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Rae Dunphy Aromatics True Essence Essential Oils

About Rae Dunphy Aromatics
 Since 1988 we have travelled the world for small boutique farmers who provide the ultimate in organic, wild-crafted and unusual essential oils. We purchase as carefully and directly as possible, doing our best to know the real story behind each oil. Having visited the farms - even participated in the harvest and the distillation process - we have developed long-standing relationships with many of our suppliers. It’s important to us that we make a connection to the land, to the farm and to the plants. We have a lot of respect for the farmers that take the time to produce essential oils of therapeutic grade, making price not as important to us as quality, growing method and our relationship to the producers. You can feel confident that products purchased from Rae Dunphy Aromatics are pure, safe and of the highest therapeutic value. 

What makes Rae Dunphy Aromatics products so special?
 I believe the answer to this is found by understanding our founder, Rae, and her deep passion for Aromatherapy. Here is a wonderful quote from her that really showcases the values upon which she built Rae Dunphy Aromatics and her want to make these beautiful oils available to the world: “There is a big difference in the quality of essential oils and True Essence essential oils are what I consider to be the quintessential quality. We buy directly from farmers wherever we can, I do visit the farms and I have some very long-standing relationships with many of my suppliers and that’s very important to me. It’s important to me to make a connection to the land, to the farm, to the plants. Many people look at essential oils and they can’t make that connection to the actual plant material that goes in the bottle, but these are agricultural products and I have a lot of respect for the farmers that take the time to produce essential oils that are what we consider to be therapeutic quality. So when you find farmers that are wiling to distil these oils for a particular phenotype or species, then you start to get into a little higher priced oils. That’s where you find more of the certified organics, that’s where you find the boutique nature of some of the essential oils. These are the cream of the crop as you will. These are gifts from nature and for me to be able to offer what you generally can’t find anywhere else to people to help their families be healthy, to uplift your spirits, to sooth you, to calm stress…What an incredible thing to be able to do for your life work! This is magic in a bottle, to me this is the quintessential aspect of herbal medicine.” -Rae Dunphy 

To answer your question about our oils being certified organic:
 Though many of our oils are certified organic, not every one is since we deal with many small and boutique producers who do not have the ability to get certified (it is very costly!). If they are not certified organic, the particular oil may not be available organic or there are various other reasons for our choice, for example: they are wildcrafted, are practicing sustainable farming, are practicing organic farming but are just not certified, they are extremely knowledgeable and produce a specific phenotype or species that has the most therapeutic value, they are very specific in how they farm and harvest in order to achieve the best quality, etc. One lovely example is the producer where we get our Rose oil in Turkey (I have included pictures of Rae at the farm participating in the harvest and distilling process). They pick the same rose bushes over many weeks, only choosing the roses in full bloom to distil that day. This ensures that every rose picked is at its prime to produce the highest therapeutic value. It takes 5,000 pounds of rose blossoms to make just one pound of rose oil; much love goes into the entire process!

True Essence Aromatics / Rae Dunphy Aromatics

Rae in fields of lavender

Owner Rae in fields of lavender.

fun with farmers while distilling

Rae having fun with rose farmers.

Rae Dunphy distilling

Rae distilling with the farmers.

Rae has formed close relationships with her suppliers, the farmers

Rae out in the fields with her suppliers.


mood essential oil collection

Mood essential oils


Mrs. Dunphy's Wash Day

Mrs Murphys Home Cleaning Essential Oil Kit

15 ml each:

Cedarwood

Eucalyptus

Lavender

Lemon

Orange

Tea Tree

  ~*$44.99*~

balsam fir essential oil

Balsam Fir

Latin Name: Abies balsamea

Country: Canada

Method of Extraction: steam distilled

Status: organic

Balsam Fir has a fresh, sweet, sap-like scent. Also, it's Canadian! 

It is known to be anti-septic, relieves coughs, astringent, cicatrizant (promotes healing by forming scar tissue), diuretic (aids production of urine), expectorant, purgative(stimulate evacuation of bowels), regulatory (help balance and regulate functions of body), sedative, tonic and vulnerary(an agent that helps heal wounds and sores by external application).

Kristine tends to like this oil for respiratory issues such as chronic coughs, bronchitis, asthma but can also be effective for treating a variety of ailments like as muscular aches & pains, sinusitis, rheumatism, burns, cuts, hemorrhoids, wounds, arthritis,colds & flu, catarrh, sore throat, cystitis, genito-urinary infections, depression, nervous tension, and some stress-related conditions.

$11.99- 12ml


basil essential oil natural origins inc

Basil

Latin Name: Ocimum Basilicum

Country of Origin: Nepal/Spain

Method of Extraction: Steam Distilled

Cultivation: Organic 

Basil has been widely used in Far Eastern medicine for a variety of ailments, among them: malaria, respiratory problems, digestive complaints and as an antidote for poisonous insect or snake bites.

It has been known to be antidepressant, antiseptic, antispasmodic, carminative (settles the digestive system, relieves flatulene), cephalic (remedy for disorders of the head), digestive, emmenagogue (induces or assists menstruation), expectorant, febrifuge (combats fever), galactagogue (increases secretion of milk), nervine, prophlyactic, restorative, stimulant of adrenal cortex, stomachic and tonic.

Common uses include: insect bites (mosquito, wasp), insect repellent, general dryness, eczema, persistent acne, greyish complexions, gout, muscular aches & pains, rheumatism, arthritis, deep muscle spasms, asthma, bronchitis, coughs, earache, sinusitis, dyspepsia (difficulty with digestion associated with pain, flatulence, heartburn & nausea), flatulence, nausea, cramps, scanty periods, colds, fever, flu, infectious disease, anxiety, depression, fatigue, insomnia, migraine, nervous tension and it's also been said to assist one in restoring their sense of smell.

*Do not use during pregnancy. Avoid use on sensitive skin where possible. Excessive dosages may induce a stupefying effect, lower concentrations are recommended.

$31.99- 12ml

bay essential oil natural origins inc

Bay

Latin Name: Pimenta Racemosa

Country of Origin: West Indies

Method of Extraction: Steam Distilled

Cultivation: Wild

Bay has been used as the basic ingredient for hair tonics, useful for greasy and lifeless hair.

It has been known to be analgesic, anticonvulsant, antineuralgic, expectorant, antirheumatic, antiseptic, astringent, stimulant and tonic (for hair).

Common uses include: scalp stimulant, hair rinse for dandruff, greasy, lifeless hair, promoting hair growth, muscular and articular aches and pains, neuralgia, poor circulation, rheumatisim, sprains, strains, colds, flu, and infectious diseases.

*Moderately toxic due to high eugenol content. Bay is a mucous membrane irritant so use in moderation

$33.99- 12ml

benzoin essential oil natural origins inc

Benzoin

Latin Name: Styrax Benzoin

Country of Origin: Indonesia

Method of Extraction: Solvent Extracted

Cultivation: Wild

Used for thousands of years in the East for medicine and incense. 

Benzoin is known to be anti-inflammatory, anti-oxidant, antiseptic, astringent, carminative (settles the digestive system, relieves flatulence), cordial (a stimulant and tonic), deodorant, diuretic, expectorant, sedative, styptic (an astringent agent that stops or reduces external bleeding) and vulnerary.

Common uses include: cuts, chapped skin, inflamed and irritated conditions, arthritis, gout, poor circulation, bruises, wounds, scars, rheumatism, asthma, bronchitis, chills, colic, cold, coughs, laryngitis, fever, flu, respiratory infections, loss of voice, nervous tension and stress-related complaints. 

*It should be noted that due to its overly thick and sticky consistency, diffusion with ultrasonic diffusers (or other diffusers that are sensitive to thick oils) is not recommended. 

*Though it is generally non-toxic and non-irritating in low doses, Benzoin is a known powerful sensitizer and should be used topically with caution, in incredibly low dosages (0.5% or less). It persists on the skin long after application, leading to greater exposure, and is especially hazardous if used in (or immediately) after baths/showers, or in heat application methods, as this allows for even greater absorption. Use on damaged/broken, or sensitive skin is not recommended unless under guidance of an aromatherapist.

$20.99- 12ml

bergamot essential oil natural origins inc

Bergamot

Latin Name: Citrus Bergamia

Country of Origin: Italy

Method of Extraction: Cold Pressed

Cultivation: Organic

Bergamot is named after the Italian city in which this oil was first sold, and has since been used in the medical field for many years.

Bergamot has been known to be analgesic, antidepressant, antiseptic, antispasmodic, antitoxic, carminative(settles digestion and relieves flatulence), digestive, diuretic, deodorant, febrifuge (combats fever), laxative, parasiticide(can prevent and destroy parasites such as fleas, lice etc.), rubefacient(a substance that causes redness of the skin or warming), stimulant, stomachic(digestive aid), tonic and vulnerary (an agent that helps heal wounds and sores by external application).

