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Nurture Antimicrobial Essential Oil

£10.62

Nurture Antimicrobial Essential Oil, when used as a room freshener, will purify the air because of the combined antimicrobial components of the oils Thyme thymol, litsea, pine, lavender and anise star. The blend is also uplifting and invigorating. Very helpful in the public arena to keep the air fresher and to purify the air leaving your home clean and fresh. Available in 10ml

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Nurture Antimicrobial Essential Oil, when used as a room freshener, will purify the air because of the combined antimicrobial components of the oils Thyme thymol, litsea, pine, lavender and anise star. The blend is also uplifting and invigorating. Very helpful in the public arena to keep the air fresher and to purify the air leaving your home clean and fresh.

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Whats Inside

Thyme ct Thymol – Thymus vulgaris ct Thujanoliferum

Masking, Perfuming, Anti-bacterial, Anti-Microbial, Anti-septic

Red Thyme essential oil belongs to the mint family which is native to Southern Europe, it has a sweet and sharp aroma with spicy overtones. The oil is used in cooking normally but more commonly used in medical applications. The oil is often used when recovering from an illness or medical treatment, it prevents infection and treats respiratory infections (Battaglia, 2003). Red thyme essential oil is extracted from a medicinal herb which makes the oil acts as an antiseptic, antifungal and bactericidal (Essoil, 2016). The ancient Greeks and Romans have used thyme as a medicinal herb, a sprig of thyme was often carried into early courtrooms to protect against disease, Egyptians have also used it as an antiseptic (100% pure Red Thyme (Thymus vulgaris ct Thymol) Essential Oil, 2020).

Pine Scotch – Pinus Sylvestris

Antimicrobial, Masking, Fragrance

Pine essential comes from the pine tree, which is also known as the Christmas tree, just like the oils above this oil also has many benefits. Pine scotch essential oil has many applications, it’s used in aromatherapy can be used on skin and hair, its most popular application is medicinal. Pine essential oil known to support immune function, clear the respiratory tract and also address the symptoms of flu such as cough, sinusitis, and asthma (Pine Essential Oil – Benefits & Uses of Uplifting and Invigorating Oil, 2018). Some researchers have also claimed that pine essential oil can also be applied on the skin as an antimicrobial, however, more research needs to be done on this claim (Cherney and Rose Wilson, 2019).

Litsea – Litsea Cubeba

Cleansing, Antioxidant

Litsea essential oil comes from an evergreen shrub, native to Southern Asia. The oil is produced through steam distillation of the shrub’s white flowers. By incorporating Litsea into your daily life, it gives the cells in your body antioxidant support to maintain health. Reports suggest that Litsea oil also promotes the health of the cardiovascular, immune, nervous and respiratory symptoms (The Benefits of Manuka and Litsea Essential Oils | dōTERRA Essential Oils, n.d.).

One of the main components of Litsea oil is Citral, which makes up approximately 70% of the oil. This, along with other ingredients such as aldehydes and alcohol give the oil its strong antibacterial and antiseptic qualities (Backe, 2017). Research was carried out on the effect the oil had on E. coli cells, results showed that once the oil was applied on the cells, the cell growth was lagged and majority of the cells died within the first 2 hours or were heavily damaged, they concluded from this that this oil has a lot of properties to be a natural agent not only to be used in aromatherapy but also as micro bacterial agent (Li et al., 2014).

Lavender true – Lavandula Angustifolia 

Sedative Effects

Lavandula angustifolia is known to be indigenous to the mountainous religions of the Mediterranean and it consists of many therapeutic properties and biological activities. Studies have revealed that Lavandula angustifolia has got many components and the primary component are: linalool (51%) and linalyl acetate (35%), α-pinene, limonene, 1,8-cineole, cis- and trans-ocimene, 3-octanone, camphor, caryophyllene, terpinen-4-ol and lavendulyl acetate, cineole, and flavonoids (Vakili et al., 2014).  However, its composition can vary depending on its environmental factors, geographical origin, climate and season variations, etc.   Lavandula angustifolia essential oil have different pharmacological effects which include antifungal activities, antimicrobial, anxiolytic, anticonvulsant, etc.

Lavender oil also has anti-inflammatory properties, is ultra-soothing for the skin and is naturally antibacterial which means it kills acne causing bacterial that can get into your pores (6 Reasons to Use Lavender Oil for Skin | 100% PURE, 2019).


Star anise –
Illicium Verum

Antiseptic

Anise star essential oil is made from the fruit of the Chinese evergreen tree, its usage is quite popular in the culinary world and the medicinal world. Its constituents is what gives its range of properties. Two of the most important components of this oil are its flavonoids and polyphenols, they are primarily responsible for its antimicrobial and antioxidant properties (Aly, Sabry, Shaheen and Hathout, 2016). The oil is also known to have antiseptic properties and provides the skin with an effective protective layer against any infections and sepsis (Nagdeve, 2019).

Nurture Antimicrobial Essential Oil from the Penny Price Aromatherapy Nurture Collection.

Available in 10ml

How to Use

How to Use – Using Essential Oils
Use 4-6 drops in the bath or vaporiser.

WARNING – do not apply undiluted or internally. Keep away from children and eyes. Store in a cool, dark place.

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