aromatic molecules than that found in the steam distilled oils. The therapeutic properties will be similar, but may be even more broad. The cool distillation process of this Lavender CO2 results in an oil with a higher linalool-to-linalyl acetate ratio, because in the steam distillation process linalool is converted to linalyl acetate and the amount of linalool is decreased.