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Skin Care Ingredients for Creams and Lotions

Skin Care Ingredients for Creams and Lotions

Bentonite, Bentonite Clay, Fullers Clay

Bentonite, Bentonite Clay, Fullers Clay
Fuller's Earth is a naturally occurring sedimentary clay composed mainly of alumina, silica, iron oxides, lime, magnesia, and water, in extremely variable proportions. It has the incredible ability to remove oils and impurities from the skin and produces a lightening effect on the outer epidermal layer. This is why we have seen several products marketed as "facial bleach" or "skin bleaching". It comes highly recommended to those with acne problems, blemishes, and people prone to oily skin. It is also a useful base ingredient for facial clay recipes and adds a nice finishing touch to clay products promising to aid its user with their battle against oily skin.

Cosmetic Use:
Fullers Earth has been around for quite some time and recent developments from the natural cosmetics and skincare industries have helped to resurrect this useful clay as more beneficial then a solvent that simply soaks up spilled auto oil!

The type of Fullers Earth one should apply to the skin would be a mixture of open mined minerals of montmorillonite and a small mixture of bentonite. Cosmetic clays are made up of different mineral contents, and each clay type has a different effect on the skin. The high mineral content of clay rejuvenates the skin while the clay exfoliates and stimulates blood circulation to the skin. Regular use of clay facials will remove dead skin cells, improve circulation to the skin, remove debris from the pores and bring about a smooth healthy glow. Each clay has the ability to absorb toxins from the skin but they differ in their level of absorption.

Clays are commonly used in facials, but they can also be added to body powders and soaps. Cosmetic clays come in beautiful hues including pink, deep red, light sage green, yellow, white, gray and blue. This array of colors makes them a popular choice for use as a natural colorant in soap, lotions, creams and bath salts.

Blend with exotic oils like kiwi fruit seed oil, jojoba oil, macadamia nut oil, and floral waters to create a custom facial mask or body mask. You can add these clays to your soap, they can add creaminess to a bar and will also add color to your soap. Add some of the clays to your body powders to create a beautiful look with a silky texture. Is a soft fine clay. Use in shaving soaps, helps add the "slick" that is needed when shaving. Use in facial and body masks and body powders.

Industiral Use :
Fullers earth found most suitable for bleaching and delecolourising soyabean oils, Repressed oils, coconut Oils, Mustard Oils, cottonseed Oils Groundnuts Oils,Sesame oil, safflower oil,Ricebranoil,palmoil etc. for the purpose of Hyderogenated oil or refined oil

Bleaching earth is the most important agent for Bleaching and Decolourising de-gummed and Alkali Refined oils by adsorption. In the process of bleaching clay is used alone with activated carbon to remove colour, gums, resins and other impurities present in the oily adsorption due to their High Surface Activities, while having no effect on the composition of the oil so treated.

Bleaching Earths are special clays activated by physical or chemical processes. Natural clays are found in special strata and are subjected to various processes such as desegregation in water, treatment by sulphuric acid solutions, filtration, baking, grinding, etc. Efficiency of bleaching earth depends on selecting the right grade and proper blends of the basic raw material, Bentonite obtained from various mines.

Centella, Brahmi, Indian Pennywort, Gotu Kala

Centella, Brahmi, Indian Pennywort, Gotu Kala
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Centella Extracts, Centella Leaves, Centella Plant, Centella Powder

Description
Small trailing herb. Stems slender, prostrate, rooting at the joinds. Leaves alternate or tufted at each node. orbicular, round or kidney-shaped, obviously crenate. Inflorescence in single umbel. bearing 1-5 small flowers. white or reddish. without stalks, Fruit very small. compressed.

Chemical Constituents
Asiaticoside. madecassoside. brahmoside. bicycloelemene, centelloside. indocentelloside, oxyasiatiocoside, thankuniside. asiatic acid, betulinic acid. centellic acid. madecassic acid. centellose. kaempferol. hydrocotyline. phellandrene, vitamin C, linamarase. triterpenoid trisaccharides.

Cosmetic Uses
Centella asiatica has been used traditionally in the management of skin disorders. The extract has also been included in anti-aging creams and other topical formulations useful in retarding free radical mediated degenerative changes in the skin.

The extracts from Centella asiatica, a sub-tropical plant, find their application in superior anti-ageing cosmetics and in nurturing creams for sensitive and dry skin. Further applications are in the treatment of stretch marks and cellulitis. Cosmetic action of Centella is toning, emollient, purifying, epithelizing.

Standardized extract from Centella asiatica contains triterpenoid saponins (8.0% triterpenes, with a minimum of 0.5% asiaticoside). The Centella Asiatica and plum extracts provide elasticity and smoothness, for a youthful, fresh skin.

Plant extracts from the Centella Asiatica strengthen the capillaries in the skin. With regular use of the ACTIVE FUTURE day care, your skin rapidly becomes fresher, smoother, firmer and enjoys a youthful glow and new energy and radiance.

Tropical plants have been being used in traditional beauty care and in medicine for centuries. Centella asiatica (Gotu Kola) also comes from the sub-tropical regions. A legend about this extraordinary plant has it that if the Bengal tiger injures itself, it will waltz into the Centella asiatica and devour the leaves, the sap healing its wounds. Based on this legend, Centella Asiatica is also known as Tiger Grass.

Centella, Brahmi, Indian Pennywort & Gotu Kala

Centella, Brahmi, Indian Pennywort & Gotu Kala
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Centella Extracts, Centella Leaves, Centella Plant, Centella Powder

Description
Small trailing herb. Stems slender, prostrate, rooting at the joinds. Leaves alternate or tufted at each node. orbicular, round or kidney-shaped, obviously crenate. Inflorescence in single umbel. bearing 1-5 small flowers. white or reddish. without stalks, Fruit very small. compressed.

Chemical Constituents
Asiaticoside. madecassoside. brahmoside. bicycloelemene, centelloside. indocentelloside, oxyasiatiocoside, thankuniside. asiatic acid, betulinic acid. centellic acid. madecassic acid. centellose. kaempferol. hydrocotyline. phellandrene, vitamin C, linamarase. triterpenoid trisaccharides.

Cosmetic Uses
Centella asiatica has been used traditionally in the management of skin disorders. The extract has also been included in anti-aging creams and other topical formulations useful in retarding free radical mediated degenerative changes in the skin.

The extracts from Centella asiatica, a sub-tropical plant, find their application in superior anti-ageing cosmetics and in nurturing creams for sensitive and dry skin. Further applications are in the treatment of stretch marks and cellulitis. Cosmetic action of Centella is toning, emollient, purifying, epithelizing.

Standardized extract from Centella asiatica contains triterpenoid saponins (8.0% triterpenes, with a minimum of 0.5% asiaticoside). The Centella Asiatica and plum extracts provide elasticity and smoothness, for a youthful, fresh skin.
Plant extracts from the Centella Asiatica strengthen the capillaries in the skin. With regular use of the ACTIVE FUTURE day care, your skin rapidly becomes fresher, smoother, firmer and enjoys a youthful glow and new energy and radiance.

Tropical plants have been being used in traditional beauty care and in medicine for centuries. Centella asiatica (Gotu Kola) also comes from the sub-tropical regions. A legend about this extraordinary plant has it that if the Bengal tiger injures itself, it will waltz into the Centella asiatica and devour the leaves, the sap healing its wounds. Based on this legend, Centella Asiatica is also known as Tiger Grass.

Gotu Kola when added to a facial mask to rejuvenate and regenerate the skin and strengthen the tissues. Centella Asiatica has long been recognised for its healing activity. The principal modes of action of Da Wan ointment are related to the ability of Centella Asiatica to influence the inflammatory process in the wound healing cascade and its ability to promote Type 1 and Type 3 collagen balance. The immature thickened wound is characterised by a prolonged inflammatory stage and an abundance of Type 3 collagen. The promotion of Type 1 collagen production and the winding down of the inflammatory process is directly influenced by Centella Asiatica, as manifested by improved wound healing and scar formation. This inflammatory modulation property of Centella Asiatica may stop the conversion of the myofibroplasts, the cell type known to be associated with thickened, keloid type scars.

