ESSENTIAL OILS MADE IN ITALY
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Fabrizio Medulla, pharmacist and herbalist, is the owner of Exentiae, born from the collaboration between different experts in the agricultural and pharmaceutical sectors that operate in the agricultural production of aromatic and medicinal plants of the Mediterranean . Located near the southern coast of Sicily, close to the Special Nature of Aleppo pine, on the slopes of the mountains Iblei Reserve.
AUTHENTIC SICILIAN ESSENCE: Only species naturally present in their territory. An entire chain of Sicily.
100% TRACEABLE: They cultivate plants in their area of origin, tracing every steps of their supply chain.
Essential Oil List:
Lemon Femminello, Thymus Capitatus, Lavanda Sumian, Lavanda Maillette, Menta suaveolens, Origanum hirtum
Essential oils and Hydrolats from Exentiae may be included in the following products from Stefania Borrelli's Collection and in specific Custom Blends
ORIGANUM ESSENTIAL OIL
The name Oregano is derived from the Ancient Greek terms “oros” and “ganos.” Together, they mean “joy of the mountains.”
Both the herb and the essential oil of Oregano have been used for medicinal purposes since the time of Greek physicians Hippocrates and Maimonides, who prescribed it to their patients for their respiratory and digestive ailments.
Carvacrol and Thymol are the two key chemical constituents that are responsible for the essential oil’s reputation as being a powerful antifungal and antibacterial oil.
Oregano Essential Oil’s chemical composition consists of constituents that also exhibit antiseptic, anti-inflammatory, and anesthetic behavior – to name a few of its numerous beneficial health properties.
Diluted Oregano Oil relieves cough and cold symptoms when inhaled and disinfects surfaces when used as an antiseptic cleaning agent.
BENEFITS OF USING OREGANO OIL
Oregano Essential Oil’s chemical composition consists of the following constituents: Carvacrol, Thymol, p-Cymene, and γ-Terpinene.
Carvacrol and Thymol are responsible for the essential oil’s powerful antifungal and antibacterial activity. They inhibit harmful bacteria that can potentially cause illness and infection. The oil can be an anti-inflammatory painkiller, a cough treatment, a remedy for nail fungus, and it can also soothe psoriasis.
Used in cosmetics, Oregano Oil is known to have antioxidant activity that fights the look of aging, which results in skin that looks clear and smooth. As such, it can treat acne and brighten the complexion. Applied in massage, Oregano Essential Oil’s anti-inflammatory activity can soothe redness, irritation, bites, and discomforts associated with arthritis and injury.
When used in aromatherapy, Oregano Essential Oil can boost the immune system and improve the efficiency of the respiratory tract by loosening up and eliminating a buildup of mucus and phlegm. It can also soothe throat irritation to suppress coughing fits. The calming and relaxing effects of this sedative oil make it an effective sleep aid when diffused in the bedroom.
· COSMETIC: antiviral, antioxidant, anti-inflammatory, disinfectant, antibacterial, anti-aging, stimulant, emmenagogue.
· ODOROUS: expectorant, sedative, stimulant, antitussive
· MEDICINAL: antiviral, antibacterial, antifungal, anti-parasitic, antitussive, expectorant, stimulant.
Rosemary receives its name from the Latin term “Dew of the Sea,” as it is native to the sea cliffs of the Mediterranean region
Rosemary belongs to an aromatic family of herbs that includes Basil, Lavender, Myrtle, and Sage.
Rosemary was considered sacred by ancient Greeks, Egyptians, Hebrews, and Romans, who used it to improve memory, incense,
protection, and as a reminder of the life and death cycle, among other uses.
Rosemary Essential Oil of the most superior quality is obtained from the flowering tops of the plant.
Rosemary Essential Oil is best known for its stimulating, soothing, and pain relieving properties.
BENEFITS OF USING ROSEMARY OIL
Rosemary Essential Oil’s chemical composition consists of the following main constituents: α -Pinene, Camphor, 1,8-Cineol, Camphene, Limonene, and Linalool.
α -Pinene is known to exhibit the following activity:
· Cough suppressant
· Cough suppressant
· Nervous system stimulant
· Appetite suppressant
Used in aromatherapy, Rosemary Oil helps reduce stress levels and nervous tension, boost mental activity, encourage clarity and insight, relieve fatigue, and support respiratory function. It is used to improve alertness, eliminate negative moods, and increase the retention of information by enhancing concentration.
Inhaling Rosemary Oil boosts the immune system by stimulating internal anti-oxidant activity, which in turn fights ailments caused by free radicals, and it relieves throat and nasal congestion by clearing the respiratory tract.
Diluted and used topically, Rosemary Essential Oil is known to stimulate hair growth, reduce pain, soothe inflammation, eliminate headaches, strengthen the immune system, and condition hair to make it look and feel healthy.
In cosmetics for hair care, Rosemary Essential Oil’s tonic properties stimulate hair follicles to lengthen and strengthen hair while slowing the graying of hair, preventing hair loss, and moisturizing dry scalp to relieve dandruff.
· COSMETIC: Stimulant, Analgesic, Anti-inflammatory, Antiseptic, Anti-fungal, Anti-bacterial, Astringent, Disinfectant, Antioxidant.
· ODOROUS: Anti-stress, Cognition-enhancement, Psycho-stimulant, Stimulant, Decongestant.
· MEDICINAL: Anti-bacterial, Anti-fungal, Detoxifying, Analgesic, Anti-inflammatory, Carminative, Laxative, Decongestant, Antiseptic, Disinfectant, Antiseptic.