When diffused, NUMA Essentials Kitchen Aromatics Essential Oils Kit provides herbaceous, sweet scents that can be clarifying and invigorating, while the Truffle Salt is a savory and delicious addition to any dish.†
Here's a detailed look inside the kit:
- Oregano Essential Oil - 15mL
- Rosemary Essential Oil - 15mL
- Truffle Salt - 2oz
Oregano Essential Oil
Oregano essential oil (Origanum vulgare) has healthy cleansing properties that were first recognized in ancient Greece, where oregano essential oil was often used on skin to soothe it and to maintain a healthy microbial balance.† It was also often added to food to maintain a balanced microbial environment.†
Oregano is a plant that is native to higher altitudes and typically grows in the mountains, which, incidentally, is how it got its name oregano, which means “delight of the mountains.”
Essential oil of oregano is extracted via steam distillation of fresh oregano leaves, which also go by the scientific name Oreganum vulgare. Some of its potent health-supporting components include carvacrol, thymol, cymene, caryophyllene, pinene, bisabolene, linalool, borneol, geranyl acetate, linalyl acetate and terpinene.
Don’t let that scientific jargon throw you off, though, because they contribute to oregano essential oil’s properties that can provide holistic, powerful support for health.†
For example, the pinene content found in oregano essential oil has been noted for supporting healthy respiration as well as healthy memory and staying alert.†
Additionally, linalool is a common element of many essential oils, including oregano essential oil, and has been found to be a strong supporter of healthy cells.†
And when your cells are healthy, then you can be, too.†
Here are some uses and insights on oregano essential oil:
- Add 10 drops to a spray bottle full of water for a last-minute counter spray.
- Supports healthy respiratory function†
- May help to support a healthy immune system†
- Used as a powerful cleansing and purifying agent
- Excellent source of antioxidants†
- Add one drop in place of one tablespoon ground oregano to your favorite Italian dishes.
- Supports healthy digestion†
Oregano essential oil blends well with the following essential oils: lavender, rosemary, bergamot, chamomile, cypress, cedarwood, tea tree and eucalyptus. These combinations are often made and widely used by aromatherapists and herbalists.
I don’t recommend using oil of oregano internally, but you can diffuse it around your home.
It's also great for many personal care products. In fact, you can make homemade mouthwash with oregano oil. It helps support oral health.†
Rosemary Essential Oil
Experience its centering, sensory-boosting and overall healthful qualities.†
Rosemary, which is also known as Rosmarinus officinalis, is highly popular in the Mediterranean region as a culinary herb that graces many dishes—using rosemary oil as well as freshly picked rosemary leaves.
Rosemary has been widely used since ancient times for various purposes. For example, the Romans revered the rosemary plant and used it frequently during religious ceremonies. Likewise, it was also commonly used during wedding ceremonies, food preparation, cosmetic care and for health-boosting herbal purposes.† Additionally, ancient Egyptian civilizations used the rosemary plant and its extracts as incense.
The rosemary bush is part of the mint family, which also includes basil, lavender, myrtle and sage, while rosemary essential oil is mostly extracted from the leaves of the rosemary bush.
Rosemary essential oil is one of the most popular essential oils due to its vast array of health benefits, and has become increasingly more important and popular recently, since its health benefits are better understood due to scientific data.† Among other benefits, rosemary essential oil has the ability to foster healthy hair and its growth, to support healthy mental activity, to help support a healthy respiratory system and to soothe overall discomfort.†
Rosemary essential oil was a favorite of Paracelsus, a renowned German-Swiss physician and botanist who contributed greatly to the understanding of herbal medicine during the 16th century. Among other health benefits, Paracelsus valued rosemary essential oil based on its ability to strengthen the health of the entire body.† He believed that rosemary essential oil had the ability to support the health of the liver, brain and heart—beliefs that have since been supported by scientific studies.†
Here are some insights about and ways to use rosemary essential oil:
- Take internally to support healthy internal organ function.†
- Supports healthy respiratory function†
- May help support healthy digestion†
- Apply to scalp and massage for full-looking hair.
- Helps reduce nervous tension and occasional fatigue†
- Add one to two drops to meats and favorite entrees.
- Blend with peppermint or wintergreen oil and a carrier oil or lotion for a soothing massage experience.
- Blend with tea tree oil for a stimulating scalp massage.
