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Feb 11, 2013, 01:27 PM   #181
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There is a saying that ‘the whole is greater than the sum of the
parts’, and nowhere does this have greater truth than in the art
of blending essential oils for specific purposes. Blends of essential
oils are known as ‘synergies’.
In this lesson Dr Hozzel talks about the art of blending oils for
specific purposes:
What is a Synergy?
A bouquet of flowers finds its charm in the togetherness of
diverse flowers; a meal finds its savour in the combination of
different tastes linked together under the creative genius of a
good chef. When diverse elements combine in an intelligent
way, they enhance each other’s uniqueness so that the total
becomes more than the collection of its parts.
Good natural perfumery uses this synergistic law to create
experiences which are often strikingly different from the single
fragrant elements. Top notes like Bergamot, Lemongrass or
Eucalyptus oils with their highly volatile compounds unite with
heart notes like Lavender, Clary Sage or Petitgrain to be transformed
or rather ‘enchanted’ by base notes such as
Frankincense, Jasmine, Sandalwood or Vetiver.
A good perfume composed of natural compounds is never a
‘single odour’ experience. It will send olfactive messages to the
brain over hours or even days so that one can rejoice in a
symphony of total experience, through the ‘sequential brain firing’
of its compounds.
Are there guidelines for combining oils?
There are rules for combining oils, some of them more simple,
some more complex. Here are some of these combination
rules.
By biochemical compound
A simple way to blend would be on the basis of biochemical
makeup. If we know the characteristics of a certain compound,
we might try blending together different oils which have a high
proportion of that compound. For example, the basic similiarity
in the makeup of Ho-Oil, Rosewood and Spanish
Marjoram, all of which show a high percentage of linalol,
would make a good synergy. We could take advantage of the
tonifying and anti-bacterial effect of this natural linalol in blending
these oils together. But we should remember that the
effect of the plant compounds depends not only on the dominant
chemical, but is also affected by what perfumery would
call the impurities or trace elements often hidden behind the
impact of the major compounds.
By plant genus
Another approach would be to blend oils from the same genus
or vegetal group, touching the underlying ‘plant field’ or ‘resonance’
which has been built into this group by Nature herself.
For example combine different types of Lavender, or different
types of Eucalyptus or Basil essential oils, etc. Although most
often very different in their biochemistry and their olfactive
notes, all these oils from the same genus follow a hidden line
of sameness which can only enhance the desired therapeutic
effect.
By different plant part
Similiar to this is the method of combining oils from the same
species, but stemming from different organs of the plant. For
example we could combine Neroli oil (flower oil) with Bitter
Orange oil (rind oil) and Petitgrain oil (leaf oil) — all derived
from the Bitter Orange tree (Citrus aurantium). Or we could
take Angelica Root oil, -leaf oil and Angelica Seed oil for creating
a synergistic blend in order to enhance the anxiolytic effect
of this beautiful oil.
By traditional wisdom
Ancient folk medicine gives a wealth of guidelines. For example,
Ayurveda, the wisdom of longevity from ancient India, tells
us that we have to look at the dosha characteristics of plants
and of the human physiology in order to recreate balance in
the system. A physiology which is overheated (Pitta dosha)
would not be suited to a blend with dominant Pitta-oils like
Thyme, Oregano, or Savory, but rather a cooling blend such
as Peppermint, Lavender, or Eucalyptus. On the other hand, if
we want for example to enhance the fire element (Agni) in the
digestive system, we would tend to use oils which have a certain
Pitta-increasing action on the human body like Cinnamon,
Holy Basil, Anise or the like.
LESSON 6: SYNERGIES OF NATURE
Angelica
Angelica archangelica
Lavender, garden
Lavandula angustifolia
Lemon Thyme

