Japanese Mint Oil from Rs. 140.00
Japanese mint is a plant. The oil is removed from the parts that grow above the ground and used to make medicine. Japanese mint oil is used for various digestive complaints including poor appetite, gas, indigestion, nausea, diarrhea, gallstones, liver problems, and irritable bowel syndrome It is also used for respiratory tract problems including common cold, cough, bronchitis, and sore mouth and throat. Other uses include treatment of fever, pain, spasms, headaches, toothaches, cramps, earache, tumors, sores, cancer, heart problems, breathing difficulties, tendency toward infection, and sensitivity to weather changes. Some people use Japanese mint as a stimulant, a germ-killer, or a pain-killer. When inhaled, Japanese mint is used for swelling of the lining of the upper respiratory tract. Japanese mint oil contains up to 95% menthol. In manufacturing, Japanese mint is also used as a fragrance in toothpaste, mouthwash, gargles, soaps, detergents, creams, lotions, and perfumes. Commercially it is used as a source of menthol. Japanese mint oil is not recommended for full body massage, so unlike a typical massage oil, it is most effective to dab a few drops on the specific spot or effected muscle and then gently massage it in. You will feel the effects of just 2-3 eye-drop sized applications almost immediately. Mint oil causes a deep-heating sensation and it penetrates the antagonizing muscle completely and quickly. How to Use: Use it as diffuser or mixed with essential oil burner Can be used as a vaporiser by adding few drop of oil to water. Can add 2-3 drop of oil to bath tub/bucket for a refreshing bathing experience. Japanese mint oil is not recommended for full body massage, so unlike a typical massage oil, it is most effective as a pain reliever. Please use few drops on the specific spot or effected muscle and then gently massage it in. You will feel the effects of just almost immediately. Mint oil causes a deep-heating sensation and it penetrates the antagonizing muscle completely and quickly and help relieves the pain. For more full body massage, it is recommend to add few drops of Japanese mint oil with coconut oil. Coconut oil is a perfect “carrier oil” for other medicinal and herbal elements. Word of Caution: Intended for external use only Keep out of reach of children Avoid contact with eyes. Not recommended for use in infants and children, especially when applied around the nose, since it can trigger serious breathing problems. The menthol in Japanese mint oil might worsen Asthma; so asthmatic people must not use it. Don't use Japanese mint if you suffer from a liver problem.
Lemongrass Oil from Rs. 125.00
H2H Lemongrass essential oil is extracted through the process of steam distillation of dried lemongrass. Lemongrass is known by the scientific names Cymbopogon Citratus or Andropogon Citratus. The main constituents of its essential oil are Myrcene, Citronellal, Geranyl Acetate, Nerol, Geraniol, Neral, Limonene and Citral. As the name implies, lemongrass smells just like lemons and has a fresh, grassy, herbaceous, citrus aroma and earthy undertones Lemongrass has traditionally been used in Ayurveda as a stimulant with its many benefits for the body and mind when added to a carrier oil. Its antiseptic and astringent properties make it perfect for getting even and glowing skin. It also purifies pores, serves as a natural toner and strengthens skin structure. Applying it to the scalp strengthens hair follicles, controls hair loss and leaves hair shiny and fresh. The citral and limonene content stifles bacterial and fungal to avoid skin infections. Topical application also helps alleviate headaches, pain and wards off insects and germs. The relaxing and hypnotic smell relieves anxiety, irritability, and insomnia. As a diffuser oil, it is a perfectly natural and safe air freshener and deodorizer. Benefits : • 100% Natural • Natural Astringent • Protects against skin infections • Strengthens hair follicles • Repels insects • Alleviates anxiety and insomnia • Stimulates and boosts energy How to Apply: For Home Fragrance: Pour a few drops onto a cotton ball and tuck into a corner of the room, refresh the cotton as required. Can also be used as a diffuser oil by adding a few drops with water to an essential oil burner. Bathroom Deodoriser: Put a few drops of the essential oil under your sink or in the corner of the bathroom and refresh every 12-14 hours. For Skin, Hair and Body: To be used after diluting with a carrier oil such as Coconut, Almond and Sesame only. Add 1 or 2 drops of essential oil to a teaspoon of your chosen carrier oil and blend well. Not for direct use on skin. Keep away from eyes. For external use only. Word of Caution: It is absolutely not recommended to use this in cooking or flavoring as this is for external use only.
