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Savory Montana Winter Essential Oil Organic

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Savory Montana Winter Essential Oil Organic

Satureja montana L.

Wellbeing targeted massages, topical skin applications, Mouth wash rinse, Air purifying diffusions and aromatic cuisine (a.i. herbal salad oils). Immune system support, General tonic, stimulating, purifying, digestive, low libido, physical fatigue

INFOS AND INTERESTING FACTS

Along with Oregano and Thyme, Mountain savory essential oil is one of the most powerful essential oils. For adults and children over the age of 12. Avoid when pregnant and breastfeeding. PLEASE READ THE CAUTION SECTION BEFORE USE.

IDENTIFICATION

INCI Name : Satureja montana (Winter Savory) Oil

CAS Number : 90106-57-3 

SKU code :

EXTRACTION METHOD: steam distillation

PARTS USED: flowering aerial parts

ORIGIN: France (Mediterranean)

COMMON NAMES:  Winter savory. Mountain savory

APPEARANCE

ODOUR NOTE: spicy, medicinal, herbal. Middle note

QUALITY100 % pure and organic whole essential oil.

MAIN MOLECULAR CONTENT: 44.30% carvacrol, 5.39% thymol, 15.42% paracymene

STORAGE CONDITION: keep tightly closed, in a cool place away from light. Store away from children and pet’s reach.

 

INFOS AND INTERESTING FACTS 

Along with Oregano and Thyme, Mountain savory essential oil is one of the most powerful essential oils. For adults and children over the age of 12. Avoid when pregnant and breastfeeding. PLEASE READ THE CAUTION SECTION BEFORE USE.

 

Winter savory is a well known and loved herb around the Mediterranean basin, where it has been used since the antiquities, in the preparation of balms, poultices and sirups as well as an aromatic herb in cooking and food preservation.

This powerful essential oil has been traditionally used in oils, clays, and honey applications to help boost weakened immune system, protect from all kinds of bacterial, digestive, parasitic, and fungal infections, and used as a general purifying herb. 

Mountain Savory has always been used with parsimony and, contrary to Oregano and thyme, its cultivation was not allowed in Monastery gardens, because of its believed libido tonic properties (“Devil’s herb).

Winter Savory essential oil must always be strongly diluted for skin applications (1 drop essential oil to 15 drops carrier), used in small amounts, blended with other essential oils, and used only for short period of times (as soon as condition improve).

Mountain savory and Oregano (Origanum compactum) are two plants with very similar composition, both famous anti-infectious essential oils. Winter savory has two phenols (Carvacrol and Thymol) while Oregano contains mainly exclusively carvacrol. As a result, Winter Savory has a wider field of action, and is more balanced than Oregano.

 

APPLICATIONS

WELLBEING, IMMUNE BOOST AND TARGETED SKIN CARE: ++++

 

DIFFUSION: +++

 

Ultrasonic & Steam diffusion: +++

 

INHALATION NOT RECOMMENDED

 

OTHERS  Cooking: ++

REPORTED BENEFITS & PROPERTIES

  • Anti-infective, Antibacterial, Antifungal. Antimicrobial: ++++
  • Anti-inflammatory: +++ 
  • Immunostimulant +++
  • Antioxidant: +++ 
  • Tonic +++
  • Carminative, digestif
  • Hypertensive
  • Antiparasitic, vermifuge: ++
  • Insect repellent

TRADITIONAL USE

Mountain Savory plant and its essential oil has long been valued to maintain a good state of general form, for its powerful purifying properties, to offer toning, stimulating, regenerating support in case of weakened immune system.

 

  • Chronic fatigue, convalescence, general fatigue 
  • Slow Digestion, gastro…
  • Bacterial infections, general infectious states.
  • Bronchitis, sore throat, Laryngitis, tonsillitis, colds related, in diffusion or massages applied to the neck, upper torso and back
  • Urinary tract related, cystitis, prostatitis massages applied to the lower abdomen.
  • Fungal infections, athlete foot, ringworm, Mouth hygiene, mouth baths, candidiasis…
  • Food aromatic, Food preservative 
  • Insect repellent 

INSTRUCTION OF USE

Skin application, targeted massages+++

Use 1 drop essential oil for 10 ml carrier oil (0.5 to 2 % concentration). Apply a few drops of the dilution around the throat area or behind ears, neck, torso, and massage; 3 drops savory in 10 drops carrier oil to massage uncomfortable joints; 1 drop savory essential oil in 10 drop carrier oil, apply 1-2 drop to the lower abdomen and massage.

 

Diffusion +++

Ultrasonic Diffusers for air purification, use 10 min 3 times a day. Mountain Savory essential oil should be diluted between 5 and 10% in other essential oils when used in diffusion.

 

Cooking +++to aromatize oils, honey or sirops to drizzle on top of salad or include as part of recipes (ex.: 10 drops of winter savory EO into 1/2 liter of olive oil with salt and pepper; Use 1 small tsp in recipes. A tsp of this aromatic oil was consumed daily before a meal, on a piece of bread, in traditional Provence)

For more detailed information, please go check this LINK TO Instructions of use essential oils page

 

BLENDS WELL WITH:

 

"Immunity boost" Synergies: with Eucalyptus radiata or Peppermint, Ravintsara, Tea tree/Niaouli essential oils.

MORE INFORMATION

Winter savory is a well known and loved herb around the Mediterranean basin, where it has been used since the antiquities, in the preparation of balms, poultices and sirups as well as an aromatic herb in cooking and food preservation.

This powerful essential oil has been traditionally used in oils, clays, and honey applications to help boost weakened immune system, protect from all kinds of bacterial, digestive, parasitic, and fungal infections, and used as a general purifying herb. 

Mountain Savory has always been used with parsimony and, contrary to Oregano and thyme, its cultivation was not allowed in Monastery gardens, because of its believed libido tonic properties (“Devil’s herb).

Winter Savory essential oil must always be strongly diluted for skin applications (1 drop essential oil to 15 drops carrier), used in small amounts, blended with other essential oils, and used only for short period of times (as soon as condition improve).

Mountain savory and Oregano (Origanum compactum) are two plants with very similar composition, both famous anti-infectious essential oils. Winter savory has two phenols (Carvacrol and Thymol) while Oregano contains mainly exclusively carvacrol. As a result, Winter Savory has a wider field of action, and is more balanced than Oregano.

 

CAUTION

  • Do not use in pregnant and nursing women,
  • Do not use in children under 12 years of age,
  • 1.2% is the maximum use level recommended for skin applications.
  • Do not use in inhalations.
  • Avoid in prone to Asthma, Epileptic attacks.
  • Do not use on hypersensitive, compromised, or damaged skin.

 

DO NOT USE UNDILUTED and SEEK MEDICAL AND SPECIALIST ADVISE WHEN IN DOUBT.

SEE OUR PAGE ON PRECAUTION - HOW TO USE ESSENTIAL OILS SAFELY