- Diffuse while studying to maintain concentration.†
- Helps reduce nervous tension and occasional fatigue†
- Mix equal parts of rosemary oil with lavender oil for stress reduction.†
- Combine with Epsom salts and frankincense for a rejuvenating bath experience.
Rosemary essential oil is often used extensively in aromatherapy due to its versatility as a pleasant aroma in so many popular combinations. Rosemary essential oil blends well with frankincense, lavender, clary sage, cedarwood, basil, thyme, citronella, lemongrass, elemi, geranium, chamomile, peppermint and cardamom.
- Supports healthy cognitive function, clear thinking, and mental alertness†
- Supports joint health†
- Supports a healthy scalp and promotes healthy skin†
- When diffused, provides a herbaceous, sweet smell that can be clarifying and invigorating†
- Certified Organic, 100% Therapeutic Grade, Indigenously sourced, and 100% pure
With an antioxidant ORAC value of 3,300, rosemary has the same antioxidant power as goji berries! One reason is due to rosemary’s carnosol content, which is not only a potent antioxidant, but also serves to support overall health.†
If you're new to using rosemary oil, or you just want to use it for its 3 most powerful benefits, here's what to keep in mind:.Top 3 Rosemary Essential Oil Benefits†
Rosemary essential oil can provide support in these key areas:
Supports Healthy Hair and Scalp†
When applied to the scalp, rosemary essential oil helps support a healthy scalp and healthy hair.† That’s one of the reasons I love using rosemary essential oil in a homemade, all-natural shampoo.
Supports Healthy Cognitive Function†
Greek scholars used rosemary as the secret weapon for “acing” exams. They believed it was a powerful supporter of cognitive function.† Since then, some but not all science suggests validity for that belief.†
Supports Healthy Detoxification and Gallbladder Health†
Rosemary also supports healthy detoxification and a healthy gallbladder.† Those are great additional perks!Best Rosemary Oil Uses
Rosemary essential oil is effective and safe to use in a variety of ways. When it comes to adding rosemary to your natural health regimen, I recommend the following do-it-yourself recipes:
For the mind: Mix 3 drops of rosemary oil with ½ teaspoon of coconut oil and rub on upper neck, or diffuse for 1 hour a day.
For the hair: Put 5 drops of rosemary oil on scalp, then massage in after showers. Or, use my homemade rosemary mint shampoo recipe.
For the muscles: Mix 2 drops of rosemary oil, 2 drops of peppermint oil and 1 teaspoon of coconut oil and rub on muscles and joints.
For other targeted areas: Mix 3 drops of rosemary oil with ¼ teaspoon of coconut oil and rub over desired area 2x daily.
Note: It is also recommended that you do not use on children under 4 years of age. With children, we recommend you consider using frankincense oil instead. Make sure that you consult your healthcare professional before use.
Discover The Exquisite Taste and Outstanding Health Benefits† of NUMA Essentials Truffle Salt
NUMA Essentials Truffle Salt contains a unique blend of deep ocean sea salt and black diamond truffle.
These delicious and nutritious ingredients make for one of the world’s most treasured seasonings. Add it to your favorite recipes and dishes for a flavorful, aromatic, and nutritious kick.
One small pinch is all it takes to deliver a flavor-packed bite. But it’s not just flavor. It’s flavor plus health benefits,† thanks to these key ingredients:
Deep Sea Salt
Every crystal of deep sea salt comes from bodies of salt water. After the water is concentrated and distilled, the health-giving minerals and salts are left behind.
That’s a key reason deep sea salt is darker than other “processed” conventional salts. Those salts are typically white and stripped of their nutrients.
Deep sea salt absorbs and contains many valuable essential minerals from deep sea water.
Deep sea salt is brimming with good-for-you trace minerals that “run of the mill” salts you find in your grocery store just won’t have.
And that's just one benefit. Another is the fact that many ordinary, iodized salts are treated with chemicals. That process removes many of the health benefits and leaves only sodium and chloride.
On the other hand, deep sea salt is rarely processed. So, it retains its treasure trove of minerals.
In fact, deep sea salt can contain up to 82 essential trace nutrients. And those nutrients can include:
- And more
Those nutrients combine to bring a wide range of health benefits, including support for:
- Skin health and care†
- Muscle health and comfort†
- Healthy electrolyte balance†
- A balanced pH†
And, of course, with its distinct flavor, deep sea salt is simply delicious for culinary uses!
