The word Olitäten derives from the latin oleum (oil) and refers to the essential oils used in herbal remedies.

To create Wandil peat oils, the converted Peat fibre is incorporated into the high-quality oil and exposed to the morning and evening forces over seven days. The live forces are transferred into the oil through a rhythm of stirring and exposure to light. Any other substances added, such as plants, minerals and metals give further qualities to the oil.

Rosemary grown in the Mediterranean shows a special relation to warmth. With its forceful, almostsquat shape, its contracted leaves and the purple flowers that sit tightly in the leaf axil, it gives an essential oil with a fiery aroma.

The also warming lavender has a different characteristic: The inflorescences escape from the bushy, somewhat softer foliage like a vigorous exhalation to form pale blue flowers much further up. This liberating quality can also be felt in the calming scent of lavender.


The angelica archangelika, also known as garden angelica, shows other signature traits. It loves the damp and grows in the Alps and in the north. Its force encompassing all four elements – earth, water, air and warmth – corresponds to the fact that it is permeated from the seed down to the strongly aromatic root with a fine ethereal scent.

In that same way all plants, and in fact all natural substances, reveal their relation to the forces of the elements and their balancing effect on various life processes.

Wandil peat oils can be used for massages and oil dispersion baths. Wandil peat oil skin care ointments are made from Wandil peat oils and a premium quality ointment base.