Ingredients

Paramirum® – With the power of nature

Essential Oils
The fruity-fresh scent of natural essential oils relaxes and invigorates at the same time. The invigorating properties of essential clove, peppermint and thyme oil are known for generations. Cloves enjoy, for example, in Ayurvedic teachings on health the highest respect. The clove oil gives Paramirum®, among other things, the characteristic smell and taste.
erbasens® uses for its products only high quality natural essential oils. Plants collected are predominantly from certified wild gatherings.

Turmeric
Turmeric (or curcuma) is truly one of the most magnificient medicinal spices in the world. For centuries it is used extensively as a spice for cooking. The main active ingredients in turmeric are the pigments (curcuminoids), which are responsible for its yellow colour.

Vegetable oils
Fundamentals of all the Paramirum® products are pure vegetable oils. Derived from sun-ripened seeds and fruits they are the result of nourishing life-processes. Vegetable oils can engage in a relationship with living organisms contrary to mineral or biologically poorly convertible oils, such as vaseline or paraffin oil: they support the numerous functions of the skin.

Piperine
Black pepper is a common household spice.  Piperine, the natural active ingredient of black pepper, improved the bioavailability of the curcuminoids up to 20 times.

Sea buckthorn oil – the red gold
Sea buckthorn is a resistant native wild fruit-bearing plant with a very high health value. The oil from the pulp of sea buckthorn berries has a bright red golden colour, in which one literally can see the stored life and solar energy.
Sea buckthorn oil is particulary rich in essential fatty acids. The important palmitoleic acid makes up to 30% in sea buckthorn oil and occurs naturally in the skin and mucous membrane. The natural carotenoids and vitamin E of the sea buckthorn oil support as antioxidants the function of mucosal cells of the whole body by neutralizing free radicals.

Vitamin E
Vitamin E occupies a central position in the normal functioning of metabolic processes: vitamin E as a natural antioxidant functions as protector of vitamins and hormones, and more, also against environmental toxins. It protects, in particular, unsaturated fatty acids of cell membranes from oxidative damage or stress.

Nature always creates the best of what is possible.  

Aristotle (384 – 322 BC)
Greek philosopher