The Millepertuis is called "St. John's Grass" because its flowering is optimal at the end of June. Small translucent glands are located on the small oval leaves of the plant, giving an appearance of leaves full of holes, which gave it its name. The flowers of Millepertuis have been used since the dawn of time for their medicinal properties. The essential oil of Millepertuis is not to be confused with the oily skin softening macerate, whose uses are different.
The essential oil of Millepertuis, with a resinous and woody scent, is essential to decrease sensitivity to pain.
Composition and precautions of use
100% PURE AND NATURAL 100% of the total ingredients come from organic farming
Never use pure but at a small percentage and always mixed with other essential oils. Do not use in pregnant or breastfeeding women. Do not broadcast in the presence of children under the age of 7. Keep children out of reach. Avoid skin use on allergic skin. Avoid eye contact.
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Danger. Flammable liquid years vapour. May be fatal if swallowed and enters airways. May causes an allergic skin reaction. Highly toxic to aquatic life with long lasting effects.