Essential oil for the sauna -

Essential oil for the sauna

Eucalyptus oil

Eucalyptus oil has a camphor-like woody scent. This essential eucalyptus oil is natural, undiluted or blended and meets the European pharmacopoeia. Eucalyptus essential oil increases the ability to concentrate.

Menthol crystals

Pure, natural, menthol crystals are solid colorless crystals with a fresh mint aroma. Menthol crystals purify the air, increase attention, concentration and relieve breathing. They are good to use in the sauna and in creams.

Peppermint oil

Peppermint oil is natural and has a very pervasive, grassy-mint-like camphor-like aroma. This essential oil promotes concentration and has a calming effect on stressed people.

Lavender oil

French Lavender oil has a sweet, floral-spicy and balsamic-woody aroma. This essential oil can be used to pour in the sauna or it can be added as a fragrance and to give a relaxing effect to a massage oil.

Orange oil

Orange oil has a fresh, dry, almost floral aroma with a rich, sweet undertone. Essential orange oil can be mixed with citrus scents and with spicy scents. Orange oil belongs to the Chakra: Anahata (Heart) with the color green.

Ylang Ylang oil

Ylang Ylang essential oil is extracted by steam distillation from the Cananga Adorata in Madagascar. This essential oil works well with insomnia and has a general care and hydrating effect on the skin.

Patchouli oil

Patchouli oil is natural and is extracted by steam distillation from the leaves and flowering tops of the Pogostemon Cablin. Patchouli oil has a sweet, rich, spicy-earthy aroma that gets better as the years pass.

Cedarwood oil Texas

Cedar wood essential oil has a smoky, sweet-woody scent. Essential Cedarwood oil is purifying, soothing and attracts love and cosiness. Cedar wood essential oil belongs to the Chakra: Wadhistana (Sacral) with the color orange.

Pine oil

Pine essential oil is natural and has a fresh, sweet balsamic, pine wood aroma. Essential Pine oil is extracted by steam distillation from the fresh pine needles of the Abies Sibirica in Russia.

Blood orange oil

Blood orange oil has a fresh, warm, rich, sweet, fruity orange aroma. This essential oil is more aromatic than the sweet Orange oil. Blood orange oil belongs to the Chakra: Anahata (Heart) with the color green.

Tea tree oil

Tea Tree oil has an aroma that resembles Camphor and Eucalyptus, but is more spicy and woody. The very strictly controlled natural production method by means of steam distillation gives a product purity of 100%.

Sage oil

This essential sage oil has a spicy, warm, balsamic aroma. Salvare means healing. Sage essential oil has a relaxing effect, is moisture-repellent, gives resistance and willpower. Sage oil works well against sweaty feet.

Lemongrass oil

Lemongrass essential oil has a strong citrus scent and is also called lemongrass oil. Lemongrass oil has a calming effect on the nervous system and is insect repellent due to its strong lemon aroma. It neutralizes the odor when poured.

Lemon oil

Lemon essential oil is natural and has a light, fresh lemon aroma. This essential oil is anti-bacterial, skin-degreasing and air-refreshing. Lemon oil belongs to the Chakra: Manipura (solar plexus) with the color yellow.

Mint oil

Mint oil fills every desired space with a refreshing, cooling aroma. In the case of respiratory problems, the oil provides relief and inhalation is experienced as pleasant by many asthmatics. It cleans the environment of unrest and tensions.

Ginger oil

25 kg of dried ginger roots are needed to obtain 1 liter of Ginger oil through steam distillation. Ginger oil has a very powerful, fiery, warm and spicy aroma. The Ginger root gives energy and strengthens the immune system.

Clove oil

Clove oil is extracted by steam distillation of the leaves from the Eugenia Caryophyllata in Indonesia. This essential oil has a sweet herbaceous warm aroma. The eugenol content is (60-80%) making this oil suitable for aromatherapy.

Lavandin oil

Lavandin essential oil has a fresh, woody and spicy lavender aroma. This Lavandin oil is often used as a cheaper replacement for the Lavender oil. The effect of Lavandin oil is especially relaxing and it balances emotions.

