With anti-neoplastic properties this natural essential oil blend can treat many types of skin disorders including fungal disease as well as prohibit free radicals for a healthy body and mind.
Healing Myrtle Body Oil
Did you know that essential oils may support the body’s own healing system, and when used correctly, may be able to take the place of conventional over-the-counter remedies?
Essential oils have a very small molecular size, which means that their properties are easily absorbed by the skin. The potency ensures that only a few drops are needed at a time, so a small bottle can last a few years when used sparingly.
Lavender is the most well known of the essential oils, and for good reason. It has antiviral and antibacterial properties which can reduce the healing time for scrapes, bites and stings. It is also a safe oil to use directly onto the skin without diluting with carrier oils. It is credited that Lavender is used as a ‘burn’ remedy along with reducing the pain associated with being burned, it helps prevent skin blistering whilst healing and hydrating the skin.
Lemon Myrtle has powerful potent properties that promote and maintain healthy skin. It’s properties are, antioxidant, antimicrobial, antibacterial, antifungal, antiviral and antiseptic, commonly used to treat skin disorders, combat food borne human pathogens and free radicals. Source details.
Nigella sativa also known as Black Seed Oil, is an aromatic, annual herb (lives for one year). It belongs to the family Ranunculaceae and is commonly known as Black Cumin, Fennel flower, Nutmeg flower, Roman Coriander and Hab-El-Baraka (Arabic) meaning seed of blessing. The seed is used as a spice and has a pungent bitter taste and smell. It is used primarily in confectionery and liquors, baking of ‘Naan’ bread and making of Armenian String Cheese (Jibna Madafara).
Black Cumin is reported in the Bible in the Book of Isaiah the prophet (28: 25-27) in the reaping of wheat and Nigella black seed to flavour food. Black Cumin seed contains both fixed and essential oils. ‘Thymoquinone’ is the major component of the essential oils extracted from the seeds and comprises 28-57% of the total seeds essential oil. Other components in the oil include ‘Melanthin’ and ‘Nigelline’ are also found in the oil extract. In addition, a rich variety of Vitamins A, B1, B2, B6, Niacin and Folacin are also found in the seed oil.
More importantly, medicinally ‘Thymoquinone’ manifested anti-neoplastic properties in cultured human cells and is used in the treatment of several types of cancer, including pancreatic ‘ductal-adenocarcinoma’. In addition to promoting cell death of cancer cells, ‘Thymoquinone’ has protective anti-oxidant and anti-inflammatory effects.
Black Cumin Seed oil is a wonderful oil for all types of skin disorders.