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Eucalyptus tree branch leaves - Eucalyptus globulus essential oil
Peppermint herb plant leaves - Mentha x piperita essential oil
Rosemary herb plant leaves flower - Rosmarinus officinalis ct camphor essential oil
Lemongrass herb plant leaves - Cymbopogon citratus essential oil

Rosemary

Lemongrass

Peppermint

Eucalyptus

Eucalyptus globulus

Cymbopogon citratus

Mentha x piperita

Rosmarinus officinalis ct camphor

Refreshing, zingy, and uplifting, Eucalyptus brings positive vitality and clarity to both mind and body. Additionally, it is said to contain analgesic (pain-relieving) and anti-inflammatory effects. Eucalyptus' fresh, sinus-clearing scent is also frequently used to ward off cold and flu viruses, as it may be effective in clearing the air to support healthy breathing.

Purifying and cooling, Peppermint has been used for centuries aromatically and topically to soothe pain and stimulate energy. In addition to possessing antibacterial, analgesic, and anti-inflammatory properties, this invigorating oil is said to help increase alertness, focus, and even memory. Peppermint may be a wonderful oil to use when looking to relieve a headache or enliven your energy.

The familiar herbaceous and woody aroma of Rosemary is believed to reduce nervous tension and fatigue while increasing mental clarity and openness. Rosemary essential oil is rich in the naturally occurring chemical camphor, which can be powerful for helping soothe sore muscles and joints. Also high in antioxidants, Rosemary supports the protection of skin.

The fresh, invigorating, and uplifting aroma of Lemongrass offers radiant and purifying energy to the mind and body. Its stimulating properties are equally balanced with grounding qualities that help to promote awareness and focus. It is believed to be a purifying oil, working to support the skin as well as the immune system.

Grapefruit citrus fruit - Citrus paradisi essential oil
Cedarwood plant tree branch leaves berries - Juniperus viginiana essential oil
Cypress plant tree branch leaves evergreen cones - Cupressus semprvirens essentil oil

Grapefruit

Cedarwood

Cypress

Citrus paradisi

Juniperus virginiana

Cupressus sempervirens

The rind of this succulent citrus fruit produces a fresh and clean aroma that is lovely for inviting joy and happiness to the mind while helping ease symptoms of situational depression and anxiety. Additionally, Grapefruit is said to have a gentle stimulating effect on the sympathetic nervous system, bringing balanced energy to the body.

The warm, soft, and woody aroma of cedarwood is deeply grounding and calming. This earthy oil can help bring a restless mind back to balance and may ease the symptoms of situational anxiety. Additionally, Cedarwood has strong antiseptic properties, and may help to reduce unwanted bacteria topically, or in the lungs when inhaled.

Smoky, fresh, and slightly woody in scent, Cypress essential oil encourages healthy circulation in the body and helps to calm the restless mind and nurture a peaceful state. Aromatherapists believe it promotes circulation, easing muscle spasms and managing pain caused by stagnant energy flow. Highly purifying in nature, Cypress is a lovely choice for revitalizing the skin.

Frankincense gum resin tree plant - Boswellia carterii essential oil
Lavende plant flower leaves honey bee - Lavendula angustifolia essential oil
Tulsi Holy Basil purple leaves herb plant - Ocimum sanctum ct eugenol essential oil
Vetiver plant leaves grass roots - Vetiveria zizanoides essential oil

Lavender

Tulsi

(Holy Basil)

Frankincense

Vetiver

Boswellia carterii

Lavandula angustifolia

Vetiveria zizanoides

The rich, deep, warm aroma of Frankincense is truly one of nature’s masterpieces. It offers an array of benefits with tranquility at its essence. It is known to focus energy by easing hyperactivity, restlessness, and irritability. Many use this oil to soothe headaches and muscle tension, and to reduce pain and inflammation. Additionally, it can be incredibly nourishing for the skin, and may help promote healing for scars and minor topical injuries. Energetically, Frankincense is considered a sacred oil; it works to strengthen one’s spiritual connection.*

Sweet, floral, and sublime, Lavender is one of the most universally loved essential oils due to its ability to promote health, love, peace, and a general sense of well-being. In addition to bringing deep balance to the mind, body, and spirit, this soothing oil is supportive for pain and inflammation management. Lavender’s regenerative properties are also powerful for encouraging healthy and radiant skin.