Centella, Brahmi, Indian Pennywort & Gotu Kala

Centella, Brahmi, Indian Pennywort & Gotu Kala
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Description
Small trailing herb. Stems slender, prostrate, rooting at the joinds. Leaves alternate or tufted at each node. orbicular, round or kidney-shaped, obviously crenate. Inflorescence in single umbel. bearing 1-5 small flowers. white or reddish. without stalks, Fruit very small. compressed. 

Chemical Constituents
Asiaticoside. madecassoside. brahmoside. bicycloelemene, centelloside. indocentelloside, oxyasiatiocoside, thankuniside. asiatic acid, betulinic acid. centellic acid. madecassic acid. centellose. kaempferol. hydrocotyline. phellandrene, vitamin C, linamarase. triterpenoid trisaccharides. 

Cosmetic Uses
Centella asiatica has been used traditionally in the management of skin disorders. The extract has also been included in anti-aging creams and other topical formulations useful in retarding free radical mediated degenerative changes in the skin. 

The extracts from Centella asiatica, a sub-tropical plant, find their application in superior anti-ageing cosmetics and in nurturing creams for sensitive and dry skin. Further applications are in the treatment of stretch marks and cellulitis. Cosmetic action of Centella is toning, emollient, purifying, epithelizing. 

Standardized extract from Centella asiatica contains triterpenoid saponins (8.0% triterpenes, with a minimum of 0.5% asiaticoside). The Centella Asiatica and plum extracts provide elasticity and smoothness, for a youthful, fresh skin. 

Plant extracts from the Centella Asiatica strengthen the capillaries in the skin. With regular use of the ACTIVE FUTURE day care, your skin rapidly becomes fresher, smoother, firmer and enjoys a youthful glow and new energy and radiance. 

Tropical plants have been being used in traditional beauty care and in medicine for centuries. Centella asiatica (Gotu Kola) also comes from the sub-tropical regions. A legend about this extraordinary plant has it that if the Bengal tiger injures itself, it will waltz into the Centella asiatica and devour the leaves, the sap healing its wounds. Based on this legend, Centella Asiatica is also known as Tiger Grass. 

Gotu Kola when added to a facial mask to rejuvenate and regenerate the skin and strengthen the tissues. Centella Asiatica has long been recognised for its healing activity. The principal modes of action of Da Wan ointment are related to the ability of Centella Asiatica to influence the inflammatory process in the wound healing cascade and its ability to promote Type 1 and Type 3 collagen balance. The immature thickened wound is characterised by a prolonged inflammatory stage and an abundance of Type 3 collagen. The promotion of Type 1 collagen production and the winding down of the inflammatory process is directly influenced by Centella Asiatica, as manifested by improved wound healing and scar formation. This inflammatory modulation property of Centella Asiatica may stop the conversion of the myofibroplasts, the cell type known to be associated with thickened, keloid type scars. 

Medicinal Uses
The whole plant possesses antibacterial, anti-inflammatory. antifebrile, diuretic and galactagogic activity. It is used in the therapy of feber. measles. haematemesis, epistaxis. diarrhoea, dysentery. constipation. leucorrhoea, jaundice. dysuria, furunculosis. dysmenorrhoea and varices. External application in the form of poultices is prescrived for contusions. closed fractures. sprains and furunculosis. 

Cucumber, Cucumber Plant, Cucumber Seeds

Cucumber, Cucumber Plant, Cucumber Seeds
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CucumberCucumber PlantCucumber SeedsCucumber FruitDescription
A hispidly hairy trailing or climbing annual, leaves simple, alternate, deeply cordate, 3-5 lobed, both surfaces hairy, margin denticulate, flowers yellow, males clustered, bearing anthers cohering, connective crusted or elevated above the cells, females solitary, thickly covered with very bulbous-based hairs, fruits cylindrical pepo of varying sizes and forms seeds cream or white, test hard, smooth. 

Chemical Constituents
The serial parts of the cucumber plant contain a 14 a-methyl-phytosterol, a- and ß-amyrin, multiflorenol, isomultiflorenol, 24, methylenecy-cloartenol, cycloartenol, triucallol. Presence of a cytokinin-binding protein, isophentenyl trialcolhol is also reported in the cotyledons of var. 'Guntur'. 

Cosmetic Uses
Cucumber including cucumber seeds and cucumber fruit is excellent for rubbing over the skin to keep it soft and white. Cucumber fruit is cooling, healing and soothing to an irritated skin, whether caused by sun, or the effects of a cutaneous eruption, and Cucumber plant juice is in great demand in various forms as a cooling and beautifying agent for the skin. Cucumber fruit has soothing effects on the skin and improves moisture retention. Cucumber soap is used by many women, and a Cucumber wash applied to the skin after exposure to keen winds is extremely beneficial. Emollient ointments prepared from the Cucumber plant were formerly considerably employed in irritated states of the skin, but they have been largely superseded by non-fatty cosmetics. The most frequently used preparation of Cucumber plant and Cucumber fruits at the present time is the cosmetic preparation known as Cucumber Jelly, which is used as a soothing application in roughness of the skin, etc. Cucumber consists of a jelly of tragacanth, quince seeds or some similar mucilaginous drug, flavoured with Cucumber juice, which imparts to the preparation a characteristic odour. 

Used as a skin lotion

Soothing, cooling, toning Facial 
Simmer half a peck of quince blossoms covered with water for an hour; cut 2 large cukes of cucumber into very thin slices and mince; put in pan with blossoms and boil for 5 minutes; when cold, pour into bottles. Use by smearing on face and leave for 10 minutes before washing. 

Uses
The cucumber fruits are sweet, refrigerant, haemostatic, diuretic and tonic, and are useful in vitiated conditions of pitta, hyperdipsia, burning sensation, thermoplegia, fever, insomnia, cephalagia, bronchitis, jaundice, haemorrhages, strangury and general debility. The cucumber seeds are astringent, sweet, refrigerant, nutritive, purgative, antipyretic, diuretic and tonic and are useful in vitiated conditions of pitta, burning sensation, constipation, intermittent fevers, strangury, renal calculus, urodynia and general debility. 

Dandelion, Blow Ball

Dandelion, Blow Ball
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Dandelion, Dandelion root, Dandelion Fruits

Description
A perennial herb with thick tap root and abundant milky juice in all parts; leaves radical, sessile, variable in shape, narrowly oblong, irregularly Pinnatitid, lobes linear or triangular, toothed; flowers yellow in ligulate heads; fruits glabrous achenes, flattened, ribbed minutely, spiny on the upper half, crowned with White pappus hairs.

Chemical Constituents
The frug contains a bitter crystalline principle, taraxacin and a crystalline substance, taraxacerine; the phytosterols-taraxasterol and homotaraxasterol besides saponin. The milky sap contain cerylalcohol, lactuce-roltaraxacin, and choline. The root yields inulin, tannin and some ethereal oil; the leaves contain vitamin C and the flowers xanthophylls. Also contain Potassium and Vitamin A.

Cosmetic Uses
Dandelion root is known to be an excellent blood cleanser, specifically for the liver, as well as a mild laxative. Dandelion by Benefit is a pinkish powder that makes you look very fresh, makes your skin glow and Hoola, also by Benefit, gives you a suntanny look but it's very light.

Dill Seeds

Dill Seeds
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Dill Seeds, Dill Weed, Dill Plant, Dill Herbs

Description
An annual aromatic herb; leaves de compound, aromatic; flowers pale yellow, in compound umbles; fruit sub-elliptical, the mericarps remaining joined together vittae with irregular marginal walls. Dill is attractive, feathery-leafed annual growing to approx. 1m. The yellow flowers are borne in compound umbels in summer and are attractive to bees.

Chemical Constituents
The major constituents identified in the seed oil are carvone, dillapiole, limonene, and dihydrocarvone. The herb oil contains, less carvonethan the seed oil. It contains mainly d-a-phellandrene, eugenol, thymol, isoeugenol, linalyl acetate, and phellandral.

