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Article: Decoding Biblical Beauty

Decoding Biblical Beauty

Decoding Biblical Beauty

Hyssop comes from the Middle East and southern Europe and is used in our Mount of Olives Hyssop anointing oil. Leaf, stem, and flower parts are known to have cleansing properties-ideal for using as a natural cleanser!

Here is a brief description of the plant itself

In the same family as mint, hyssop is a perennial herb. Hyssop has a slender stem and leaves stacked on both sides, and can grow up to two feet in height. Summer flowers are most commonly purple in color, though some are white or pink. They usually appear from June to October.

Compounds of benefit

Hyssop leaves and stems contain a variety of beneficial components, including flavonoids, tannins, caffeic acids, and glycosides. The plant was traditionally used for the treatment of respiratory disorders. Even today, aromatherapists use hyssop for vapor therapy to calm coughing. In addition, it is used to ease the mind as a key ingredient in massage oil formulations.

Hyssop's Skin Benefits

In skin care formulations, hyssop offers the following benefits:

  • As a natural cleanser, Hyssop can minimize the appearance of pores - making skin look softer and smoother.
  • In addition to livening up your complexion, hyssop also helps balance oil and clean pores.
  • Hyssop oil has a reputation for being good for those with sensitive skin because of its natural properties.

This is the perfect wake-up ingredient

In addition, it is interesting to note that historically, hyssop was used to cleanse the energies of temples and sacred places. It was considered a sacred herb for its cleansing properties. Enjoy feeling awake, alert, and ready to face the day with clean, fresh skin!

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