Common uses include: anxiety, fever, acne, boils, cold sores, eczema, insect repellent and insect bites, psoriasis, scabies, spots, vericose ulcers, wounds, halitosis, mouth infections, sore throat, tonsillitis, flatulence, loss of appetite, cystitis, leucorrhea, pruritis(itching), thrush, colds, flu, infectious diseases, depression and stress related conditions.

Kristine's favourite use of this oil is for anxiety and depression.

*Since Bergamot is phototoxic, be sure to avoid the sun for 12 to 24 hours after application

$13.99-5ml

birch essential oil natural origins inc

Birch

Latin Name: Betula Lenta

Country of Origin: Canada/USA

Method of Extraction: Steam Distilled

Cultivation: Wild

Different parts of the birch tree have been used in various ways throughout the years. The cambium (the layer under the bark) is eaten in the spring, the bark has been used as a general stimulant and when used in a tonic was treated for dysentery. The flavour of the bark has been used in teas.

Birch has been known to be analgesic, anti-inflammatory, antipyretic (reduces fever), antirheumatic, antiseptic, astringent, depurative (helps combat impurities in the blood and organs), diuretic, rubefacient (a substance that causes redness of the skin, possibly irritation) and tonic.

This particular oil is often considered when making blends to promote hair growth, relieve aching muscles, soothe arthritic pain, and calm throbbing headaches.

*Use sparingly, and highly diluted. Avoid during pregnancy and breastfeeding, and do not use on babies or young children. Avoid on damaged or sensitive skin.

$33.99-12ml

black pepper essential oil

Black Pepper

Latin Name: Piper Nigrum

Country of Origin: Sri Lanka

Method of Extraction: Steam Distilled

Cultivation: Organic

Black pepper has been widely used in the East for over 4,000 years in medical and culinary purposes. In China, it was used for 1,000 years to help treat malaria, cholera, dysentery and for the relief of digestive issues. In ancient Egypt it was used in embalming process of Ramses II & it was used in charms and amulets for protection throughout England.

Black Pepper is known to be analgesic, antimicrobial, antiseptic, antispasmodic, antitoxic, aperitif (a stimulant of the appetite), aphrodisiac, bactericidal, carminative (settles the digestive system, relieves flatulence), diaphoretic (an agent that causes sweating), digestive, diuretic, febrifuge (combats fever), laxative, rubefacient (a substance that causes redness of the skin, possibly irritation), stimulant (nervous, circulatory, digestive), stomachic and tonic.

Common uses include: chilblains, anemia, arthritis, muscular aches & pains, neuralgia, poor circulation, poor muscle tone (muscular atonia), rheumatic pain, sprains, stiffness, catarrh, chills, colic, constipation, diarrhea, flatulence, heartburn, loss of appetite, nausea, colds, flu, infections and viruses.

*May cause redness on sensitive skin. Use with caution and care in bath and massage applications. Will cause skin sensitization if oil has oxidized and too much too often may over-stimulate resulting in irritation and damage to the kidneys. 

$13.99-5ml
cajeput essential oil

Cajeput

Latin Name: Melaleuca Cajeputi

Country of Origin: Vietnam

Method of Extraction: Steam Distilled

Cultivation: Organic

Popular in both Eastern and Western medicine, Cajeput produces a sensation of warmth and a quickening of the pulse.

It is known to be mildly analgesic, antimicrobial, antineuralgic, antispasmodic, antiseptic, carminative (settles digestion and relieves flatulence), expectorant (helps promote the removal of mucus from the respiratory system), febrifuge (combats fever), insecticide, sudorific (an agent that causes sweating) and tonic.

Common uses include: insect bites, oily skin, spots, arthritis, muscular aches & pains, rheumatism, asthma, bronchitis, catarrh, coughs, sinusitis, sore throat, cystitis, urthritis, urinary infection, colds, flu, viral infections, PMS & menopause, and soothing some digestive complaints.

Kristine's favourite use is for colds, flus and viral infections diffused in the air.

*May irritate mucus membranes if used undiluted. Use caution during pregnancy.

$16.99-12ml

cardamom essential oil natural origins inc

Cardamom

Latin Name: Elettaria Cardamomum

Country of Origin: India

Method of Extraction: Steam Distilled

Cultivation: Organic

Cardamom has been used in Chinese and Indian medicine for over 3,000 years for many ailments such as pulmonary disease, fever, digestive & urinary complaints and even sciatica.

It is known to be antiseptic, antispasmodic, aphrodisiac, carminative (settles the digestive system, relieves flatulence), cephalic (remedy for disorders of the head), digestive, diuretic, sialagogue (an agent that stimulates the secretion of saliva), stimulant, stomachic and tonic.

Common uses include: anorexia, colic, cramp, dyspepsia (difficulty with digestion associated with pain, flatulence, heartburn & nausea), flatulence, griping pains, halitosis, heartburn, indigestion, vomiting, mental fatigue, menstrual strain and may assist in treating loss of function caused by stroke.

*Generally considered safe, but small doses is still recommended.

$28.99-5ml

carrot seed essential oil natural origins inc

Carrot Seed

Latin Name: Daucus Carotta

Country of Origin: France

Method of Extraction: Steam Distilled

Cultivation: Conventional

The wild carrot plant contains high amounts of VitaminA, C, B1 & B2. Carrot Seed is a great oil for using in skin care products for mature complexions, as it has revitalizing, cell regenerative and toning properties.

It is known to be antiseptic, carminative (settles digestion and relieves flatulence), depurative (helps combat impurity in the blood and organs), diuretic, emmenagogue (induces or assists menstruation), hepatic (tones and aids in function of the liver), stimulant, tonic, vasodilatory (dilates the blood vessels) and a smooth muscle relaxant.

Common uses include: dermatitis, eczema, psoriasis, rashes, scars, softening calluses, reducing the effects of rosacea, immune system booster, accumulation of toxins, arthritis, gout, edema, rheumatism, anemia, anorexia, colic, indigestion, liver congestion, amenorrhea (absence of menstruation), dysmenorrhea (painful and difficult menstruation), glandular problems and PMS.

Kristine's favourite use is for use for skin care or when making skin care products. It is in our hand-made Cell Renew cream!

*Avoid during pregnancy

$24.99-5ml

cedarwood essential oil natural origins inc

Cedarwood

Latin Name: Cedrus Atlantica

Country of Origin: Morocco

Method of Extraction: Steam Distilled

Cultivation: Organic

Ancient Egyptians would use the oil from the Lebanon cedar for embalming purposes, cosmetics and in perfumes. It was also one of the ingredients used in the poison antidote called "mithridat" which was used for centuries. It was sought after as a building wood in order to repel ants, moths, and other harmful insects.

Cedarwood is  known to be antiseptic, antiseborrheic (helps control the production of sebum or oil), aphrodisiac, astringent, diuretic, expectorant (helps promote the removal of mucus from the respiratory system), fungicidal, mucolytic (dissolving or breaking down mucus), sedative (nervous), stimulant (circulatory), and tonic.

Common uses include: congestion, dermatitis, dandruff, acne, eczema, fungal infections, greasy skin, hair loss, skin eruptions, ulcers, arthritis, rheumatism, bronchitis, catarrh, coughs, immune booster, cystitis, leucorrhea (white discharge from the vagina), pruritis (itching), nervous tension and stress-related conditions.

*Cedarwood should be avoided during pregnancy and can also irritate the skin in high dosages.

This is Kristine's favourite for many ailments especially for coughs and men's beard products.

$14.99-12ml

german chamomile essential oil

German Chamomile 20% Jojoba

Latin Name: Matricaria Recutita

Country of Origin: United Kingdom

Method of Extraction: Steam Distilled

Cultivation: Organic  

Containing many of the same qualities as Roman Chamomile, German Chamomile differs slightly in that it has greater anti-inflammatory properties due to a higher percentage of azulene.

German Chamomile is known to be analgesic, anti-allergenic, anti-inflammatory, antispasmodic, bactericidal, carminative (settles digestion and relieves flatulence), cicatrizant (promotes healing by forming scar tissue), chloagogue (stimulates the secretion and flow of bile into the small intestine), digestive, emmenagogue (induces or assists menstruation), febrifuge (combats fever), fungicidal, hepatic (tones and aids in function of the liver), nerve sedative, stimulant of leucocyte production (white blood cell production), stomachic, sudorific (promotes healing by forming scar tissue), and vulnerary (an agent that helps heal wounds and sores by external application).

Common uses include: allergies, arthritis, dermatitis, insomnia, rheumatism, acne, boils, burns, cuts, chilblains (painful inflammation of small blood vessels), earache, eczema, hair care, inflammations, insect bites, rashes, wounds, burns, sunburns, inflamed joints, muscular pain, neuralgia, sprains, dyspepsia (difficulty with digestion associated with pain, flatulence, heartburn and nausea), colic, indigestion, nausea, fever, dysmenorrhea (pain and difficult menstruation), menopausal problems, menorrhagia (excessive menstruation), headache, nervous tension, migraine and stress related complaints.