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By causal connection
If we are blending for a particular part of the body or function,
we could aim to strengthen related physiological systems. For
example a blend to help digestion could not only focus on the
stomach or the intestines but also support the liver and perhaps
the gall bladder. And a blend to help against insomnia
could not only calm the mind and soothe the nerves, but also
work on underlying problems like depressiveness or negative
emotions and may also include oils which have an ‘opening’
anti-spasmodic effect. It is the overall feature of synergistic aromatherapy
to target different layers of the same problem and
not - like in allopathic medicine - remain stuck with the symptom
alone.
Every oil is a synergy
We should not forget that an essential oil is already in itself a
synergy of numerous bio-chemical compounds. In creating
plant life, Nature uses countless elements, put together in a
synergistic way, so that one plant often can take care of many
different functions simultaneously. Each plant and each oil has
numerous healing effects pertaining to its specific energy field,
which finds its outer expression through colour, shape, size,
fragrance, compounds etc. These compounds match with the
human organism in an intrinsic way like key and lock and can
fill up specific ‘holes’, created by weakness or disease within
the flow of energy throughout the body. The complex structure
of these compounds is also the reason for the multiple
healing effects of one and the same essential oil. Nature is in
herself the best example for synergistic behaviour.
Chemical treatment
Against this, we note that chemical treatment of plants with
substances such as herbicides, pesticides, chemical fertillizers
etc. tends to decrease the richness of the phyto-chemical compounds
(this has been scientifically demonstrated) and therefore
diminishes the multiple healing effects of the plant kingdom.
In order to create a specific effect, we need to introduce complexity
in an intelligent way, without disturbing the natural balance.
Contrary to the allopathic approach, which tries to isolate
the active ingredients from a plant and then, in a second
step, tries to synthesize them, Aromatherapy goes hand in
hand with Mother Nature, honouring and maintaining the infinite
complexity of its creations.
That is the reason why, for example, we do not want to lose
the over 500 compounds of Rose oil, although the isolated
methyl eugenol in Rose oil may have been found to be toxic.
Nature has already - within this complexity - provided the
means to balance certain compounds against others, so that
the total of compounds of an oil usually is available in a safe
way. Seen from the therapeutic angle, complexity increases the
chance for healing and prevents unwanted side-effects. So
many compounds in Nature
* have not been explained with regards to their healing properties
* have not been analyzed in a scientific way
* have not been fully understood in their interdependace and
mutally enhancing dynamism
This does not give us the right to assume that they are useless.
And so much of human physiology and its numerous ailments
has not been observed in its reactions and resonance to
medicinal plants.
Blending for attunement with Nature
In increasing the complexity in our blends we give ourselves a
higher chance to tune in with Nature herself and thus increase
the curative probability and the chance for healing. It is like
entering a castle with so many locked up rooms, chambers,
halls, corridors. The more keys you have we have with us, the
greater will be the chance to unlock the doors and enter
castle.
That’s why, in the end, in creating our formulas, we take inspiration
from Nature and from those who were and are connected
to Nature’s wholeness. Nothing has been invented or just
taken at random. Most of our synergies are based on ancient
folk medicine and experience, confirmed by modern
Aromatherapy research. This blending of ancient and modern
seems to be the most reliable way to create a powerful and
effective plant medicine for the future.
copyright 2010: Oshadhi Ltd
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One thing that you may notice is that essential oils appeal to
people from many different backgrounds. Complementary
therapists have long been aware of their value; the medical
profession is becoming increasingly interested in their use for
