Natures fragrances — The healing love of mother nature while smelling luxuriously fantastic!

Natures fragrances — The healing love of mother nature while smelling luxuriously fantastic!
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“In every walk with nature, one receives far more than he seeks.”

John Muir

Therapeutic grade aromatic fragrances have been around for centuries and have been used by our ancestors throughout history. Many consumers today use fragrances oils in cosmetics, edibles, and aromatherapy. Aromatherapy is the sense of smell and skin absorption of different aromatic fragrances and oils.  Researchers have stated that oils and essential oils derived from plants and flowers trigger brain responses that promote confidence. Nature is home to all.

To imagine the world of nature destroyed is to leave our souls without breath. When choosing a product or cosmetic for your beard, body, hair, or face, choose all-natural, and USDA Certified organically sourced ingredients. The end consumer will reap 100% of the benefits of that product and, in turn, save in the long run.

Myrrh

Myrrh is a gum resin extracted from a small thorny tree species of the genus Commiphora. Myrrh grows outside of the Arabian Peninsula, and it is hard to grow anywhere outside this region, making for short supply and demand. Myrrh has been used throughout centuries for indigestion, ulcers, colds, asthma, lung congestion, arthritis pain, and some cancers. I ancient cultures, Myrrh was used for general pleasures and as an analgesic. Topically it will help aid in inflammation and pain.


Lemongrass

Cymbopogon, also known as Lemongrass, is barbed wire grass with silky heads. Also known as oily heads, fever grass, or citronella grass. Only some of these species of grass are cultivated for the culinary and medicinal because of their scent. A tropical plant that grows in many regions throughout the world. Lemongrass might help prevent the growth of some forms of bacteria and yeast in your body and on your skin. Lemongrass also contains substances that have been studied that may aid in the relief of pain and swelling, along with reduction of fevers, and to improve levels in blood sugar and cholesterol. Lemongrass has many beneficial antioxidant properties as well.


Lavender

As it is most known or LavandulaLavender is a genus of many different known species of flowering plants in the mint family, 47 to be exact. Lavender is a native to the Old World and can only be found in Cape Verde and The Canary Islands. Also, from Europe across to northern and eastern Africa. Lavender is an herb; the flower and the oil from the plants are used to make medicine and are used primarily to reduce stress, anxiety, and insomnia. It has also been known for depression, dementia, and pain after a surgical procedure. Lavender is an excellent natural sleep remedy, dry skin remedy, pain remedy, and can treat skin blemishes. Lavender is the second most popular natural fragrance in the world. “As Rosemary is to the spirit, so Lavender is to the soul.”


Germanium

Germanium, also known as storks bill and native to southern Africa but grown throughout many parts of the world and has gorgeous showy flowers and fragrant leaves. Germanium is known for its’ uplifting aroma. According to folklore, the natural oil is derived from the steam distillation process of the plant leaves and used in a wide range of health conditions. However, a new study in 2017 indicated its antibacterial, antimicrobial, and antiseptic properties might be beneficial to reducing skin issues, such as irritation, infections, and acne, which in turn make it a fantastic aromatic fragrance to use in the best smelling beard oils, the best smelling natural colognes, and skincare products.


Fig

Fig a complex green and sweet laconic fragrance. The scent of fig is magnificent, unique, and rare. The leaves and the fruit both have a very milky sweet smell. Fig is the plant of the mulberry family and does produce edible fruit. It is found from Asiatic Turkey to northern India regions. Seedlings were grown in Mediterranean countries, and they are cultivated in warm climates.

The aroma of fig evokes a sense of nature and forest-like smells. Fig oil has been popularly promoted as good luck, a source of love inspiration, and a source for male potency. Fig gives you an overall calm and relaxing scent. Figs have been notably used throughout history a are mentioned numerous times religiously as well.


Peppermint

Peppermint is not just the excellent edible flavoring you find during the Holidays. Peppermint is a natural hybrid of water mint and spearmint. Native to Europe and the Middle East region. However, the plant is cultivated and widely spread throughout many areas of the world today.

Peppermint has been used for health purposes across many centuries and records date back to ancient Romans and Egyptians.  Today it is promoted for {IBS} irritable bowel syndrome and other digestive disorders. Topical use of Peppermint from the plant’s leaf may be used for headaches, muscle aches, joint pain, and aiding in soothing itchy skin, aiding in treating coughs and colds to reduce stress and improving mental health. Studies show a promising result that Peppermint may assist in working against some bacteria and yeast growth with its antimicrobial properties.


Tea Tree

Tea Tree The tea tree was named in the 18th century by sailors, who made tea that smelled like rich, warm nutmeg from the leaves of trees growing off the wet, swampy Australian southeastern coast {Melaleuca Alternifolia}. Many confuse the tea tree with the tea plant. The tea plant is not the same and is used to make green and black tea. The essential oil fragrance used primarily to treat fungal skin infections, like acne, athletes’ feet, dandruff, lice, and bad breath comes from the Tea Tree leaves.  Tea Tree smells like a combination of Peppermint and eucalyptus and can kill bacteria and fungus. Many say it smells medicinal or like turpentine.

Tea Tree dates to early aboriginal times in Australia where they would crush tea tree leaves to treat colds and coughs and apply topically to treat skin conditions.

The best beard oils consist of all-natural carrier oils in their 100% form, not diluted with other oils or vitamins. The best smelling beard oils come from all-natural fragrance’s aromas. 


Jasmine

Jasmine is incredibly sensual, sweet, and rich. Jasmine has been called exotic, intoxicating, and intense. While its floral scent is very animalistic, making it an aphrodisiac. Jasmine is native to many tropical and subtropical regions of Eurasia, Australasia, and Oceania. Jasmine is bursting with antioxidants and antiseptic benefits, used in aiding in skin conditions and used in the treatment of psoriasis. Jasmine is also used to reduce dryness in the skin and moisturizes and increase the skin’s elasticity. The natural antibacterial properties also may aid and protect the skin from assault and aid the skin’s immunity.

Conclusion

So, in closing, when you decide to purchase a $5.00 bottle of beard oil that smells like a kid’s favorite box cereal and mixed in a montage of carrier oils, with a splash of this and a splash of that? Ask yourself what benefits are you reaping? What are you applying that is absorbing into your face and skin?  Are there any natural benefits or natural sources? Is smelling like boxed cereal a good thing? Although it may smell like fruit and remind you of cartoons on Saturday mornings, are you even getting your $5.00 worth?

Resources

https://www.ncbi.nlm.nih.gov/pmc/articles/PMC5435909/