Kristine's favourite use is for ANY inflammed issue unless the client is allergic to ragweed, as chamomile is in the same family and may cause an allergic reaction. It is also good to add to shampoos and conditioners because of the natural blue colour for cutting brassiness in blonde hair.

*May irritate sensitive skin

*This oil is mixed with jojoba oil and should not be used in a diffuser

$18.99-5ml   

Type
roman chamomile essential oil

Roman Chamomile 20% Jojoba

Latin Name: Chamaemelum Nobile

Country of Origin: USA

Method of Extraction: Steam Distilled

Cultivation: Organic

Roman Chamomile has been used as a medicinal herb for over 2000 years and is still in use today. This oil is safe enough to be used for a variety of children's ailments such as teething pains and toothaches, basic digestive issues and jaundice. When using for toothaches it's recommended you use as a compress on the face. When using on children be sure to use in the proper dilution (1% or less).

Roman Chamomile is known to be analgesic, anti-anemic, antineuralgic, antiphlogistic (checks or counteracts inflammation), antiseptic, antispasmodic, bactericidal, carminative (settles digestion and relieves flatulence), cicatrizant (promotes healing by forming scar tissue), digestive, emmenagogue (induces or assists menstruation), febrifuge (combats fever), hepatic (tones and aids in function of the liver), hypnotic, nerve sedative, stomachic, sudorific (promotes healing by forming scar tissue), tonic and vulnerary (an agent that helps heal wounds and sores by external application).

Common uses include: allergies, arthritis, dermatitis, insomnia, rheumatism, acne, boils, burns, cuts, chilblains (painful inflammation of small blood vessels), earache, eczema, hair care, inflammations, insect bites, rashes, wounds, inflamed joints, muscular pain, neuralgia, sprains, dyspepsia (difficulty with digestion associated with pain, flatulence, heartburn and nausea), colic, indigestion, nausea, dysmenorrhea (pain and difficult menstruation), menopausal problems, menorrhagia (excessive menstruation), headache, nervous tension, migraine and stress related complaints.

Kristine's favourite use is for any children's inflammed issues such as digestive issues.

*This oil should be avoided during the 1st trimester of pregnancy. 

*This oil is mixed with jojoba oil and should not be used in a diffuser

$17.99-5ml

Type
cinnamon leaf essential oil

Cinnamon Leaf

Latin Name: Cinnamomum Zeylanicum

Country of Origin: Sri Lanka

Method of Extraction: Steam Distilled

Cultivation: Organic

Cinnamon leaf is known to be antidiarrheal, antidote, antimicrobial, antiseptic, antispasmodic, aphrodisiac, astringent, carminative (settles digestion and relieves flatulence), digestive, emmenagogue (induces or assists menstruation), hemostatic (arrests bleeding), parasiticide,  stimulant (circulatory, cardiac, respiratory) and stomachic.

Common uses include: colds, flus, muscle spasms, sluggish digestion, poor circulation, rheumatism, tooth and gum care, wasp stings, anorexia, colitis, diarrhea, dyspepsia (difficulty with digestion associated with pain, flatulence, heartburn & nausea), intestinal infection, spasm, frigidity, chills, infectious diseases, debility, nervous exhaustion, stress related conditions, stimulating contractions in childbirth, and aiding to get rid of lice, scabies and warts.

Kristine's favourite use is for stomach issues, blended at a low dilution with some of the other spices like cardamom.

*Cinnamon leaf should be avoided during pregnancy. If used on the skin, use a heavy dilution and should never be used on small children.

$12.99-12ml

citronella essential oil natural origins inc

Citronella

Latin Name: Cymbopogan Nardus

Country of Origin: Zimbabwe

Method of Extraction: Steam Distilled

Cultivation: Organic

Citronella is a common ingredient when making insect repellent for insects such as moths, ants, fleas, mosquitoes etc.

It is known to be antiseptic, antispasmodic, bactericidal, deodorant, diuretic, emmenagogue (induces or assists menstruation), fungicidal, insecticide, stomachic and tonic.

Common uses include: excessive perspiration, insect repellent, cold, flu, minor infections, fatigue, fever, headaches, migraine, neuralgia, rheumatic pain, digestive and menstrual problems.

Kristine's favourite use is for bug repellent.

*Avoid during pregnancy. May cause dermatitis in some individuals.

$18.99-12ml


Beautiful Bug Repellent Luminaries

Not only are these luminaries gorgeous for summer nights but in addition to being aesthetically pleasing they also double as bug repellent!

 Here's what you'll need to recreate this awesome DIY project we found from alittleclaireification.com

~Glass jars (mason jars, old jam jars etc)

*Note it is important to use glass not plastic when dealing with essential oils as they are highly concentrated and can damage plastic*

~Fresh Lemons

~Fresh Limes

~A few sprigs of fresh Rosemary

~Water

~Floating Candle

~10 drops of Essential Oils per jar

To Assemble

o Slice the lemons & limes, set aside- you can add as many as you like depending on jar size

o Place two sprigs of rosemary into each jar

o Fill each jar 3/4 full with water

o Add the essential oils of your choice – 10 drops each per jar – and swirl slightly

o Place your lemon and lemon slices into each jar

o Add more water if needed to raise the level to almost full

o Place a floating tea light candle on top

o Set outside, light and enjoy the beauty!

o Replace tea lights when needed

o Discard contents after 2-3 days or as needed

A few safety tips:

-Never leave an unattended flame, especially near children or pets.

-Do NOT ingest liquid contents or fruit from the jar. It may look and smell good but essential oils should NEVER be ingested.

-Avoid essential oils directly coming into contact with the skin, they can be highly irritating when not diluted. If this should happen, dilute immediately with a carrier oil by applying the carrier straight to skin (coconut oil, vegetable based oil, jojoba oil etc).

-Always take care when using essential oils around children and pets.



diy bug buster outdoor candle
clary sage essential oil

Clary Sage

Latin Name: Salvia Sclarea

Country of Origin: Bulgaria

Method of Extraction: Steam Distilled

Cultivation: Organic

Clary sage was widely used in the Middle Ages but has since diminished in use. It was used for various medical uses, from digestive disorders and kidney disease to treating tumors and removing dust particles from eyes.

It is known to be anticonvulsive, antidepressant, antiphlogistic (checks or counteracts inflammation), antiseptic, antispasmodic, aphrodisiac, astringent, bactericidal, carminative (settles the digestive system, relieves flatulence), cicatrizant (an agent that promotes healing by the formation of scar tissue), deodorant, digestive, emmenagogue (induces or assists menstruation), euphoric, hypotensive, nervine, regulator (of seborrhea), sedative, stomachic, tonic, uterine. 

Common uses include: acne, boils, dandruff, hair loss, inflamed conditions, oily skin and hair, ophthalmia (inflammation of the eye, a term usually applied to conjunctivitis), ulcers, wrinkles, high blood pressure, muscular aches and pains, asthma, throat infections, whooping cough, cramp, dyspepsia (difficulty with digestion), flatulence, amenorrhea (absence of menstruation), labour pain, dysmenorrhea (painful and difficult menstruation), leucorrhea (white discharge from vagina), depression, frigidity, impotence, migraine, nervous tension and stress-related disorders.

*Note that overuse of Clary Sage (and many essential oils) can result in headache or dizziness, and raise blood pressure, rather than its opposite effect in proper dosages. Do not use while drinking alcohol. Avoid during pregnancy.

$60.99-12ml
clove bud essential oil

Clove Bud

Latin Name: Eugenia Caryophyllus

Country of Origin: Madagascar

Method of Extraction: Steam Distilled

Cultivation: Organic

Clove has been used widely as a spice and flavour ingredient. It has been used for a variety of ailments from skin infections, digestive upsets & even toothaches. It has also been found that a 0.05% solution of eugenol (clove oil's primary component) was sufficient to kill the tuberculosis bacillus.

It has been known to be antibiotic, anti-emetic (an agent which reduces the incidence and severity of nausea  or vomiting), antihistaminic, antirheumatic, antineuralgic, anti-oxidant, antiseptic, antiviral, aphrodisiac, carminative (settles the digestive system, relieves flatulence), counter-irritant, expectorant, larvicidal, spasmolytic, stimulant and stomachic.

Common uses include: acne, athlete's foot, bruises, burns, cuts, insect repellent (mosquito) toothache, ulcers, wounds, arthritis, rheumatism, sprains, asthma, bronchitis, colic, dyspepsia (difficulty with digestion associated with pain, flatulence, heartburn and nausea), nausea, colds, flu, and minor infections.

*All clove oil can cause skin and mucous membrane irritation; clove bud and stem oil may cause dermatitis. Clove bud is the least toxic of the tree oils because of the lower eugenol percentage. Use in moderation only, in low dilution (less than 1 percent)

$21.99-12ml

cocoa essential oil rae dunphy

Cocoa

Latin Name: Theobroma Caçao

Country of Origin: France

Method of Extraction: Solvent Extracted

Cultivation: Non-Certified Organic

Research shows that smelling cocoa reduces levels of stress and anxiety. Cocoa may also help to reduce cravings and addictive patterns. Cocoa is a 'potentiator', enhancing the yumminess of the other essential oils with which it is blended. 