Ocimum sanctum ct eugenol

This lovely herb has been used in Ayurvedic medicine for thousands of years due to its powerful healing properties. The complex aroma is simultaneously sweet and spicy, fresh and warm. Tulsi is thought to have a wide array of uses, from easing pain and inflammation to reducing bacterial, fungal, and viral activity. There is no wonder that Tulsi is known as “The Elixir of Life” in its homeland of India.

The deep, warm scent of the grassy vetiver plant is thought to bring grounded emotional balance, and to support the connection between mind, body, and spirit. This earthy oil can be wonderful for relieving stress and helping provide comfort during emotional trauma. Vetiver’s cooling and nourishing properties also encourage healthy, happy skin.

*As it is a very popular oil, Frankincense trees have fallen victim to over-harvesting. We are grateful that our supplier is committed to sustainable and ethical working practices to ensure a thriving future for this vital tree.

Ylang Ylang plant leaves flower - Cananga odorata var. Genuina essential oil
Grapefruit citrus fruit - Citrus paradisi essential oil
Wild Marjoram plant leaves flowers butterfly - Thymus mastichina essential oil
Bergamot plant tree citrus fruit leaves - Citrus bergamia essential oil

Wild Marjoram

Ylang Ylang 

Grapefruit

Bergamot

Thymus mastichina

Cananga odorata var. Genuina

Citrus paradisi

Citrus bergamia

Ylang Ylang’s sweet, sensual, floral aroma brings a deep sense of balance to the system, helping promote feelings of peace and calm. This oil’s cooling properties may help reduce pain and inflammation and support healthy skin. Ylang Ylang is also considered an aphrodisiac, enhancing one’s passion and arousal.

The rind of this succulent citrus fruit produces a fresh and clean aroma that is lovely for inviting joy and happiness to the mind while helping ease symptoms of situational depression and anxiety. Additionally, Grapefruit is said to have a gentle stimulating effect on the sympathetic nervous system, bringing balanced energy to the body.

The spicy, bright, and slightly sweet aroma of Wild Marjoram (also called Spanish Marjoram) simultaneously relaxes as it uplifts. High in the naturally occurring chemical camphor, this oil has been shown to have strong analgesic properties, making it helpful for soothing sore muscles and joints. Not to be confused with oregano, which is also often called Wild Marjoram, this essential oil actually comes from the thyme family.

The sweet and lively scent from the rind of this green citrus fruit refreshes and restores the spirit while helping ease the symptoms of situational anxiety, depression, stress, and tension. Bergamot’s analgesic and anti-inflammatory properties may also help reduce muscle spasms, pain, and inflammation. Fun fact: Bergamot is responsible for the citrusy smell of Earl Grey tea!

Chamomile Roman plant flowers leaves - Chamaemelum nobile essential oil
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Clary Sage plant flowers leaves - Salvia sclarea essential oil
Lavende plant flower leaves honey bee - Lavendula angustifolia essential oil

Clary Sage

Lavender

Roman Chamomile

Kanuka

Salvia sclarea

Lavandula angustifolia

Chamaemelum nobile

Kunzea ericoides

Warm, sweet, and fresh, the scent of Roman Chamomile deeply calms the mind, body, and spirit. Its delightful aroma may help ease symptoms of depression, anxiety, and restlessness; not surprisingly, Roman Chamomile is considered especially helpful for those who struggle with insomnia. This lovely oil may also help ease muscle spasms and cramps, especially those relating to a woman’s monthly cycle.

Sweet, fresh, and a little spicy this essential oil is revered for its plethora of positive effects. In New Zealand, Kanuka has been used traditionally to soothe irritated skin, muscles, and joints. Kanuka has the potential to help relieve chronic pain related to arthritis and fibromyalgia due to its ability to quickly and deeply penetrate the skin into muscle. Its pleasant aroma is very calming, potentially helping one receive a restful sleep. As an added bonus, we think this oil’s scent has a hint of freshly baked banana bread. Yum!§

With its delightfully unique aroma, the sweet, earthy, floral Clary Sage plant encourages energetic ease. By relaxing the central nervous system, it helps to bring tranquil balance to mind and body. Clary Sage is often recommended for use during menstruation, as it may be useful for easing associated discomfort and balancing hormones. By opening up energetic blockages, it also helps invite clarity and creativity during moments of confusion.