prevention and cure, and many nurses are becoming trained in
their use; and people involved in spiritual pursuits, healers, and
those interested in accessing the more refined levels of existence
find the subtle energies of essential oils absolutely fascinating.
We finish this short introductory course on essential oils with a
particular viewpoint: that of Malte Hozzel, the founder of
Oshadhi Essential oils, as he looks at the role that these precious
plant products can have at this time of change in the
world.
A new way of looking at health care
This is a time of significant development in the use of essential
oils. New methods of health care are coming to light which
use essential oils in combination with massage, chakra therapy,
auric cleansing, visualisation, meditation and other approaches
to health.
In the past, people have mostly understood essential oils in
terms of their physical properties, such as their fragrance. This
is because they have interested in them from the point of view
of perfumery and flavouring.
What we now see is an understanding of the subtle value of
aromatic molecules; and with it we gain an insight into how to
apply them in the field of energy medicine. This allows us to
understand more about finer levels of healing, in terms of prevention
and self-care.
There is a new shift of awareness away from matter and symptom-
oriented medicine, with its use of synthetic drugs, to more
natural approaches which take a more holistic view and favour
natural remedies — frequently derived from medicinal plants.
A new 'mind over matter' understanding holds that consciousness
is primary and is therefore responsible for our well-being.
Western thinking will eventually come around to the ancient
wisdom that we are more than our physical bodies.
It may also have to re-introduce the soul into both modern science
and modern medicine, and recognise the existence of
indestructable energy fields around us which are the expression
of our thoughts, emotions and memories. We are responsible
for these fields, which can either heal or harm, uplift or
depress, and can contribute to either happiness or pain. Even
science now understands that we communicate through vibrational
or energy exchange, that we have to protect this energy
and — should it become disturbed — ease and enhance it
through energy medicine before it becomes dis-ease.
Traditional understanding of health
Although to the Western mind this may represent a quantum
leap, from the perspective of many Eastern traditions it is simply
‘catching up with truth’. Ayurveda in India and Chinese
medicine have always considered the cosmic totality of the
patient, emphasising the subtle energies of consciousness
above the gross material body.
Ayurveda uses the word kosha (vessel) to refer to the different
‘layers’ or energy bodies that make up individual life. There is a
sequence from the gross material ‘food-body’, which is the
only body that Western medicine takes account of, through
the subtle energy bodies, to the final body of bliss. The shadowing
of bliss through disruption of natural law is seen as the
first step away from health.
Charaka, the famous Ayurvedic physician who lived a few
thousand years ago, holds that it is pragyaparadh — literally
mistakes in our understanding — that is the primary cause of
dis-ease.
And from here it's a small step to the conclusion that our
health is in our own hands. This means that as we metabolise
our emotions and desires; as we increase our understanding of
life, of our relationships, of our evolution; and as we learn to
forgive and forget, so we will enjoy long life (ayus) and happiness
in the direction of bliss!
What an inspiration this is for us! As students, I remember, we
used to discuss whether any particular culture or mind-set
could be understood as happier than others. We came to the
conclusion that happiness was merely a subjective term, and
that in the final analysis nobody was happier than anyone else.
I have changed my thinking since then, and I must say that
medicinal plants and essential oils have played a major role in
helping me to understand and experience more of the secret
realm of bliss in the human soul. ‘Energy is joy’, William Blake
says. This is a profound truth, especially if we can experience
unity in deep meditation, prayer, or union with nature — or in
a loving aroma massage with the grace of our helpers and
companions for eternity, the medicinal plants.
The Importance of Touch

