↑ top

Wintergreen Essential Oil

Gaultheria fragrantissima wall

Wintergreen Essential Oil from Aromatics Wintergreen Essential Oil from Aromatics Wintergreen Essential Oil from Aromatics Wintergreen Essential Oil from Aromatics

Wintergreen Essential Oil

Gaultheria fragrantissima wall

Description

Our organically crafted wintergreen essential oil is steam distilled from the sustainably wildcrafted leaves of the small wintergreen shrub growing wild in the high elevations of the Himalayan mountains of Nepal.This essential oil is incredibly potent and one of the more effective essential oils at helping to relieve pain and inflammation, although it should be used with caution and for shorter periods of time than many other essential oils. 

The deep green, minty leaves of the evergreen Gaultheria fragrantissima wall shrub create a fresh, sweet, minty essential oil. Along with helping to relieve pain and inflammation, wintergreen essential oil is an incredible support when looking to ease unwanted muscle spasms. This essential oil is exceptionally powerful and should be used with caution and for shorter durations in a smaller amount. Please read the safety info for this essential oil in great detail before use. Wintergreen essential oil helps support healthy lung activity, especially if one is congested from a cold or the flu. This essential oil can help reduce unwanted water retention and also has astringent properties. Emotionally and energetically, wintergreen essential oil revitalizes. Wintergreen essential oil can help encourage forgiveness and help promote self-acceptance.

Properties
Category
3 - Relieve
Aromas
Fresh
Minty
Sweet
Notes
Middle
Top
Chemical Families
Esters
Therapeutic Properties
Analgesic
Antispasmodic
Astringent
Decongestant
Diuretic
Country of Origin Nepal
Cultivation Wildcrafted
Plant Part(s) Leaves
Botanical Family Ericaceae
Applications + Recipes

Emotional and Energetic Qualities

Promotes strong self-image and identity
Emotionally vitalizing
Invites forgiveness and self-acceptance
Increases positive energy 

Recipes
Resources
  1. Tisserand, Robert. Young, Rodney. Essenential Oil Safety. New York: Churchill Livingston. 2014 2nd edition. 
  2. Picture: Wikipedia Commons by Mike Serfas
Safety + Shelf Life

This is an oil to be used with caution and experience in small amounts and for short periods of time on a small area of the body. According to Robert Tisserand it is contraindicated if taking anticoagulant medication, having major surgy, hemophila and all other bleeding disorders.  Should not be used if pregnant, breastfeeding and not to be used with children due to possible risk of developing Reye's syndrome. Do not use if there is a salicylate sensitivity or ADD/ADHD.  Not to be used orally if a history of Gastroesophageal reflux diease (GERD).  Numerous cases of salicylate poisoning have been reported. 

Maximum dermal use level: 2.4% - Only use on intact skin. (unbroken skin)

The suggested shelf life is 7 years.

Batch History
Batch Number Distillation Date
WIN-104 October 2016
WIN-103 October 2014
WIN-102 Summer 2014
WIN-101 Winter 2014

$7.00

Only 5 mL Available

Contact us for bulk pricing!

+ Size Guide

+ Wholesale Inquiries
Description

Our organically crafted wintergreen essential oil is steam distilled from the sustainably wildcrafted leaves of the small wintergreen shrub growing wild in the high elevations of the Himalayan mountains of Nepal.This essential oil is incredibly potent and one of the more effective essential oils at helping to relieve pain and inflammation, although it should be used with caution and for shorter periods of time than many other essential oils. 

The deep green, minty leaves of the evergreen Gaultheria fragrantissima wall shrub create a fresh, sweet, minty essential oil. Along with helping to relieve pain and inflammation, wintergreen essential oil is an incredible support when looking to ease unwanted muscle spasms. This essential oil is exceptionally powerful and should be used with caution and for shorter durations in a smaller amount. Please read the safety info for this essential oil in great detail before use. Wintergreen essential oil helps support healthy lung activity, especially if one is congested from a cold or the flu. This essential oil can help reduce unwanted water retention and also has astringent properties. Emotionally and energetically, wintergreen essential oil revitalizes. Wintergreen essential oil can help encourage forgiveness and help promote self-acceptance.

Properties
Category
3 - Relieve
Aromas
Fresh
Minty
Sweet
Notes
Middle
Top
Chemical Families
Esters
Therapeutic Properties
Analgesic
Antispasmodic
Astringent
Decongestant
Diuretic
Country of Origin Nepal
Cultivation Wildcrafted
Plant Part(s) Leaves
Botanical Family Ericaceae
Applications + Recipes

Emotional and Energetic Qualities

Promotes strong self-image and identity
Emotionally vitalizing
Invites forgiveness and self-acceptance
Increases positive energy 

Recipes
Resources
  1. Tisserand, Robert. Young, Rodney. Essenential Oil Safety. New York: Churchill Livingston. 2014 2nd edition. 
  2. Picture: Wikipedia Commons by Mike Serfas
Safety + Shelf Life

This is an oil to be used with caution and experience in small amounts and for short periods of time on a small area of the body. According to Robert Tisserand it is contraindicated if taking anticoagulant medication, having major surgy, hemophila and all other bleeding disorders.  Should not be used if pregnant, breastfeeding and not to be used with children due to possible risk of developing Reye's syndrome. Do not use if there is a salicylate sensitivity or ADD/ADHD.  Not to be used orally if a history of Gastroesophageal reflux diease (GERD).  Numerous cases of salicylate poisoning have been reported. 

Maximum dermal use level: 2.4% - Only use on intact skin. (unbroken skin)

The suggested shelf life is 7 years.

Batch History
Batch Number Distillment Date
WIN-104 October 2016
WIN-103 October 2014
WIN-102 Summer 2014
WIN-101 Winter 2014

Product Q&A


You must be logged in to leave a review. Please log in now.

Bottle Size Guide