Rosemary oil

Rosemary oil has a strong, fresh, minty-spicy, woody aroma. Rosemary essential oil is extracted by steam distillation from the flowering herb. Rosemary oil belongs to the Chakra: Wadhistana (Sacral) with the color orange.

Bergamot oil

Essential Bergamot oil is extracted by pressing from the peels of the Citrus Bergamia (aurantium) Risso et Poit in Italy. Exciting, works well against fatigue and helps with the processing of sadness. Bergamot belongs to the heart chakra.

Cinnamon leaf oil

Cinnamon leaf has a warm, spicy, resinous clove-like, cinnamon aroma. It creates security and warmth for those who are cold inside. In addition, Cinnamon leaf oil helps the immune system due to its high Eugenol content.

Anise oil

Star Anise oil has a warm, spicy, sweet, licorice-like aroma. Ster Anijs is an oriental household spice. Ethereal Star Anise oil is extracted by steam distillation from the Illicum Verum in China.

Turpentine oil

Turpentine oil is a natural essential oil and has a fresh, woody, balsamic aroma. The essential oil is extracted from the resin of conifers. The oil has an anti-bacterial effect and increases breathing.

Litsea Cubeba oil

Litsea Cubeba oil has an intense lemon-like, fresh, fruity scent. This essential oil has a relaxing effect and works well against anxiety and depression. May Chang (Litsea) is easy to mix with Lavender, Lemongrass and Orange.

User tips for essential oil in the sauna

The reason you use pure essential oil is because if you dose it correctly, the pure scents work more economically as a pouring agent because you simply need less. But then you have to maintain the correct dosage for every odor. A disadvantage of this is that dosing takes more time and knowledge of the product. So pay attention to the quantities indicated on the bottles. This is the reason that we use odor strengths for all scents where odor strength 1 is the lowest and odor strength 6 is the highest.

What are essential oils?

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 blended, meet the European pharmacopoeia and are suitable for aromatherapy. They are often used as sauna oil.

An explanation about essential oil

Essential oils are becoming increasingly popular because more and more people want to return to nature. An essential oil is the natural protector of the plant and has 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 variants of essential oil are liquid, but there are also semi-solid and fully solid variants. Given the scarcity, purchase and extraction of 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 Sweet Almond oil.

Rose oil, Lemon oil, Lavender oil, what are the costs?

Essential rose oil is extracted from rose petals, for example, the cost of rose oil (ethereal) is very higher because a rose leaf contains relatively little essential oil. For 300 ml of Rose oil (Rosa Damascena oil), 1000 kg of rose petals are used. Distilling, for example, lavender oil (1 liter) (Lavandula Angustifolia) requires approximately 150 kilos of lavender blossom. Lemon oil is obtained by pressing from lemon peels. Lemon peels contain relatively more essential oil than lavender blossom or rose petals, so lemon oil is also cheaper than lavender oil and rose oil.

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 type. 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. Lavender oil from France and Peppermint oil comes from the United States.

What exactly is an essential oil?

An 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. Scents that are commonly used in the sauna are: Eucalyptus oil, Lavender oil, Lemon oil, Orange oil, Anise oil and Pine oil.

The effect of essential oils

- Lavender essential oil works well against insomnia
- Orange essential oil makes people happy
- Eucalyptus essential oil is widely used in colds
- Tea Tree essential oil is used for its anti-bacterial effect

Operation Tea Tree oil

You can use tea tree oil against bacteria and fungi. TeaTree oil is also often used against viruses. The product is in fact antiseptic and has many different applications. Tea Tree oil has a camphor-like odor.

Operation Eucalyptus oil

Eucalyptus oil was used as food for Koala bears from Australia. Which is not surprising, because most of Australia is densely overgrown with Eucalyptus trees. The oil is distilled from freshly picked leaves and is only concentrated in such a way that it can be used as real Eucalyptus oil. There are several eucalyptus oils available on the market, but we offer the Eucalyptus Globulus essential oil from China. Eucalyptus oil promotes concentration and is the sauna odor.