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Wintergreen Essential Oil

  • eo-389
  • Nature's Oil

Availability: In stock

$2.87 - $38.29
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Quick Overview

Wintergreen Essential Oil

Pure Wintergreen Essential Oil

Botanical Name: Gaultheria Procumbens Plant Part: Leaves Extraction Method: Steam Distilled Origin: India Color: Colorless to pale yellow clear liquid. Common Uses: Wintergreen Essential Oil has a history of use as a pain reliever. It is also believed to increase the speed of healing for skin disorders, and when added to lotions, acts as a natural moisturizer. Consistency: Thin Note: Middle Strength of Aroma: Strong Aromatic Scent: Wintergreen Essential Oil has a strong mint candy flavor. Cautions: Avoid use if pregnant. Safety in young children, nursing women, or those with severe liver or kidney disease is not known.

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4th Aug 2013

By karen

Great scent
I really like this one, I use it in my bath salts, holds the scent to.

26th May 2013

By kEN

outstaNDING PRODUCT
tHIS PRODUCT MMETS ALL OF MY STANARDS AND NEEDSB OF USE. tHANK YOU SO MUCH.

18th Feb 2013

By Victor L., San Francisco - Feb. 18, 2013

Oil works on my arthritic knee joints & enlarged knuckles
Oil of wintergreen has a high concentration of salicylic acid, also found in grapefruits. I use oil externally to ease pain in knee cartilage and joints as well as on my enlarged knuckles. Pain has diminished 30% after a week of liberal application.
Scent of wintergreen helps my sinus and itchy dry throat while getting to sleep. I have not ingest any oil to date, only 3 grapefruits daily for salicylic acid. Found reference of oil of wintergreen in "Raw Vegetable Juices" by N. W. Walker, & RD Pope, M.D, 1963 Ed., page 74.

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