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The word sattva means goodness, positivity, truth, health, serenity, holistic view of the world, creativity, constructivity, balance, certainty, peace, purity, inner need for Dharma and John (knowledge).
Ayurvedic Tea Tree Essential Oil
Natural essential oil from tulsi leaves, the so-called Saint Basil (Ocimum sanctum, Ocimum tenuiflorum).
The smell of tulsi is unique - it combines the freshness of green leaves and the sweetness and spice of Indian spices.
It's an intense, balsamic fragrance, at the same time crisp like mint and warm as a clove.
The word "tusli" means "unsurpassed" and indeed this oil in aromatherapy is second to none.
It has a positive effect on health, well-being and skin condition.
Tulsi oil properties stimulates action uplifts
has a positive effect on the ability to concentrate the mind
helps restore inner peace and serenity cleanses,
refreshes and disinfects air
has antibacterial, antiviral and antifungal properties
soothes acne and inflammation of the skin
reduces dandruff (use as an addition to shampoo and masks)
has a positive effect on the nervous, respiratory and digestive systems (tulsi aroma stimulates the appetite and secretion of
The use of tulsi oil anxiety and stress problems with concentration physical and mental exhaustion cold and weakness
of immunity acne dandruff
According to Ayurveda, Tulsi oil is especially recommended for people like Kapha.
How to use tulsi oil Cosmetics enrichment: add a few drops of your favorite oil, cream, lotion or shampoo.
For acne and oily skin, it is recommended to use tulsi oil in combination with a green clay mask.
Massage: mix 3 tablespoons of base oil (we recommend grape seed oil and almond oil) with 4 drops of tulsi oil.
Massage the mixture with circular movements, from the feet towards the heart. air aromatization: add a few drops of oil to
a water-filled fragrance fireplace bowl. Insert a lighted tea-light candle (heater) into the fireplace.
Candle light will heat the water in the bowl and release volatile aromatic substances into the air. inhalations: add a few drops of
tulsi oil to a bowl of hot water. Bend carefully over the steam and cover your head with a towel.
The treatment will help clear the nostrils and bring relief during colds.
Tulsi oil goes well with eucalyptus, pine, sage, lemon, citronella, lime and orange oil.
Warnings to the use of Tulsi oil: Tulsi oil should not be used during pregnancy and breastfeeding.
The oil is also not recommended for people with asthma and epilepsy.
The use of the oil for children requires consultation with a specialist. Do not use on infants and children under 12 years
of age. Do not use undiluted directly on the skin. The product is intended for external use only.
Avoid contact with eyes. Keep out of the reach of children.
Warning: The essential oil should only be used in dilution with the base oil for massage.
In case of eye contact - rinse thoroughly with water. Keep out of reach of children.
Do not use directly on skin. Before using the oil for the first time, you must have an allergic skin test.
Store in a tightly closed container in a cool and dark place. The product is for external use only.
Ingredients: 100% tea tree essential oil