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Chinese medicine states that if people were to massage each
other more, there would be fewer wars. Montagu and Liedloff
have written about those who, lacking loving touch in early
childhood, become emotionally unbalanced and unstable,
exhibiting fear based aggressive behaviour in an unfulfilled
LESSON 7: AROMATHERAPY FOR SPIRITUAL GROWTH
Lavender fields in Provence
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desire for touch. In the last century, the mortality of small children
in ophanages was extremely high. This was less due to a
lack of hygiene than to the fact that the little souls were not
cuddled, not cradled, not touched enough — not loved
enough.
We seem to be on the verge of a collective shift in terms of
our understanding of our need for the pure healing touch.
Aggression and unnatural behaviour have increased to such an
extent in modern day to day life that it seems hard for the individual
to survive unharmed. Our culture calls for a return to
true nature, to silence, to spirituality, to our god-given right of
bliss.
The Healing Combination of Touch and Smell
The rediscovery of our sense of smell (and the appreciation of
natural versus synthetic scents) goes hand in hand with a rediscovery
of our sense of touch. We could even say that something
has to smell in order to touch us. Emotions are significantly
affected by those millions of substances which the
receptor cells in our nose hopefully identify as pleasant. In an
aroma massage smell and touch are simultaneously enlivened,
activating neuronal connections in the brain, brainstem, and
spinal cord, and giving rise to a powerful release of ‘happy’
neurotransmitters.
Nowhere can essential oils unfold their full therapeutic energies
more than by means of an aroma massage in a pure, spiritual
setting, under the warm loving strokes of the heart. Any
anger, any fear, any relationship problem can thus be ‘stroked
away’ with the powerful messenger substances distilled from
the heart of nature.
Essential Oils, Evolution, and Union
with the Divine
When nature began the theme of essential oils in the conifer
trees a good 200 million years ago, the human species was not
yet present on this planet. Aromatic substances were used by
trees to defend themselves against the increasing numbers of
germs, and certainly also for ‘territorial’ identification.
But in a spiritual sense we can understand the first terpenic
molecules of the conifer family as a promise for future partnership
between plants and man.
Plant consciousness is ancient. To look at plants is to look back
hundreds of millions of years. It fills us with awe if we rembember
how much time nature has invested to bring us a Lavender,
a Rosemary, a Thyme, a Juniper. It is time-tested medicine —
the wisdom of the earth combined with the wisdom of the
cosmos. Plants experimented with the elements and with physical
manifestation long before we did. Rig Veda, the oldest text
of mankind, speaks about plants as having been sent from
heaven unto material existence for the divine purpose of life
and assistance. They prepared the way. Chlorophyl, the most
powerful molecule on earth first had to break up carbon dioxide
into carbon and oxygen, providing not only the basis for
our breathing but also for all organic life on earth. At first, this
could only happen in the oceans because on land volcanoes
were continuously spitting methane, ammonia and carbon
dioxide into an atmosphere pierced by ultraviolet light of such
intensity that it ravaged the land and rendered it sterile. It toolk
a while for the plants to conquer the land. But their adaptive
intelligence and patience won over time.
Plant wisdom has made human and animal life possible and
nourished it from the start. It has provided food, shelter,
clothes, medicine and much more than that ever since. In their
passive loving care, plants exhibit a grace and beauty which
we as human beings often lack. They are truly messengers
from beyond, linked to the angelic or devic energies of the universe,
and in exchange we owe them gratitude and love — and
nowadays also ecological ethics.
Between the powerful phenolic ‘red’ or ‘incarnated’ vibrations
of an oregano oil and the subtle ‘dis-incarnating’ ketonic frequencies
of a sage oil lie numerous mysteries of the evolutionary
plan of life. The rainbow colours of the medicinal plants
and their essential oils make the invisible visible, exhibit energy
patterns, tastes and fragrances that are directly linked to beneficial
effects — powers which we still have to penetrate and
understand more fully. Their link with the rainbow colours of
human subtle energies seems obvious; but only authentic personal
experience through intuitive ‘seeing’ will unveil its full
range of secrets.
The rishis or ‘seers’ of old from the Vedic civilization called the
plants Oshadhi, meaning ‘carrier or receptor of light energy’ or
‘vessel of transformation of light’. This is a wonderful notion:
not only that plants utilize the energy of sunlight with its full
spectrum (including the important ultraviolet and what is
beyond) for photosynthesis, but they also transform the lunar
and stellar light and the all-pervading invisible cosmic lightdivine-
intelligence into auric energies which we as human
beings are only beginning to fully understand. Matter and energy
fields combine in all living structures. They are the two complimentary
omnipresent poles of creation and being, the Yin
and the Yang, the Prakriti and Purusha, nature and spirit.
Modern man is about to uncover the hidden link between
these two, and more than ever spreading his wings out into
the subtler realms of creation and beyond.
Plants absorb heavenly vibrations in a most harmonious way,
and radiate these into the world. Their essential oils are concentrated
energy carriers, and messengers of the ‘cosmic
energy’ that nourishes all life. Human love is the best
expression of this light on earth linking back to the inner light
Himalayan Cedar
Cedrus deodora
Cultivated Thyme

