Thyme

"Timus Vulgaris"

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Strong in aroma, texture, and flavor, thyme is considered an exotic plant that was first used in the Mediterranean. Its high volume of thymol and carvacrol mixture acts as a perfect antimicrobial agent, carrying also anti-inflammatory, antiseptic and analgesic properties that are healthy when applied directly to the skin.

Characteristics/Properties:

  • Antiseptic

  • Analgesic

  • Anti-inflammatory

  • Anti-microbial

Basil

"Ocimum basilicum"

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“Ocimum Basilicum” is the Latin name given to this specific herb, it was first seen and discovered in India in which it was utilized as a medicinal ingredient for doctors to treat skin infections like acnes. On the other hand, the basils’ essence is also used in aromatherapies to treat depression, migraine, and mental fatigue due to its strong and relaxing aroma. It also contains properties that naturally repel insects, flies and mosquitos.

Characteristics/Properties:

  • Anti-inflammatory

  • Anti-oxidant

  • Anti-microbial

  • Natural mosquito repellent

Rosemary

"Salvia Rosmarinus"

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This specific herb is considered one of the oldest ingredients used in ancient France, Spain and Morocco as a medicinal option to cure many injuries. Its properties serve as stimuli to energize and regenerate skin cells; as a secondary function, it acts as a natural repellent against mosquitos. In addition, rosemary is rich in Pinene, Caffeine, and Cyclone, which means it contains anti-inflammatory and antiseptic properties when applied directly to the skin and injuries.

Characteristics/Properties:​

  • Anti-inflammatory

  • Anti-oxidant

  • Natural mosquito repellent

  • Natural tick repellent

Grapefruit

"Citrus Paradisi"

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Grapefruit is rich in vitamin C; B2, B3, potassium, calcium, and magnesium stimulate the lymphatic glands. In addition, grapefruit oil and essence are also used in aromatherapy sessions to mitigate headaches, depression, stress, and migraines. If properly applied to the skin it may well benefit the lymphatic system that helps detoxify the body. 

Characteristics/Properties:​

  • Vitamin C

  • Anti-bacterial

  • Anti-microbial

  • Anti-oxidant

Lime

"Citrus Aurantiifolia"

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Lemon is a citric fruit rich in vitamin C. Because of its high volume of acidity it’s not recommended to apply directly to the skin, but if properly combined with other ingredients it may act as a strong remedy to reduce skin rash and scars. Lemon essence also acts as a sturdy antioxidant that stimulates and generates collagen, while also performing as a disinfecting agent to heal light wounds, scratches, and rashes. On the other hand, it is considered a natural repellent against mosquitos and flies because of its high content of acidic and bitter flavor.

Characteristics/Properties:​

  • Vitamin C

  • Anti-bacterial

  • Anti-microbial

  • Anti-oxidant

  • Soothes insect bites

  • Natural mosquito repellent

Clove

"Syzygium Aromaticum"

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Clove was first discovered in the farming fields of Indonesia and it rapidly became a useful ingredient within the country’s culinary art and gastronomy. Through the years, many different methods and approaches were introduced to manipulate such valuable ingredients, from medical treatments to aromatherapies. Apart from being packed with vitamins A, B1, B2, B3 and B5, its high content of Eugenol makes it a strong anesthetic and analgesic option. On the other side, clove also acts as a natural repellent for flies and mosquitos if combined with alcohol.

Characteristics/Properties:​

  • Anti-bacterial

  • Anti-septic

  • Vitamin A, B1, B2, B3, B5

  • Anesthetic

  • Analgesic

  • Natural mosquito repellent

Lemongrass "Cymbopogon"

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The Lemongrass was originally discovered in Asia, Africa and some parts of Australia. It was first used as a curative plant because of its strong lemon scent and flavor, but later other means were introduced to preserve foods. Although its rich flavor and strong lemon aroma intensively repel mosquitos, it also contains antiseptic and anti-irritant properties that help ease mosquito bites and swollenness. Lemongrass is also an excellent option to treat skin rash, scars and acne.