Sweet, floral, and sublime, Lavender is one of the most universally loved essential oils due to its ability to promote health, love, peace, and a general sense of well-being. In addition to bringing deep balance to the mind, body, and spirit, this soothing oil is supportive for pain and inflammation management. Lavender’s regenerative properties are also powerful for encouraging healthy and radiant skin.

§ We are proud to say that our supplier works directly with the local landowners and communities that hand-harvest this tree to ensure ethical and sustainable practices are used to create naturally regenerating Kanuka forestlands.

Due to its ability to affect hormones, it is recommended to avoid Clary Sage during pregnancy.

Frankincense gum resin tree plant - Boswellia carterii essential oil
Cedarwood plant tree branch leaves berries - Juniperus viginiana essential oil
Vetiver plant leaves grass roots - Vetiveria zizanoides essential oil
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Vetiver

Coriander

Cedarwood

Frankincense

Juniperus virginiana

Vetiveria zizanoides

Coriandrum sativum

Boswellia carterii

The warm, soft, and woody aroma of Cedarwood is deeply grounding and calming. This earthy oil is great for bringing a restless mind back to balance and helping ease the symptoms of situational anxiety. Additionally, Cedarwood has strong antiseptic properties, and may help to reduce unwanted bacteria topically, or in the lungs when inhaled.

The deep, warm scent of the grassy vetiver plant is thought to bring grounded emotional balance, and to support the connection between mind, body, and spirit. This earthy oil can be wonderful for relieving stress and helping provide comfort during emotional trauma. Vetiver’s cooling and nourishing properties also encourage healthy, happy skin.

Spicy, woody, and slightly fruity, the steam distilled seeds that eventually grow into this well-known herb create an oil that is both balancing and warming. Coriander is said to help calm an overstressed system, bringing mental clarity by moving energetic blockages that cause nervous tension and anxiety. Also considered a general immune system stimulant, Coriander may be great for helping the body eliminate unwanted microbes.

The rich, deep, warm aroma of Frankincense is truly one of nature’s masterpieces. It offers an array of benefits with tranquility at its essence. It is known to focus energy by easing hyperactivity, restlessness, and irritability. Many use this oil to soothe headaches and muscle tension, and to reduce pain and inflammation. Additionally, it can be incredibly nourishing for the skin, and may help promote healing for scars and minor topical injuries. Energetically, Frankincense is considered a sacred oil; it works to strengthen one’s spiritual connection.*

Geranium plant flower leaves - Pelargonium graveolens var roseum essential oil
Lavende plant flower leaves honey bee - Lavendula angustifolia essential oil
Rock Rose plant flower leaves - Cistus ladanifer essential oil
Ylang Ylang plant leaves flower - Cananga odorata var. Genuina essential oil

Rock Rose

Ylang Ylang

Geranium

Lavender

Cistus ladanifer

Cananga odorata var. Genuina

Pelargonium graveolens var roseum

Lavandula angustifolia

Sweet, fresh, and rosy, Geranium flower essential oil is both uplifting and balancing. In addition to supporting those dealing with anxiety and depression, Geranium is thought to help improve circulation, which can help soothe pain and inflammation. It is also a lovely oil for nourishing the skin. Energetically, Geranium is wonderful for fostering peace, well-being, and joy.

Sweet, floral, and sublime, Lavender is one of the most universally loved essential oils due to its ability to promote health, love, peace, and a general sense of well-being. In addition to bringing deep balance to the mind, body, and spirit, this soothing oil is supportive for pain and inflammation management. Lavender’s regenerative properties are also powerful for encouraging healthy and radiant skin.

Warm, earthy, sweet, and fresh, Rock Rose is valued for its ability to help manage pain and inflammation. This radiant oil is considered to be nourishing for the skin, and may help reduce the appearance of scars. Historically, Rock Rose was used to treat wounds and prevent infections due to its natural antiseptic and antimicrobial properties. Energetically, this soothing oil can help support the heart during times of difficulty and trauma.

