Cajeput Bio Aromaöl

Cajeput Bio

100% pure in the 20ml violet glass

Regular price€ 19,80
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Vegan


Quantity: 20 ml
( € 99,00 / 100 ml)
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Cajeput (Melaleuca leucadendron), also known as the melaleuca tree, is native to Southeast Asia and Australia, now grown mainly in Madagascar and Indonesia. The name “cajeput” is derived from its Indonesian name, “kayu putih” or “white wood”. In Asia, oil from the cajeput has been used as a “cure-all” remedy for centuries. The smell of cajeput is described as being fresh with fruity undertones.

Our essential oils are:

  • 100% natural, without additives
  • exclusively in organic quality
  • of high quality
  • ideal for aromatherapy applications
  • proven in our pharmacy
Melaleuca Leucadendron (from controlled organic farming). AT-BIO-301. Light-protected filled in noble Violettglasfläschchen.
Für die Anwendung im Rahmen der Aromatherapie beraten dich gerne unsere Pharmazeuten in der Apotheke oder qualifizierte Aromatherapeuten.
Always read the label on the back before use. Keep away from children. Store at room temperature.

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OUR PHILOSOPHY

The historic Saint Charles Apothecary exists since 1886 in Vienna and is the scientific and ethical backbone of Saint Charles. All Saint Charles products are based on the teachings of Traditional European Medicine (TEM) in combination with the latest findings in naturopathy. In developing them, we pursue our passion for high-quality, sustainable and effective natural remedies and cosmetics.

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AROMATHERAPY

Our aromatherapy range has been developed by our pharmacists at Saint Charles Apotheke Vienna. It includes essential oils of the highest organic quality, blends as well as diffusers.

The powerful world of fragrances
AROMATHERAPY

A fragrance says more than 1,000 words - because smells form an important basis of communication. Smelling was and is immensely important for our lives. The human sense of smell has a particularly fast and direct connection to the brain. In particular to the limbic system, which primarily controls unconscious actions and serves to process feelings. This olfactory memory allows us to remember exactly what it smelled like in grandma's kitchen at Christmas - or on our first holiday in the alpine region - even decades later. If pleasant feelings are associated with a certain smell, we can trigger a feeling of well-being again by using this scent in a targeted way.

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