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Oils 101 — Oil Supplement

Organic Pumpkin Seed Oil

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Organic Pumpkin Seed Oil
Pumpkins are most commonly associated with the holiday season so much so that one can’t imagine fall without this bright orange colored fruit. Botanically known as Cucurbita pepo, is a cultivated plant from the Cucurbita genus. It is said that Cucurbita pepo is a close relative of Cucurbita fraterna. However, pumpkins are very useful as they provide tons of benefits especially as a food source and for medicinal purposes.

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Organic Geranium Essential Oil

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Organic Geranium Essential Oil
Pelargonium graveolens, commonly known as Geranium, is a genus of flowering plants. It is an evergreen plant which is native to temperate and tropical regions of the world. However, many species are native to southern Africa. Being drought and heat tolerant, they have the ability to tolerate only minor frosts. Some of the species have gained popularity for being garden plants, grown as houseplants. These plants have a longer period of flowering and their colors vary from purple to red, and from orange to white. They grow in excessive amounts and in different forms including herbaceous annuals, shrubs, subshrubs, stem succulents and geophytes.

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Peppermint Essential Oil

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Peppermint Essential Oil

Peppermint essential oil is one of the best-selling therapeutic grade essential oils offered by Zongle Therapeutics. Peppermint oil is extremely popular because of its versatility, it can be used topically, aromatically and internally. Its popular uses include improving skin and hair health and revitalizing the body.

Peppermint plant is a combination or cross of two plants watermint and spearmint. The essential oils are gathered through steam distillation of the fresh aerial parts of the flowering plant. The primary ingredient in Peppermint plant is menthol, which makes it one of the most energizing essential oils.

The color of the Peppermint oil has a hint of yellow to it and is thin in consistency. Ours is a steam distilled oil, which gives it a strong minty aroma as compared to other spearmint oils available in the market. At low dilutions, it is fresh, minty and quite uplifting. We see Peppermint oil’s consumption to be at peak during holidays and Christmas and is also otherwise quite popular throughout the year.

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Organic Baobab Oil

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Organic Baobab Oil

You must have heard about organic oils, but you might not be aware of the health benefits these oils provide us with. If you want to look beautiful as well as stay healthy, you just need to make the right choice. All you need to do is add a wonderful carrier oil in your beauty regime and healthcare routine and you will not only have a presentable and ravishing physical appearance, but you will be fit and healthy internally. Well, the most powerful oil among the rest of the oils is Organic Baobab Oil. It has yet not gained popularity, but it is considered to be the ‘next big thing’ and will be widely known in the near future.

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Organic Cassia Essential Oil

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Organic Cassia Essential Oil

Essential oils are worth using when it comes to your skincare and healthcare. Not only this, if you want to have a pleasant feeling and want to feel relaxed, you can diffuse some of the essential oils and enjoy their aroma. Let’s have a look at Cassia and its essential oil which dates to biblical times.

Cassia, also known as Chinese cinnamon (or Cassia bark), belongs to the family Lauraceae. It is an evergreen tree native to China and Burma. Botanically known as Cinnamomum cassia, it is a close relative to true cinnamon, also known as Ceylon cinnamon. The difference between Cassia and Cinnamon is that they are from two different plants. Cassia is from ‘Cinnamomum cassia’ whereas Cinnamon is from ‘Cinnamomum zeylanicum’. Cassia is one of the 50 fundamental herbs used in traditional Chinese medicine. This plant is known for its strong, spicy aroma and has a sweeter taste than that of cinnamon. It is useful in many ways from aromatic and topical use to culinary use.

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