This small tree to light foliage was discovered in Australia at the time of Captain Cook.
Originally from Asia, this tree with gray-brown bark is very small, dark green leaves and flowers in small groups at the ends of branches.
Cinnamon is actually the inner bark of a small tree grown in tropical regions.
Frequently on the sunny slopes, flowers in umbels of Caraway seeds produce elongated, the characteristic flavor.
Native to India and cultivated in southern Europe and California, lemon is one of the most useful fruits in natural medicine.
Originally from Australia, several species of Eucalyptus grow in warmer regions of Europe.
Blue-black when ripe, the berries are appreciated as a condiment in sauerkraut and sausage. They are also widely used in the liquor, in particular for the production of gin.
This precious spice was long the monopoly of Dutch merchants.
Perennials temperate countries, mints are a very large family.
The multiple results obtained by its use allow it to be ranked in the top 10 essential oils used by the informed consumer.
Scots pine provides an essential oil known long ago by our grandmothers.
The island of Madagascar is home to many medicinal species The Ravintsara is distinguished by its size and dense foliage adorned with red berries.
Suited to the dry Mediterranean scrubland, rosemary twig stands for linear leaves, which smell of camphor evokes incense.
Thyme, known since ancient times and also called farigoule This small shrub grows wild in Mediterranean countries.
Aromatherapy is increasingly present in our homes for the benefit and welfare it brings us.
We spend 80% of our time indoors. Contrary to popular belief, the indoor air is more polluted than that we breathe in the street, even in the midst of traffic!
How to take essential oils orally?
Runny nose, sore throat, bronchi congested ... are manifestations of "chill" the most commonly prevalent during the winter.