What are essential oils
Natural essential oils are volatile mixtures containing up to several dozen to even several hundred chemical compounds

What are essential oils

Essential oils are something different than plant oils everyone knows. They are highly condensed, aromatic volatile substances that quickly volatilize on contact with air. Their consistency is more like water, and they are not greasy. Not soluble in water, they dissolve very well in fats, alcohol or glycerin. Chemically they are very complex, containing alcohols, esters, ketones, aldehydes and terpenes. Some oils contain up to several hundred constituent substances. Some of them are still unidentified and impossible to copy in laboratory, which gives natural oils unique and powerful properties.


Essential oils are found in all parts of plants: leaves, flowers, fruits, branches, bark, resin, stems and wood. They can be found in small "pouches" in concentrations ranging from 0.1-10%.


The function of essential oils is still unclear today. Their effect on the human body is compared to blood, enzymes or hormones. They can restore natural psychophysical balance in our body, many of them are adaptogens.

They differ from each other in scent, chemical composition, vibration frequency, electrical charge, color and texture, influence, mysterious affinity both to specific organs or systems of our body. They positively affect our emotional state and health in a broader sense. In many cultures they are called the "plant’s soul."

There are hundreds of aromatic plants in the world, but only some of them are tested for therapeutic effects and aromatherapeutic use. We use only such oils in our products. The plants from which essential oils are made are subject to influences such as soil type, altitude, weather, humidity, harvest time and many other factors.

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