Ylang Ylang’s sweet, sensual, floral aroma brings a deep sense of balance to the system, helping promote feelings of peace and calm. This oil’s cooling properties may help reduce pain and inflammation and support healthy skin. Ylang Ylang is also considered an aphrodisiac, enhancing one’s passion and arousal.

Sweet Marjoram plant flowers leaves - Origanum majorana essential oil
Black Pepper plant peppercorn spice - Piper nigrum essential oil
Cypress plant tree branch leaves evergreen cones - Cupressus semprvirens essentil oil
Sweet Orange citrus fruit - Citrus sinensis essential oil

Cypress

Black Pepper

Sweet Marjoram

Sweet Orange

Cupressus sempervirens

Piper nigrum

Origanum majorana

Citrus sinensis

With a warm, spicy, woody aroma, Sweet Marjoram is thought to provide comforting relief for pain and inflammation. This lovely herb may help soothe tight muscles that contribute to tension headaches, as well as stiff joints suffering from arthritis. Additionally, Sweet Marjoram is known to calm the mind in times of restless thinking.

The spicy, warm, and robust aroma of Black Pepper stimulates energy movement in the mind and body. This invigorating oil can encourage healthy circulation, which may help ease pain and inflammation, especially from sore muscles and stiff joints. Aromatherapists often use Black Pepper to support the digestive system and relieve cramps or constipation.

The smoky, fresh, and slightly woody aroma of the evergreen Cypress tree encourages healthy circulation in the body and brings ease to the restless mind, helping nurture a peaceful state. Its ability to promote circulation may help ease muscle spasms and manage pain caused by stagnant energy flow. Highly purifying in nature, Cypress is a wonderful choice for revitalizing the skin.

The perfectly ripened rinds of this delightful citrus fruit produce a bright, fresh, and deliciously sweet aroma that energetically uplifts and relaxes. Sweet Orange may help one invite joy during moments of situational anxiety or depression. It is also regarded as a strong digestive support, offering relief for those suffering from nausea, constipation, or generally slow digestion.

Spike Lavender plant flowers leaves - Lavandula latifolia essential oil
Frankincense gum resin tree plant - Boswellia carterii essential oil
Sugandha Kokila plant leaves - Cinnamomum glaucesens essential oil
Plai root plant leaves - Zingiber cassumunar essential oil

Spike Lavender

Plai

Sugandha Kokila

Frankincense

Lavandula latifolia

Zingiber cassumunar

Cinnamomum glaucescens

Boswellia carterii

The sweet, floral, and robust scent of Spike Lavender gently stimulates as it soothes. Though similar in aroma to true Lavender, Spike Lavender contains the naturally occurring chemical camphor, which provides analgesic and anti-inflammatory properties. In addition to alleviating sore muscles and joints, Spike Lavender is often used to support healthy lung function.

The rich, deep, warm aroma of Frankincense is truly one of nature’s masterpieces. It offers an array of benefits with tranquility at its essence. It is known to focus energy by easing hyperactivity, restlessness, and irritability. Many use this oil to soothe headaches and muscle tension, and to reduce pain and inflammation. Additionally, it can be incredibly nourishing for the skin, and may help promote healing for scars and minor topical injuries. Energetically, Frankincense is considered a sacred oil; it works to strengthen one’s spiritual connection.*

Extracted from the fruit of an evergreen tree in Nepal, Sugandha Kokila has a rich, warm, spicy, and slightly sweet aroma. This exotic oil is believed to help soothe pain, alleviating muscle tension and inflamed areas. It can also encourage healthy circulation in the body.

 

Some believe Sugandha Kokila induces menstruation, which means it is best to avoid if pregnant. Sugandha Kokila may also be contraindicated for those with asthma.

Exotic, fresh, and spicy, Plai offers strong support for pain. Plai comes from the ginger family, but unlike ginger, it is cooling rather than warming. This cooling effect can provide needed relief for hot, inflamed areas. Plai can be especially helpful for those who struggle with chronic pain such as arthritis, tendonitis, or muscle spasms.