The beans from which this oil is extracted have one of the richest histories in the plant world: The word 'cacao' is ancient and likely originated with the pre-mayan Olmec people. All chocolate is made from cocoa, the seed of the fruit of the jungle tree, Theobroma cocoa which translates as food of the Gods. Native to Central American rainforests, the cacao tree was originally cultivated by these ancient earth walkers. Later harvested by the Mayans, Toltecs, and Aztecs the seeds (also known as beans) were also used as a form of currency in Aztec society.

Note that while Cocoa absolute is perfect in creams and with other essential oils, it will sometimes separate from fixed oils.

$15.99-5ml

cypress leaf essential oil

Cypress Leaf

Latin Name: Cupressus sempervirens

Country: Spain/Morocco

Method of Extraction: steam distilled

Status: organic
Ancient civilizations would use Cypress in their medicine as well as incense. It is quite useful for excessive loss of fluids such as heavy perspiration, menstrual loss, and diarrhea.
It is known to be antirheumatic, antiseptic, antispasmodic, astringent, deodorant, diuretic, hepatic (tones and aids in function of the liver), styptic (an astringent agent that stops or reduces external bleeding), sudorific (promotes healing by forming scar tissue), tonic and vasoconstrictive.
Common used include: hemorrhoids, oily & overhydrated skin, excessive perspiration, insect repellent, pyorrhea (bleeding of the gums), varicose veins, wounds, cellulitis, muscular cramp, edema, poor circulation, rheumatism, asthma, bronchitis, spasmodic coughing, dymenorrhea, lymphatic congestion, menopausal problems, menorrhagia (excessive menstruation), nervous tension, stress-related conditions, and has even has been said to help decrease benign cysts.
Kristine's favourite use is for swollen ankles, varicose veins and rheumatism.
*Do not use in any cases of mastitis, including estrogen driven cancers (breast, uterine and ovarian).
$19.99-12ml
eucalyptus radiata essential oil

Eucalyptus

Latin Name: Eucalyptus radiata

Country: Australia

Method of Extraction: steam distilled

Status: organic

This species has about 70% of the oxide 1,8 cineole, plus monoterpenes and 3-4% aldehydes. It has a pleasing lemony fragrance and has a broad spectrum of action. It is anti-viral, expectorant (helps promote the removal of mucus from the respiratory system), and anti-inflammatory. It is a good immunostimulant, making it excellent for those who are run down and subject to frequent colds. Choose this oil in cases such as: common cold and influenza hoarse, scratchy throat a runny or stuffy nose nasal congestion a slight dry cough swollen tonsils upper respiratory viral illness (chronic and acute). Eucalyptus radiata is a safe choice when treating children, especially combined with Eucalyptus smithii, or Eucalyptus globulus young leaves.

Kristine's favourite use is for sniffles and colds.

$21.99-12ml

neob eucalyptus essential oil

Eucalyptus Staigeriana

Country of Origin: Fiji

Method of Extraction: Steam Distilled

Eucalyptus is known for its soothing qualities for sore muscles, colds and flu symptoms. 

Store in a cool, dark place; keep out of direct sunlight.

Kristine uses this oil for muscular aches and pains, as well as for cold symptoms.

$17- 10ml 

frankincense essential oil

Frankincense

Latin Name: Boswellia carterii

Country: Somalia

Method of Extraction: steam distilled

Status: wild

Ancient Egyptians would use Frankincense in cosmetics, perfume and even rejuvenating face masks.

Frankincense is known to be anti-inflammatory, antiseptic, astringent, carminative (settles digestion and relieves flatulence), cicatrizant (promotes healing by forming scar tissue), cytophylactic (the process of increasing the activity of leucocytes in defence of the body against infection), digestive, diuretic, emmenagogue (induces or assists menstruation), expectorant (helps promote the removal of mucus from the respiratory system), sedative, tonic, uterine, and vulnerary (an agent that helps heal wounds and sores by external application).

Common uses include: blemishes, scars, inflammation, boost immune system, wounds, wrinkles, asthma, bronchitis, catarrh, coughs, laryngitis, cystitis, dysmenorrhea (painful and difficult menstruation), leucorrhea (white discharge from the vagina), metrorrhagia (uterine bleeding outside the menstrual cycle), rheumatism, colds, flu, some digestive issues, depression, anxiety, nervous tension and stress related conditions.

*Frankincense is not recommended for use during pregnancy

Kristine's favourite use is for skin care for its cell regenerative effects on aging skin and stress.

$19.99-5ml

geranium essential oil natural origins

Geranium

Latin Name: Pelargonium graveolens

Country: Reunion

Method of Extraction: steam distilled

Status: organic

Geranium is known to be antidepressant, anti-hemorrhagic, anti-inflammatory, antiseptic, astringent, cicatrizant (an agent that promotes healing by the formation of scar tissue), deodorant, diuretic, fungicidal, hemostatic (arrests bleeding), stimulant (adrenal cortex), stypic (an astringent agent that stops or reduces external bleeding), tonic and vulnerary.

Common uses include: acne, bruises, broken capillaries, burns, congested skin, cuts, dermatitis, eczema, hemorrhoids, lice, mature skin, mosquito repellent, oily complexion, ringworm, ulcers, wounds, cellulitis, engorgement of breasts, edema, poor circulation, sore throat, tonsillitis, adrenocortical glands and menopausal problems, PMS, nervous tension, neuralgia and stress-related conditions.

$19.99-5ml
ginger root essential oil

Ginger Root

Latin Name: Zingiber officinale

Country: Sri Lanka

Method of Extraction: steam distilled

Status: organic

Ginger has been used as a domestic spice and as a remedy for thousands of years, especially in the East. 

It is known for being analgesic, anti-oxidant, antiseptic, anti-spasmodic, antitussive (relieves coughs), aperitif (a stimulant of the appetite), aphrodisiac, bactericidal, carminative (settles the digestive system, relieves flatulence), cephalic (remedy for disorders of the head), diaphoretic, expectorant, febrifuge (combats fever), laxative, rubefacient (a substance that causes redness of the skin, possibly irritation), stimulant, stomachic and tonic.

Common uses include: arthritis, fatigue, muscular aches and pains, poor circulation, rheumatism, sprains, strains, bruises, sores, toothaches, catarrh, congestion, coughs, bronchitis, tonsillitis, sinusitis, sore throat, prevent vomiting, constipation, diarrhea, colic, cramp, flatulence, indigestion, loss of appetite, nausea, travel sickness and neuralgia

*Heavier dilution is recommended, as it may irritate skin in high concentrations. Mildly phototoxic. 

$33.99-5ml

pink grapefruit essential oil

Pink Grapefruit

Latin Name: Citrus paradisi

Country: South Africa

Method of Extraction: cold pressed

Status: non sprayed

Pink Grapefruit is known to be antiseptic, antitoxic, astringent, bactericidal, diuretic, depurative, stimulant and tonic.

Common uses include: acne, congested and oily skin, promotes hair growth, tones the skin and tissues, cellulitis, exercise preparation, muscle fatigue, obesity, stiffness, water retention, chills, colds, flu, depression, headaches, nervous exhaustion, performance stress, air purification, stimulate the lymphatic system, boost the body's natural detoxification systems, and even regulate digestion & body weight

* Phototoxic. Low to medium concentrations recommended. Not advisable to use on those experiencing skin cancer.

$14.99-12ml

jasmine essential oil

Jasmine 10% Jojoba

Latin Name: Jasmine grandiflorum/jojoba

Country: India

Method of Extraction: solvent extracted

Status: organic

In folk tradition, the flowers of Jasmine grandiflorum have been used to treat hepatitis, liver cirrhosis and dysentery. 

Jasmine is known to be analgesic, antidepressant, anti-inflammatory, antiseptic, antispasmodic, aphrodisiac, carminative (settles digestion and relieves flatulence), cicatrizant (promotes healing by forming scar tissue), expectorant (helps promote the removal of mucus from the respiratory system), galactagogue (increases secretion of milk), parturient (aiding childbirth), sedative and tonic.

Common uses include: dry, greasy or sensitive skin, muscular spasm, sprains, catarrh, coughs, hoarseness, laryngitis, dysmenorrhea (painful and difficult menstruation), frigidity, uterine disorders, painful periods, depression, nervous exhaustion and stress related conditions. It has also been shown to help increase semen production in men, help combat impotence and increase the libido in both sexes.

Kristine's favourite use for this precious oil is for depression and stress. Another of its well known uses is for labour support.

*Do not use during pregnancy. Use caution around those who are hypersensitive or allergic to perfumes and/or cosmetics.

