Steam distilled without chemical additives
From the leaves, the oil is extracted by distillation. That is, passing water vapor over the plant to maintain the quality of the oil. The particles of the paper open and the steam comes out loaded with oil. It is cooled, and water comes out with oil, and the oil is separated
in the process. The essential oil is diluted with a fixed oil such as sesame. 3% essential oil and 97% fixed oil
Cheaper ways to extract it by soaking in chemicals such as glycerin, propylene and alcohol
Nowadays, any scent can be made in the laboratory, such as mint, cardamom, lavender, and others. This type has nothing to do with oils distilled with vapor
Soothing Oregano Oil for Healthy Body and Skin
Oregano, a flowering herb, is widely known for its popularity in Italian cuisine due to its unique taste and refreshing aroma. Many of you might not know that concentrated essential oil obtained from this fragrant plant is filled with high amounts of antioxidants, antimicrobial, and antifungal compounds. Some of the most abundantly found antioxidants in oregano oil are terpenoids, phenols, thymol, and terpenes. Although oregano is an herb native to Europe, it’s cultivated in other parts of the world too. The process of preparing oregano oil starts with air-drying oregano shoots and leaves and later steam-distilling them to extract concentrated oil. GreenFields’ oregano oil is combined with cold-pressed oil, making it gentle and safe enough for instant topical application and ingestion. Unlike oregano essential oil, oregano oil can be used for cooking.