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Essential oil for the sauna

Essential oils are used in the sauna because the pure scents are more beneficial as an infusion because you simply need less. In addition, many infusion masters believe that the pure scents come across best in the sauna.

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 efficiently as an infusion because you simply need less. But then you have to use the correct dosage for each scent. A disadvantage is that dosing takes more time and knowledge of the product. So pay attention to the quantities indicated on the bottles. This is why we use odor strengths for all scents, with odor strength 1 being the lowest and odor strength 6 being the highest.

What are Essential Oils?

Essential oils are the essence or life force of a plant. They have powerful properties from the herbs from which they are extracted. All essential oils are natural, undiluted or adulterated, comply with 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 as more and more people want to get back 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 varieties of essential oil are liquid, but there are also semi- and completely solid varieties. Since scarcity, purchasing 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?

For example, rose petals are used to extract essential rose oil. The cost of rose oil (essential) is very 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 example, to distill lavender oil (1 liter) (Lavandula Angustifolia), approximately 150 kilos of lavender blossoms are required. Lemon oil is obtained by pressing lemon peels. Lemon peels contain relatively more essential oil than lavender blossoms or rose petals, which makes lemon oil 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 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. Lavender oil from France and Peppermint oil from the United States.

What exactly is an essential oil?

An essential oil is a concentrated oil 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 often 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 often used for colds
- Tea Tree essential oil is used for its antibacterial effect

Effect of Tea Tree oil

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

Effect of Eucalyptus oil

Eucalyptus oil was used as 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 becomes so concentrated 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 scent.

Infuse with ice balls and essential oil

Essential oils are often used in the sauna when poured with ice balls. With ice balls, use a bowl in which the ice ball lies so that the smell does not go down through the ice ball. Unless it ends up in the water that you want to pour into it.

Pour with water and essential oil

In addition to ice balls, essential oils can also be added to the water in the sauna bucket. The essential oil remains floating on top of the water in the sauna bucket. It is therefore important that the water with the essential oil in it is thoroughly stirred before it is poured onto the sauna heater. Immediately after stirring you can spoon the mixture onto the stove. It is also possible to scoop into the sauna bucket from below with the sauna spoon. Then you always have plenty of water and the right amount of scent in your sauna spoon when you pour the mixture onto the sauna heater.

The scents that are most commonly used for an infusion in the sauna are:

- Eucalyptus

-Sauna Gold

- Eucalyptus Mint

- Hammam

- Lavandin

- (Blood) Orange

- Pine

- Mint

- Cedar wood

- Rosemary

- Spruce

- Menthol Crystals

 

If you want something special, these scents are usually chosen:

- Spring

-Winter

- Mint Fresh

- Anise

- Autumn

-Me Time

-Zen

- Litsea Cubeba

-Lemongrass

- Mandarine

- Lime

- Bergamot

- Patchouli

-Ylang Ylang

- Lemonmint

- Chestnut

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Essential oil for the sauna

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 efficiently as an infusion because you simply need less. But then you have to use the correct dosage for each scent. A disadvantage is that dosing takes more time and knowledge of the product. So pay attention to the quantities indicated on the bottles. This is why we use odor strengths for all scents, with odor strength 1 being the lowest and odor strength 6 being the highest.

What are Essential Oils?

Essential oils are the essence or life force of a plant. They have powerful properties from the herbs from which they are extracted. All essential oils are natural, undiluted or adulterated, comply with 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 as more and more people want to get back 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 varieties of essential oil are liquid, but there are also semi- and completely solid varieties. Since scarcity, purchasing 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?

For example, rose petals are used to extract essential rose oil. The cost of rose oil (essential) is very 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 example, to distill lavender oil (1 liter) (Lavandula Angustifolia), approximately 150 kilos of lavender blossoms are required. Lemon oil is obtained by pressing lemon peels. Lemon peels contain relatively more essential oil than lavender blossoms or rose petals, which makes lemon oil 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 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. Lavender oil from France and Peppermint oil from the United States.

What exactly is an essential oil?

An essential oil is a concentrated oil 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 often 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 often used for colds
- Tea Tree essential oil is used for its antibacterial effect

Effect of Tea Tree oil

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

Effect of Eucalyptus oil

Eucalyptus oil was used as 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 becomes so concentrated 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 scent.

Infuse with ice balls and essential oil

Essential oils are often used in the sauna when poured with ice balls. With ice balls, use a bowl in which the ice ball lies so that the smell does not go down through the ice ball. Unless it ends up in the water that you want to pour into it.

Pour with water and essential oil

In addition to ice balls, essential oils can also be added to the water in the sauna bucket. The essential oil remains floating on top of the water in the sauna bucket. It is therefore important that the water with the essential oil in it is thoroughly stirred before it is poured onto the sauna heater. Immediately after stirring you can spoon the mixture onto the stove. It is also possible to scoop into the sauna bucket from below with the sauna spoon. Then you always have plenty of water and the right amount of scent in your sauna spoon when you pour the mixture onto the sauna heater.

The scents that are most commonly used for an infusion in the sauna are:

- Eucalyptus

-Sauna Gold

- Eucalyptus Mint

- Hammam

- Lavandin

- (Blood) Orange

- Pine

- Mint

- Cedar wood

- Rosemary

- Spruce

- Menthol Crystals

 

If you want something special, these scents are usually chosen:

- Spring

-Winter

- Mint Fresh

- Anise

- Autumn

-Me Time

-Zen

- Litsea Cubeba

-Lemongrass

- Mandarine

- Lime

- Bergamot

- Patchouli

-Ylang Ylang

- Lemonmint

- Chestnut

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