*This oil is mixed with jojoba oil and should not be used in a diffuser

$35.99-5ml

juniperberry essential oil

Juniper Berry

Latin Name: Juniperus communis

Country: Bulgaria

Method of Extraction: steam distilled

Status: organic

Juniper has been known to be antirheumatic, antiseptic, antispasmodic, antitoxic, aphrodisiac, astringent, carminative (settles digestion and relieves flatulence), cicatrizant (promotes healing by forming scar tissue), depurative (helps combat impurity in the blood and organs), diuretic, emmenagogue (induces or assists menstruation), nervine (strengthening and toning to the nerves and nervous system), parasiticide, rubefacient (a substance that causes redness of the skin or warming), sedative, stomachic. sudorific (promotes healing by forming scar tissue), tonic, and vulnerary (an agent that helps heal wounds and sores by external application).

Common uses include: acne, dermatitis, eczema, hair loss, hemorrhoids, oily complexions, varicose veins, wounds, accumulation of toxins, arthritis, sciatica, arteriosclerosis (loss of elasticity in the walls of the arteries due to thickening and calcification), cellulitis, gout, obesity, rheumatism, colds, flu, infections, amenorrhea (absence of menstruation), cystitis, dysmenorrhea (painful and difficult menstruation), leucorrhea (white discharge from the vagina), anxiety, depression, insomnia, jet lag, mental stagnation, nervous tension and stress related conditions.

Kristine's favourite use is for varicose veins.

*Avoid during pregnancy, suffering from kidney disease, or acute kidney/bladder infections. Use low amounts on delicate or damaged skin. Long term use not recommended.

$15.99-5ml

bulgarian essential oil

Lavender

Lavender Essential Oil

Latin Name: Lavandula angustifolia

Country: Bulgaria

Method of Extraction: steam distilled

Status: organic

Regarded as the most versatile therapeutic essence, Lavender is considered one of the most commonly known essential oils. 

It is known to be analgesic, anticonvulsive, antidepressant, antimicrobial, antirheumatic, antiseptic, antispasmodic, antitoxic, carminative (settles digestion and relieves flatulence), cholagogue (stimulates the secretion and flow of bile into the small intestine), choleretic (aids excretion of bile by the liver for a greater flow of bile), cicatrizant (promotes healing by forming scar tissue), cordial, cytophylactic (the process of increasing the activity of leucocytes in defence of the body against infection), deodorant, diuretic, emmenagogue (induces or assists menstruation), hypotensive, insecticide, nervine, parasiticide, rubefacient (a substance that causes redness of the skin or warming), sedative, stimulant, sudorific (promotes healing by forming scar tissue), tonic and vulnerary (an agent that helps heal wounds and sores by external application).

Common uses include: Abscesses, acne, allergies, athlete's foot, boils, bruises, burns, dandruff, dermatitis, earache, eczema, inflammations, insect bites & stings, insect repellent, lice, psoriasis, ringworm, scabies, sores, spots, sunburn, wounds, lumbago, muscular aches & pains, rheumatism, sprains, asthma, bronchitis, catarrh, halitosis, laryngitis, throat infections, whooping cough, abdominal cramps, colic, flatulence, nausea, cystitis, dysmenorrhea (painful and difficult menstruation), leucorrhea (white discharge from the vagina), cold & flu, depression, headache, hypertension, insomnia, migraine, PMS, sciatica, shock, vertigo, nervous tension and stress-related conditions.

Kristine's favourite use is skin care for any skin type and to help balance/relax.

$25.99-12ml

french lavender essential oil

Lavender

Lavender Fine - Haute Provence Population Essential Oil

Latin Name: Lavandula angustifolia

Country: France

Method of Extraction: steam distilled

Status: conventional

Regarded as the most versatile therapeutic essence, Lavender is considered one of the most commonly known essential oils. 

It is known to be analgesic, anticonvulsive, antidepressant, antimicrobial, antirheumatic, antiseptic, antispasmodic, antitoxic, carminative (settles digestion and relieves flatulence), cholagogue (stimulates the secretion and flow of bile into the small intestine), choleretic (aids excretion of bile by the liver for a greater flow of bile), cicatrizant (promotes healing by forming scar tissue), cordial, cytophylactic (the process of increasing the activity of leucocytes in defence of the body against infection), deodorant, diuretic, emmenagogue (induces or assists menstruation), hypotensive, insecticide, nervine (strengthening and toning to the nerves and nervous system), parasiticide, rubefacient (a substance that causes redness of the skin or warming), sedative, stimulant, sudorific (promotes healing by forming scar tissue), tonic and vulnerary (an agent that helps heal wounds and sores by external application).

Common uses include: Abscesses, acne, allergies, athlete's foot, boils, bruises, burns, dandruff, dermatitis, earache, eczema, inflammations, insect bites & stings, insect repellent, lice, psoriasis, ringworm, scabies, sores, spots, sunburn, wounds, lumbago, muscular aches & pains, rheumatism, sprains, asthma, bronchitis, catarrh, halitosis, laryngitis, throat infections, whooping cough, abdominal cramps, colic, flatulence, nausea, cystitis, dysmenorrhea (painful and difficult menstruation), leucorrhea (white discharge from the vagina), cold & flu, depression, headache, hypertension, insomnia, migraine, PMS, sciatica, shock, vertigo, nervous tension and stress-related conditions.

Kristine's favourite use for skin care, burns and stress. The french lavender is a little more floral than the Bulgarian.

$36.99-12ml

lemon essential oil

Lemon

Latin Name: Citrus limonum

Country: Argentina

Method of Extraction: cold pressed

Status: organic

In Spain and other European countries, Lemon was used for a variety of illnesses, such as: malaria, typhoid and even dysentery.

Lemon is known to be anti-anemic, antimicrobial, antirheumatic, antisclerotic (helps prevent the hardening of tissue), antiseptic, antispasmodic, antitoxic, astringent, bactericidal, carminative (settles digestion and relieves flatulence), cicatrizant (promotes healing by forming scar tissue), depurative (helps combat impurity in the blood and organs), diuretic, febrifuge (combats fever), hemostatic (arrests bleeding), hypotensive, insecticidal, rubefacient (a substance that causes redness of the skin or warming), stimulates white corpuscles, and tonic.

Common uses include: dry skin, dandruff, varicose veins, bruises, acne, anemia, brittle nails, boils, chilblains (painful inflammation of small blood vessels), corns, cuts, herpes, insect bites, mouth ulcers, spots, warts, arthritis, cellulitis, high blood pressure, nosebleeds, poor circulation, rheumatism, asthma, throat infections, bronchitis, catarrh, dyspepsia (difficulty with digestion associated with pain, flatulence, heartburn & nausea), colds, flus, fever, infections, anxiety, depression, anger, confusion, mental stimulation and has even be said to help reduce nightmares.

Kristine's favourite use is for depression, as the citruses are uplifting to the mood.

*Lemon is phototoxic, so be sure to avoid the sun when using topically.

$17.99-12ml

lemongrass essential oil

Lemongrass

Latin Name: Cymbopogan citratus

Country: Sri Lanka

Method of Extraction: steam distilled

Status: organic

In traditional Indian medicine, Lemongrass has been used to aid in infectious illnesses and fever as well as acting as a sedative for the central nervous system. 

Lemongrass is known to be: analgesic, antidepressant, antimicrobial, anti-oxidant, antipyretic (reduces fever), antiseptic, astringent, bactericidal, carminative (settles digestion and relieves flatulence), deodorant, febrifuge (combats fever), fungicidal, galactagogue (increases secretion of milk), insecticidal, nervine (strengthening and toning to the nerves and nervous system), sedative (nervous system) and tonic.

Common uses include: acne, athlete's foot, bruises, arthritis, immune stimulant, general detoxification, depression, excessive perspiration, insect repellent (fleas, lice, ticks), pediculosis, scabies, tissue toner, muscular pain, poor circulation and muscle tone, slack tissue, colitis, indigestion, gastro-enteritis, fevers, infectious disease, headaches, nervous exhaustion and stress-related conditions. It can also be used as an air purifier.

*Do not use during pregnancy, or with/on children under 2 years of age. Exercise caution if using on hypersensitive, diseased, or damaged skin, or if experiencing hormone dependent diseases. 

$13.99-12ml

sleep zzz essential oil

Lemongrass

Latin Name: Cymbopogon flexuosus

Country: India

Method of Extraction: steam distilled

Status: organic

Description: This particular Lemongrass (also known as West Indian Lemongrass) has a fresh, sweet citrus note that is similar to May Chang or Citronella, but with noticeable, smoky undertones that make it stand from these oils.

When used topically, Lemongrass can be used to address complaints such as acne, athlete's foot, bruises, excessive perspiration, oily skin, oily hair, arthritis, fevers, infections, indigestion, and menstruation. It is commonly used as a deterrent for fleas, lice, and ticks, helps to improve overall muscle tone, is an immune stimulant, and useful in general detoxification.

When diffused, this oil has shown to be useful in combating headaches, stress related conditions, nervous exhaustion, poor concentration, jet lag, depression, irritability, and morning fatigue, and also serves as air purifier.