Characteristics/Properties:​

  • Detoxifer

  • Anti-septic

  • Anti-irritant

  • Anti-inflammatory 

  • Soothes insect bites

  • Natural mosquito repellent

VINEGER 

"Vinum"

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Vinegar has been considered a natural compound to conduct deep cleaning on many different environments, its usage has long been utilized to clean and disinfect organic and non-organic material from potential bacterial threat that may cause harm on human beings. Its high content of acetic acid makes vinegar a powerful chemical-free disinfectant and its mainly used to clean household appliances, kitchen tools, furniture and hard surfaces. It’s important to mention that vinegar acts as a useful cleaning agent when the level of acidity applied ranges from 5% – 6%.

Characteristics/Properties:​

  • Eco-friendly cleaner

  • Eliminates mold

  • Natural disinfectant

  • Degreaser

  • Odor neutralizer

  • Ant and bug repellent

  • Cleans urine stains / smells from pets

alcohol

"vocatus"

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Alcohol, also known as ethanol, comes in various forms that are widely used within medicine as an antiseptic, disinfectant, antidote and remedy to treat many health problems. Ethanol has many usages but the most important one is commonly known as a powerful disinfectant that kills, eliminates, neutralizes and sometimes completely removes potential bacteria, germs and virus that may still survive on room temperature and on surfaces. According to the WHO (World Health Organization) ethanol has different percentage manipulations but in order for it to function properly as a guaranteed cleaning agent, any mixture aggregated with ethanol must contain at least 70% of its base composition.

Characteristics/Properties:​

  • Strong surface disinfectant

  • Anti-septic

  • Astringent

  • Removes ticks from pets

  • Anti-septic

  • Anti-bacterial

  • Anti-fungal

  • Anti-microbial

Eucalyptus Lime "Eucalyptea Citrus"

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The eucalyptus leaves were first used as a medicinal ingredient to treat many illnesses because of its strong and bitter aroma that brings health benefits to the body and skin when inhaled or if mixed together with other compounds and applied directly. The eucalyptus essence acts as a powerful anti-inflammatory agent and contains anti-microbial properties, on the other hand, it is considered a natural repellent for mosquitos, flies, bugs and flying insects but also may be applied to treat bug bites, wounds, rashes, and skin burns.

Characteristics/Properties:​

  • Anti-inflammatory

  • Anti-microbial

  • Strong bug repellent

  • Natual skin disinfectant

  • Neutrilizes odors

  • Soothe physicial discomforts

  • Antispasmodic

  • Anti-septic

Citronella

 "Cymbopogon Nardus"

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“Cymbopogon Nardus” commonly known as Citronella, is a plant that shares physical similarity with the lemongrass in terms of shape, function and properties. Although its main usage is to repel mosquitos and sandflies, its also an effective option to treat bug bites and disinfect them at the same time because of its high content of citronerol, citral, eugenol, nerole, geraniol and limonene. Citronella oil and essence are also used in aromatherapies to treat dead skin cells, fatigue and stress.

Characteristics/Properties:​

  • Anti-bacterial

  • Anti-septic

  • Anti-inflammatory

  • Powerfull natural bug repellent

  • Soothe muscle aches

Lavender

"lavandula dentata"

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Lavender is a strong aromatic plant that was first used by the antient roman physicians as a natural herb to treat many different health problems. It was widely used to treat anxiety, insomnia, depression and restlessness due to its strong and perceptive aroma. Centuries later, other beneficial properties were discovered depending on the way it was applied. Studies showed that lavender essence possessed strong anti-fungal and anti-septic properties to treat wounds and heal skin like problems such as acnes. It’s been widely proven that it also carries anti-inflammatory properties which can help heal minor burns and bug bites.

Characteristics/Properties:​

  • Anti-inflammatory

  • Anti-septic

  • Anti-fungal

  • Anti-bacterial

  • Anti-depressant

  • Anti-spasmodic

  • Anti-microbial

  • Analgesic

  • Soothe skin irritation