Fragonia Essential Oil

$22

Agonis fragrans
Origin: Australia
Extraction: Steam distillation, leaves and branches
Colour Resonance: Light Blue

A soft, subtle aroma with a floral tea tree note. According to renowned French Aromatherapist, Dr. Penoel, this Australian native is referred to as the "golden triangle" - the symbol of balance and harmony due to its unique and perfectly balanced ratio of compounds. 

Size:

PHYSICAL:
• Regenerating and balancing for the skin
• Excellent support for respiratory conditions
• Treat acne and soothe inflammatory skin conditions
• Treat and heal bacterial and fungal skin infections and wounds
• Relieve inflammatory muscular conditions

EMOTIONAL:
• Promotes relaxation, stress relief and helps heal old emotional wounds
• Ideal for anyone going through stressful times

ENERGETIC:
• Balance, Harmony, Letting Go
• Calms the mind
• Unblocks emotions
• Resets old patterns
• Can guide insight
• Restores tranquility and peace

Diffuse: Add 3 to 5 drops per 90mL of water in your diffuser and let the therapeutic aroma fill the atmosphere.

Perfume: Apply 1-2 drops to your scarf or the inside of your shirt and wear as a perfume.

Massage: We recommend 10 drops of essential oil per 20ml of carrier oil. Pump a small amount into your palms and rub together to warm and spread. Massage into freshly cleaned skin, using long flowing strokes towards the heart until fully absorbed.

Facial Massage: We recommend 1-2 drops of essential oil per 5ml of facial oil. Pump a small amount into your palms and rub together to warm and spread. Massage into freshly cleansed face, neck and decolletage until absorbed.

Bathing: Add 5 drops of essential oil to 1 tablespoon (0.2mL) of carrier oil; add to bath water and agitate the surface; immerse and enjoy.

Face Masks: Add 1-2 drops of essential oil to 1 teaspoon of carrier oil; dab onto outside of face mask for aromatherapeutic benefits.

Inhale straight out of the bottle for a few seconds throughout the day.

Store below 30℃ and away from direct sunlight. To ensure skin compatibility, patch test first. If irritation occurs, discontinue use and seek medical advice.

Synthesis Organics offers the highest therapeutic quality certified organic essential oils in the world.

• The following Quality Control (QC) tests are performed on every batch of essential oils we use:GC/MS (Gas Chromatograph/Mass Spectrometer), Appearance, Colour, Odour, Specific Gravity, Refractive Index, and/or Optical Rotation.

• Technical data is also assessed on Product Specifications, Certificate of Analysis, Material Safety Data Sheets, Organic Certifications, and Product Declarations.

• Each oil has a batch-specific Certificate of Analysis that allows full traceability and guarantees the authenticity of the product.

• Our sources are third party audited to the Australian National Standard for Biodynamic and Organic Produce by the ACO.

• All of our products come with a 100% Satisfaction Guarantee.

The stone labels on our essential oil bottles are made from 100% post-consumer recycled marble waste, and the bottles are made with biophotonic violet glass for optimum preservation and energetic benefits. These bottles are infinitely recyclable so we are able to offer a refill service.

Just select the refill option on our website, then send us your empty bottle. We will clean and refill it, replace the label if necessary, and send it back to you. The refill option discount should more than cover the cost of your shipping back to us, especially if you refill several bottles at a time or take advantage of our FREE SHIPPING offer for purchases over $99.

As part of our Carbon Neutral Commitment, we also offset the carbon emissions of shipping back and forth to keep our planet breathing well.

Fragonia is rich in:
a-pinene, a component known to alleviate stress, reduce pain and soothe inflammation.
linalool, Inhalation of linalool was found to decrease anxiety and stress in a study performed at a University in Brazil. (Linck, V. “Effects of Inhaled Linalool in Anxiety, Social Interaction and Aggressive Behavior in Mice.” PubMed, July 2010, pubmed.ncbi.nlm.nih.gov/19962290.)

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