Essential Oils

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  • Allspice Essential Oil is also known as Pimento Berry Essential Oil or its botanical name Pimenta dioica. The warm, spicy aroma of Allspice oil is similar to that of clove and cinnamon essential oils. The high content of Eugenol is partly responsible for this similarity.

    Allspice Oil is a wonderful oil to use in the diffuser during the fall and winter. If used at full-strength, it can be a potent mucous membrane irritant, so it is best blended at a low ratio with other essential oils before diffusing. Allspice Essential Oil's high Eugenol (a phenol) content suggests that Allspice may act as an anti-viral oil.

    Allspice Essential Oil, in small dilutions, is said to act as an aphrodisiac. Its rich, warm aroma also complements masculine blends.

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  • Anise Star Essential Oil has an aroma similar to black licorice. Star Anise Oil can be useful in diffuser and inhaler blends intended to help ease bronchitis, colds and the flu.

    Star Anise Essential Oil may also be helpful in aromatherapy blends that are intended to help digestion and muscular aches or pains. Anise Star essential oil is believed to be helpful during a woman’s normal transition to menopause. 

    This oil is also helpful in relieving the feeling of having over-indulged at the dinner table. Anise Star can help smooth out the discomfort and fullness of a “bloated/tight tummy.”

    Anise Star Oil (Illicium verum) is sometimes confused with Anise Oil (Pimpinella anisum) because both have similar names, both possess a similar aroma and both have similar, but not completely identical properties.

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  • Basil Essential Oil, also called Sweet Basil Essential Oil, is derived from the leaves of the Ocimum basilicum plant, better known as the Basil herb. Basil essential oil provides restorative benefits to both the mind and body due to its high linalool content, making it an ideal application for sore muscles and joints and to reduce tension when applied to the temples and back of the neck.

    Basil Essential Oil emits a warm, sweet, freshly floral and crisply herbaceous scent that is further characterized as airy, vibrant, uplifting, and reminiscent of the scent of licorice.

    When used on the skin, Sweet Basil Essential Oil is reputed to nourish, repair, balance, calm, smooth, exfoliate, and brighten the complexion. When used in hair, Sweet Basil Essential Oil cleanses, refreshes, hydrates, softens, and strengthens the strands.

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  • Pure Bergamot essential oil is unique among citrus oils due to its ability to be both uplifting and calming, making it ideal to help with anxious and sad feelings. It is also purifying and cleansing for the skin, helping with oily skin conditions and promoting a smooth, clear complexion while having a calming effect. 

    Bergamot essential oil (Citrus bergamia) comes from the fruit of the Bergamot tree which belongs to the Rutaceae family, which is better identified by the name Citrus. This tree’s fruit is a cross between the lemon and the orange, giving the small, round fruit a slight pear-shaped, and a yellow coloring.  

    Bergamot oil is also used as a food flavoring agent & adding Bergamot Oil to regular black tea resulted in the creation of the popular Earl Grey Tea.

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  • Black pepper essential oil is derived from the flowering vine in the family Piperaceae and its fruit peppercorn. It’s valued not only as a flavoring agent in our meals, but also for a variety of other purposes, such as medicinal uses, as a preservative and in perfumery. In recent decades, scientific research has explored the many possible benefits of black pepper essential oil such as relief from aches and pains, lowering cholesterol, detoxifying the body, enhancing circulation, among many more.

    Black pepper’s major active principle, piperine, has been shown to have many beneficial health attributes including possible anticancer properties, which is why researchers have looked at it for inclusion in diet therapy for cancer treatment as well as cancer prevention. While somewhat strong when diffused by itself, Black Pepper Essential Oil can add warmth and spice up your favorite DIY diffuser blends.  

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  • Botanical Name: Picea mariana

    Country of Origin: Canada

    Application: Aromatically & Topically

    Plant Part: Branch/Leaf

    Extraction Method: Steam distillation

    Aromatic Description: Balsamic, green, fruity, woody 

    Main Chemical Components: Bornyl acetate, a-pinene, camphene, δ-3-carene 

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  • Botanical Name: Citrus sinensis

    Country of Origin: Italy

    Application: Aromatically & Topically

    Plant Part: Orange rinds (peel)

    Extraction Method: Cold pressed/expressed

    Aromatic Description: Intense juicy-fresh, zesty, citrus scent 

    Main Chemical Components: Limonene

    Blends Well With: Bergamot, Clary Sage, Clove Bud, Coriander, Geranium Egyptian, Juniper Berry, Mandarin, Marjoram, Neroli, Petitgrain, & Turmeric essential oils.

    Safe for Kids: Yes

    Cautions: None Known

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  • Botanical Name: Tanacetum annuum

    Country of Origin: Morocco

    Application: Aromatically & Topically

    Plant Part: Leaves and Flowers

    Extraction Method: Steam distillation

    Aromatic Description: Fruity, mellow, balsamic

    Main Chemical Components: Sabinene: 19.75%, Chamazulene: 4.35%

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  • Botanical Name: Cinnamomum camphora

    Country of Origin: China

    Application: Aromatically & Topically

    Plant Part: Wood

    Extraction Method: Steam distillation

    Aromatic Description: top note with a strong, penetrating, fragrant odor.

    Main Chemical Components: LIMONENE , 1,8-CINEOLE, p-CYMENE , α-PINENE, γ-TERPINENE

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  • Botanical Name: Elattaria cardamomum

    Country of Origin: Guatemala

    Application: Aromatically & Topically

    Plant Part: Seed

    Extraction Method: Steam distillation

    Aromatic Description: Spicy, fruity, warm, balsamic

    Main Chemical Components: Terpinyl acetate, 1,8-cineole, linalool

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  • Botanical Name: Cinnamomum cassia

    Country of Origin: China

    Application: Aromatically & Topically | Dilute

    Plant Part: Bark

    Extraction Method: Steam distillation

    Aromatic Description: Warm, spicy, cinnamon

    Main Chemical Components: Cinnamaldehyde

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  • Botanical Name: Juniperus virginiana

    Country of Origin: United States

    Application:Aromatically & Topically | Sensitive

    Plant Part: Wood

    Extraction Method: Steam distillation

    Aromatic Description: Herbaceous, camphoraceous

    Main Chemical Components: Alpha cedrene, cedrol

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