That’s it for the deep sea salt part. Now it’s time for the black diamond truffle.
What is Black Diamond Truffle?
For starters, black diamond truffle is a luxurious food.
Many cultures consider it an extreme delicacy. In fact, some versions sell for thousands of dollars per pound. Yes, $1,000+ per pound.
They come from a specific type of fungi or mushroom called Ascomycete fungi. It’s a tuber species, meaning it forms underground.
That’s what makes truffles different from other mushrooms.
Since they grow underground, they have no stem and the roots are white filaments. They feed off the rich sap of other plants roots. This makes them brimming to their pores with dense flavor.
It’s also what gives them their distinct scent, making only dogs and pigs among those which can reliably find them beneath the ground.
Although truffles come in all varieties—from gray to white to black—the most common truffles are black. With complex flavor, truffles are often best combined with bland foods to bring out the unique flavor. In fact, the flavor of truffles is what makes them favored and coveted all over the world!
Truffles have a long history, too.
Ancient Egyptians ate truffles coated in goose fat. During the European Renaissance, truffles were wildly popular as well.
Black diamond truffles were so revered (and expensive) that they rapidly signified nobility and riches.
Not only are black diamond truffles admired for their culinary exquisiteness, but they also provide health benefits, including:
- Supporting immune system health†
- Promoting cellular health†
- Encouraging heart health†
Plus, they’re also packed with protein, chitin, iron, zinc, fiber, vitamins, minerals and amino acids.
Protein content: Truffles provide all the amino acids required for healthy nutrition in humans in every serving.†
Carbohydrate content: Truffles are a great for those on a low-carb diet. Compared with other vegetables, truffles innately have lower proportions of carbohydrates than many other vegetables.
Fat content: If you’re looking to consume less fat, great news for you: truffles are naturally low in fat.
So, go ahead and add these treasured and celebrated compounds to your favorite recipes for flavor, aroma and trace minerals that you simply can’t find anywhere else!
Seasoning like nothing else on Earth
If you'd like to try truffles without paying hundreds of dollars for truffles themselves, you can start with truffle-infused products, such as NUMA Essentials Truffle Salt.
I love sprinkling a little truffle infused sea salt on my eggs for an elegant, earthy, rich, nutritious taste—without the hundred dollar price tag.
My wife was a bit skeptical the first time she tried it, but once she did, this is what she had to say: "I'm never going back to ordinary salt again."
So, give it a try and start enjoying the amazing flavor inside every bite.
About NUMA Essentials Organic Essential Oils
I co-founded NUMA with Jordan Rubin, the New York Times best-selling author of The Maker’s Diet, founder of Garden of Life and Beyond Organic.
Together, we traveled the world looking for purest and highest-quality essential oils available. In all, we tested more than 300 different varieties. From that testing, we hand-selected just 12 oils that made the cut.
Those 12 hand-selected oils became the foundation of our line of NUMA Essentials essential oils.
NUMA comes from the ancient Greek word pneuma, meaning “breath of life.”
Both Jordan and I firmly believe that essential oils are a vital component of any health regimen and healthy lifestyle.
We’ve both rigorously tested each NUMA Essentials essential oil in order to bring you nothing but the purest, therapeutic-grade, farm-to-your-front-door oils around.
In fact, every NUMA essential oil has 4 core values that we will not compromise on. Those values drive everything we do with our NUMA Organic Essential Oils.
4 Core Values of NUMA Essentials Organic Essential Oils
- NUMA essential oils are certified organic.
- NUMA essential oils are 100% Therapeutic Grade
- NUMA essential oils are sourced indigenously as well as harvested from some of the top plant farms in Missouri, Europe, India, and the Middle East. Our oils come from 10,000 acres of certified organic land.
- NUMA essential oils are 100% pure. I do not add bases, fillers, or any additives to any of my oils!
Note: Even though oregano oil has a long history of safe use, it can cause irritation of the skin and mucous membranes, especially when it's taken at high concentrations or dosages. Those who are pregnant should avoid using oregano essential oil due to its general stimulating properties and its ability to regulate hormones.
Additionally, it's always a good idea to check with your healthcare professional before adding it to your diet or your lifestyle regimen. And as with any essential oil or new dietary supplement or food, you should always consult your healthcare professional prior to use.
Those who are allergic to basil, lavender, marjoram, mint or sage are also often allergic to oregano and oregano essential oil.
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