In the past, vanilla has been used in skin creams, incense, perfumes, food and as an aphrodisiac. Melipona, a Mexican bee, pollinates a vanilla flower. Vanilla flowers began to be pollinated by hand in the 1930s so that their cultivation could penetrate other parts of the world. It is the beans treated with the solvent to release the base oil. Its aroma is sweet, rich, exotic, sensual and warm. Oils that blend well with vanilla are bergamot, grapefruit, jasmine, lemon, orange, rose, mandarin and vetiver.
Neutralizes free radicals
It acts as an aphrodisiac and stimulates the secretion of hormones such as testosterone and estrogen
It helps with fever and fight infections mainly thanks to eugenol and vanillin
It acts as an antidepressant and elevates mood
It helps with menstrual problems
Helps lower blood pressure
Use in ayurvedic medicine
Great for athletic injuries, fighting aging, cleansing acne skin, healing scars, providing emotional support and bringing a feeling of relaxation, helps with respiratory problems, high blood pressure and heart palpitations. It decreases Pitta and Kapha energy and increases Vata energy.
3 drops of essential oil into water in the scented lamp or your popular diffuser. To intensify the effects, you can swivel your bath towel over your head and lean over the rising scent. We recommend this procedure for breathing problems or facial skin problems
Relaxing the mind
Mix vanilla with lotion, bath salt or facial serum for amazing emotional relaxation.
To have your clothes smell beautifully, add a few drops to the dryer.
Packaging: amber glass bottle with dropper (volume based on selected variant if applicable)
- Safety card
- Diluted on skin
- Undiluted on skin
- Internal use
- Kids friendly