Cosmetic Uses
Chewing the seeds improves bad breath. Dill makes a useful addition to cough, cold and flu remedies, and is a mild diuretic. Dill increases milk production, and when taken regularly by nursing mothers, helps to prevent colic in their babies.

Dill seed is one of the most flavored herbs for Iranians and in recent years the herb and its seeds have found applications as natural reducing agent of blood glycerides in Europe, specially in Germany. Dill oil gives pleasant aroma and flavor to any dish. Uses in food different soup, sauce, salads, pickles, vinegars, fish and rice. It is also used in confectionary, cakes, bread and apple pie. The leaves make a very attractive garnish. Tea made from dill seeds and leaves is sometimes recommended a mild sedative, for stomach upsets and flatulence. Cooled tea is called dill water. The seeds have a pungent taste similar to caraway seed.

Dill, Indian Dill

Dill, Indian Dill
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Description

An annual aromatic herb; leaves de compound, aromatic; flowers pale yellow, in compound umbles; fruit sub-elliptical, the mericarps remaining joined together vittae with irregular marginal walls. Dill is attractive, feathery-leafed annual growing to approx. 1m. The yellow flowers are borne in compound umbels in summer and are attractive to bees.

Chemical Constituents
The major constituents identified in the seed oil are carvone, dillapiole, limonene, and dihydrocarvone. The herb oil contains, less carvonethan the seed oil. It contains mainly d-a-phellandrene, eugenol, thymol, isoeugenol, linalyl acetate, and phellandral.

Cosmetic Uses
Chewing the seeds improves bad breath. Dill makes a useful addition to cough, cold and flu remedies, and is a mild diuretic. Dill increases milk production, and when taken regularly by nursing mothers, helps to prevent colic in their babies.

Dill seed is one of the most flavored herbs for Iranians and in recent years the herb and its seeds have found applications as natural reducing agent of blood glycerides in Europe, specially in Germany. Dill oil gives pleasant aroma and flavor to any dish. Uses in food different soup, sauce, salads, pickles, vinegars, fish and rice. It is also used in confectionary, cakes, bread and apple pie. The leaves make a very attractive garnish. Tea made from dill seeds and leaves is sometimes recommended a mild , for stomach upsets and flatulence. Cooled tea is called dill water. The seeds have a pungent taste similar to caraway seed.
Uses
Sowa herb and oil are in great demand as a condiment for flavouring pickles, curries, soups and salads, and confectionery. They are also used for making tea.

Historical Use
Ancient Egyptians used dill for its soothing properties; likewise, the common name originates from the Norse "dilla", meaning "lull". Greeks believed dill could cure hiccups, and war heroes returning home wore dill garlands. In the Middle Ages, dill offered protection from witchcraft.

Dill, Indian Dill

Dill, Indian Dill
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Dill Seeds, Dill Weed, Dill Plant, Dill HerbsDescription
An annual aromatic herb; leaves de compound, aromatic; flowers pale yellow, in compound umbles; fruit sub-elliptical, the mericarps remaining joined together vittae with irregular marginal walls. Dill is attractive, feathery-leafed annual growing to approx. 1m. The yellow flowers are borne in compound umbels in summer and are attractive to bees. 

Chemical Constituents
The major constituents identified in the seed oil are carvone, dillapiole, limonene, and dihydrocarvone. The herb oil contains, less carvonethan the seed oil. It contains mainly d-a-phellandrene, eugenol, thymol, isoeugenol, linalyl acetate, and phellandral. 

Cosmetic Uses
Chewing the seeds improves bad breath. Dill makes a useful addition to cough, cold and flu remedies, and is a mild diuretic. Dill increases milk production, and when taken regularly by nursing mothers, helps to prevent colic in their babies. 

Dill seed is one of the most flavored herbs for Iranians and in recent years the herb and its seeds have found applications as natural reducing agent of blood glycerides in Europe, specially in Germany. Dill oil gives pleasant aroma and flavor to any dish. Uses in food different soup, sauce, salads, pickles, vinegars, fish and rice. It is also used in confectionary, cakes, bread and apple pie. The leaves make a very attractive garnish. Tea made from dill seeds and leaves is sometimes recommended a mild , for stomach upsets and flatulence. Cooled tea is called dill water. The seeds have a pungent taste similar to caraway seed. 
Uses
Sowa herb and oil are in great demand as a condiment for flavouring pickles, curries, soups and salads, and confectionery. They are also used for making tea. 

Historical Use
Ancient Egyptians used dill for its soothing properties; likewise, the common name originates from the Norse "dilla", meaning "lull". Greeks believed dill could cure hiccups, and war heroes returning home wore dill garlands. In the Middle Ages, dill offered protection from witchcraft. 

Culinary Use
The seed, flowering top, or leaves combine well with a variety of foods. Dill seed tastes stronger than the leaf, and generally is used as a pickling spice or in longer cooking recipes. 

TIP
Bring one pint of white almost to a boil, remove from heat and add 4 tsp of dill seeds, let steep 30 minutes and strain. Drink 1 ½ cups a half hour before retiring to sleep well. To the same directions, but substitute for the 4 tsp of dill, instead add 1 tsp each of anise, caraway, coriander and dill to stimulate the flow of breast milk in nursing mothers. Chewing dill seeds removes bad breath. 

Dill, Indian Dill

Dill, Indian Dill
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Ginger, Dried Ginger

Ginger, Dried Ginger
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Dried Ginger, Ginger Root, Fresh Ginger, Ginger Rhizomes

Description
A slender, perennial rhizomatous herb, leaves linear, sessile, glabrous, flowers yellowish green in oblong, cylindric spikes, ensheathed in a few scarious, glabrous bracts, fruits oblong capsules. The rhizomes are white to yellowish brown in color, irregularly branched, somewhat annulated and laterally flattened. The growing tips are covered over by a few scales. The surface of the rhizome is smooth and if broken a few fibrous elements of the vascular bundles project out from the cut ends.

Chemical Constituents
a-Curcumene, a-curcumene, B-D-curcumene, a-bergamotene, B-and camphene, y-bisabolene, B-bourbornene, d-borneol and its acetate, clamene, d-camphene, car-3-ene, a-cedrol, citral, citronellol.

Cosmetic Uses
Ginger, when included in soaps, warms the skin. Use it sparingly and in ground form only. A stimulant and anti-irritant, its warming, soothing properties are very beneficial to the skin. Sometimes used as a fragrance. Ginger is an excellent ingredient for bath oils and other cosmetics. Analgesic. Commercially, ginger is also used as a fragrance in cosmetics and other products such as air fresheners. Giner is traditional aid for motion sickness and digestion when diluted with food or edible oils. Can be diluted with massage oil and applied to skin for warming effect

Dust your body in with warm, spicy, sensual Ginger powder, apply a little lightweight clothing then head off for the evening in a fragrant cloud of eastern blooms and West Indian warmth. On cold days, comfort yourself with a dusting of Ginger before you put on your woollies and imagine you're in a spice garden, not a suburb. The aromatic freshness starts at your feet and spreads to the rest of your body while strengthening your limbs and penetrating your mind and heart with joyful lightness.
Gentle enough to use everyday, this soymilk-enriched formula seals in essential moisture and proteins as it invigorates and purifies the hair.

Ginger, Dried Ginger (Zingiber Officinale)

Ginger, Dried Ginger (Zingiber Officinale)
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Dried Ginger, Ginger Root, Fresh Ginger, Ginger Rhizom

Description
A slender, perennial rhizomatous herb, leaves linear, sessile, glabrous, flowers yellowish green in oblong, cylindric spikes, ensheathed in a few scarious, glabrous bracts, fruits oblong capsules. The rhizomes are white to yellowish brown in color, irregularly branched, somewhat annulated and laterally flattened. The growing tips are covered over by a few scales. The surface of the rhizome is smooth and if broken a few fibrous elements of the vascular bundles project out from the cut ends.

Chemical Constituents
a-Curcumene, a-curcumene, B-D-curcumene, a-bergamotene, B-and camphene, y-bisabolene, B-bourbornene, d-borneol and its acetate, clamene, d-camphene, car-3-ene, a-cedrol, citral, citronellol.

