Rigenera Gum Massage Oil

Rigenera Gum Massage Oil

18.00

From Italiaan: Regenerate

Calming &  Soothing

A soothing cleansing gum oil which helps in strenghtening gums refreshes mouth and helps kills bacteria that can cause bad breath.

Ingredients: Sesamum Indicum (Sesame) Seed Oil, Camellia sinensis seed oil, Olea europaea (olive) Fruit Oil and Calendula officinalis Flower Extract, Heterotheca Inuloides flower extract, Ricinus Communis (Castor) Seed Oil, Salvia Officinalis (Sage) Oil, Helichrysum Italicum Flower Oil, Cupressus sempervirens Leaf/Stem Oil, Lavandula angustifolia (lavender) oil, Pistacia Lentiscus (mastic) leaf oil

WHAT THEY SAY

’Ive had a recurring gum problem and my dentist had sent me to see a specialist who spoke about surgery. And then, a friend of mine mentioned Stefania’s products, namely the tooth powder and the gum massage oil. Within a few days, I could feel the difference – the inflammation was gone, no more root sensitivity. After a few weeks, I can see too that there is no tartar accumulating. What I love about the elixir is its soothing effect. Can’t wait to see what my dentist will say at my next visit. Anita P. – Ottawa

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HELICHSRYSUM: THE SARDINIAN TREASURE

H. italicum can be found along the Adriatic coast of Italy, the estuary of the river Po, and in Southern Italy. The major areas of H. italicum cultivation in the Western Mediterranean region are Corsica and Sardinia, and most biomass produced there is acquired by the cosmetic and perfumery industries and distilled.

Modern Studies on Helichrysum: The Contribution of Leonardo Santini

Leonardo Santini is considered the father of modern studies on Helichrysum. He was born in 1904 in Molazzana, a small village near Lucca, in Northern Tuscany.‡ His father was a physician, as were many of his relatives. Santini earned a degree in medicine from the University of Pisa and, later, started a medical practice in Castelnuovo di Garfagnana, a small town in Northern Tuscany famous for being governed during the Renaissance by the poet Lodovico Ariosto. MORE

SCIENTIFIC/MEDICAL RESEARCH

There are hundreds of different species of helichrysum to complement its myriad of medicinal uses. Helichrysum italicum is perhaps the species with the most longstanding and widely used herbs in traditional medicine.