Elixir st. Roch, spray, 100 ml
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Elixir St. Roch is a blend of fourteen exceptional essential oils with strong antibacterial, antiviral and antimicrobial properties.
St. Roch from Montpellier dedicated his whole life to healing cholera patients and people with other dangerous contagious diseases. He himself got the plague, but it didn't stop him from performing his missionary work. He managed to heal himself with natural remedies and continued his efforts towards helping the ill. His work inspired us to create a natural blend of essential oils known for their effectiveness against dangerous (even deadly) bacteria and viruses.
Aromara Elixir St. Roch contains fourteen essential oils: Tea tree, Cypress, Eucalyptus, Lemon Eucalyptus, Laurel, Clove, Lavender, Peppermint, Lemongrass, Geranium, Myrrh, Oregano, Palmarosa and Rosemary. Its powerful efficiency is the result of the synergistic antimicrobial properties of these essential oils.
Scientific research has confirmed the medicinal properties of each of the essential oils in Elixir St. Roch!
Scientists of the medical centre at the Israel Institute of Technology in Haifa conducted a research of the treatment of respiratory diseases with essential oils. They reached the following conclusion: ''The pharmacological and clinical activity of Eucalyptus, Lemon Eucalyptus, Peppermint, Oregano […] and Rosemary includes anti-inflammatory, antibacterial and antiviral properties. Some of these plants have a direct effect on the respiratory system, the cough reflex and air flow in the nasal cavity.''
100% active substances with scientifically proven efficiency!
TEA TREE (Melaleuca alternifolia)
The medicinal properties of Tea tree, one of the strongest antimicrobial essential oils in the world, has been proven by numerous scientists, including C.F. Farson and his associates at the West-Australian University. Their results indicate the following:
''…all of the tested […] isolates of Staphylococcus aureus have demonstrated sensitivity to Tea tree. […] These in-vitro results demonstrate that Tea tree may be useful in the treatment of MRSA carriers. [MRSA is a wide-spread bacteria resistant to a large number of antibiotics.]''
CYPRESS (Cupressus sempervirens)
''Exceptional antimicrobial activity has been noted in […] Gram-positive bacteria, including multi-resistant bacteria […] in 9 plants, especially […] Cypress.'' These results were obtained by R.A.A. Mothana and associates from the Pharmacognosy at the Sana'a University in Jemen. Cypress was included among the plants whose antitumor, antimicrobial and antioxidant properties were researched in their exhaustive study.
EUCALYPTUS (Eucalyptus globulus)
Eucalyptus is one of the strongest antiviral essential oils. It provides protection from viruses spread by coughing and sneezing. A. Thoidpour and his associates in Iran conducted a study about the antibacterial properties of two essential oils applied to MRSA bacteria: ''The results indicate that both oils [Eucalyptus and Thyme] possess a certain level of antibacterial activity against Gram-positive and Gram-negative bacteria. […] These results support existing studies […] and suggest a new option in the treatment of MRSA bacteria.''
LEMON EUCALYPTUS (Eucalyptus citriodora)
''[In the course of the study] it has been demonstrated that Eucalyptus and Lemon Eucalyptus essential oils prevent pain […] Data indicate that Eucalyptus and Lemon Eucalyptus essential oil extracts have a peripheral and central analgetic effect, as well as an […] independent anti-inflammatory effect.'' (Analgetic and Anti-inflammatory Properties of Eucalyptus Essential Oil, J. Silva and associates, Ceare University, Brazil)
LAUREL (Laurus nobilis)
In two separate studies, N. Otsuka and associates from the Okyama University in Japan proved that laurel leaf extract has antibacterial properties against MRSA and VRE, while M. Sayyah and associates from the Pasteur Institute in Iran proved the following: ''The analgetic and anti-inflammatory properties of [Laurel] essential oil is comparable to the activity of certain analgetics and non-steroid anti-inflammatory medication: morphine and piroxicam.''
CLOVE (Eugenia caryophyllata)
Its strong antiviral and antibacterial properties are well-known among aromatherapists, and it has also been proven by A.R. Ramanoelina and associates from the Pasteur Institute in Madagascar. They conducted a study of the antibacterial properties of essential oils of plants native to Madagascar: ''The results have shown that […] Clove essential oil is extremely efficient and possesses a wide variety of properties.''