Apricot Oil - 100ML Rs. 245.00
100% cold pressed H2H Apricot oil is extracted from wild Himalayan Apricot seeds. Rich in essential fatty acids like oleic and linoleic acid, this apricot oil has high vitamin A, E and C. Since it easily penetrates the skin, it is good oil for prematurely aged, dry or irritated skin. The excellent softening and moisturizing properties of this oil is great for face, hands and hair.
Tulsi Oil - 30 ML Rs. 315.00
H2H Tulsi oil is made by steam distillation of Rama & Shyam Tulsi leaves. It is a powerful aromatic herb used extensively both in Ayurvedic clinical and folk medicine; Tulsi, or holy basil, is considered a purifier of the mind, body, and spirit. Tulsi has a special place in Hindu households, where it is planted for its auspicious and protective powers. Its unique blend of medicinal and fragrant qualities have earned this sharp, fresh herbaceous-minty oil the title "Elixir of Life". With powerful therapeutic benefits, our tulsi essential oil is an aromatic jewel that belongs in every natural medicine chest. Tulsi, meaning "the incomparable one", is thought to embody a purifying radiance that refines body, mind and spirit. Tulsi brilliantly boosts vitality and can be used daily to maintain resilient health. When diffused, Tulsi will promote vitality for the whole family and should therefore always be on hand, especially when the children become congested. Reminiscent of freshly cut basil, Tulsi’s unique fragrance qualities are spicy, sweet and herbaceous-minty, with a pronounced warm, clove-like accent. Its effects are warming, clarifying and uplifting. How To Use Tulsi Essential Oil In the Diffuser: Tulsi has a strong, purifying fragrance on its own and can be used by adding few drops of Tulsi oil in a diffuser/ essential oil burner. It can also be effectively blended with other oils like eucalyptus, citronella oil etc..Massage: Adding 2-4 drops into 5 ml vegetable oil is good for massage.Bathing: Can add 6 drops in bath tub/bucket for refreshing bathing experience.Vaporiser: Add 6 to 8 drops to water for using as vaporiser. Safety Instruction: Do not apply undiluted to skin. Keep away from children and eyes. Tulsi essential oil is dermo-caustic and should only be applied topically in extreme dilution of 0.5% or less. Do not use during pregnancy. Avoid if susceptible to epilepsy. Do not use on children under two years old. For external use only. Do not take Tulsi essential oil internally.
