Wild Carrot Essential Oil (Daucus carrot) it is a symbol of goodness in the Arab world, it grows spontaneously in our fields in Santa Bianca, we collect the plants and distill them whole, it is one of the specialties of our farm.
According to the Ministry of Health, it promotes the functionality of the urinary tract also thanks to the drainage of body fluids. It has digestive and carminative function. It supports the well-being of sight.
It is indicated by Naturopaths, taken orally (a drop in a teaspoon of honey for example) to combat anemia, liver and gallbladder congestion, kidney inflammation and diarrhea. Also in Naturopathy it is used as a purifier of toxins.
In aromatherapy it helps to keep the skin young as it is considered as a sebum regulator and can be a valid ally in the fight against wrinkles, apply it on the affected area through a carrier oil, or it is suggested to take it by diluting a few drops in a teaspoon of honey to add to linden tea.
It is used, diluted in carrier oil, to do massages to tone the tissues.
Once you learn how to use it with surprising results in the kitchen, try it in its version essence spray
Excellent in the diffuser to create a warm and welcoming environment.
Smelled or diffused, it is comforting, in fact its rebalancing and purifying virtues help to resolve complicated and confusing situations, bringing clarity and emotional balance back to the fore.
- Room diffuser: choice between 3 and 6 drops in 100 ml. of water
- Massages: we recommend diluting 2/3 drops of essential oil in a tablespoon of oil via
- Food use: we recommend 1/2 drops per 100 gr. of food to be flavored (to be added at the end of cooking)
Warnings: Generally non-toxic essential oil but it is not recommended for use on children under the age of 6 and during pregnancies.
If in doubt consult a doctor or pharmacist.