LAVENDER (Lavandula angustifolia)
Lavender essential oil's efficiency against Candida has been proven by F.D. Auria and associates from the La Sapienza University in Rome, while V. Hajhashemi and associates from the Isfahan University of Medical Science in Iran conducted a study of the anti-inflammatory and analgetic properties of Lavender essential oil. ''Lavender essential oil has stopped the growth of C.albicans, […], completely destroyed [...] C.albicans cells within 15 minutes. […] Lavender essential oil has also demonstrated fungistatic and fungicide activity against C.albicans sorts.''
''Study results confirm the traditional use of Lavender in case of pain and inflammations.''
PEPPERMINT (Mentha x piperita)
The antiviral activity of Peppermint against the Herpes simplex type 1 and 2 virus was proven by A. Schumacher and associate from the Heidelberg University in Germany: ''…after 3 hours of incubation of the Herpex simplex virus with Peppermint oil, 99% antiviral activity was proven. […] Taking into account the lipophilic property of the essential oil, which enables it to enter the skin, Peppermint essential oil can be used for topical therapeutic application as a virucide agent in case of repeated herpes infections.''
A study of the antimicrobial and antioxidant activity of three types of Mint oil was conducted at the Chemistry department of the Natural Science and Mathematics Faculty in Novi Sad by N. Mimica and associates: ''All three essential oils demonstrated strong antibacterial activity, especially in the case of E.coli sorts. The strongest among the oils was Peppermint, especially in the case of the multi-resistant sort Shigella sonei and Micrococcus flavus […]. All of the oils have shown strong fungistatic and fungicide properties.''
LEMONGRASS (Cymbopogon citratus)
The antimicrobial activity of Lemongrass was proven by T. Ohno and associates from the Medical Faculty in Kyoto, Japan: ''Lemongrass […] has demonstrated bactericidal activity against H.pylori. […] Resistance to Lemongrass didn't develop even after 10 consecutive applications, while resistance to the antibiotic clarithromycin developed under the above circumstances.''
MYRRH (Commiphora myrrha)
E.Y. Nomicos from the National Institute for Allergies and Infectious Diseases of the National Health Institute in Bethesda, USA, conducted a scientific study of Myrrh entitled Myrrh – Medical Miracle or Magician's Myth?: ''Products containing Myrrh […] have been proven to contain significant antiseptic, anaesthetic and antitumor properties. Traditional use and evidence-based research confirms that these properties are directly related with terpenoids […], active components present in Myrrh essential oil.''
OREGANO (Origanum vulgare)
According to a study entitled Antibacterial Activity of Oregano to Gram-Positive Bacteria, conducted by the Microbiology Department of the Karachi University in Pakistan, ''…[Oregano] essential oil demonstrates activity against  sorts of bacteria.''
Scientists at Bilkei Consulting, Switzerland have conducted a study of the effect of Oregano on pigs with stunted growth. Study results demonstrated that Oregano essential oil speeds up the growth of said swine and demonstrates unspecific, immunostimulative activity in the case of pig immune cells.
PALMAROSA (Cymbopogon martinii)
A study entitled Geraniol – Traditional Anthelmitic element of Palmarosa (A.M. Kumaran and associates, Natural Remedies Pvt. Ltd., India) yielded the following results: ''Palmarosa essential oil and Geraniol, one of its most important components, were tested for anthelmintic activity [destruction of intestinal parasites]. Both substances demonstrated strong anthelmintic activity.''
ROSEMARY (Rosmarinus officinalis)
The antimicrobial activity of Rosemary essential oil was proven by J.V. Larrondo and associates from the Department of Veterinary Science at the University of Barcelona: ''Bacteria, filamentous fungi and yeast are exposed to the activity of Lavender essence, […] and Rosemary. All of the […] essences have demonstrated a similar level of activity against tested microorganisms.''
Protect yourself today and breathe freely!
Use the spray to disinfect your hands and body; you can also use it to disinfect kitchen surfaces and appliances, such as chopping boards, knives, etc. You can use it as an ambiance spray and spray it around the room, especially in case of illness.