Organic Patchouli Oil
Boosts Energy Levels*
Supports Optimal Libido*
Assists Natural Healing*
What Is Patchouli Essential Oil?Patchouli may have an outstanding positive effect on mood and has been used as a complimentary agent for alternative mood support Western countries. Patchouli is known as “Guang Huo Xiang” in Chinese, popularly called "the scent of the sixties," has a musky, earthy, exotic aroma. Pogostemon has been used to support the common cold and as a fungal support in herbal tonics. Extensive cultivation of this plant is carried out in Malaysia, Indonesia, India, China, Brazil, and Pakistan for its essential oil commonly called patchouli oil . Patchouli oil in the plant is widely used in Traditional Chinese Medicine as it offers various types of health activities. It has also been reported it may support health especially with bacteria. Research showed that Pachouli may support bacterial cell walls break down, inhibit protein biosynthesis in bacteria, and hinder DNA replication in bacteria similar to conventional meds . Natural healing support, antioxidant health, cell growth support, calming effects and microbial support are just some of the amazing supportive benefits of this essential oil. . *
Phytochemical ContentThe major components in essential oil were δ-elemene, β-patchoulene, β-caryophyllene, α-guaiene, γ-patchoulene, α patchoulene, eremophilene, α-bulnesene, β-bisabolene, t-β-elemenone, patchouli alcohol, farnesol, aromadendrene oxide, and nonadecane.
Suggested UseTopical Use - 10 - 20 drops for inflammated areas, and chronic wound infection. Dilute the essential oil in a carrier product and used for the head, foot, back and abdominal massage.
Olfactory administration (Inhalation) - 100% therapeutic pure oils are used in diffuser or vaporizer.
Ideal Storage ConditionsUse a sealed container to store this product in a cool, dry place. Keep away from direct light and moisture. Once the package is opened, it must be sealed again and used within 6 months.
Shelf LifeTwo years from date of manufacture.
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