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Urinary tracts

2 - Gastro-intestinal sphere & urinary ways

Capsules


Helps to clean and maintain the natural balance of the intestinal flora; increases the body’s resistance in case of poor hygienic conditions.

Eubiarom

Capsules with aromatic synergies

ORGANIC


Maintenance of normal intestinal

Oregano

Capsules with essential oli

ORGANIC


Resistance

Basil

Ocimum basilicum ssp basilicum

ORGANIC

Aromatic molecules: Methyl chavicol
Distilled organ: flowering top

Chamomile, roman

Chamaemelum nobile

ORGANIC

Aromatic molecules: Isobutyl angelate, isoamyl angelate
Distilled organ: flower

Cinnamon

Cinnamomum zeylanicum / verum

ORGANIC

Aromatic molecules: Cinnamaldehyde
Distilled organ: bark

Cinnamon, chinese

Cinnamomum cassia

ORGANIC

Aromatic molecules: E-cinnamaldehyde
Distilled organ: leaf-branch

Cypress

Cupressus sempervirens var. stricta

ORGANIC

Aromatic molecules: Pinene, δ 3 carene
Distilled organ: branch

Juniper, alpine

Juniperus communis var. alpina

ORGANIC

Aromatic molecules: β-phellandrene, α-pinene, limonene, terpenyl acetate
Distilled organ: branch and berries

Clove

Eugenia caryophyllus

ORGANIC

Aromatic molecules: Eugenol, eugenyle acetate
Distilled organ: flower bud

Mastic

Pistacia lentiscus

ORGANIC

Aromatic molecules: Myrcene, pinene
Distilled organ: branch

Scots pine

Pinus sylvestris

ORGANIC

Aromatic molecules: Pinenes, limonene
Distilled organ: needle

Moroccan Oregano

Origanum compactum

ORGANIC

Aromatic molecules: Carvacrol, thymol
Distilled organ: flowering top

Palmarosa

Cymbopogon martinii var. motia

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Aromatic molecules: Geraniol, geranyl acetate
Distilled organ: aerial part

Ravensara wild

Ravensara aromatica

ORGANIC

Aromatic molecules: Limonene, germacrene D
Distilled organ: leaf

Tea-tree

Melaleuca alternifolia

ORGANIC

Aromatic molecules: Terpineol 1,4, γ-terpinene
Distilled organ: leaf

Thyme, satureioide

Thymus satureioides

ORGANIC

Aromatic molecules: Borneol, thymol, carvacrol
Distilled organ: flowering top

Thyme, linalol

Thymus vulgaris

ORGANIC

Aromatic molecules: Linalol
Distilled organ: flowering top

Thyme, thymol

Thymus vulgaris

ORGANIC

Aromatic molecules: Thymol
Distilled organ: flowering top

Labrador tea

Ledum groenlandicum

ORGANIC

Aromatic molecules: Limonene, selinene
Distilled organ: flowering branch

Advice and precautions when using essential oils.

To fully enjoy all the benefits of essential oils without any of the disadvantages, it is very important to provide a few tips and precautions which govern their appropriate use.
 

  1. Wash your hands after each massage or contact with a synergy blend, firstly because the fragrance (odor) will stay with you for a long time, but above all because if you rub your eyes with your hands, you will cause a local irritation in your eye, not very serious but definitely inconvenient.
     
  2. If you accidentally splash essential oil into your eyes, you must rinse them under cold water from the tap for 2 minutes and then apply a pad impregnated with vegetable oil (olive, hazelnut, apricot kernel etc.) for about ten minutes. In the event of accidental contact with sensitive mucous membranes (genitals, auditory canal, nose), you should take the same course of action: rinse with water and then apply a pad impregnated with vegetable oil.
     
  3. Keep to the recommended number of drops and the frequency of application or dose, and ensure you keep to the duration of use. The treatment is effective at these doses and increasing them would not provide anything more, apart from the risk of possible side effects.
     
  4. Patients who have allergies or ultra-sensitive skin must take a tolerance test before using these synergies; this can be done by applying a few drops to the crook of the elbow. In the event of intolerance, a cutaneous reaction will be visible within about ten minutes and the treatment may therefore not be suitable.
     
  5. In the event of an allergy, intolerance or cutaneous irritation, apply a few drops of marigold (calendula) oil 3 to 4 times a day for 2 to 3 days.
     
  6. In case of accidental ingestion of a large volume of essential oils, telephone the regional poison control center.

 

Tolerance and toxicity :

Even though the choice of essential oils and their use only presents a minimal risk and side effects, we cannot state with certainty that tolerance will be 100%. In the event of a suspect reaction, you should discontinue application. It could be that your skin is allergic to an aromatic molecule or that it is irritated by the causticity of an essential oil or perhaps that your digestive tract (in the case of ingestion) does not tolerate one or other of these plant-based quintessences.

 

Effects :

Listening to your body to understand illness is a duty. Listening to your body after a treatment of whatever kind is also a duty. Scientific aromatherapy is not always the answer and does not necessarily suit everyone. In this way, the results may be excellent or disappointing. It is not so much the science that should be questioned in the event of failure but definitely the proper understanding of the illness for the best choice of essential oils.

 

Pregnancy :

Using essential oils on pregnant or breastfeeding women or on small children is perfectly acceptable BUT does call for special precautions. The authorized opinion of the therapist is vital.

 

Storage : 

When archaeologists discover the tombs of the Egyptian Pharaohs and other dignitaries, they do not have any difficulty in identifying what was contained in the small alabaster vases, by simply placing them under their nostrils they can pick up the intact odor... which is some 3,000 years old.

 


The information presented on this site may under no circumstances be substituted for a medical examination which is indispensable for the establishment of a credible diagnosis. For any use of essential oils with a therapeutic goal, consult a doctor. The authors decline all responsibility as regards the poor application of the information presented.