Lemongrass is a must have for many energy workers. It is used to repair "holes" in a person's auric field, and helps to repel the invasive energies put out by electronic devices. It is often used to cleanse, clear and purify rooms by dispelling accumulated negative energy. It may also assist individuals in clearing feelings of regret and shame, and allowing stubborn individuals to "forgive and forget".

Contraindications: Do not use during pregnancy, or children under 2 years of age. Exercise caution if using on hypersensitive, diseased, or damaged skin, or if experiencing hormone dependent diseases. 

$13.00-10ml

lime essential oil natural origins

Lime

Latin Name: Citrus aurantifolia

Country: Sri Lanka

Method of Extraction: steam distilled

Status: organic

Lime is known to be antirheumatic, antiseptic, antiviral, aperitif (a stimulant of the appetite), bactericidal, febrifuge (combats fever), restorative, and tonic.

Common uses include: fatigue, sore throat, flus, acne, anemia, brittle nails, boils, chilblains (painful inflammation of small blood vessels), corns, cuts, greasy skin, herpes, insect bites, mouth ulcers, spots, varicose veins, warts, cough & congestion, minor spasms, colds, fever, dyspepsia (difficulty with digestion associated with pain, flatulence, heartburn & nausea), asthma, throat infections, bronchitis, catarrh, muscular inflammation, arthritis, cellulitis, high blood pressure, nosebleeds, poor circulation, rheumatism, stomach aches and flatulence.

*Avoid using Lime essential oils on sensitive or damaged skin. Lime is a diuretic, and quite "drying". If using regularly, or in higher doses, be sure to keep hydrated by drinking plenty of water.

$16.99-12ml

marjoram essential oil

Marjoram

Latin Name: Origanum Marjorana

Country of Origin: Egypt

Method of Extraction: Steam Distilled

Cultivation: Organic

Marjoram is one of the herbs used by ancient Greeks in their fragrances, cosmetics and medicines.

It is known to be analgesic, anaphrodisiac (reduces sexual desire), anti-oxidant, antiseptic, antispasmodic, antiviral, bactericidal, carminative (settles the digestive system, relieves flatulence), cephalic (remedy for disorders of the head), diaphoretic (an agent that causes sweating), digestive, diuretic, emmenagogue (induces or assists menstruation), expectorant, fungicidal, hypotensive, laxative, nervine, sedative, stomachic, tonic, vasodilator (an agent that dilates the blood vessels) and vulnerary (an agent that helps heal wounds and sore by external application).

Common uses include: chilblains, bruises, ticks, minor wounds, reducing toothaches, arthritis,  lumbago, muscular aches and stiffness, rheumatism, sprains, strains, asthma, bronchitis, coughs, breathing difficulties, respiratory distress & infections, snoring headaches, migraines, muscle spasms, irregular heartbeat, colic, constipation, dyspepsia (difficulty with digestion associated with pain, flatulence, heartburn and nausea), digestive infections & complaints, ulcers, flatulence, amenorrhea (absence of menstruation), dysmenorrhea (painful and difficult menstruation), leucorrhea (white discharge from the vagina), PMT, colds, hypertension, insomnia, nervous tension and stress related conditions.

*Not recommended for use during the 1st trimester of pregnancy. Use caution around those with asthma, low blood pressure, and acute depression. It has been suggested that prolonged overuse may deaden the emotions, though regular proper use should not have this effect.

$17.99-5ml

myrrh essential oil

Myrrh

Latin Name: Commiphora Myrrha

Country of Origin: Somalia

Method of Extraction: Steam Distilled

Cultivation: Wild
A must have in your essential oil collection, Myrrh has amazing healing properties. In the days of the gladiator, one Greek doctor, Galen, would use essential oils for healing. He would use Myrrh specifically in the healing of wounds after a gladiator fight, and it was said not one died as a result.
Myrrh is known to be anticatarrhal, anti-inflammatory, antimicrobial, antiseptic, astringent, carminative (settles digestion and relieves flatulence), cicatrizant (promotes healing by forming scar tissue), emmenagogue (induces or assists menstruation), expectorant (helps promote the removal of mucus from the respiratory system), fungicidal, revitalizing, sedative, stimulant (digestive, pulmonary), stomachic, tonic, uterine and vulnerary (an agent that helps heal wounds and sores by external application).
Common uses include: athlete's foot, chapped and cracked skin, eczema, mature complexions, ringworm, wounds, wrinkles, arthritis, asthma, bronchitis, catarrh, coughs, gum infections, gingivitis, mouth ulcers, sore throat, voice loss, diarrhea, flatulence, hemorrhoids, loss of appetite, amenorrhea (absence of menstruation), leucorrhea (white discharge from the vagina), skin ulcers, skin inflammation, boils, scars, colds, pruritis (itching) and thrush.
*Avoid during pregnancy or if you have a known allergy to cosmetics or perfumes. Do not use on children. Use caution on damaged and hypersensitive skin.
$26.99-5ml
neroli sur fleur essential oil

Neroli Sur Fleurs

Latin Name: Citrus Aurantium

Country of Origin: Egypt

Method of Extraction: Steam Distilled (Co-distillation of blossoms, leaves & stems)

Cultivation: Organic

Named after a princess of Nerola in Italy, this flower was used in bridal bouquets to calm nervous apprehension. In Europe, dried flowers would be infused in water as a mild stimulant of the nervous system and as a blood cleanser.

Neroli has been known to be antidepressant, antiseptic, antispasmodic, aphrodisiac, bactericidal, carminative (settles the digestive system, relieves flatulence), cicatrizant (an agent that promotes healing by the formation of scar tissue), deodorant, digestive, fungicidal, hypnotic, stimulant and tonic.

Common uses include: scars, stretch marks, thread veins, mature & sensitive skin, tones the complexion, wrinkles, improving skin elasticity, palpitations, poor circulation, bronchitis, immune system stimulation, diarrhea (chronic), colic, flatulence, spasm, nervous dyspepsia, anxiety, depression, nervous tension, PMT, shock and stress related conditions.

$26.99-5ml
neroli essential oil

Neroli 10% Jojoba

Latin Name: Citrus aurantium/jojoba

Country: Morocco

Method of Extraction: steam distilled

Status: non-certified organic

Named after a princess of Nerola in Italy, this flower was used in bridal bouquets to calm nervous apprehension. In Europe, dried flowers would be infused in water as a mild stimulant of the nervous system and as a blood cleanser.

Neroli has been known to be antidepressant, antiseptic, antispasmodic, aphrodisiac, bactericidal, carminative (settles the digestive system, relieves flatulence), cicatrizant (an agent that promotes healing by the formation of scar tissue), deodorant, digestive, fungicidal, hypnotic, stimulant and tonic.

Common uses include: scars, stretch marks, thread veins, mature & sensitive skin, tones the complexion, wrinkles, improving skin elasticity, palpitations, poor circulation, bronchitis, immune system stimulation, diarrhea (chronic), colic, flatulence, spasm, nervous dyspepsia, anxiety, depression, nervous tension, PMT, shock and stress related conditions.

*This oil is mixed with jojoba oil and should not be used in a diffuser

$26.99-5ml

niaouli essential oil

Niaouli

Latin Name: Melaleuca Quinquenervia

Country of Origin: Madagascar

Method of Extraction: Steam Distilled

Cultivation: Organic

Niaouli, sometimes known as 'Gomenol', received it's alias because it used to be shipped from Gomen in the French East Indies.

It has been known to be analgesic, anticatarrhal, antirheumatic, antiseptic, antispasmodic, bactericidal, cicatrizant (promotes healing by forming scar tissue), diaphoretic (an agent that causes sweating), expectorant (helps promote the removal of mucus from the respiratory system), regulator, and stimulant.

Common uses include: acne, boils, burns, cuts, insect bites, oily skin, spots, ulcers, wounds, infections, wrinkles, muscular aches & pains, poor circulation, rheumatism, rheumatoid arthritis, hemorrhoids, thread & varicose veins, asthma, bronchitis, cararrhal conditions, coughs, sinusitis, sore throat, respiratory based allergies, laryngitis, tonsillitis, some viral infections, measles, mumps, tetanus, some auto-immune issues, cystitis, urinary infection, colds, fever and flu.

*Not recommended for children, babies, pets, or during pregnancy. It is suggested the Niaouli stimulates the production of male hormones, and caution should be exercised by those who wish to avoid this effect.

$12.99-12ml

nutmeg essential oil

Nutmeg

Latin Name: Myristica Fragrans

Country of Origin: Indonesia

Method of Extraction: Steam Distilled

Cultivation: Wild

Nutmeg became fashionable among wealthy Europeans in the 1600's, as it was potent enough to induce hallucinations due to its myristicin content. It was also thought by Europeans that it would prevent the bubonic plague which resulted in the spice becoming far more valuable than its weight in gold.

Nutmeg is known to be analgesic, anti-emetic (an agent which reduces the incidence and severity of nausea or vomiting), anti-oxidant, antirheumatic, antiseptic, antispasmodic, aphrodisiac, carminative (settles digestion and relieves flatulence), digestive, emmenagogue (induces or assists menstruation), gastric secretory stimulant, larvicidal, orexigenic (increases appetite), stimulant and tonic.