Cosmetic Uses
Ginger, when included in soaps, warms the skin. Use it sparingly and in ground form only. A stimulant and anti-irritant, its warming, soothing properties are very beneficial to the skin. Sometimes used as a fragrance. Ginger is an excellent ingredient for bath oils and other cosmetics. Analgesic. Commercially, ginger is also used as a fragrance in cosmetics and other products such as air fresheners. Giner is traditional aid for motion sickness and digestion when diluted with food or edible oils. Can be diluted with massage oil and applied to skin for warming effect

Dust your body in with warm, spicy, sensual Ginger powder, apply a little lightweight clothing then head off for the evening in a fragrant cloud of eastern blooms and West Indian warmth. On cold days, comfort yourself with a dusting of Ginger before you put on your woollies and imagine you're in a spice garden, not a suburb. The aromatic freshness starts at your feet and spreads to the rest of your body while strengthening your limbs and penetrating your mind and heart with joyful lightness.
Gentle enough to use everyday, this soymilk-enriched formula seals in essential moisture and proteins as it invigorates and purifies the hair.

Dried Ginger

Dried Ginger
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Dried GingerGinger RootFresh GingerGinger Rhizomes Description
A slender, perennial rhizomatous herb, leaves linear, sessile, glabrous, flowers yellowish green in oblong, cylindric spikes, ensheathed in a few scarious, glabrous bracts, fruits oblong capsules. The rhizomes are white to yellowish brown in color, irregularly branched, somewhat annulated and laterally flattened. The growing tips are covered over by a few scales. The surface of the rhizome is smooth and if broken a few fibrous elements of the vascular bundles project out from the cut ends. 

Chemical Constituents
a-Curcumene, a-curcumene, B-D-curcumene, a-bergamotene, B-and camphene, y-bisabolene, B-bourbornene, d-borneol and its acetate, clamene, d-camphene, car-3-ene, a-cedrol, citral, citronellol. 

Cosmetic Uses
Ginger, when included in soaps, warms the skin. Use it sparingly and in ground form only. A stimulant and anti-irritant, its warming, soothing properties are very beneficial to the skin. Sometimes used as a fragrance. Ginger is an excellent ingredient for bath oils and other cosmetics. Analgesic. Commercially, ginger is also used as a fragrance in cosmetics and other products such as air fresheners. Giner is traditional aid for motion sickness and digestion when diluted with food or edible oils. Can be diluted with massage oil and applied to skin for warming effect 

Dust your body in with warm, spicy, sensual Ginger powder, apply a little lightweight clothing then head off for the evening in a fragrant cloud of eastern blooms and West Indian warmth. On cold days, comfort yourself with a dusting of Ginger before you put on your woollies and imagine you're in a spice garden, not a suburb. The aromatic freshness starts at your feet and spreads to the rest of your body while strengthening your limbs and penetrating your mind and heart with joyful lightness. 
Gentle enough to use everyday, this soymilk-enriched formula seals in essential moisture and proteins as it invigorates and purifies the hair. 

Medicinal Uses
The raw ginger is acrid, thermogenic, carminative, laxative and digestive. It is useful in anorexia, vitiated conditions of vata and kapha, dyspepsia, pharyngopahty and inflammations. The dry ginger is acrid, thermogenic, emollient, appetiser, laxative, stomachic, stimulant, rubefacient, anodyne, , expectorant, anthelmintic and carminative. It is useful in dropsy, otalgia, cephalalgia, asthma, cough, colic, diarrhoea, flatulence, anorexia, vitiated conditions of vata and kapha, dyspepsia, cardiopathy, pharyngopahty, cholera, nausea, vomiting , elephantiasis and inflammations. It is also much used in several domestic preparations. Crystalized or infused Ginger suppresses nausea. Ginger tea eases indigestion and flatulence, and reduces fever. the root is warming to the body, is slightly antiseptic, and promotes internal secretions. 

Blending oils
cinnamon, clove, eucalyptus, geranium, lemon, orange, rosemary, spearmint - Blends especially well with orange and other citrus oils. 

Hibiscus, Hibiscus Flower, Red Hibiscus, Rose of China

Hibiscus, Hibiscus Flower, Red Hibiscus, Rose of China
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Hibiscus Flower, Hibiscus Plant, Hibiscus Leaves

Description
An evergreen woody, glabrous, showy shrub, 5-8 ft. high; leaves bright green, ovate, entire below, coarsely toothed above; flowers solitary, axillary, bellshaped, with pistil and stamens projecting from the centre; capsules roundish, many seeded.

Chemical Constituents
Taraxeryl acetate, beta-sitosterol, campesterol, stigmasterol, cholesterol, erogosterol, lipids, citric, tartaric and oxalic acids, fructose, glucose, sucrose, flavonoids and flavonoid glycosides. Hibiscetin, cyaniding and cyanin glucosides. Alkanes.

Cosmetic Uses
In Ayurvedic medicine, hibiscus petal is was used to stimulate thicker hair growth and to prevent premature graying, hair loss and scalp disorders. It acts as a natural emollient hair conditioner and can be used in hair washes, treatments and vinegar rinses for the hair. Use it in combination with brahmi and amla extracts. It has also been long used as a mild shampoo in for babies.

Hibiscus extract visibly promotes even tone and texture to skin affected by cellulite. Hibiscus extract is used throughout Polynesia, Southeast Asia, and Central and South America for creating an infusion to cleanse, soften, and soothe baby's hair and scalp. Formulated with ultra-light kukui oil to detangle and hibiscus extract to calm and seal the hair for maximum sheen. The flower extracts to prevent unwanted pregnancies at an early stage.

Chinese and Indian women have traditionally boiled the flowers and leaves of the hibiscus, then mixed the infusion with herbal oil before applying it to their hair as a stimulant to the growth of luxurious tresses. While the chinese use the hibiscus flower's juice as an ingredient in black dye for the hair and eyebrows, Indians include hibiscus flower juice in a famous herbal oil and conditioner which is now bottled and sold throughout eastern India under the brand name Jaba Kusam. One reason for the widespread popularity of this oil is its effectiveness against dandruff. Hibiscus rosa sinensis flowers China rose Paste Shampoo's.

Hibiscus rosa-sinensis are boiled in water to produce an infusion which is then mixed with a herbal oil to be applied to the hair as a stimulant for the growth of luxurious tresses. Hibiscus flower juice is now included in a herbal oil and conditioner sold throughout Eastern Indian under the name Jaba Kusam. This formulation is reputed to be particularly effective against dandruff.

Hibiscus (Hibiscus rosa-sinensis; Malvaceae) most commonly known as the "shoe flower" is a native of Asia, specifically China, India and the Pacific islands. The plant species name "rosa-sinensis" means "Chinese rose." It is called "shoe flower" because the flowers were traditionally used to polish shoes in Jamaica and some African countries. Hibiscus has been named the "Queen of Tropical Shrubs" perhaps because it is the most outstanding ornamental shrub that is planted in the tropics as specimen plants or grown as colorful hedges along the roads and highways.

Traditional use of the flowers and leaves in India include burning them in ghee to produce a black dye used to blacken eyes and eyebrows. In Hawaii, the flowers are worn on women's hair and around the neck as garlands. In India this flower is seldom used for decorating hair perhaps due to availability of more fragrant flowers of other plants for hair decoration. Hibiscus Rose is rich in mineral and vitamins flower that grows widely in oriental countries. Their petals are used to calm and soothe inflammation.

Hibiscus, Hibiscus Flower, Red Hibiscus, Rose of China

Hibiscus, Hibiscus Flower, Red Hibiscus, Rose of China
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An evergreen woody, glabrous, showy shrub, 5-8 ft. high; leaves bright green, ovate, entire below, coarsely toothed above; flowers solitary, axillary, bellshaped, with pistil and stamens projecting from the centre; capsules roundish, many seeded. 

Chemical Constituents
Taraxeryl acetate, beta-sitosterol, campesterol, stigmasterol, cholesterol, erogosterol, lipids, citric, tartaric and oxalic acids, fructose, glucose, sucrose, flavonoids and flavonoid glycosides. Hibiscetin, cyaniding and cyanin glucosides. Alkanes. 

