[hoot_slider id=”6769″] The COVID-19 era is a time of uncertainty where consumers are looking ways to hack their well-being for improving their chances to resist the virus. This covers many aspects of Well-being including food supplements, diet, exercise and any other ways to support their immune system including Aromatherapy. These independent studies run across multi-discipline… Read more
The Historic Folklore of This Famous RemedyAccording to the long-told historic tale…. The use of thieves oil dates all the way back to the year 1413. The time of the infamous Bubonic Plague (aka The Black Death) that devastated a large portion of France.
We’ve got good news Cash On Delivery (COD) is now available in all provinces of Thailand! With COD you can pay with cash at your door for your online orders. For re-opening of smaller spas, and in a context of possibly lower booking numbers, you can now order our products online in smaller packaging and… Read more
Thieves essential oil Work in progress, our labeling is finished and we are working now on the POS.
Having fun while working out on the labeling of our Thieves blend and POS. Let’s create a story to inspire your customers and generate some retail sales. ‘Thieves blend’ Essential oils for topical and non topical products application and essential oil for diffusion.
Essential oil for diffusion. Essential oils are well known to have anti-bacterial and antiviral activities. While there are no specific research on their efficiency against the COVID-19, Research were conducted on several flu virus. Here is a chart extracted from a Research paper British Columbia (Vancouver, Canada) Department of Pathology, on efficiency of essential oils… Read more
Related to both Ginger and Galangal, Plai (Zingiber cassumunar Roxb.) grows in the warm, humid climates of Thailand. Used in traditional medicine, it is a popular ingredient in massage oils for sore muscles, painful joints, back pain. The essential oil is distilled from the ginger-like rhizomes and has a spicy, earthy medicinal aroma, cool, with spicy… Read more
Ginger has a very similar appearance to that of Turmeric! Did you just mentally compare the two? Let’s make it easier for you.. If you were to get the rhizome and are confused by any remote chance, then simply break open the piece – if it has a bright orange-yellow hue, it is turmeric. Ginger,… Read more
For a few month, we see many essential oils price increase very significantly even so the Thai baht is very strong and therefore should have at least partially cushion these increases. Among the very increases, we will note Grapefruit, Orange, Eucalyptus, Ginger and May Chang (Litsea cubeba). Relying on importers, it is allways difficult for… Read more