Common uses include: arthritis, gout, muscular aches & pains, poor circulation, rheumatism, flatulence, indigestion, nausea, sluggish digestion, bacterial infection, frigidity, impotence, neuralgia, and nervous fatigue.

*May irritate sensitive skin. Taken internally, Nutmeg essential oil is very toxic. Maximum recommended levels in cosmetic creams 0.02%. Overuse of nutmeg can cause nausea, hallucinations, over-rapid heartbeat and stupor. Avoid during pregnancy. Robert Tisserand and Tony Balacs caution that nutmeg is psychotropic and could be potentially carcinogenic. Some suggest to avoid with cardiac disease. 

$28.99-12ml

swet orange essential oil

Sweet Orange

Latin Name: Citrus Sinensis

Country of Origin: Argentina

Method of Extraction: Cold-Pressed

Cultivation: Organic

The Chinese would use the peel of the sweet orange to help treat illnesses such as coughs, colds, anorexia and even malignant breast sores.

Sweet Orange is known to be anti-depressant, anti-inflammatory, antiseptic, bactericidal, carminative (settles digestion and relieves flatulence), choleretic (aids excretion of bile by the liver for a greater flow), digestive, fungicidal, hypotensive, sedative (nervous), stimulant (digestive & lymphatic), stomachic and tonic.

Common uses include: dull and oily complexions, puffy, wrinkled, chapped or fissured skin, mouth ulcers, obesity, palpitations, water retention, bronchitis, chills, constipation, dyspepsia (difficulty with digestion associated with pain, flatulence, heartburn & nausea), spasm, colds, flu, nervous tension and stress-related conditions.

*If using topically, avoid the sun as Sweet Orange is phototoxic. It is not recommended for damaged or sensitive skin.

$12.99-12ml

oregano essential oil

Oregano

80.56% Carvacrol

Latin Name: Origanum Vulgare

Country of Origin: Turkey

Method of Extraction: Steam Distilled

Cultivation: Wild

Oregano is known to be analgesic, antirheumatic, antiseptic, antispasmodic, antitoxic, antiviral, bactericidal, carminative, choleretic, cytopylactic, diaphoretic, diuretic, emmenagogue, expectorant, fungicidal, parasiticide, rubefaciant, stimulant & tonic.

Oregano can be an irritant to the skin and mucous membrane (must be used in an extremely low dilution)

$14.99-5ml

palmarosa essential oil

Palmarosa

Latin Name: Cymbopogon Martini Var Motia

Country of Origin: Sri Lanka

Method of Extraction: Steam Distilled

Cultivation: Organic

Palmarosa is of the same family as Lemongrass and Citronella and a close relative of gingergrass. 

It is known to be antiseptic, bactericidal, cicatrizant (promotes healing by forming scar tissue), digestive, febrifuge (combats fever), hydrating, stimulant (digestive, circulatory) and tonic.

Common uses include: acne, dermatitis, minor skin infections, eczema, boils, some wounds, scars, sores, wrinkles, sore throat, bronchitis, sinusitis, thrush, cystitis, poor circulation, anorexia, digestive atonia, intestinal infections, nervous exhaustion, stress-related conditions and can even serve as an aid during labour.

*If a cosmetic sensitivity exists, use with caution

$18.99-12ml

patchouli essential oil

Patchouli

Latin Name: Pogostemon Cablin

Country of Origin:  Indonesia

Method of Extraction: Steam Distilled in stainless steel vessels (Iron Free)

Cultivation: Organic 

Patchouli has been believed to help prevent the spread of disease and is also used as an antidote for poisonous snakebites in the East.

It is known to be antidepressant, anti-inflammatory, anti-emetic (an agent which reduces the incidence, and severity of nausea or vomiting), antimicrobial, antiphlogistic (checks or counteracts inflammation), antiseptic, antitoxic, antiviral, aphrodisiac, astringent, bactericidal, carminative (settles the digestive system, relieves flatulence), cicatrizant (an agent that promotes healing by the formation of scar tissue), deodorant, digestive, diuretic, febrifuge (combats fever), fungicidal, nervine, prophylactic, stimulant (nervous), stomachic and tonic.

Common uses include: acne, athlete's foot, cracked and chapped skin, dandruff, dermatitis, eczema (weeping), psoriasis, scars, varicose veins,  fungal infections, hair care, impetigo, insect repellent, oily hair and skin, dandruff, abscesses, sores, wounds, hemorrhoids (external), wrinkles, impotence, menopausal sweats, anxiety and mild insomnia.

*Use caution around those with allergies to spicy foods, or those with scent sensitivities. Though risk is minimal, overuse may result in insomnia and loss of appetite. 

$19.99-5ml

neob patchouli essential oil

Patchouli 

Botanical Name: Pogostemon cablin

INCI Name: Pogostemon cablin

Country of Origin: Indonesia

Extraction Method: Steam Distilled

Patchouli has been believed to help prevent the spread of disease and is also used as an antidote for poisonous snakebites in the East.

It is known to be antidepressant, anti-inflammatory, anti-emetic (an agent which reduces the incidence, and severity of nausea or vomiting), antimicrobial, antiphlogistic (checks or counteracts inflammation), antiseptic, antitoxic, antiviral, aphrodisiac, astringent, bactericidal, carminative (settles the digestive system, relieves flatulence), cicatrizant (an agent that promotes healing by the formation of scar tissue), deodorant, digestive, diuretic, febrifuge (combats fever), fungicidal, nervine, prophylactic, stimulant (nervous), stomachic and tonic.

Common uses include: acne, athlete's foot, cracked and chapped skin, dandruff, dermatitis, eczema (weeping), psoriasis, scars, varicose veins,  fungal infections, hair care, impetigo, insect repellent, oily hair and skin, dandruff, abscesses, sores, wounds, hemorrhoids (external), wrinkles, impotence, menopausal sweats, anxiety and mild insomnia.

*Use caution around those with allergies to spicy foods, or those with scent sensitivities. Though risk is minimal, overuse may result in insomnia and loss of appetite. 

$15- 10ml

peppermint essential oil

Peppermint

Latin Name: Mentha Piperita

Country of Origin: USA (Yakima, Washington)

Method of Extraction: Steam Distilled

Cultivation: Conventional

Used in both Eastern & Western medicine for a variety of complaints. Peppermint has been noted to intensify the effects of other essential oils it is blended with. Pending on the blend this can be either very beneficial, or less than ideal. 

Peppermint is known to be analgesic, anti-inflammatory, antimicrobial, antipruritic (relieves sensation of itching or prevents its occurrence), antiseptic, antispasmodic, antiviral, astringent, carminative (settles digestion and relieves flatulence), cephalic (remedy for disorders of the head), cholagogue (stimulates the secretion and flow of bile into the small intestine), cordial (stimulant and tonic), emmenagogue (induces or assists menstruation), expectorant (helps promote the removal of mucus from the respiratory system), febrifuge (combats fever), hepatic (tones and aids in the function of the liver), nervine (strengthening and toning to the nerves and nervous system), stomachic, sudorific (promotes healing by forming scar tissue), and vasoconstrictor.

Common uses include: acne, dermatitis, eczema, bruises, inflammation, rashes, ringworm, scabies, toothache, neuralgia, muscular pain, palpitations, sciatica, arthritis, rheumatism, asthma, bronchitis, laryngitis, halitosis, sinusitis, spasmodic cough, sore throat, congestion, stomach cramps, indigestion, colic, flatulence, nausea, colds, flu, fever, diarrhea, fainting, headache, mental fatigue, migraine, nervous stress, vertigo, depression, poor concentration and hysteria.

*Strong dilution is recommended, particularly for facial care products. Do not use on small children. Avoid use on those with epilepsy. Not recommended during the first trimester of pregnancy, or when breast feeding.

$17.99-12ml

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peppermint essential oil

Peppermint

Latin Name: Mentha Piperita

Country of Origin: France

Method of Extraction: Steam Distilled

Cultivation: Organic

Used in both Eastern & Western medicine for a variety of complaints. Peppermint has been noted to intensify the effects of other essential oils it is blended with. Pending on the blend this can be either very beneficial, or less than ideal. 

Peppermint is known to be analgesic, anti-inflammatory, antimicrobial, antipruritic (relieves sensation of itching or prevents its occurrence), antiseptic, antispasmodic, antiviral, astringent, carminative (settles digestion and relieves flatulence), cephalic (remedy for disorders of the head), cholagogue (stimulates the secretion and flow of bile into the small intestine), cordial (stimulant and tonic), emmenagogue (induces or assists menstruation), expectorant (helps promote the removal of mucus from the respiratory system), febrifuge (combats fever), hepatic (tones and aids in the function of the liver), nervine (strengthening and toning to the nerves and nervous system), stomachic, sudorific (promotes healing by forming scar tissue), and vasoconstrictor.

