Thrumbi essential oil 10ml

90% virgin olive oil and 10% Thrombi essential oil. All our essential oils come from organic crops only!*ICHOR SCE produces pure and organic products of its own production, from cooperative producers in the region of Epirus

Thrubi essential oil also known as Satureja (elderwort, tragorigano or zarpuni) has been used since ancient times. It has a strong flavor reminiscent of thyme or oregano. Thrumbi essential oil is used as an excellent spice and aromatic in cooking. At the same time, it also has many therapeutic properties against colds, stomachaches, indigestion, insomnia and in general neuropathies, rheumatic and arthritic pains, against kidney stones. It stimulates and invigorates and strengthens the body, helps with mental and sexual lethargy.

Aromatherapy is a holistic treatment method with a history of thousands of years. Its application is widespread these days, with clinical research showing that essential oils promote our well-being. Some of the benefits of aromatherapy are that it relieves stress and anxiety, reduces the feeling of bad mood, increases energy levels in the body, boosts the immune system, reduces headaches and improves digestive problems. Essential oils are used through air diffusion or topical application.

Room Scenting:

One of the most beautiful applications of essential oils is their slow evaporation when heated in water in an aroma/diffuser. They clean the space of germs, acting as disinfectants and antiseptics and contribute to positive energy. Furthermore, by inhaling their aroma, they have a relaxing and toning effect, depending on the oil we use.

For Consumption:

In cold tea without sugar or tea with honey or cold juice, we add essential oils in an amount recommended for internal intake by a qualified therapist.


To 100g of vegetable oil (base), add 10 drops of essential oil. Choose the right base and essential oils to be mixed, according to its properties.


For dull skin, add 2-3 drops of essential oil to boiling water to help detoxify the skin and dilate the pores, thus preparing the skin for cleansing.


Water has many beneficial properties. With a few drops of essential oils, an immediate beneficial effect is achieved internally, by inhaling, externally on the skin as well as on the vascular system. Pour 10-15 drops of essential oils into a full bathtub, and 6-12 drops into a small or half-full bathtub. The time spent in the bathtub should not exceed 20 minutes.

Foot bath:

In a basin with 3-5 kg ​​of water, add 6-8 drops of essential oils. A warm foot bath is recommended in winter for cold feet and cool foot baths for swollen and tired feet. Foot baths have reflective effects on the body through reflective zones.

Hand shower: 

In a basin of warm water, pour 6-8 drops of the essential oils you prefer and let your hands soak for about 15'. Hand baths are particularly soothing, given that the extremities are where most of the body's nerve endings end.


About 6 drops of essential oils in the rinse for hair loss, dandruff, weak hair, scalp conditions.


For respiratory problems, flu and chest ailments, add 2-6 drops of essential oil to a liter of hot water and inhale for about a minute.


 In a basin with two liters of water, pour 4-5 drops of essential oils. With a linen cloth or cotton we make compresses:

 Hot: for gynecological problems, rheumatism, nerve pain, cervical. Cool: for headaches, varicose veins, swelling, irritated skin and inflammation.

Perfumed water:

In 100ml of distilled water, add 20-30 drops of essential oils. Leave it for 7-12 days in a dark place and then filter it. It is used in dermatitis, skin toning, eczema and irritations.


In pure alcohol we add essential oils preferably.

Other Uses:

They can be used in the washing machine to perfume the clothes, on the kitchen surface for disinfection, on the pillow to improve the quality of sleep.