Garlic Essential Oil

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Garlic Essential Oil

Common Name: Garlic

Botanical Name: Allium Sativum

Plant Part: Roots or bulb

Origin: Mexico

Extraction Method: Steam Distillation

Description / Color / Consistency:   A thin pale orange to red liquid.

Aromatic Summary / Note / Strength of Aroma: A very strong sulphurous aroma.

Blends well with: Peppermint, Chamomile, Sandalwood and Lavender


Product Abstract:

Garlic is popular for its ability to promote a healthy skin and encourage a healthy immune system. Allium Sativum is a herb native to Central Asia and comes from the family of onions, chive, and shallot. Where garlic is known for its medicinal and antiseptic properties, its essential oil is rich in healing and soothing compounds. Garlic essential oil carries a sharp odour and therefore is recommended to be blended with milder scents such as that of Lavender or Peppermint. The aroma of garlic essential oil can prevent free radicals in the air from attacking the space it is diffused in.

 Why buy from us?

For a pure and high-quality essential oil, it is significant to opt for a method that is gentler and involves no chemical based solvents. All the Cavin Schon essential oils are extracted by steam distillation as it has the ability to sustain the key constituents of the oil. Globally, the finest quality of essential oils that have the most refreshing and pleasant aroma are acquired through steam distillation. As we believe in providing the best aromatherapy experience to our customers, we prefer the method of steam distillation that leaves a 100% organic product.

Caution: As for all the essential oils by Cavin Schon, never use them undiluted. It is recommended to test it on skin before it is applied topically. Never go out in the sun while applied. In the case of any reaction, consult a specialist. For external use only.

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