Citronella Oil from Rs. 175.00
H2H Citronella Oil is extracted from citronella grass through steam distillation method. This oil has pungent, musky and citrus like aroma & is used as a plant-based insect repellent. It emits nice fragrance whole day and is ideal to ward-off small insects, flies and mosquitoes. Aroma of Citronella oil is very refreshing and it helps eliminate the foul smell in rooms and closets. Source- Dehradun valley
Himalayan Turmeric Oil - 30ML Rs. 550.00
Turmeric essential oil is extracted from the roots of turmeric plants and just like turmeric powder; it has anti-allergic, anti-bacterial, anti-microbial, antifungal and antiparasitic qualities. It is also loaded with antioxidants. The Oil is made by Steam distillation-process, where in the end water and oil is separated. The essential oil of turmeric is very difficult to extract since 1 quintal of turmeric will give you around 200 grams of oil .Source : Dehradun hillsProcessing : Rani Pokhari, BiharigadHow to Use Turmeric Oil? Benefits of Turmeric It promotes a clear, flawless skin free from blemishes. Turmeric oil possesses the ability to manage stiffness, pain, and inflammation in joints caused due to rheumatoid osteoarthritis. The photo-protective property of turmeric saves the skin from sunburns. At a therapeutic level, Turmeric oil prevents inflammation associated colon carcinogenesis. It potentially treats epilepsy It helps in preventing neurologic diseases. It promotes healthy digestion by addressing digestion associated problems. It supports a healthy liver It promotes oral health. Directions: Take a pea-sized amount of the oil. Gently rub the oil into your skin with your fingertips. Don’t be too harsh on your skin. If you have dry skin, you can leave the oil on overnight. If you’re prone to breakouts or have sensitive skin, wash it off after 15 minutes. In case you choose to apply the oil to the rest of your body, make sure it doesn’t touch your clothes. You want your skin to reap the benefits of the oil, not stain your clothes! Important: to remember is that essential oils should be diluted with carrier oils before applying on the skin or hair. Do not apply turmeric oil directly on your skin. Mix it with a carrier oil like coconut, olive, jojoba or apricot oil before using. The oil can also be consumed orally in small portions.
Cold Pressed Hemp Seed Oil - 100ML Rs. 560.00
Hempseed oil is often referred as “hemp oil,” and it is prepared by cold-pressing hemp seeds. Hemp oil is unrefined. It is a green oil and have a nutty flavor. hempseed oil is beneficial to the skin because of it's omega-6 and omega-3 fatty acids. Consuming these nutrients can help to treat skin conditions like atopic dermatitis. Hemp oil has numerous health benefits like Moderates oil production Moisturizes and soothes inflammation Has anti-aging properties Treats atopic dermatitis How is hemp oil used? There are several methods you can use to get the skin benefits from hemp oil. Topical use of hemp oil The first method is to apply the hemp oil directly to your skin. This can work if you have immediate irritation or dry patches of skin that you want to soothe quickly. Before using the oil, try a patch test to make sure you won’t get an unwanted reaction: Wash and dry a small area of your upper arm (such as the crook of your elbow). Apply a small amount of the pure hemp oil. (If using the hemp and essential oil mixture described below, test in a separate spot from the pure oil and at a different time.) Cover the spot with a bandage and leave it in place for 24 hours, being careful not to get the bandage wet. If any redness, burning, itching, or other irritation occurs, you can assume you’re sensitive to the oil and shouldn’t use it. If you have a reaction, remove the bandage immediately and wash the spot with soap and water. If you don’t see or feel any reaction, then the oil is probably safe to use. If you’re using the hemp oil to treat acne and want to apply it topically, apply the oil directly to clean skin and leave it on for one to two minutes before washing it away with warm water. Hemp oil and essential oil mixture. You can also combine hemp oil and other anti-inflammatory and soothing ingredients with a recipe like the following, which can be applied directly to the skin: 1/4 cup hemp oil 2 teaspoons melted coconut oil (can be melted in the microwave; place desired amount in a microwaveable container and heat in 30 second intervals, stirring between each interval, until completely melted) 4 to 5 drops skin-boosting essential oil, like lavender or rosemary oil Note: Essential oils, like lavender or rosemary oil, should only be used topically and in a diluted mixture. Do not take essential oils internally. Many are toxic. Oral use of hemp oil The second method is to ingest hemp oil, which can provide the same skin benefits and additional overall health benefits as using the oil topically. If you take hemp oil orally, there’s less risk of any skin irritation or break outs, although it may cause some temporary digestive upset. Talk to your doctor before taking hemp oil orally. If you do take it orally, you can have 1 to 2 teaspoons daily — either all at one time or divided into two doses. If you don’t like the taste or consuming the hemp oil straight, you can also use it in different recipes. One option is to mix it into foods, like smoothies, salad dressings, or soup. Or you can use it for cooking. Ref : https://www.healthline.com/health/hemp-oil-for-skin#uses