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Laurel Organic Essential Oil from Greece

Laurel Organic Essential Oil from Greece

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Experience the natural benefits of Laurel Organic Essential Oil from Greece. Known for its traditional use in promoting a healthy lymphatic system, this versatile oil can also help ease muscle pain and energize the body. Add a few drops to your diffuser for a refreshing home scent.

Laurel is steeped in ancient symbolism, carries profound spiritual significance. Across cultures, it embodies victory, honour, and immortality. In ancient Greece and Rome, laurel wreaths adorned victors, signifying triumph in sports and military endeavors. The term “poet laureate” reflects this legacy. These evergreen leaves inspire creativity, symbolizing enduring life and awakening the spirit. Beyond symbolism, laurel leaves possess healing properties, making them valuable in herbal medicine. Thus, laurel remains a bridge between tradition and contemporary well-being. 

Origin & Production

This oil is steam distilled from freshly picked leaves of Laurel grown in the Chalkidiki region of Northern Greece. 


Laurel Organic Essential Oil from Greece is a refreshing and invigorating addition to your aromatherapy routine. With its blend of spicy, sweet, and peppery notes, along with warm and gentle camphoraceous tones and a hint of clove, this oil provides a unique and uplifting experience. 


  • Promotes a healthy lymphatic system
  • Eases the effects of colds and the flu
  • Provides comfort against inflammation for asthma
  • Soothes muscle pain and sore muscles
  • Inspires self-esteem and creativity
  • Enhances focus for arduous tasks
  • Influences positive dreams during sleep
  • Creates a good ambiance for meditation
  • Energizes the body and lessens lethargy
  • Relieves stress and prevents migraines

Vol: 15ml

Latin Name: Laurus nobilis. Other common names include laurel, sweet bay, bay leaf, Grecian laurel. Bay laurel must not be confused with West Indian Bay Pimentaracemosa.

Biochemical group: Oxide

Main chemical compounds: 1,8-cineole, sabinene, terpinyl acetate,  α-pinene,β-pinene, linalool, terpinen-4-ol,others

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