Patchouli essential oil Pogostemon cablin (Blanco) Benth.
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Patchouli essential oil has a mysterious, long-lasting aroma that people either like or don't like, but once they smell it, they can't forget it. Its long-lasting, specific scent has been used in perfumes, base notes and incense for ages, and it is a rich, sweetly herbaceous yet smoky aroma with a slight earthy undertone. The history of European perfumes, hippie and new-ager parties are unimaginable without patchouli, and to this day patchouli remains one of the most used and important ingredients in perfumes, although mostly synthetic imitations or patchouliol, and the full authentic oil is highly valued in aromatherapy, as a natural perfume, for the home, for the closet, for the breathing - moths don't like the smell of patchouli. Suitable for even the most sensitive people as it does not contain any fragrant allergens.
- 100% natural ingredients
- Without phthalates
- Dilated Capillaries
- For Hair
- Perfumery note: base.
In aromatherapy, patchouli eases suffering, grief, revitalises, gives strength, determination and a sense of self-confidence. Patchouli essential oil enhances sensuality, helps with coldness and impotence. For this reason, they are most commonly used in perfumes.
In cosmetics, patchouli essential oil is indispensable for skin problems and is suitable for sensitive skin, as it does not contain any fragrant allergens; it is also recommended for use in hair masks, especially for dreadlocks.
Not all the properties of this product are mentioned here. Unfortunately, due to the EU regulation of health claims, we cannot inform you in detail, even if the benefits of this product are scientifically proven.
- breathe – use as a calming aromatherapy perfume, preferably diluted in oil rather than pure;
- breathing the cupboards against moths – put a few drops on paper handkerchiefs, wool, pine cones and stick them in corners, coat and jacket pockets;
- in recipes for cosmetics for acne-prone, sensitive, problematic skin;
- in recipes for hair masks, hair oils;
- for steaming in vapourisers for indoor breathing, combines well with bergamot, orange, sandalwood, sage, geranium, rose oils;
- use as a base note in perfumery.
- do not use on fresh skin as it may cause irritation; dilute with vegetable oil or butter;
- protect eyes;
- effects on pregnant and lactating women are unknown; essential oils should be avoided for the first 3 months of pregnancy and for infants up to 3 months of age unless necessary.
- despite the high phyto-, aromatherapeutic quality of this oil, the aromatherapy community cannot recommend internal use for therapeutic purposes, but such use is possible if prescribed by a phyto/ aromatherapist;
- do not use on cats, birds, fish, rodents, reptiles (evaporate in small quantities at home or use on your own); do not use on dogs, horses, muzzle, genitals, vaccinate;
- this essential oil is not registered as a medicine;
- this essential oil is not registered as a biocide;
- keep tightly closed in a dark, cool place.
- bottle: glass
- cap/dropper: plastic
- label: paper or plastic PVC