Our essential oils are extracted from plants through the process of steam distillation. In this process, steam is introduced into a distillation chamber which contains the plant material; So the steam breaks down the plant tissue causing it to release its essential oil in a vaporized form. The vaporized essences, along with the steam and other substances, pass into a pipe through cooling tanks. The vapors return to liquid form and are separated from the water and captured as essential plant oil.
Has an enormous potential in preventing vitamin A deficiency, the essencial oil from this palm tree, is an excellent source of carotenes. The Buriti is the richest natural source of beta carotene known; Beta-carotene is one of the most powerful antioxidants, known for its cell renewal properties. They have a great efficacy in the treatment to prevent xerophthalmia. this oil is used for UV protection, rehydration and revitalization. Its luminous color gives skin, radiance and hair, brilliance.
Is widely used Basin for its thatch, fibers, wood, and edible fruits. The fruits of this species are especially important and yield a high quality oil; This oil stimulates and regenerates the follicle cells to increase circulation and strength of the scalp. the oil has proven to be versatile because this essential oil is commonly used as a antioxidant, antibacterial, and how a anti-hair fall treatment; also has a noteworthy array of essential fatty acids: Oleic acid (72.7%), palmitic acid (18.1%), sterols and amino acids.
is a very useful resinous oil, the aroma it exudes is warm and inviting, the part of the tree that is often employed medicinally is the oleoresin that accumulates in cavities within the tree trunk. it used on the skin rashes how a antifungal, because it has a high content of "B-caryophyllene" around a 53 %; also is great for bronchitis, is used as a strong antiseptic and expectorant, for pain and as a topical anti-inflammatory agent; In perfumery is used for creations as gentle modifier.
The high quality essential oils must unconditionally proceed from botanically certified plants, i.e. they must be identified by two Latin names, as Latin is the universally recognized language in botany. The first name designates the genus; and the second the species. The various parts of a single plant