Content: 20 gr
The product is 100% natural, pure and vegan
For Tea / Infusion: For every cup use 5 gr. (1 tsp) of Herb in hot water for 10 – 15 minutes.
Herbs of Cyprus
Made In Cyprus
DescriptionDescriptionElixrisos (olive gold. The origin of its name probably derives from the Greek words elisso – gold or sun – gold.A mythical plant of the Mediterranean to which nature has endowed the gift of eternal youth, as it retains its beauty and freshness even when cut. The origin of its name probably derives from the Greek words elisso – gold or sun – gold. It is also known as kalomothia (Thira), anthonoida (Crete), amaranth (Laconia), immortal (Kythira). It has a strong, floral smell like honey due to its high water content. It mixes very well with chamomile, lavender, rose oil, herb, labdanum, clove and all citrus fruits. We make special reference to olive gold, since it is also considered by aromatherapists, one of the top essential oils. Those who deal with chakra theory and energy aromatherapy, rank it in the first places. Essential oil is quite expensive but worth getting! . There are over 200 species of eucalyptus, all distilled, but only Italian echinacea (Helichrysum Italicum) produces real “immortal” oil (immortele oil). So this is one of the most refreshing and healing essential oils! The elixir is a fragrant half-shrub, 60 cm high, with silver-gray lanceolate leaves and bunches of small light yellow flowers. When dried, the plant retains its shape and the tops of the flowers their yellow color – which is why they are also called “immortal” or “amaranth”. Native to the Mediterranean basin, the plant grows in Dalmatia, Italy, France, and Spain. Olive gold has traditionally been used in Europe for pigs (lymph node tuberculosis), asthma, arthritis, and headaches, but also for intestinal worms. In homeopathy, tincture is prepared from the fresh plant and administered for disorders of the gallbladder and lumbago. This group of molecules in the essential oil mainly contributes to its anticoagulant action, making it applicable in the treatment of any severe bruising that ends in hematoma (accumulated, clotted blood). In combination with the anti-inflammatory effect of the oil on the veins, this property makes it helpful in cases of thrombophlebitis, where inflammation and degeneration of the veins lead to the formation of clots. The anti-inflammatory, decongestant effects of eucalyptus essential oil are useful in conditions of bronchitis, colitis, and rheumatoid arthritis. Along with German chamomile, it is also effective for allergic conditions, especially those with runny nose, sneezing, and itchy skin rashes. Olive gold relaxes and supports the area of the solar plexus, relieving the tension resulting from overexertion and excessive control, and the depression due to long-term frustration. Its ability to dissolve blood clots and regulate stagnant blood – liver-related conditions – gives it, on an energy level, the power to disperse deeper, “stuck” negative emotions, especially those associated with the Wood Element: persistent resentment, half-conscious anger, bitterness, and persistent negative attitude.Medicinal qualities: We make special reference to olive gold, since it is also considered by aromatherapists, one of the top essential oils. Those who deal with chakra theory and energy aromatherapy, rank it in the first places. Essential oil is quite expensive but worth getting! Here’s why: it contains hydrocarbons, flavonoids, sesquiterpenes, camphor, quercetin, luteolin, neroli acetate.Thus, olive oil has excellent healing properties, restores the skin to a healthier state and delays aging thanks to its very strong cell-regenerative action. Itt is anti-inflammatory, anti-infective, haemostatic, healing, gastric, lipolytic.Against skin diseases, it accelerates the treatment of dermatitis, burns, acne, herpes, wounds, bruises, eczema and filters out ultraviolet rays.Drying Process: The process of drying our herbs is carried out under the shade in low temperatures below 35 degrees Celsius to ensure that the herbs preserve their colour and essential oils. Thus, they are characterised by their lively appearance and rich aroma.