Winter savory oil
Satureja montana

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💉 Help stimulate natural defense and purify respiratory and urinary tracts.•Strong disinfectant helps purify respiratory and urinary tracts.•Helps stimulate natural body defense.•Stimulating, helping to maintain energy and vitality.•Helps calm and regenerate damaged skin.

USE 💆•In massage, mix 2-3 drops of essential oil combined with vegetable oil (of choice).🥤•Orally, adults-only, take one drop of essential oil and 1 drop of cinnamon at the sugar cube or a teaspoon of honey, neutral oil, for 5 days, up to twice a day.🚫•Do not exceed the recommended daily dose.•Keep out of the children’s reach.• It is not recommended for children under 8 years of age.• It is not recommended for pregnant women and breastfeeders.•if used locally in combination with oils (e.g., olive, Ricinus, etc.) to less than 2%.•It is not recommended for patients with severe liver damage. Keep away from heat and light.

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Winter savory oil-Satureja_montana

An essential oil obtained by steam distillation of the fresh flowering plant of the Satureja montana

 

Our advanced distillation system blends traditional skills with modern scientific approaches in order to produce high-quality essential oils and derivatives.

The main chemical: %

ά  – Pinene  %…..3,55

Camphene  %…..0,94

β- Pinene  %…..0,36

ρ– Cymen %…..13,64

γ – Terpinene %…..6,45

Linalol  %…..1,90

Terpinene-4-ol %…..4,59

Thymol  %…..38,47

Carvacrol %…..5,46

Mircene %…..1,73

ά  –Terpinene  %…..2,10

β- Bisabolena  %….. 3,37

Bornil acetate %….. 1,67

 

A-B Pinene // Myrcene

stimulant, antiviral, antitumor, decongestant, antibacterial, hepatoprotective.

 

Terpinene // Terpinene-4-ol

antioxidant, anti-proliferative, show antimicrobial properties against various human pathogens.

 

Terpinolene

Has strongly aromatic properties which make it a commonly used ingredient in soaps, perfumes, lotions.

 

Bornyl Acetate

spasmolytic, sedative, anti-fungal, anesthetic, anti-inflammatory, antibiotic, analgesic.

 

Linalol

Antimicrobial, antiseptic, notifying, balancing, spasmolytic, anesthetic, anti-inflammatory.

 

Cymene

Stimulant, antiviral, antitumor, decongestant, antibacterial, hepatoprotective.

 

Camphene

commonly used in cannabis-based creams. Its ability to potentially treat skin conditions such as eczema and psoriasis.

 

Thymol

It has a natural class of biocides that destroy harmful organisms such as bacteria that cause infections. One of the uses is also anti-fungal.

 

Carvacrol

Reducing inflammation, healing wounds, repelling insects, relieving pain, providing antioxidants, treating small bacterial overgrowth, freaking fungal infections.

 

β- Bisabolena

It is a sesquiterpene, strong aroma acts like natural insecticide, anticancer (especially breast cancer).

 

Health benefits of Savory Essential Oil

Savory is one important oil that has ever been extracted. From the past to the present, it can’t be denied that this oil has influenced the lives of people in more ways more than one. To this day, many people still use savory as an important part of their cooking as it is a good marinade. Listed below are a few of the health benefits of using Savory Essential Oil

 

Antiseptic

Savory essential oil consists of higher phenol content which makes it a very good antiseptic. For this reason, it is one of the most popular ingredients in scar-treatment creams. Similarly, it is a good ingredient for balms and ointments meant to treat burns, cuts, wounds, sores, and even abscesses. Certain toothpaste and mouthwash companies have also made this oil an important ingredient of their products. If you have a cut, you can easily prevent it from getting infected and promote its faster healing if you add 2-3 drops of this essential oil to a small bottle of 70% alcohol.

 

Aphrodisiac

As already mentioned, people in the past supposed that savory delivered aphrodisiac results. Research has revealed that this oil is a good aphrodisiac(sex) when blended with massage oil. So include in your daily life to get its benefits.

 

Anti-inflammatory

The savory essential oil has a huge amount of anti-inflammatory properties. This makes it an ideal treatment for various fungal infections, mainly those that affect the skin. Many people have also discovered that this oil is ideal for the treatment of psoriasis because of this feature.

 

Soothing

If you are physically and mentally stressed out, you can also add savory essential oil to another equally effective essential oil, orange oil for an aromatherapy treatment. After inhaling the fumes of the blended oils, you can soon feel calm and relaxed.

 

Other Uses

In illness

Because of the high phenol content, savory oil is very strongly antiseptic, again like oregano and thyme, but it must always be used in dilution. It is very useful for accelerating the formation of scar tissue, and for treating bites, burns, ulcers, and abscesses.

 

Usage

For cuts, have ready a small bottle consisting of 70 percent proof alcohol and 3 – 4 drops of savory essential oil. This will stop bleeding and stinging. Afterward rub on oil consisting of 10 ml (2 tsp) soya oil, 2 – 3 drops wheat germ oil, and 3 drops savory oil. This will help in fast healing.

 

In cookery

Summer savory is considered better for cooking than winter, being less strong and coarse in flavor. Both are quite biting and bitterer than thyme. The herbs dry very well, and savory is then most reminiscent of thyme.

 

Use savory in meat stews and marinades, especially those for a game; it is also good with grills of fish or chops. Use it with discretion though, as it can dominate.

Savory is called ‘Bohnenkraut’ in German, meaning, ‘bean herb’, and has long been cooked with all kinds of beans to help their digestion and the assimilation of their vitamins and minerals, thus avoiding flatulence. The herb is also added to sauerkraut, sausages, and salami, and was once used to form a wrapping for some French cheeses.

 

Other uses

The herb can be used in potpourris and was once a popular antiseptic strewing herb. Soap perfumed with savory, especially if combined with lime, has antiseptic properties and leaves the hands smelling fresh.

 

Traditional uses and benefits of Savory essential oil

The essential oil is considered to be antibacterial, anti-fungal, and antioxidant.

It is a warming, stimulating oil that is used to treat arthritis.

It stimulates the immune system and can be pain-relieving.

 

Mix 6 drops of organic savory essential oil with 20 drops of organic sesame essential oil, and apply topically to areas of joint pains and arthritis.

 

By diffusing savory essential oil in your living spaces you will sanitize the air and ward off winter illness.

Savory Essential Oil has traditionally been used to aid an array of digestive ailments, boost breathing, and release control on an emotional level.

 

This oil acts as a natural booster for the immune system of the individual.

This oil acts as a digestive remedy for colic and diarrhea.

 

The oil has antibacterial and antiviral properties. Because of this, it is very effective for the viral infections.

The oil is highly effective for the gastro-intestinal and the urinary infections

 

The oil is very good for women as far as vaginal yeast infections are concerned.

In the middle Ages, savory was recommended for the treatment of gout.

 

Savory essential oil Facts

The savory essential oil is an important essential oil extracted from the blooms and plants of Satureia Montana. The oil is actually a stimulator and acts as the booster of immune systems. Generally called the oil of Mountain savory, it comes from the genus species called Satureja Montana.

The fact is that there are many species belonging to Mountain Savory. All these come under the same generic label called savory. The fact of the matter is that there are some species of this herb that one cannot use for therapeutic use. These types of species are intertwined or substituted.

One has the option to order the oil under the common name but one should also mention the genus species before one orders the product. The name Satureja is derived from the Latin word Satureja meaning herb.

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