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of universal love. It bridges the gulf between matter and energy,
form and formless, and helps to overcome feelings of separation
for moments of unity and bliss. — Malte Hozzel
copyright 2010: Oshadhi Ltd

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itu tadi short course dari founder oshadhi. kalau mau yg ada gambarnya bisa email aku, soalnya pdf gak bisa copy paste gambar. semoga membantu
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Hi mbak,
Salam kenal, dari tadi kita smsan. Lebih baik saya nulis di sini. kulit sensitif hindari bahan kimia sentetis dan parfum sentitis juga pewarna dan pengawet . sebaiknya pakai yg alami. produk di pasaran indonesia kalau mbak mau cek ingredientnya banyak bahan sintetisnya. sekatang trend kosmetik dunia justru back to nature, terutama di eropa dan usa. makannya disana banyak supplier yg mewarkan bahan2 untuk buat skin care sendiri. Prinsip perwatan kulit sebetulnya simple


cleanse
Tone
moustirize


daily cleanser kulit sensitif kalao mau praktis bisa pakai jenis base oil yg tidak greasy misal jojoba , grapeseed, sweet almond oil atau pure shea butter. usahakan pakai yg organic. selalu hangatkan produk di telapak tangan, lalu pijat lembut ke wajah , lalu bilas dengan waslah hangat. keringkan dg handuk. kalau ingin scrub wajah, setelah make up di angkat dg oil, bisa pakai scrub green clay atau oatmeal. caranya, campurkan 1 sdt green clay dg 2sdt hydrolat sampai seperti pasta, bisa juga ditambahkan 1 drop essential oil, jenis kulis sensitif bisa pakai lavender EO atau chamomile EO atau kalau yg mahal bisa pakai rose EO. oles ke kulit, massage dg gerakana melingkar, konsentrasi di T zone. kalau ada waktu, setelah dioles ke wajah, biarkan 5-10 menit. kalau kulitnya berminyak bisa dibiarkan 30 menit baru diangkat. caranya basahi waslap dg air hangat tempelkan ke wajah, biarkan sebentar agar masker jadi lembek, baru diusap. kalau mau lihat video, klik web
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. masker bisa dipakai 1-2 x seminggu kalau berminyak banget kulitnya, aman dipakai setiap hari



tone
setelah kulit wajah bebas make up, semprotkan hydrolat yg disuka di wajah. kadang hydrolat ini dijual dalam botol spray, atau anda tuang sendiri saja ke botol spray. semprotkan ke wajah hingga basah, baru diusap dg kapas, atau ratakan saja dg tangan dan biarkan meresap sendiri


moisturize
saat kulit masih basah dg hydrolat oleskan facial oil yg sesuai jenis kulit atau bisa pakai pure shea butter. cara, teteskan oil atau ambil sedikit pure shea butter ke tangan, semprot dg hydrolat, hangat produk dg 2 tangan, baru tekan perlahan telapak tangan ke wajah yg masih basah. lihat video evanhealy.com


lakukan cleanse, tone,moustirze ini 2 kali sehari. semprotkan hydrolat kapanpun kulit terasa berminyak atau kering. usahakan pakai produk organik. belilah produk dari supplier ternama seperti oshadhi, naturallythinking, baseformula. kalau gak mau ribet bisa langsung beli ready skin care organic dari merk evan healy atau nealsyardremedy. yang juga penting yg banyak makan sayur, buah, tidur cukup, olah raga.
hindari make up berlebih kalau kulitnya peka. pakai organic make up atau make up yg tidak mengandung pewangi, paraben, silicon, sls. saya sendiri untuk make up cocok pakai clinique dan organic make up dari nealysyardremedy


silakan browse situs ini yg semunya shipping ke indonesia

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Gw pake essential oil bukan buat skincare awalnya, tapi oil burner. Berhub utk wangiin ruangan, belinya kadang suka asal aja, kebanyakan di etsy sih. Lama2 jadi keterusan pengen pake utk muka juga. Masi ngeri2 soalnya dulu sekali pernah punya kulit sensitif. Sejak ganti pake skincare yg alkohol-color-paraben-fragrance free, sekarang sudah jauh lebih baik. Bahkan sodara gw yg pake skincare merk high end malah kalah ama gw, itu tesnya di dokter kulit pula, heheh...
Sekarang sih masih dalam rangka ngumpulin ilmu+keberanian sebelum memutuskan mau coba oil apa. Yang pasti kayanya ud harus concern utk anti aging en firming, lebih baik mencegah drpada mengobati
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hi mbak sylvia, mbak bisa browse situs
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. webnya lumayan bagus, bisa ikutan free short course juga. EO bagus mbak untuk anti aging. coba click facial oilnya oshadhi. yg murah itu oshadhi omega deluxe facial oil, komposisnya rosehip seed oil, jojoba, rosewood, turkish rose, geranium. saya belikan untuk ibu saya yg sdh 63 tahun. kulitnya jadi seger. saya juga belikan ibu saya oshadhi yg bulgarian rose hydrolat. semuanya ini produk organic. mbak bisa coba juga. teknik pake oil ini untuk ganti night cream dan serum. caranya setelah wajah dibersihkan dh cleanser yg sesuai, semprotkan hydrolat ke wajah atau bisa juga pake kapas. lalu teteskan 1-2 drop facial oil ke telapak tangan, semprot dg hydrolat lalu gosok telapak tangan dan tekan telapak tangan perlahan ke wajah. hydrolat bisa disemprotkan ke wajah kapan saja, minimal 2 kali sehari habis cleansing untuk toner wajah. saya juga kadang pakai hydrolat dari naturally thinking karena harganya lebih murah. misalnya 200ml organic rose bulgaria kalo di oshadhi harganya sekitar 14 GB kalo di naturally thinking 1 lt rose bulgaria hydrolat organic bisa cuma 10 GB, tapi memang sih baunya wangian oshadhi dan oshadhi itu food grade alias bisa diminum. rose water kan dipakai untuk masakan dan minuman di negara india, arab, pakistan, turki, iran. oh ya hdrolat itu air yh dihasilkan dari proses penyulingan essential oil dan true hydrolat itu tanpa tambahan alcohol, parfum buatan, pewarna, pengawet, jadi belilah hydrolat di supplier terpercaya seperti oshadhi, naturally thinking, base formula dan evan healy