Cosmetic Uses
In Ayurvedic medicine, hibiscus petal is was used to stimulate thicker hair growth and to prevent premature graying, hair loss and scalp disorders. It acts as a natural emollient hair conditioner and can be used in hair washes, treatments and vinegar rinses for the hair. Use it in combination with brahmi and amla extracts. It has also been long used as a mild shampoo in for babies. 

Hibiscus extract visibly promotes even tone and texture to skin affected by cellulite. Hibiscus extract is used throughout Polynesia, Southeast Asia, and Central and South America for creating an infusion to cleanse, soften, and soothe baby's hair and scalp. Formulated with ultra-light kukui oil to detangle and hibiscus extract to calm and seal the hair for maximum sheen. The flower extracts to prevent unwanted pregnancies at an early stage. 

Chinese and Indian women have traditionally boiled the flowers and leaves of the hibiscus, then mixed the infusion with herbal oil before applying it to their hair as a stimulant to the growth of luxurious tresses. While the chinese use the hibiscus flower's juice as an ingredient in black dye for the hair and eyebrows, Indians include hibiscus flower juice in a famous herbal oil and conditioner which is now bottled and sold throughout eastern India under the brand name Jaba Kusam. One reason for the widespread popularity of this oil is its effectiveness against dandruff. Hibiscus rosa sinensis flowers China rose Paste Shampoo's.

Hibiscus rosa-sinensis are boiled in water to produce an infusion which is then mixed with a herbal oil to be applied to the hair as a stimulant for the growth of luxurious tresses. Hibiscus flower juice is now included in a herbal oil and conditioner sold throughout Eastern Indian under the name Jaba Kusam. This formulation is reputed to be particularly effective against dandruff. 

Hibiscus (Hibiscus rosa-sinensis; Malvaceae) most commonly known as the "shoe flower" is a native of Asia, specifically China, India and the Pacific islands. The plant species name "rosa-sinensis" means "Chinese rose." It is called "shoe flower" because the flowers were traditionally used to polish shoes in Jamaica and some African countries. Hibiscus has been named the "Queen of Tropical Shrubs" perhaps because it is the most outstanding ornamental shrub that is planted in the tropics as specimen plants or grown as colorful hedges along the roads and highways. 

Traditional use of the flowers and leaves in India include burning them in ghee to produce a black dye used to blacken eyes and eyebrows. In Hawaii, the flowers are worn on women's hair and around the neck as garlands. In India this flower is seldom used for decorating hair perhaps due to availability of more fragrant flowers of other plants for hair decoration. Hibiscus Rose is rich in mineral and vitamins flower that grows widely in oriental countries. Their petals are used to calm and soothe inflammation. 





Jasmine, Jasmine Flower, Catalonian Jasmine

Jasmine, Jasmine Flower, Catalonian Jasmine
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Description
A large nearly glabrous, suberect, twining evergreen shrub, leaves imparipinnately compound, opposite, terminal leaflets larger than the laterals, ovate, laceolate, acute or acuminate, laterals ovate, flowers very fragrant, white tinged with pink outside in lax terminal and axillary cymes, calyx lobes long and linear, fruits elliptic, globose berries, black when ripe.

Chemical Consistuents
Linalyl acetate, benzyl benzoate, benzyl alcohol, , nerol, 1-a- terpineol, d-and di-linalool, and alcohol with an odour reminiscent of B, y-hexenol, farnesol, nerolidol, an unidentified alcohol, which plays an important role in the fixation of odorous principles, eugenol, p-cresol, creosol, lactones with lasting and fruity odour, bensaldehyde, jasmone, and unidentified ketone, benzonic acid, methyl anthranilate and indole.

Cosmetic Uses
Jasmine is best known for the delicate and captivatingly sweet fragrance of its flowers, which are frequently used in religious ceremonies in India and in Asian and Mediterranean countries. The extracted oil of the Jasmine is used in a wide range of soaps, cosmetics, and perfumes. Pure Jasmine oil is very rare and expensive, as many petals are needed to obtain even a small quantity of the essential oil. The best Jasmine oil is collected at night when the scent is strongest.

Jasmine oil is warming and smoothing oil used to revitalize and stimulate the skin. It is an oil used in perfumes because of its wonderful aroma. Derived form the oil of jasmine flowers. Used as ingredient in perfumes. Used for its wonderful sweet aroma in perfumery Jasmine flower oil is important in high-grade perfumes and cosmetics, such as creams, oils, soaps, and shampoos. Jasmine is beneficial for the skin, reducing problems, such as dry, greasy, irritated or sensitive skin (its good for dry, sensitive skin, especially when there is redness or itching). It's flowers are used in Jasmine tea and other herbal black and green teas. The roots and leaves of some Jasmine species have been used in folk medicine as an anthelmintic, active against ringworm and tapeworm, and its also used to treat muscle spasms, sprains, catarrh, coughs, hoarseness, laryngitis, uterine disorders, labor pains, frigidity, depression and nervous exhaustion.

Jasmine, Jasmine Flower, Catalonian Jasmine

Jasmine, Jasmine Flower, Catalonian Jasmine
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Description
A large nearly glabrous, suberect, twining evergreen shrub, leaves imparipinnately compound, opposite, terminal leaflets larger than the laterals, ovate, laceolate, acute or acuminate, laterals ovate, flowers very fragrant, white tinged with pink outside in lax terminal and axillary cymes, calyx lobes long and linear, fruits elliptic, globose berries, black when ripe.

Chemical Consistuents
Linalyl acetate, benzyl benzoate, benzyl alcohol, , nerol, 1-a- terpineol, d-and di-linalool, and alcohol with an odour reminiscent of B, y-hexenol, farnesol, nerolidol, an unidentified alcohol, which plays an important role in the fixation of odorous principles, eugenol, p-cresol, creosol, lactones with lasting and fruity odour, bensaldehyde, jasmone, and unidentified ketone, benzonic acid, methyl anthranilate and indole.

Cosmetic Uses
Jasmine is best known for the delicate and captivatingly sweet fragrance of its flowers, which are frequently used in religious ceremonies in India and in Asian and Mediterranean countries. The extracted oil of the Jasmine is used in a wide range of soaps, cosmetics, and perfumes. Pure Jasmine oil is very rare and expensive, as many petals are needed to obtain even a small quantity of the essential oil. The best Jasmine oil is collected at night when the scent is strongest.

Jasmine oil is warming and smoothing oil used to revitalize and stimulate the skin. It is an oil used in perfumes because of its wonderful aroma. Derived form the oil of jasmine flowers. Used as ingredient in perfumes. Used for its wonderful sweet aroma in perfumery Jasmine flower oil is important in high-grade perfumes and cosmetics, such as creams, oils, soaps, and shampoos. Jasmine is beneficial for the skin, reducing problems, such as dry, greasy, irritated or sensitive skin (its good for dry, sensitive skin, especially when there is redness or itching). It's flowers are used in Jasmine tea and other herbal black and green teas. The roots and leaves of some Jasmine species have been used in folk medicine as an anthelmintic, active against ringworm and tapeworm, and its also used to treat muscle spasms, sprains, catarrh, coughs, hoarseness, laryngitis, uterine disorders, labor pains, frigidity, depression and nervous exhaustion.

Jasmine, Jasmine Flower, Catalonian Jasmine

Jasmine, Jasmine Flower, Catalonian Jasmine
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Description
A large nearly glabrous, suberect, twining evergreen shrub, leaves imparipinnately compound, opposite, terminal leaflets larger than the laterals, ovate, laceolate, acute or acuminate, laterals ovate, flowers very fragrant, white tinged with pink outside in lax terminal and axillary cymes, calyx lobes long and linear, fruits elliptic, globose berries, black when ripe. 

Chemical Consistuents
Linalyl acetate, benzyl benzoate, benzyl alcohol, nerol, 1-a- terpineol, d-and di-linalool, and alcohol with an odour reminiscent of B, y-hexenol, farnesol, nerolidol, an unidentified alcohol, which plays an important role in the fixation of odorous principles, eugenol, p-cresol, creosol, lactones with lasting and fruity odour, bensaldehyde, jasmone, and unidentified ketone, benzonic acid, methyl anthranilate and indole. 

