Origin of Amber Oil
Amber oil is obtained by the complex distillation of hexane from the resin of Styrax trees. Their homeland is Italy, Greece, Turkey, Israel, Jordan, and Syria, already well known from the times of ancient Egypt, its aroma was called one of the “divine”.
Amber Oil in Aromatherapy
The positive effect of amber oil on the psyche helps when using an aroma lamp or diffuser. Breathing in amber scent relaxes and helps to cope with stress, for these properties they are also used in the manufacture of incense.
Amber Oil in Naturopathy
Amber oil is suitable for relieving symptoms of respiratory diseases (add a few drops mixed with honey to a cup of tea / 5 drops per teaspoon), and working to reduce depression and aggressiveness, amber oil has a relaxing, expectorant, and bactericidal effect.
For sleep disturbances, a few drops in an aroma lamp will provide a deep, balanced sleep.
Amber Oil for Skin Care
Amber oil is said to be skin-friendly but should be mixed with a carrier oil before use. It helps the skin to recover and tone up.
Amber Oil for Perfumery
Even in small quantities, amber oil reveals its special aroma. It is a powerful aphrodisiac – an aromatic blend with a fresh citrus scent transforms into the perfect perfume.