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Omega Deluxe Facial Oil, (#A5805 - 10ml, 30ml) is a balancing natural skin care product for ageing skin. Its also suitable for dry skin care and oily skin care - the perfect all rounder! This natural beauty product combines three luxurious Rose aromatherapy essential oils with Jojoba Oil and Rosa Rubiginosa to balance and nourish the skin. Essential oil Rose Geranium is said to help balance the skin's production of oil - ideal for both dry skin care and oily skin care. Pure essential oils Turkish Rose, Rose Geranium and Rosewood Oil are all said to be helpful for ageing skin. Carrier oil Jojoba is highly penetrative so is quickly and almost completely absorbed by the skin. Perfect for dry skin care. It is also said to have powerful rejuvenative properties - valuable for ageing skin. Rosa Rubiginosa (rose hip seed oil) comes from the seed of a South American wild rose called Rosa Mosqueta. It has traditionally been used by Andean Indians as a skin care treatment and for healing purposes. Rich in unsaturated fatty acids, it is reported to reduce fine lines and promote skin cell regeneration. For best results, make this part of your daily facial skin care routine. Apply 5-10 drops daily to clean, toned skin. Simply sprinkle the oil into the palms of the hand and rub together to warm the oils. Gently press the palms of your hands to the face and neck area. No need to rub the oil in. Use as an alternative to your usual skin care cream or moisturiser.
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Natural Facial Care


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Looking for a new, natural facial or skin care regime? There are some absolutely amazing naturally occurring oils, rich in nutrients, that can help to balance even the most stubborn skin type. Of particular interest to us are:
  • Rose hip seed (Rosa rubiginosa) - a catalyst for skin regeneration
  • Jojoba - deeply moisturising / a great balancer for oily skin
  • Tamanu (Calophyllum inophyllum) - skin repair
... but there are many more! Choose from one of the facial oil blend categories below, which are based around these nourishing natural oils. Many contain carefully selected essential oils, and they are renowned for their simplicity, purity and effectiveness. A richly deserved treat for your skin.


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Top 10 Hydrolats

A smaller selection of the most widely used hydrolats.


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    Blue Camomile Hydrolat Organic, Chamomila matricaria (#5226 - 200ml), also known as German Camomile, Chamomile, is a pure natural therapeutic quality food-grade hydrolat from France. See also How to Use Hydrolats...

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    Cistus (Rock Rose) Hydrolat Organic, Cistus ladaniferus (#5270 - 100ml), also known as Labdanum, is a powerful anti-wrinkle treatment on its own, but many people like to use it blended with Bulgarian Rose Hydrolat, as the...

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    Helichrysum Hydrolat Organic, Helichrysum italicum (#5275 - 100ml, 200ml), also known as Immortelle, Everlasting, is a wonderful product to use on skin which may be congested, mature, or sensitive. It can also help with...

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    Lavender Hydrolat Organic, Lavandula angustifolia (#5220 - 100ml, 200ml, 500ml) is suitable for all skin types, having a pH value very close to the natural value. it is cooling and healing, and can be used before and/or...

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    Orange Blossoms Neroli Hydrolat Organic, Citrus aurantium aur. (#5205 - 100ml, 200ml, 500ml) is most suitable for delicate and sensitive skin. It is powerfully astringent, so avoid using it on skin that is very dry. It can...

