Pure Essential Oil Cheap Buy (aromatic oil)
Essential oils are the essence or life force of a plant. They have powerful properties of the herbs from which they are extracted. All essential oils are natural, undiluted or cut, comply with the European Pharmacopoeia and are suitable for aromatherapy.
An explanation of essential oil or volatile oil
Essential oils are becoming increasingly popular because more and more people want to return to nature. These essential oils are the natural protector of the plant and have been used for human well-being for many years. An essential oil is therefore a volatile oil, which evaporates when exposed to the air.
Most essential oil variants are liquid, but there are also semi and completely solid variants. Given the scarcity, the buying up and the extraction of the essential oils can vary, the prices of essential oils are not always fixed. The price depends on the different ingredients. For example, Bergamot oil is much more expensive than Eucalyptus oil. But of course we try to sell essential oil cheaply.
Rose oil, Lemon oil, Lavender oil, what are the costs?
Essential rose oil is extracted from rose petals, for example, the costs of rose oil (ethereal) are of course much higher because a rose petal contains relatively little essential oil. For 300 ml of Rose oil (Rosa Damascena oil), 1000 kg of rose petals are used. For distilling, for example, lavender oil (1 liter) (Lavandula Angustifolia), approximately 150 kilos of lavender blossom are needed. Lemon oil is obtained by squeezing lemon peel. Lemon peel contains relatively more essential oil than in Lavender blossom or Rose petals, which means that Lemon oil is also cheaper than Lavender oil and Rose oil. Want to know more about extracting essential oils? Then read our blog article: How are essential oils made?
Different forms of Essential Oils
Essential oils are usually liquid, but can also be solid or semi-solid. This depends on the temperature and the species. They can be dissolved in pure alcohol, fats and oils, but not in water.
The different types of essential oil come from different areas. For example, lemon oil comes from Italy and Lavender oil comes from France.
What exactly is pure Essential Oil?
A pure essential oil is a concentrated oil that is extracted from plants or plant substances such as wood, herbs, citrus, flowers, resin and spices. These often have a special effect.
Different varieties of essential oil are Tea Tree oil, Eucalyptus oil, Orange oil and Bergamot oil. Do you want to know more about when an essential oil is a real essential oil and how you can recognize it? Then read our blog: What are essential oils?
Scent strengths pure scents
The different odor strengths are shown on the left. Some pure fragrances are stronger in themselves than other pure fragrances. Odor strength 2 is the least strong, odor strength 6 is the strongest. For example, an odor that has a higher odor strength can be cheaper to use than a cheaper odor with a lower odor strength.
The action of essential oil
- Lavender essential oil works well against insomnia
- Essential Orange oil makes people happy
- Essential Eucalyptus oil is widely used for colds
- Essential Tea Tree oil is used for its anti-bacterial effect
Operation Tea Tree oil
Tea tree oil can be used against a wide variety of ailments. TeaTree oil is also often used against bacteria, fungi and viruses. The product is antiseptic and has many different applications. Tea Tree oil has a camphor-like odor and works well against acne and fungal nail infections. Mix 10 drops of Tea Tree oil with a neutral shampoo to combat head lice. Mix 10 drops of Tea Tree oil with a base oil and spray it on your nails to strengthen them and to fight fungal nails.
Operation Essential Eucalyptus oil
Eucalyptus oil was used as a food for koala bears from Australia. Which is not surprising, because most of Australia is densely covered with Eucalyptus trees. The oil is distilled from freshly picked leaves and only then is concentrated so that it can be used as real Eucalyptus oil.
This eucalyptus oil is often used in rooms to refresh the room, improve the breathing and the concentration of the people in the room.
Use Essential Oil in Aromatherapy
Essential oils should never be used pure on the skin. Intake is only allowed on doctor's advice.
Essential oil is used in the following ways:
- to pour on in the sauna
- Essential oil evaporator such as an aroma burner or an aroma stone. Drip some on here to get a lovely scent in a certain room
- add essential oil as a fragrance to a massage oil. Use max. 10 drops of essential oil on 100 ml of massage oil
- 20 drops of essential oil = 1 ml of essential oil
- Fragrance sticks, add essential oil to this for a lovely fragrance in any room.
Essential Oil Sauna
Of course you can also use the essential oil in the sauna. For a wonderful scent in the sauna. Do you want to order essential oil? Then look at our different options under "Essential oil" in the menu.