Cosmetic Uses
Jasmine is best known for the delicate and captivatingly sweet fragrance of its flowers, which are frequently used in religious ceremonies in India and in Asian and Mediterranean countries. The extracted oil of the Jasmine is used in a wide range of soaps, cosmetics, and perfumes. Pure Jasmine oil is very rare and expensive, as many petals are needed to obtain even a small quantity of the essential oil. The best Jasmine oil is collected at night when the scent is strongest. 

Jasmine oil is warming and smoothing oil used to revitalize and stimulate the skin. It is an oil used in perfumes because of its wonderful aroma. Derived form the oil of jasmine flowers. Used as ingredient in perfumes. Used for its wonderful sweet aroma in perfumery Jasmine flower oil is important in high-grade perfumes and cosmetics, such as creams, oils, soaps, and shampoos. Jasmine is beneficial for the skin, reducing problems, such as dry, greasy, irritated or sensitive skin (its good for dry, sensitive skin, especially when there is redness or itching). It's flowers are used in Jasmine tea and other herbal black and green teas. The roots and leaves of some Jasmine species have been used in folk medicine as an anthelmintic, active against ringworm and tapeworm, and its also used to treat muscle spasms, sprains, catarrh, coughs, hoarseness, laryngitis, uterine disorders, labor pains, frigidity, depression and nervous exhaustion

Medicinal Uses
As a medicinal plant, Jasmine has traditionally been considered an and a calmative. In the orient the root is used to treat headaches, insomnia, and pain due to dislocated joints and broken bones (it is reported to have anaesthetic properties). Several Jasminium species have been used in cancer treatment. The roots are useful in cephalagia, vitiated conditions of vata, paralysis, facial paralysis, mental debility, chronic constipation, flatulence, strangury sterility, dysmenorrhoea, amenorrhoea, ringworm, leprosy, skin diseases and giddiness. 

The leaves are useful in odontalgia, fixing loose teeth, ulcerative stomatitis, leprosy, skin diseases, ottorrhoea, otalgia, strangury, dymenorrhoea, ulcers, wounds and corns. The flowers are refrigerant and opthalmphathy, leprosy, skin diseases, pruritus, strangury, dysmenorrhoea, ulcers and vitiated conditions of pitta. 

Liquorice

Liquorice
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Description
A hardy herb or undershrub; rootstock thick with many branched stems or roots; leaves pinnate; flowers lavender or violet in axillary spikes; pods compressed.

Chemical Constituents
The characteristic aroma of the volatile oil of liquorice is due to the presence of a mixture of estragole, anethole, eugenol, indole, y-nonalactone and cumic alcohol. liquorice or sweetwort it contains mainly isoflavonoids, flavonoids and phytosterols. Isoflavonoids have an inhibitory effect on the synthesis of melanin, the dyestuW of pigmentation and tan.

Cosmetic uses: Licorice Root
Great facial steaming herb used to open and soothe the pores so that other herbs may cleanse and medicate them. Liquorice being anti-inflammatory, astringent, anti-microbial, free radical scavenger, UV absorption, helps reduce the appearance of skin discoloration. Licorice root is said to be very soothing to dry, irritated skin. I have seen this extract in very expensive dermatology treatments to soothe skin after AHA and retinol treatments.

Glycyrrhizic acid derived from liquorice root. It has antibacterial properties, which make it particularly suitable for use in deodorants. It relieves inflammation, stems harmful bacterial growth and is often used in cosmetic preparations to combat impure skin. AHA apricot kernel oil and liquorice help to re-texturise and smooth the skin leaving it feeling supple and comfortable.

Licorice root extract is used in Ayurvedic medicine as a treatment for inflammations, burns, wounds, abscesses, boils, and skin problems in general. It was either used as a poultice or made into a paste to be applied directly to the skin. Liquorice extract inhibits melanin biosynthesis while scavenging free radicals (antioxidant). Treats acne and calms allergic skin.

In the confectionery industry, water extracts of licorice roots are mixed with sugar, corn syrup and flour to make many types of licorice candy.

Liquorice Extract

Liquorice Extract
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A hardy herb or undershrub; rootstock thick with many branched stems or roots; leaves pinnate; lavender flower or violet in axillary spikes; pods compressed.

Chemical Constituents
The characteristic aroma of the volatile oil of liquorice is due to the presence of a mixture of estragole, anethole, eugenol, indole, y-nonalactone and cumic alcohol. liquorice or sweetwort it contains mainly isoflavonoids, flavonoids and phytosterols. Isoflavonoids have an inhibitory effect on the synthesis of melanin, the dyestuW of pigmentation and tan.

Cosmetic uses: Licorice Root
Great facial steaming herb used to open and soothe the pores so that other herbs may cleanse and medicate them. Liquorice being anti-inflammatory, astringent, anti-microbial, free radical scavenger, UV absorption, helps reduce the appearance of skin discoloration. Licorice root is said to be very soothing to dry, irritated skin. I have seen this extract in very expensive dermatology treatments to soothe skin after AHA and retinol treatments.

Glycyrrhizic acid derived from liquorice root. It has antibacterial properties, which make it particularly suitable for use in deodorants. It relieves inflammation, stems harmful bacterial growth and is often used in cosmetic preparations to combat impure skin. AHA apricot seeds kernel oil and liquorice help to re-texturise and smooth the skin leaving it feeling supple and comfortable.

Licorice root extract is used in Ayurvedic medicine as a treatment for inflammations, burns, wounds, abscesses, boils, and skin problems in general. It was either used as a poultice or made into a paste to be applied directly to the skin. Liquorice extract inhibits melanin biosynthesis while scavenging free radicals (antioxidant). Treats acne and calms allergic skin.

In the confectionery industry, water extracts of licorice roots are mixed with sugar, corn syrup and flour to make many types of licorice candy

Medicinal Uses
Liquorice extracts are mainly used as a condiment or as a flvouring for tobacco, confectionery, beverages, jams and marmalades. Ammoniated glycyrrhizin, a product of liquorice extract is used as a flavorant in sweet auces, reconstituted vegetable proteins, chocolates, chewing gum and diet colas.

Licorice increases the production of protective mucus in the stomach, and may reduce the acid secretion, making it a useful treatment of inflammatory stomach conditions. Glycyrrhizic acid is extracted from the root and used as a flavoring in food, tobacco, alcohol, and cosmetics

Nettle Leaves, Nettle Roots

Nettle Leaves, Nettle Roots
(Urtica Dioica L)
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Description 
A perennial growing to 1.5m, with lance-shaped leaves and green flowers with yellow stamens in axillary cymes. 

Chemical Constituents
Flavonoids, amines, Glucoquinone, Minerals, Plant sterols, Phenols. Other vitamin ingredients are Vitamins C and E, along with minerals, and rich in chlorophyll when eating the cooked nettle shoots. 

Cosmetic Uses 
In reality the herb is very rich in Vitamin A and C. It also provides an excellent source of calcium and iron. Nettles Leaf Powder A valuable herb with many uses, especially useful in hair care products. Can be used as is in soap, or to make a tincture or extract. 

Has a long history of use in traditional medicine. Its flesh is rich in minerals and plant hormones and it stimulates hair growth and softens the hair. It is used as a hair rinse (especially for light hair): wash and dry nettle roots; soak 2 handfuls of roots in 2 quarts of cold water overnight; next day bring mix to a boil and then simmer for 10 to 15 minutes; strain roots; use remaining liquid as a hair rinse. Will yield greenish yellow from the above-ground plant with an alum mordant. Make a weak nettle tea as a face wash to firm up skin and remove excess oils. A nettle vinegar made with 1 ounce of fresh nettle in 6 ounces cider vinegar is an excellent astringent. A very strong nettle tea combed through the fair will reduce grey over time and will stimulate the scalp. 