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    Roman Camomile Hydrolat Organic, Anthemis nobilis (#5225 - 200ml) is a pure natural therapeutic quality certified organic food-grade hydrolat from France. See also How to Use Hydrolats. Refrigerate, or store in a cool place...

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    Bulgarian Rose Hydrolat Organic, Rosa damascena (#5200 - 100ml, 200ml, 500ml) has the most sublime of fragrances. Rose hydrolat is cooling and when used in facial care, is suitable for normal to dry, mature, or sensitive...

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    White Rose Hydrolat Organic, Rosa alba (#5218 - 100ml), also known as White Rose, is an exquisitely beautiful rose hydrolat. Comparing it with the Bulgarian rose, it has a lighter and fresher fragrance, less honeyed more...

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    Spraytop, (#8300 - item) is for use with either 100ml or 200ml hydrolats. You will need to remove the existing cap, insert and plastic ring, once you have opened the bottle. Use of the spraytop regulates the amount that you...

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    Tea Tree Hydrolat Organic, Melaleuca alternifolia (#5277 - 200ml) is a pure natural therapeutic quality food-grade hydrolat from Australia. See also How to Use Hydrolats. Refrigerate, or store in a cool place after opening...

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    Witch Hazel Hydrolat Organic, Hamamelis virginiana (#5231 - 100ml, 200ml) is one of the most important anti-ageing substances and anti-oxidants, Witchhazel is very suitable for mature or damaged skin. Also very good for...


'I have extremely sensitive skin, which has been particularly bad over the last few days, with red flaky patches. I decided to try the rose hydrolat yesterday, which had remained in a cupboard unopened for some time. What a difference it made! Not only was it wonderfully cooling and refreshing to use, but my skin felt immediately soothed and soft. The redness and flakes have reduced dramatically. It also smells divine! I have been using good quality organic products on my face, but nothing compares to the rose hydrolat.' --M.G., Birmingham

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A true aromatherapy hydrolat is the water that is collected when plants are steam distilled. (See
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). Hydrolats (also referred to as hydrosols and sometimes flower waters or floral waters) have a delicate nature and a light aroma. They are ideal for situations that require gentle aromatic care, especially for children, the elderly, the highly sensitive, and those who are very debilitated by illness. Our best selling hydrolats are
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What are Hydrolats?

A true aromatherapy hydolat (or aromatherapy hydrosol) is the water that is collected when plants are steam distilled. Here's the procedure: The steam is passed through the plant material where it collects many of the plant's volatile aromatic compounds. Some of these compounds dissolve in water (hydrophylic compounds), and some don't. The steam then passes through a condenser (where it is cooled), and turns back into a water-oily mix. The water contains the water-loving compounds, and the oil contains the other materials. These quickly separate out into the essential oil (which nearly always floats on the surface), and can be drawn off, and a water product. This is the hydrolat.
Hydrolat Purity
Sometimes you will find hydrolats in shops and chemists that have had preservatives added or alcohol. Be aware of this, because they may not be as suitable for therapeutic use.
Using Hydrolats
Hydrolats (also referred to as flower waters, and hydrosols) have a delicate nature and a light aroma. They are ideal for situations that require gentle aromatic care, especially for children, the elderly, the highly sensitive, and those who are very debilitated by illness. They do not require dilution and can be applied directly to the skin.
Here are some of their most popular uses and some that you may not have encountered before.
  • ??Hydrate and moisturise your skin?
  • Soothe sunburn
  • ?Cool the effects of hot flushes
  • ?Refreshing facial toners for all skin types?
  • Perfect as a body mist?
  • Set make-up?
  • Add to facial masks
  • ?Freshen linens?
  • Mist house plants?
  • Make soothing eye pads?
  • Make "wet wipes" for hands, faces and baby's bottoms (simply mist a tissue)
  • ?Flavour natural yoghurt with rose water?




