The soaps have been produced according to centuries-old recipes. They are available in the souvenir shops of the abbey since June 2007. They are made on the basis of traditional monastic herbs. It is also essential that the ingredients meet present-day requirements. The first four kinds of soaps are made in compliance with these principles. These soaps are handmade, produced without any artificial conservatives and they contain pure vegetable oils.
Therapeutic effect of the lavender flower was proved by different examinations. It can be useful in treating sudden changes of mood, stress and insomnia. It can be put into bath to treat vascular disorders. Sage has an antiperspirant effect, it heals wounds and it has styptic effect.
Rose oil is popular for its nice fragrance. Lesser known that it was also used external at minor injuries to ease pain and for sedating the inflammation caused by fever.
Honey-Lemon Balm Soap
Honey, known widely for its curative power, is antibacterial and, thanks to its organic acids, subserves the healing of abrasion and burn. Lemon balm has beneficial effect on insomnia caused by stress. Due to its calming effect it was used as bath oil, as well. It also relieves depression.
Therapeutic effect of the lavender flower was proved by different examinations. It can be useful in treating sudden changes of mood, stress and insomnia. It can be put into bath to treat vascular disorders. Mint has a powerful calming effect on inflamed skin, sunburn and allergic itching.