Wasabi Virgin Oil
Wasabi Virgin Oil
Botanical Name: Eutrema japonicum / Wasabia japonica
Wasabi is a plant of the Brassicaceae family, which includes cabbages, horseradish, andmustard. It is also called Japanese horseradish, although horseradish is a different plant (which is generally used as a substitute for wasabi, due to the scarcity of the wasabi plant).
Medical Uses and Health Benefits
Every part of the wasabi plant is used to promote health and well-being. Its leaves and stems are ground into antibacterial medicines, which aid in the treatment of respiratory problems like a cough, cold or sinus pressure. The wasabi can also be used to treat diarrhea, stimulate the appetite and remove toxins from the body. Wasabi is well-known for its strong antioxidant and digestive stimulant properties and can be used to promote overall wellness and not just the treatment of illnesses and disease symptoms.
Apparently wasabi has a variety of healing qualities. It was originally used by the Japanese to ward off food poisoning because of its antimicrobial properties, but it’s also packed with potassium, calcium, Vitamin C and phytochemicals that strengthen antioxidants in your body and help your skin fight free radicals. When applied to skin, it’s stimulating and increases circulation and oxygenation.
Try a DIY Massage Oil to improve circulation, warm up stiff muscles and give your skin that tingly, awake feeling.
Cleanse with Lather Lemongrass Wasabi Hand Wash : This uses the natural antiseptic properties of wasabi to gently get rid of germs for super clean, soothed and moisturized skin.
Repair your hair with Biologique Recherche Baume Capillaire: Wasabi extract is used here as a protective ingredient. Just apply a bit all over your hair after washing, leave it on and rinse. It helps repair your cuticles, restores shine and coats the hair to protect it from further damage.
Specification DocumentsWasabi Virgin - Allergens.pdf
Wasabi Virgin - SDS.pdf
Wasabi Virgin - Spec.pdf