This is an exquisite body oil made in small batches with the absolute finest natural, organic ingredients. Cold Pressed, organic sweet almond oil (Prunus dulcis) has been infused with hand-gathered, wildcrafted Ponderosa Pine resin from the Sandia Mountains of New Mexico and organic Uganda Gold vanilla beans. Uganda Gold vanilla beans have the highest vanillin content of any bean tested, giving it a superb scent. A drop of organic tobacco essential oil has been added for a touch of deep earthiness. The result is a sweet, deep, woodsy, rich scented oil perfect for your skin.
No preservatives have been added; pine acts as a natural preservative. Store this oil in your refrigerator or other cool, dark spot.
The oil is packaged in a high quality glass bottle with a phenolic cap, making it drip and spill resistant. The bottle is amber in order to prevent light from damaging the ingredients. Organic vanilla pine tobacco body oil.
Sweet almond (Prunus amygdalus dulcis) oil is a good choice for any skin type. This oil is rich in minerals, vitamins, and protein. It's high in oleic, linoleic, and other fatty acids. This oil is used to treat dry skin or chapped skin and relieve itching, soreness, and inflammation.
Ponderosa pine resin has an AMAZING rich, sweet smell, reminiscent of vanilla and frankincense, because of its high terpene content. Pine resin is the immune system of the tree, and has been proven to be antimicrobial against bacteria, viruses, and fungi. Pine-infused oil is great for the skin and great for wounds. Sweet almond oil is a balancing oil, perfect for all types of skin.
Please read about the science of Ponderosa Pine Resin on my blog:
Uganda Gold is the finest Bourbon-style vanilla bean available on the market today, with a significantly higher vanillin content (the good, sweet stuff) than any bean that has been tested. Vanilla has been used historically as an aphrodisiac, antidepressant, and to calm anxiety. It imparts a sense of comfort. Plus it smells DIVINE.
From the vanilla supplier's website: Chemiphar Laboratory, Kampala, Uganda (November 2006) reported vanillin content of long whole Uganda vanilla beans at 2.5%. [A vanillin content of 2.0% for Madagascar Bourbon beans is generally considered outstanding in the trade.] Chemiphar report available on request.
According to UCLA's Medicinal Spices Exhibit: Vanillin is in the class of vanilloids, that includes – surprisingly – capsaicin (8-methy-N-vanillyl noneamide) from chile pepper and eugenol from cloves, cinnamon and other spices, and zingerone from ginger. The vanilloid receptors of the central and peripheral nervous systems bind with these compounds, resulting in different sensory effects. Thus, capsaicin can cause a burning sensation while eugenol results in mild anesthesia; vanillin itself is neutral.
Historical View “Vanilla is an aromatic stimulant, with a tendency towards the nervous system. It has also been regarded as an aphrodisiac. It has been employed as a remedy in hysteria, low fevers, impotency, etc. But its use as a medicine is obsolete in this country, although still sometimes employed on the Continent and elsewhere.”