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bagi penggemar DIY skin care, body care, hair care dg bahan alami dan essential oil bisa belajar di

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banyak yummy recipes di sini girls. oh ya bahan2 nya bisa dibeli di situs yg saya posting di atas ya

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How to Give Yourself a Home Facial

  1. Clip back or tie up your hair to hold it away from your face so it doesn't get in the way.
  2. Wash your face with a natural
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    to remove dirt, makeup and oil. Rinse with lukewarm water and pat dry with a towel.
  3. Use a facial steam to deep clean and open your pores, getting your skin ready for the next stage. You can use one of the
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    or just use plain water. Or add up to three drops of any essential oil suitable for your skin type.
    Dry or Mature Skin: Chamomile, frankincense, helichrysum, palmarosa, patchouli, peppermint, rose, sandalwood, ylang ylang Normal or Combination Skin: Geranium, jasmine, lavender, neroli, palmarosa, rose, ylang-ylang
    Oily, Acne-Prone Skin: Benzoin, bergamot, cedarwood, cypress, geranium, grapefruit, jasmine, juniper, lemon, lemongrass, orange, patchouli, peppermint, petitgrain, sandalwood, tea tree, ylang ylang
    Sensitive Skin: Chamomile, helichrysum, jasmine, lavender, neroli, palmarosa, rose
    Eczema, Psoriasis: Benzoin, chamomile, frankincense, helichrysum, jasmine, lavender, palmarosa, patchouli, rose, rosewood, sandalwood


    To give yourself a facial steam:
    • Pour some very hot water into a large bowl. Add your essential oils, if using.
    • Lean comfortably over the bowl and use a towel to make a tent over your head and the bowl.
    • Stay in the 'tent' for 5 to 10 minutes, coming out for air whenever you need to. Do not burn your face!
  4. While your face is still wet, apply a
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    . Put a slice of cucumber over each eye and lie down. Relax for 15 to 20 minutes while the mask works its magic.
  5. Remove the cucumber from your eyes and rinse your face with warm water. Pat dry.
  6. Use a cotton ball or cosmetic pad to apply
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    . This removes any traces of the facial mask and balances your skin's pH levels. It also adds some extra hydration (and smells nice!)
  7. Finally, apply
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That's it - you're done! Your face is deep cleaned, exfoliated, hydrated and toned.
Giving yourself a facial once a week or so is a great way to keep your skin healthy and young looking. Plus, it's a great way to relax and have some fun. Why not do your next facial with your daughter, neice or girlfriends? And throw in a pedicure while you're at it!
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Ladies, mau tanya dong kan aku rencana mo campur jasmine oil dg minyak bulus, perbandingannya 1:1. Sebenernya cari fungsi minyak bulusnya utk mengencangkan b*ops, tp krn baunya amis jd dicampur deh. Kira2 bisa dicampur ga ya? Atau ada fungsi yg bertentangan? Makasih............................
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bisa saja sih. tapi kan selain minyak bulus bisa juga pakai carrier oil yg fungsinya juga mengencangkan dan menutrisi misalnya seperti jojoba atau hazelnut atau evening primrose. silakan browsing saja di situs oshadhi. kalo mau ngeblend carrier oil dg essential oil jangan pake perbandingan 1:1, kebanyakan eo nya krn eo yg pure itu sangat berkonsentrasi tinggi. misalnya untuk menghasilkan 10ml pure eo rose dibutuhkan lebih dari 10,000 kuntum bunga mawar, makanya eo pure jasmine atau rose itu harganya mahal sekali dan karena jenisnya bunga, dia lebih sering dikenal dg istilah absolute, krn dibuthkan bahan solvent untuk mengambil oil dari bunga jasmine dan rose. untuk pengencangan juga bisa mencampurkan sweet almond oil dg eo yg disuka dg perbandingan antara2-3% eo dalam carrier oil.

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hati hati kalau mau beli carrier oil dan eo, pilihlah yg dari distiller langsung atau dari distributor ternama semisal oshadhi.co.uk atau nealsyardremedies.com atau naturallythinking.com, atau baseformula.com. atau kalau mau beli di jakarta, bisa kontak mbak rina poerwadi, di google saja. dia ini pakar aromatherapy yg membuka praktek di jkt dan menjual high qulaity eo dan carrier oil dari new zealand
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Kalo oil of javanya dewi sri spa kok murah ya? Amankah?? Mau beli maju mundur, murah sih.
100rb untuk 20ml, itu jasmine sama mawar jawa harganya sekitar segitu sih
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@rini2809 i c, minyak bulusnya sih katanya cold pressed. tp amisnya itu lhoo makanya mau campur. Dikit aja berarti ya es-nya. Tq
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