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Labrador tea essential oil stimulates the liver, combats winter ailments, insomnia, nervousness, and depression. It is ideal for sensitive and mature skin. Read more...

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Labrador Tea Essential Oil



BOTANICAL NAME: Ledum groenlandicum
ORIGIN: Quebec, Canada
EXTRACTION METHOD: Steam distillation
PART: Flowers and leaves
MAJOR CONSTITUENTS: Limonene, sabinene, B-selinene, bornyl acetate
AROMA: Herbal, sweet
QUALITY: Authentic, 100% pure and natural essential oil, undiluted and unrectified.


TRADITIONALLY RECOGNIZED USES: Liver, winter ailments, sleep, fatigue, skin care.



Explore the exceptional benefits of Quebec's Labrador tea essential oil, also known as Ledon du Groenland, a native plant of the boreal forest gaining popularity. This essential oil, renowned for its traditional virtues, acts as a stimulant and detoxifier, promoting liver drainage and cell regeneration.

Thanks to its antiseptic, decongestant, and antibacterial properties, Quebec's Labrador tea essential oil serves as a natural remedy for winter ailments such as bronchitis, colds, and the flu. It also acts as a nervous system balancer, offering relaxing and sedative benefits, beneficial for insomnia, nervousness, stress, and depression.

In dermatology, this precious oil improves skin elasticity, reduces wrinkles, and delays the aging process. It soothes sensitive skin, helps alleviate allergies and skin inflammations, while offering astringent, healing, and purifying virtues for acne-prone and oily skin. Studies even suggest its potential as an antitumor agent, as indicated by research conducted at the University of Quebec in Chicoutimi.

Discover the multiple beneficial facets of Quebec's Labrador tea essential oil and incorporate this exceptional natural resource into your well-being routine. Opt for a holistic approach to your health by exploring the diversified properties of this native forest plant.


DISCLAIMER: The properties of essential oils listed on this site are for informational purposes only and are all derived from reference books written by leading essential oil specialists such as Dominique Baudoux, a pharmacist, Danièle Festy, a pharmacist, and Michel Turbide, who has been teaching aromatherapy since 1994 throughout Quebec. However, this information should not be considered as any form of therapeutic or medical prescription and cannot replace a consultation with your healthcare specialist.



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By the following information contained in this factsheet, we will not, under any circumstances, be held liable for inappropriate or incorrect use, as this information cannot be considered as a substitute for therapeutic or medical prescriptions or be used in lieu of a consultation with a healthcare professional.

- Avoid all contact in and around the eyes.
- Never use essential oils pure on the skin. Always dilute with a vegetable oil (sweet almond oil, grape seed oil, apricot kernel oil...)
- NEVER use an essential oil orally without the advice of a healthcare professional or a doctor. 
- Do not use if pregnant or breastfeeding. 


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