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All ingredients contained in the product are 100% pure and natural and non-synthetic.
Our ethical approach is based on respect for all living things = we have not, do not and will never in the future test our products on animals.
The CTEO® pictogram is an expression of the BEWIT standards and protocols by which we check the quality of our essential oils. These include procedures for sourcing, transporting, storing, packaging and shipping essences.
To ensure maximum results every time, we make our essential oils from plants that come from the best sources around the world. We select our ingredients with an emphasis on scientific knowledge, historical wisdom, the legacy of our ancestors and practical results.
We check the exact composition and quality of essential oils at a unique level in our laboratory in Ostrava. For more information on the methods by which we discover the secrets of these unique gifts of nature, se you could find out here .
Did you know that you can download the oil analysis on the tab of each product, under the „Downloads“ tab? Or just take a look at the a sample example ofPalmarosa essential oil.
To significantly improve the properties, quality, durability and efficiency of the product, we apply harmonising pyramidal energy to it during processing, storage and shipping. More information about BEWIT pyramids here.
The word Calamus comes from Greek and means reed.
It has been used for an estimated 4,000 years. It was well known in ancient India and China. In Indian Ayurveda it is referred to as vacha. It is mentioned in the Bible. The Egyptians used the plant for its aphrodisiac effects. It was also referred to as the holy reed. It probably came to Europe thanks to the Tatars, who considered it a plant that miraculously purified water. The water in which it grows is guaranteed to be drinkable. Many also compare it to ginseng, the spice of life.
The essential oil of the common honeysuckle is labeled as toxic due to its beta asaron content, and is therefore not used in aromatherapy as a standard. It is an antiseptic and insect repellent and is used as a fragrance ingredient in soaps, cosmetics, cleaning products and perfumes (woody and leathery scents) and for ceremonial purposes.
Czech botanical name:
English name: Sweet flag
Latin name: Acorus calamus
Country of origin: India, Nepal
Method of production: Steam distillation
Plant part used: Root, rhizomes
The use of this essential oil as a raw material in the food industry is prohibited and not recommended. The FDA prohibits the addition of calamus and its derivatives to food in the USA, in Europe small doses are still allowed (FDA 21CFR189.110)