Essential Oils

St. John’s Wort Oil

St. John’s Wort, a flowering plant, consists of lance-like branches with flowering ends. St. John’s Wort, depending on whether the flowers at the ends of the branches are yellow, red or blue. It  grows on its own in meadows and green areas. Centaury oil is obtained by brewing this plant in olive oil. Differences in quality centaury oil production parameters are ; olive oil quality, St. John’s worth (type, collection time, content, dry/wet used) etc.), the feature of the tool , equipment, the maceration time, the maceration environment (shade, sun)  production, plant/oil ratio to be used, the way the plant is decomposed and the storage conditions.

Hypericum is derived from the Greek words “Huper” and “eikon” and means “supernatural”. This name for the plant was believed to have mystical and magical powers in ancient times. Since that times, Hypericum perforatum has been used for wound healing, pain relief  and It is known to give very good results, especially in the treatment of wounds of bedridden patients .Various preparations prepared from the plant, which have been used for their cutting, diuretic effects, can cause sciatica and poisonous.It was used among the people against bites.

The most common usage areas of centaury oil are; wound healing, cell renewal, some viral infections and various branches of cosmetics.

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