Digestion and Intestinal Health
Capsules with 100% organic essential oils including cardamom and caraway which contribute to digestive comfort
Modern man is caught up in a real whirlwind on a daily basis: stress, work, family, leisureâ€¦ He runs after time! This lifestyle at full speed "generates bad habits in the food sector: he eats quickly, too fat, in front of his screen without a break devoted to digestion, unbalanced,... result : difficult digestion, heaviness in the stomach, nausea, bloating,... Oleocaps + 3 BIO based on essential oils of Peppermint, Cardamom, Ginger, Chinese Cinnamon, Caraway and Lemon offers support in the event of digestive disorders but also to prevent the aftermath of large meals and travel sickness.
15586Capsules with 100% organic essential oils including cardamom and caraway which contribute to digestive comfort
"Organic mini-capsules pre-dosed with 100% pure and natural essential oil of Peppermint. Practical size. Easy to swallow. Neutral taste. Hybrid from Mentha aquatica and Mentha spicata, this 80 cm plant is perennial. Its stems are quadrangular; the leaves are opposite, oval, acute and toothed. She likes cool, clayey and limestone soils. The distillation takes place in June just before flowering. "
A hybrid of Mentha aquatica and Mentha spicata, peppermint is an 80-cm perennial plant. It has quadrangular stems and oval, sharp dentate leaves opposite each other. It likes cool, clay and limy soils. Distillation takes place in June, just before the plants bloom.
420Mentha x piperita
Contains rosemary essential oil to help cleanse, remove and maintain hepatobiliary drainage and lemon essential oil for liver health. At each change of season or as a complement to your slimming program, trust plants to detoxify the body!
5503Elixir with essential oils - Ready to drink
"A hybrid plant between grapefruit and sweet orange, this shrub provides fruit with yellow or pink rinds. This astringent and slightly sweet edible fruit is made up of a dozen quarters. It grows in a cluster, hence its English name ""grapefruit""."
Native to china, bergamot belongs to the botanic family of the Rutaceae under which we also find all the citrus fruits: lemon, mandarin, grapefruit and orange. The essence, obtained through cold pressing of the zest, has very subtile citrine and cosy fragrance, and its atmospheric diffusion seduces everyone.
Much more well-known in ancient times, where wreaths crowned victors, and in cuisine, where it forms part of the bouquet garni, bay produces a remarkable essential oil that remains too little-used in aromatherapy. Native to the Mediterranean basin, this tree has a smooth, dark grey bark and leaves that are a dark shiny green on top and paler on the underside.
Native to India and cultivated in the south of Europe and California, lemon is one of the most useful fruits in natural medicine. The essence is obtained by cold expression of the external part of the fruit peel. Around 3,000 lemons are needed to obtain 1 kg of essence. It has so many properties that it is systematically used, with real success, in a large number of ailments. The essence neutralises Eberth bacilli and staphylococcus in 5 minutes, and Loeffler bacilli (diphtheria) in 20 minutes.
Native to the Mediterranean basin, sweet fennel is an apiaceae (umbelliferous) that can reach 2 meters in height. It is characterized by umbels of yellow flowers, pinnate and feathery leaves as well as oblong seeds characteristic of the botanical family.
Greenland Ledon provides a rare, precious and fabulous essential oil. Efficiency is matched only by its hefty price tag. In the most serious situations, it will always remain a saving remedy as its profile is both simple and complex, far exceeding any reasoned biochemical interpretation. The therapist who has the experience knows its full value. An essential oil with great potential for the future. This plant, little used because little known and rare, offers very effective therapeutic properties.
Native to to the Mediterranean bassin and tropical regions, the fruit of the Citrus sinensis is called 'sweet orange' in order to make the distinction from the 'bitter orange' (Citrus aurantium). The birthplace of this orange tree is found between the Himalaya and Southern China. Around the year 1400, Portugese have imported it. Since then, the culture has spread considerably overdifferent countries. The sweet orange tree, a small tree belonging to the Rutacees family, is an old hybrid, stemming probably from a crossbreeding of the Citrus maxima and Citrus reticulata.
In the light, sandy soil of Western Europe, this perennial has feathery leaves, and flower heads made up of white, sparse, tube-shaped flowers with yellow centres inserted on a conical receptacle and yellowish ribbed achenes.