Thyme linalool herb plant flowers leaves honey bee - Thymus vulgaris ct. linalool essential oil
Juniper Berry tree branch leaves evergreen berries - Juniperus communis essential oil
Eucalyptus tree branch leaves - Eucalyptus globulus essential oil
Peppermint herb plant leaves - Mentha x piperita essential oil

Thyme Linalool

Juniper Berry

Eucalyptus

Peppermint

Thymus vulgaris ct. linalool

Juniperus communis

Eucalyptus globulus

Mentha x piperita

With its fresh, herbal aroma, Thyme Linalool calms and purifies the mind, body, and spirit. Aromatherapists believe it has antibacterial, antifungal, and antiviral properties that help support the immune system, and analgesic and anti-inflammatory properties to soothe pain and reduce tension.

Piney, woody, and fresh, the essential oil of the Juniper Berry is a popular choice to help improve circulation in the body. Juniper Berry is believed to contain antispasmodic and antirheumatic properties that help to relieve muscle spasms and reduce arthritic pain. Juniper Berry also encourages healthy immune function, and may be useful in clearing the lymph and respiratory systems.

Refreshing, zingy, and uplifting, Eucalyptus brings positive vitality and clarity to both mind and body. Additionally, it is said to contain analgesic (pain-relieving) and anti-inflammatory effects. Eucalyptus' fresh, sinus-clearing scent is also frequently used to ward off cold and flu viruses, as it may be effective in clearing the air to support healthy breathing.

Purifying and cooling, Peppermint has been used for centuries aromatically and topically to soothe pain and stimulate energy. In addition to possessing antibacterial, analgesic, and anti-inflammatory properties, this invigorating oil is said to help increase alertness, focus, and even memory. Peppermint may be a wonderful oil to use when looking to relieve a headache or enliven your energy.

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Ginger

Zingiber officinale

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Opopanax

Citrus bergamia

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Lemon

Citrus limon

Bergamot plant tree citrus fruit leaves - Citrus bergamia essential oil

Bergamot

Citrus bergamia

Warm and spicy, Ginger is renowned for its ability to support healthy digestion, and calm spasms due to cramps or other muscular tension. Ginger may bolster a compromised immune system, and help support a healthy respiratory system. Additionally, ginger is both grounding and stabilizing, making it a great choice during moments of stress.

Warm and woody, Opoponax is deeply grounding and is known to help balance a system in distress. Opoponax can be wonderfully supportive for healthy digestion, and is especially helpful during a bout of dirarrhea. Opoponax is also very nourishing and restorative for the skin.

Fresh, sweet, and citrusy, lemon is known for its ability to purify both mind and body. In addition to boosting the immune system due to its antibacterial properties, lemon oil is a strong antioxidant, encouraging healthy digestion, easing inflammation, and promoting skin health. Lemon’s uplifting scent invites joy and positivity to any moment.

The sweet and lively scent from the rind of this green citrus fruit refreshes and restores the spirit while helping ease the symptoms of situational anxiety, depression, stress, and tension. Bergamot’s analgesic and anti-inflammatory properties may also help reduce muscle spasms, pain, and inflammation. Fun fact: Bergamot is responsible for the citrusy smell of Earl Grey tea!

Clary Sage plant flowers leaves - Salvia sclarea essential oil
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Clary Sage

Salvia sclarea

Palmarosa

Cymbopogon martinii var. motia

Laurel Leaf

Laurus nobilis

With its delightfully unique aroma, the sweet, earthy, floral Clary Sage plant encourages energetic ease. By relaxing the central nervous system, it helps to bring tranquil balance to mind and body. Clary Sage is often recommended for use during menstruation, as it may be useful for easing associated discomfort and balancing hormones. By opening up energetic blockages, it also helps invite clarity and creativity during moments of confusion.

Fresh, sweet, and cooling, is known to soothe sore muscles and joints. Due to its cooling nature, Palmarosa can be great for hot conditions and inflammation. Additionally, Palmarosa can be a powerful support for a variety of skin conditions.

This fresh, sweet, and slightly spicy herb, commonly used in cooking, is known for its ability to stimulate circulation and aid with lymph movement. Additionally, laurel leaf may ease minor pain and inflammation and calm muscle spasms. Laurel Leaf’s refreshing aroma may help provide mental clarity and focus.

Due to its ability to affect hormones, it is recommended to avoid Clary Sage during pregnancy.