Complex 25 PLUS - Specialized Complex Synergy of essential oils. These essential oils are extracted from plants.
Essential Oil - Balsam Fir (Abies balsamea) Balsam Fir is one of the typical trees to our Boreal Forests. The term "Balsam" refers to the soothing properties of certain plants on different problems.
Essential Oil Ylang-ylang Complete (Cananga odorata)
Atlas Cedar (Cedrus atlantica) Essential Oil Atlas cedar is a conifer from the Middle East and The Himalayas, acclimated to Europe.
Essential Oil Petitgrain (Citrus aurantium ssp. amara)
Bergamot Zest Essential Oil (Citrus bergamia)
Essential Oil Ravintsara (ct. 1,8-Cineol) Cinnamomum Camphora
Essential Oil - Ho Wood (Cinnamomum camphora) Hô Wood is the best alternative to rosewood, which is now a protected species due to overexploitation.
Essential Oil Cinnamon Cassia, Bark (Cinnamomum cassia) A cinnamon tree is slender and can reach 20 metres in height. Both its leaves and its bark contain essential oils. Highly antibacterial, cinnamon enters the preparation of mouthwash and toothpaste.
Essential Oil Lemon Zest (Citrus limonum) Lemon oil purifies and disinfects ambient air while helping in the elimination of undesired smells (food, smoke, tobacco, mold, etc.). It can be added to your laundry soap and to your all-purpose cleaner.
Essential Oil - Grapefruit Pink Zest (Citrus paradisii) It can be used to sanitize air and give a fresh scent in houses with nebulizers.
Essential Oil Mandarin Green Zest (Citrus Reticulata) Mandarin tree is small and presents simple leaves of a shiny dark green. It originates from Southeast Asia. Today widely known, it only came to Europe around the beginning of the 19th century.
Sweet Orange Zest (Citrus sinensis) Essential Oil Ancient small tree, that would be the result of the hybridisation between the grapefruit and the tangerine, cultivated in countries with hot climate, giving edible fruits: oranges.
Essential Oil - Palmarosa (Cymbopogon martinii) This perennial herb comes from South Asia, particularly India and Pakistan and it is cultivated for its oil. In diffusion, it is greatly appreciated for its pleasant scent and its antiseptic and antifungal actions.
Essential Oil - Clove Bud (Eugenia Caryophyllus) Clove tree is an evergreen, medium-sized tree native from the small volcanic islands of the Moluccas, Indonesia. Used in diffusion in small quantities associated with milder oils, it brings a warm smell and a spicy touch.
Essential Oil Eucalyptus Lemon-scented Gum (Eucalyptus citriodora) Eucalyptus are native to Australia and Tasmania. They dominate the Australian forests at 95 % with more than six hundred species. It is used in diffusion to repel mosquitoes.
Essential Oil Eucalyptus Blue Gum Crude (Eucalyptus globulus) Essential Oil Eucalyptus globulus essential oil is crude versus rectified Eucalyptus globulus.
Eucalyptus Essential Oil (Eucalyptus radiata)
Essential Oil Wintergreen (Gaultheria Fragrantissima) Wild wintergreen essential oil comes from plants harvested in a sound and sustainable manner. This pink colored oil has a softer and sweeter aroma than the same variety of organic essential oil.
Essential Oil - Juniper (Juniperus communis) Common juniper is largely distributed around the world. Ancient Greeks would burn it to fight epidemics. Incidentally, it was used in Germany (1856) during a cholera epidemic as well as in France (1870) to treat smallpox.
Essential Oil Lavandin Burnati Super (Lavandula Burnatii) Lavandin and True Lavender share the same origins and is the result of the hybridization of two lavenders, true lavender and wild lavender. It presents characteristics of both true lavender and spike lavender.
Essential Oil - Bay Laurel (Laurus nobilis) Bay laurel natively grows as a shrub around the Mediterranean Sea. Associated to the divinity of the Greeks Apollo, Romans, and Greeks used to crown their leaders and elite members with its leaves. The classic image of Jules Cesar is associated to laurel.
Essential Oil - Lavender Officinalis (Lavandula officinalis)
Essential Oil - Litsea Citrata In diffusion, mix litsea citrata with mandarin and lavandin super to create a happy and relaxed atmosphere. It can’t be diffused pure because a high concentration in the air can irritate eyes and facial skin. Don’t forget to dilute it!
Essential Oil Tea Tree, Narrow-leaved (Melaleuca alternifolia) Originally from Australia, tea tree is one of the most widely known medicinal aromatic plants.
Essential Oil Peppermint (Mentha piperita)
Essential Oil - Niaouli (Melaleuca quinquenervia) Because of its antibacterial properties, it is a good diffusion choice, but its aroma is better presented combined with other oils. These can be citruses, palmarosa, or why not a touch of clove.
Scotch Pine Quebec - Essential Oil (Pinus sylvestris) Transparent and very slightly yellow liquid with a typically coniferous aroma that is subtly sweet and fruity. The aroma is particularly refreshing.
Aromasol Pine-Fir & Eucalyptus
Lemongrass Essential Oil (Cymbopogon citratus/flexuosus) The Cymbopogon family includes around 50 species native to Asia, but some were introduced and naturalized since a long time in the intertropical world because of their excellent aromatic, culinary and medicinal virtues.
Clay Beads for Passive Diffusion Impregnated with a couple drops of essential oils, the beads gently diffuse the aroma of your choice
Augustines' 1639 - Diffuser Blend The blend of essential oils "1639", developed under the direction of the Monastère des Augustines, continues the tradition. Skillfully prepared, the 1639 blend combines the tangy notes of grapefruit, the enchanting smell of anise and the woody smell of cedar with the benefits of eucalyptus.
Organic Frankincense (Boswellia carterii) Essential Oil This sacred resin comes from a small tree originating from the boundary of Red Sea, namely Somalia and Arabia. Frankincense essential oil can also be used in hyperactive or impulsive persons as well as to ease anxiety and mental agitation since it calms down spirits and senses and brings peace and...
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Essential Oil - Eastern Hemlock (Tsuga canadensis) Of the four hemlock species found in North America, only Eastern hemlock is indigenous in eastern Canada. Transparent liquid with a typically coniferous but slightly fruity odor. The smell is penetrating, sweet and soothing, it reassures.
St. John's-wort (Hypericum perforatum) Macerated Oil Native Americans use it as a tranquilizer as well as to treat cuts, skin problems, rheumatisms, respiratory problems, diarrhea, and fever. Flower tops were also used to make dies for wool and silk. St. John’s-wort is widely known, notably for its antidepressant properties. It is used as an essential...
Suppleness - Massage Oil Massage oil containing essential oils allowing to relax muscles. Recommended for muscular pains and burns.
Essential Oil - Thyme ct. Linalool (Thymus vulgaris) As a symbol of courage, the image of thyme is used in Northern Europe until the Great Crusades. Romans would also use thyme to prepare a wide variety of cosmetics. Of course, thyme was also commonly used in the kitchen. It was also very often applied as a stimulating perfume.
Organic Essential Oil Anise Star (Illicium verum) Small tree native to Asia, mainly from China. It can grow up to 10 meters and is always green. The foliage is dark green, the flowers are pink or yellow and the fruit, reddish-brown once dried, has a star shape.
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