This herb is a popular product in shampoos and facials. It has been well tested and shown to have anti-inflammatory properties. Because it is a vasodilator it has been used medicinally to excite the skin locally. It is also used for stimulating hair growth, treating dandruff and used to treat dark circles around the eye. 

The stinging reaction caused by the plant hairs is said to contain many active ingredients, such as formic acid, like what ant's inject when they bite your skin and make you sting and burn, not to mention, itch. Other ingredients include: histamine, serotonin, acetylcholine, hydroxytryptamine and other irritants. So, many of these ingredients are neurotransmitters and affect nerve cells, so this is probably why it gives such an irritant effect, and why it may be better used for alopecia areata.

Nutmeg, Myristica Fragrans, Myristica Beddomei

Nutmeg, Myristica Fragrans, Myristica Beddomei
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Description
A large evergreen dioecious tree, reaching 30 m height and about 2 m girth. Bark smooth, surface blackish green, with small exfoliation; outer bark 1-2 mm thick, dead; inner bark 1-1.3 cm thick, fibrous, striate, deep red, exuding reddish watery juice when cut freshly. Wood yellowish brown, moderately hard. Branchlets robust, hairless, the terminal bud velvety. Leaves alternate, simple elliptic to oblong-lanceolate, 10-25 x 5-10 cm, base rounded, apex acute, margin entire, harless, leathery, shining above, bluish grey beneath; lateral nerves 16-18 pairs, prominent. Flowers unisexual, male and female flowers seen in separate trees. Male flowers 5-6 long, white stalkless or shortly stalked, 10-20 together arising on short woody structures, hairy brown tomentsone, thin fleshy. female flowers usually solitary rarely 3-4 together more or less stalkless, slightly bigger than male flowers, white Drupes 1-3 together, broadly ovoid to ellipsoid, 4-8 x 3-6 cm, powdery-pubescent with fleshy outer rind. Seeds ovoid, 2-4 x1.5-3 cm, smooth, covered with fleshy dissected orange-red to creamy white aril.

Chemical Constituents
Triglycerides, palmtic, stearic oleic and linoleic, glyceride trisaturated, trace, di-saturated mono-unsaturated, mono-saturated di-unsaturated and tri-unsaturated.

Cosmetic Uses
Nutmeg is used as flavoring agent especially analgesic and tonic preparations. Soaps, lotions, detergents, cosmetics, perfumes. Mace oleoresin used in colognes, perfumes, Both oils and oleoresin are used in most major food categories. 

Medicinal Uses: 
Aril with dried ginger is rubbed in cold water and given to check diarrhoea. Aril is also used in treating cough, bronchitis, fever, burning sensation, inflammation of joints, skin disorders, wounds, sleeplessness, indigestion, liver disorders and worms.

Natural Tea Tree Oil / Tea Tree Leaves

Natural Tea Tree Oil / Tea Tree Leaves
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Description 
Tea Tree an evergreen reaching 7 m, with laters of papery bark, pointed tea tree leaves and white flower spikes. 

Chemical constituents 
Natural Tea Tree Oil is volatile oil, terpinen-4-ol-40%, gamma-terpinene 24%, alphaterpinene 10%, cineol 5%.

Medicinal Uses
Tea Tree Oil is antisceptic, Anti bacterial, Anti fungal and Immune stimulant. 

Cosmetic uses
The compounds in natural tea tree oil benefit the skin and are non-irritating. The tea tree essential oil contains several important compounds, including terpines, cymones, pinines, terpineols, cineol, sesquiterpenes, and sesquiterpene alcohols. Tea tree oil is nice to have on hand for its proven abilities. Natural tea tree oil recommended for external use only in poultices and other skin cleansing applications. 

Those properties make tea tree essential oil a popular ingredient in shampoos, creams, skin cleansers, and other external cosmetic applications. Tea tree leaves are widely used in Facial Treatments, Hair Care, Nail Care, Oral Hygiene, Personal Hygiene, Shaving, Skin Care. Use natural tea tree oil after waxing or ear piercing to sanitise and anaesthetize. Excellent Natural Preservative. 

Tea Tree Oil has a long history of use as an herbal medicine. In recent years, biochemists and aromatherapists defined the therapeutic nature of tea tree essential oil, and as a result, tea tree has become widely popular as an alternative remedy. 

The key to natural tea tree oil's medicinal effectiveness is two chemical constituents found in the oil -- cineole and terpinen. Although both are bactericidal and germicidal, cineole can be a powerful skin irritant. Therefore, tea tree oils with low cineole and high terpinen contents are preferred. Because the terpinen found in tea tree oil is so mild, it can soothe cuts, scratches, sunburn and cold sores. Since it is non-irritating, you can apply a single drop of the oil directly to minor injuries once or twice a day. Some of the most effective aromatherapy uses for tea tree oil are cosmetic in nature

Sweet Violet

Sweet Violet
Sweet Violet, Violet Flowers, Viola

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Cosmetic Uses
The plant has long been cultivated for its perfume, as well as being added to cosmetics, drinks, sweets, and syrups, and long thought of as the plant of ancient goddesses. Syrups are made from infusions and used to treat coughs. Mouthwashes are also made from infusions and used for mouth and throat infections. Flowers are good for skin rashes and irritant eczema. Decoctions from the flowers are used as an eyebath and mouthwash. They are also crystallized and added to desserts.

There is considerably more to the common sweet violet (Viola Odorata) that meets the eye, although this hardy little perennial with exquisite flowers and broad, heart-shaped leaves is certainly attractive ... be it in the woods or in a shaded garden. However, it has also been used through the ages in medicinal preparations, culinary concoctions, perfumes, cosmetics, and dyes. 

Sweet Violets either fresh or dried are used in teas or baths for the soothing and slight astringent quality. Violets contain salicylic acid and are extremely high in vitamins A and C. Violet flower water (1/4 c. Violets steeped in warm spring water for 30 minutes, strained, bottled and refrigerated) is used on the face as a tonic and healing spritz for all sorts of facial afflictions. It is wonderful as an after-shave water or even as a wash for baby's skin. If the leaves and flowers are macerated in oil, strained and then beeswaxadded, this cream is excellent as a daily application to remove cosmetics, or can be used daily on your face and hands for dry skin. 

Description: 
Pure, use in lip gloss, lotions & creams; for sealing corked bottles. Solid at room temperature. 

Chemical Constituents: 
Violate flower and root contain an emetic principle named 'voiline'. It forms salts with acids. It is volatile oil. Roots contain several coloring matters-ionone and ionine. The plant also contains glucoside, methol salicylic ester and saponins.

Medicinal Uses: 
Sore throat. Fevers. The root is laxative, good febrifuge, tonic, expectorant, diuretic, it alleviates thirst, relieves inflammation. The medicated oil of Viola odorata is used for abdominal pain. It relieves cough and acts as sedative. The root is an emetic. A syrup, made from the flower petals, is good medicine for cough, hoarseness of voice. The syrup, when mixed with almond oil, is a gentle laxative for children and also helps to soothe irritative cough and to relieve sore-throat. It is considered antipyretic and diaphoretic and very useful in relieving febrile symptoms.

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In the 1930s, sweet violet was widely used to treat breast and lung cancer and still figures in alternative cancer therapies, especially after surgery, to prevent the development of secondary tumors. The flowers were once popular in syrups, which were used for a wide variety of complaints. 

The Chinese variety is used mainly to treat infectious skin conditions including boils. It is also used to treat snakebites and taken internally for lymphatic inflammations and breast abscesses. The aerial parts of the sweet violet are used for coughs, bronchitis, and phlegm.

Nutmeg Oil ( Myristica Fragrans)

Origin of Nutmeg essential oil:
It is native to southeast Asia and Amboine islands in the Moluccas, Indonesia. It is commercially cultivated in Indonesia (East Indian) and Grenada (West Indian), and to a smaller extent in Sri Lanka (East Indian).

