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Aromatherapy essential oil Diffuser Purenaissance, Domestic-professional use, with three bottles of 10ml essential oils.

Aromatherapy essential oil Diffuser Purenaissance, Domestic-professional use, with three bottles of 10ml essential oils.

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his beautiful diffuser It adds elegant touch to your house or office decor.

Easy to use
Adjustable Aroma Intensity - fill a small space or up to a 20 x 30 square meters area. Non slip base, 7-colored LED light, easy to maintain and keep your apartment' decor beautiful.

Zen and elegant home decor
Fits in a variety of settings, including living rooms, bedroom, bathroom, conference room, hotel, yoga clubs and office. You obtain the freshener and clear air that you want.

type: 21WX-YX513
voltage: AC110V,60HZ;DC 24V/0.5A
material: PP/ABS
capacity: 400ml
color: light wood
product size: 168mm(W)x 115mm(H)
product weight: 520g/330g.

-1-Pure Bergamot Essential Oil Purenaissance 10 ml

The essential oil of Bergamot is known for its digestive qualities. Its smell is fresh, floral and lemony. On the palate, it leaves a tangy and sweet flavor. It is used in cooking in drinks, sorbets, confectionery but also associated with white meats, fish for its exotic note.

The essential oil of bergamot, contained in the bark, is the subject of a special extraction technique, carried out with a special machine invented in 1924 in Italy, which offers a yield of 0.5 to 0.65% . The quality of the essential oil depends largely on the variety of the fruit.Bergamot is an essential oil particularly susceptible to adulteration due to its production in small quantities. It is cut with cheaper oils of bergamot mint or bitter orange or mixtures of terpenes ; the so-called Femminello is the best, even if it represents only 20% of harvests.

Thus, it is highly recommended to consult a doctor for any use for therapeutic purposes.

Bargamot Essential Oil Technical data Sheet:

Family: Rutacea

Appearance: A clear mobile liquid (sometimes there is a deposit consisting of waxes)

Color: Green to Greenish yellow

Odor: citrus cologne

Organ: Zest (the peel of fruit)

Processing Method: Cold Press (expression)

Type: 100% Naturel

Origin: France.

-2-Pure Lavender Essential Oil Purenaissance

Lavender essential oil is the most used essential oil in the world today, but the benefits of lavender were actually discovered over 2,500 years ago. Because of its powerful antioxidant, antimicrobial, sedative, calming and antidepressive properties, lavender oil benefits abound and it’s been used both cosmetically and therapeutically for centuries.

The Latin name of lavender is Lavare, which means “to wash”. This is because lavender flowers and lavender essential oil have been used since ancient times by the Romans, Persians, Greeks, and Egyptians as a bath additive and perfume.

The Egyptians used lavender for mummification and as a perfume. In fact, when King Tut’s tomb was opened in 1923, there was said to be a faint scent of lavender that could still be detected after 3,000 years.

Early and modern aromatherapy texts advocate for lavender’s use as an antibacterial essential oil. The leaves and stems of the plant were used to prepare decoctions against digestive system diseases and rheumatism, and lavender was valued for its cosmetic purposes. The Romans used lavender oil for bathing, cooking and purifying the air.

Technical Data:

Common Name: Lavender, Lavender

Latin name: Lavandula angustifolia, Lavandula vera (wild), Lavandula officinalis (cultivated ).

Appearance: Mobile liquid

Color: light yellow.

Odor: floral, herbaceous and rustic fragrance characteristic of Lavender.

Botanical Family: Lamiaceae.

Organ: Flowered top.

Processing Method: Steam distillation.

Type: 100% pure.

Origin: Provence, Spain.

-3-Pure Basil Essential Oil Purenaissance

Sweet Basil is the most common and the most popular of basils. With its prolific bush full of large, dark green leaves, sweet basil lives up to its name in so many ways, not the least of which is its intoxicating aroma. Basil, commonly known as sweet basil, common basil, or even St. Joseph wort, is also dubbed in France as l’herbe royal’.

Originally, the term "basil" meant a mythical snake whose eyes could kill the one who crosses it. From the fourteenth century, it also refers to this little spice, probably because it could appear on the table of kings. Originally from the center of Africa, it was domesticated in India and then distributed throughout Asia and brought to the West by the soldiers of Alexander the Great 300 years before our era. These multiple trips have encouraged the selection of hundreds of varieties in various parts of the world, which have specific characteristics and very different essential oils.

Basil is a popular herb in European cooking, particularly Italian dishes. Its delightfully aromatic leaves reveal a wide variety of flavors from lemony, minty to cinnamon and even licorice. Even the leaves of the many different varieties are unique, the colors ranging from green to deep purple with smooth leaves or even crinkled leaves.

To choose a good Basil essential oil, you must have in mind its optimal biochemical composition, its physical and organoleptic characteristics as well as some notions on its geographical exploitation. It takes 6 to 10 kg of flowering tops to produce 10 ml of essential oil.

Common name: Large green basil, Sweet basil with linalool, Pistou

Scientific name: Ocimum basilicum

Appearance: mobile liquid

Color: clear yellow

Odor: fresh, spicy and slightly aniseed fragrance, licorice-like, slightly camphorous.

Storage conditions: To avoid deterioration and protect the aromatic and therapeutic properties of your essential oil store them in amber or cobalt blue bottles. Dark glass such as amber or cobalt helps to keep out deteriorating sunlight.

Botanical Family: Lamiaceae

Organ: Flowering plant

Processing Method: Steam distillation

Type: 100% pure

Origin: India.
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