Description of Nutmeg:
A spreading deciduous evergreen tree 15 to 20-meters (49 to 66 ft) high, with dark green leaves, yellow flowers without petals and large yellowish fruit. All parts of the tree are aromatic. Female trees produce the pale brownish yellow, fleshy fruit that splits into two at maturity. The oil has the characteristic aromatic, volatile, oily-spicy fragrance of whole nutmegs. Nutmeg is the actual seed of the tree, roughly egg-shaped and about 20-30 mm long and 15-18 mm wide, and weighing between 5 and 10 grams dried, while mace is the dried "lacy" reddish covering of the seed. Several other commercial products are also produced from the trees, including essential oil, oleo resin and nutmeg butter.

Appearance : Thin liquid

Aroma : Spicy and warm

Color : Colorless or liquid

Chemical constituents: Nutmeg oil has various chemical compounds that include monoterpene hydrocarbons, oxygenated monoterpenes, Terpinen-4-ol, Pinene, Sabinene, Cineole, Camphene, Limonene, Myristicin and Alpha Terpenene.

Extraction: It is extracted by the steam distillation of ground nutmeg.

Aromatherapy uses:
Nutmeg may be used in a massage oil for the relief of muscular aches and rheumatic pain. The therapeutic properties are analgesic, anti emetic, antioxidant, antirheumatic, antiseptic, antispasmodic, antiparasitic, aphrodisiaac, cardiac, larvicidal, laxative, stimulant(energetic) and tonic. It helps in removing problems which results in arthritis, constipation, fatigue, muscle aches, nausea, neralgia, poor circulation, rheumatism and slow digestion. Nutmeg essential oil is rejuvenating, uplifting and energizing.

Flavor industry: 
Nutmeg have great taste qualities, nutmeg having a slightly sweeter and more delicate flavor. It is nice in cheese sauces and is best grated fresh. 

In Indian cuisine nutmeg is used almost exclusively in sweets. It is known as jaiphal in most parts of India. It is also used in small quantities in garam masala.

In other European Cuisine nutmeg is used especially in potato dishes and in processed meat products, they are also used in soups, sauces and baked goods.

The Japanese varieties of curry powder include nutmeg as an ingredient.

Rose Petals & Rose Oil

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Rose petals, Rose Oil, Rose water.Description
A small, erect, prickly shrub with unequal, large, hooked prickles and many bristles, leaves compound, alternate, leaflets usually five, rachis not prickly, flowers usually pink, very fragrant, very double on long slender pedicels, calyx tube globose, ovoid, the mouth contracted, lobes 4-5 imbricate, petals many, stames many, inserted on the mouth of the calyx tube, carpels many in the bottom of the calyx tube, style subterminal, free stigma thickened, ovules solitary, pendulous, fruit a fleshy his enclosing bony achenes, seeds small, pendulous.

Chemical Constituents
Essential oil, Querctin, Kaempferol and cyaniding from whole plant, cyaniding 3, 5- diglucoside from petalsm. Detection of citronell, nerol, and phenylethanol in essential oil. Flowers contain a bitter principle, tannin matter, fatty oil and organic acids. Hips contain the pigments lycopene. ? -and y-carotenes, rubixanthin, zeaxanthin, xanthophylla and taranthin.

Cosmetic Use
Rose is good for most skin types and is used in a wide range of cosmetics. Rosewater is a natural cosmetic made from Rose oil, Alcohol, and distilled water. Used to make cold creams and lotions and other cosmetic uses. may be used in potpourri as a pleasant cent. Mix with vegetable glycerine for moisturizing use. Mostly perfumery, also in toilet preparations, lozenges and toothpaste. Homes uses in butter, syrup, jams and honey. Rose water is used in desserts, pastries and cakes.

Medical
Internal - asthma, high blood pressure, bronchitis, slow circulation, diarrhea, dysmenorrhea (painful menstruation), cough, fever, fluid retention, Indigestion, insomnia, palpitation, stress, urinary tract infections.

External
abrasions, boils, burns, fragile capillaries, post natal depression, dermatitis, eczema headache, insomnia, poor memory, rashes, sores, oral thrush, tinea.

Rose Water
Rose Water is the by product of producing rose essential oil. It has skin softening, toning, soothing and healing properties. Was used during Victorian times to soothe the skin. Rose water is nature's finest beauty tonic. It is perfect after a facial or cleansing. If you rinse your hair in rose water, it gives it a natural shine by closing the cuticle.

Rose oil
Genuine distilled rose oil is extremely valuable, requiring approximately 4000kg of flowers to produce 1kg of oil. It is considered superior to the cheaper solvent-extracted rose "absolute" but is often adulterated with cheaper oils such as Palmarosa or synthetic components such as citronellol. Our rose oil is steam distilled and guaranteed free of any solvents and adulterants. This product can be used for a variety of products and markets: Medicinal, Cosmetic and Fragrance.

To make a mouthwash from rose petals, pour 1/4 pint over 1/2 pint freshly picked, scented rose petals and mash together for five minutes. Cover and leave in a warm place for two days, then strain and dilute 1 tablespoon with 7 fl oz water.






Dandelion, Blow Ball

Dandelion, Blow Ball
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Dandelion, Dandelion root, Dandelion FruitsDescription
A perennial herb with thick tap root and abundant milky juice in all parts; leaves radical, sessile, variable in shape, narrowly oblong, irregularly Pinnatitid, lobes linear or triangular, toothed; flowers yellow in ligulate heads; fruits glabrous achenes, flattened, ribbed minutely, spiny on the upper half, crowned with White pappus hairs.

Chemical Constituents
The frug contains a bitter crystalline principle, taraxacin and a crystalline substance, taraxacerine; the phytosterols-taraxasterol and homotaraxasterol besides saponin. The milky sap contain cerylalcohol, lactuce-roltaraxacin, and choline. The root yields inulin, tannin and some ethereal oil; the leaves contain vitamin C and the flowers xanthophylls. Also contain Potassium and Vitamin A.

Cosmetic Uses
Dandelion root is known to be an excellent blood cleanser, specifically for the liver, as well as a mild laxative. Dandelion by Benefit is a pinkish powder that makes you look very fresh, makes your skin glow and Hoola, also by Benefit, gives you a suntanny look but it's very light.

FAKE AWAKE WITH DANDELION
Benefit's ballerina-pink pressed highlighting powder. Just one stroke of Dandelion takes your complexion from dull to radiant in an instant. It's shimmery, satiny, radiant, perk-me-up finish is guaranteed to make them wonder ..."How do you look so pretty at eight in the morning?"

Dandelion leaves are commonly recommended as a food supplement for pregnant and postmenopausal women because of the numerous nutrients they contain. This plant produces a mild diuretic effect and reduces serum cholesterol levels. Dandelion root is used to improve appetite and minor digestive problems. Clinical trials have shown Dandelion to be effective in treating pneumonia, bronchitis and upper respiratory infections.

Medicinal Uses
The plant is bitter, acrid, thermogenic, vulnerary, digestive, stomachic, anthelmintic, aperient, liver tonic, sudorific, febrifuge, diuretic, antibacterial, depurative, anti- inflammatory, cholagogue, stimulant and tonic. It is useful in vitiated conditions of kapha and vata, chronic ulcers, tuberculosis, dyspepsia, colic, flatulence, verminosis, constipation, strangury, nephropathy, fever, skin diseases, leprosy, inflammations, gout stiff joints, insomnia, hypochondria, jaudice, biliary calculi and other hepatic diseases and debility. Root is diuretic, tonic laxative, cholagogue, anti-rheumatic and aperient. The tender leaves are used as 'Salad' when harvested in spring, the plant has a slight inulin content and is used as a bitter for loss of appetite and stomach upsets. The drug promotes the secretion of gall and is a useful remedy for chronic disorders of kidney and liver. It has been in use for gallstones, cholecystitis, jaundice, tonic dyspepsia with constipation, muscular rheumatism and oligurea.

Even though this plant is extremely common and was once an official drug, little information is available on its mode of action. Dandelion leaves have diuretic and saluretic action better than the root. They also deliver a good supply of potassium, useful with a diuretic. Inulin, one of the major chemicals in Dandelion, is currently being studied extensively for its immunostimulatory function (see Echinacea). Inulin is also used to strengthen the kidneys and as a pancreatic aid. Some studies have indicated a hypoglycemic effect of Dandelion.
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