Common uses include: acne, dermatitis, eczema, bruises, inflammation, rashes, ringworm, scabies, toothache, neuralgia, muscular pain, palpitations, sciatica, arthritis, rheumatism, asthma, bronchitis, laryngitis, halitosis, sinusitis, spasmodic cough, sore throat, congestion, stomach cramps, indigestion, colic, flatulence, nausea, colds, flu, fever, diarrhea, fainting, headache, mental fatigue, migraine, nervous stress, vertigo, depression, poor concentration and hysteria.

*Strong dilution is recommended, particularly for facial care products. Do not use on small children. Avoid use on those with epilepsy. Not recommended during the first trimester of pregnancy, or when breast feeding.

$18.99- 5ml

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white pine essential oil

White Pine

Latin Name: Pinus Strobus Linneus

Country of Origin: Canada

Method of Extraction: Steam Distilled

Cultivation: Organic

$12.99-12ml

ravintsara essential oil

Ravintsara

Latin Name: Cinnamomum Camphora

Country of Origin: Madagascar

Method of Extraction: Steam Distilled

Cultivation: Wild

When the aroma of Ravintsara is inhaled, it's quite clear that it benefits the respiratory and immune systems. Commonly, this essential oil is used for asthma, bronchitis, persistent coughs, laryngitis, respiratory tract congestion, cold & flu, and assists in countering many bacterial or viral infections. Ravintsara may also be used to for wound care, infections, shingles, herpes (lip and genital), lymphatic drainage, and general body detoxification.

Ravintsara may be used to combat anxiety, illness brought on by stress, insomnia, nervous fatigue, and depression. It is said to be able to assist individuals in realizing their potential, increase the desire for change, and may help to reduce anguish and fear.

*Considered safe during pregnancy, and suitable for small children when diffused in minute doses. Generally considered safe.

$20.99-12ml

rose essential oil with jojoba

Rose 10% Jojoba

Latin Name: Rosa damascena/jojoba

Country: Turkey

Method of Extraction: steam distilled

Status: conventional

damascena/jojoba

Country: Turkey

Method of Extraction: steam distilled

Status: conventional

Rose is well known for its skin nourishing qualities, and can be found in many skincare formulations, particularly those designed for mature or aging skin. It is considered to be beneficial to all skin types (especially acne, dry, sensitive and mature skin), can be of great assistance in combating wrinkles, soothes eczema, minimizes herpes (of the lip), and will also benefit those dealing with shingles, skin infections, ulcers, inflammations and swelling.

It is known to be antidepressant, antiphlogistic (checks or counterattacks inflammation), antiseptic, antispasmodic, antitubercular agent, antiviral, aphrodisiac, astringent, bactericidal, choleretic (aids excretion of bile by the liver, so there is a greater flow of bile), cicatrizant (an agent that promotes healing by the formation of scar tissue), depurative (helps combat impurity , emmenagogue, hemostatic, hepatic, laxative, regulator of appetite, sedative (nervous), stomachic, and tonic (heart, liver, stomach, uterus)

Common uses include: broken capillaries, conjunctivitis (rose water), dry skin, eczema, herpes, mature and sensitive complexions, wrinkles, palpitations, poor circulation, sprains, asthma, chronic bronchitis, coughs, hay fever, cholecystitis, liver congestion, nausea, sore throat, weak immune system, irregular menstruation, menopause, PMS, leucorrhea, menorrhagia, uterine disorders, depression, impotence, insomnia, frigidity, headache, migraine, nervous tension and stress related complaints. 

Contraindications: Generally considered safe, though it is recommended that it is avoided during the first trimester of pregnancy. It is debated that it shouldn't be used by children under 5 years of age, though it has been shown to be useful for babies in trace amounts. 

*This oil is mixed with jojoba oil and should not be used in a diffuser

$35.99-5ml

neob rose geranium essential oil

Rose Geranium  

Rose Geranium is a feel good type of essential oil with anti-wrinkle and hormonal balancing qualities. This oil can be used to cool hot flashes and soothe sun burns.

Store in a cool, dark place; keep out of direct sunlight.

$60.99- 5ml

rosemary essential oil

Rosemary

Latin Name: Rosmarinus Officinalis

Country of Origin: Morocco/Tunisia

Method of Extraction: Steam Distilled

Cultivation: Organic

In ancient Greece, rosemary was burned at shrines to ward off evil spirits and protect against the plague. 

It is known to be antiseptic, antispasmodic, aphrodisiac, astringent, carminative (settles the digestive system, relieves flatulence), cephalic (remedy for disorders of the head), cholagogue (stimulates the secretion and flow of bile into the small intestine), choleretic (aids excretion of bile by the liver), cicatrizant (an agent that promotes healing by the formation of scar tissue), cytophylactic (the process of increasing the activity of leucocytes in defence of the body against infection), diaphoretic, digestive, diuretic, emmenagogue (induces or assists menopause), fungicidal, hepatic (tones and aids function of liver), hypertensive, nervine, parasiticide, restorative, rubefacient (a substance that causes redness of the skin), stimulant (circulatory, adrenal cortex, hepatobiliary), stomachic, sudorific (an agent that causes sweating), tonic (nervous, general) and vulnerary (an agent that helps heal wounds and sore by external application).

Common uses include: acne, dandruff, dermatitis, eczema, greasy hair, insect repellent, lice, promotes hair growth, scabies, varicose veins, puffiness, arteriosclerosis, fluid retention, gout, muscular pain, palpitations, poor circulation, rheumatism, sciatica, tendinitis, arthritic pain, asthma, bronchitis, congestion, sinusitis, whooping cough, colitis, dyspepsia (difficulty with digestion), flatulence, hepatic disorders (relating to the liver), hypercholesterolemia, jaundice, mild constipation, upset stomach, dysmenorrhea (painful and difficult menstruation), leucorrhea (white discharge from the vagina), colds, flu, infections, debility, fatigue, headaches, hypotension, neuralgia, mental fatigue, nervous exhaustion and stress related disorders.

*Avoid using in cases of epilepsy, high blood pressure, and pregnancy. Highly stimulating, even in small doses, so do avoid several hours before sleeping. May antidote homeopathic remedies.

$17.99-12ml

rosewood essential oil

Rosewood

Latin Name: Aniba Roseaodora

Country of Origin: Brazil

Method of Extraction: Steam Distilled

Cultivation: Wild

Rosewood is a very mild oil that is safe to us, which makes it great for skin care products. 

This oil is mildly analgesic, anti-convulsant, antidepressant, antimicrobial, antiseptic, aphrodisiac, bactericidal, cellular stimulant, cephalic (remedy for disorders of the head), deodorant, stimulant for the immune system, tissue regenerator and tonic.

Common uses for Rosewood include: wounds, boost immune system, acne, dermatitis, scars, wrinkles, skin care, colds, coughs, fever, sore throat, flu, infections, asthma, frigidity, headaches, nausea, nervous tension and stress related conditions.

$18.99-5ml

sage essential oil cineole natural origins

Sage

Latin Name: Salvia Lavandulifolia

Country of Origin: Spain

Method of Extraction: Steam Distilled

Cultivation: Organic

Sage is considered a 'cure-all' in many parts of Spain, promoting longevity and helping protect against all types of infection.

It is known to be antidepressant, anti-inflammatory, antimicrobial, antiseptic, antispasmodic, astringent, carminative (settles the digestive system, relieves flatulence), deodorant, depurative (helps combat impurity in the blood and organs), digestive, emmenagogue (induces or assists menstruation), expectorant (helps promote the removal of mucus from the respiratory system), febrifuge (combats fever), hypotensive, nervine, stomachic, and tonic (nerve and general).

Common uses include: acne, colds sores, cuts, dandruff, dermatitis, eczema, excessive sweating, hair loss, gingivitis, gum infections, psoriasis, sores, arthritis, debility, fluid retention, muscular aches & pains, poor circulation, rheumatism, asthma, bacterial infections, bronchitis, coughs, laryngitis, sinusitis, jaundice, liver congestion, amenorrhea (absence of menstruation), dysmenorrhea (painful and difficult menstruation), sterility, colds, flu, fever, headaches, nervous exhaustion, stress related conditions and may be used to ease symptoms of fibromyalgia.

*Though considered safe after the 1st trimester, there are many who still suggest avoiding Sage during pregnancy (and breastfeeding) entirely. Those with epilepsy or high blood pressure should also avoid this essential oil. Short term usage periods are recommended.

$29.99-12ml

sandalwood essential oil

Sandalwood 50% Jojoba

Latin Name: Santalum album

Country: Sri Lanka

Method of Extraction: steam distilled

Status: organic

Sandalwood has been used for over 4,000 years and was used all over the East as incense, cosmetics, perfume, embalming material, and of course in the medical field.

It has been known to be antidepressant, antiphlogistic (checks or counteracts inflammation), antiseptic (urinary & pulmonary), antispasmodic, aphrodisiac, astringent, bactericidal, carminative (settles the digestive system, relieves flatulence), cicatrizant (an agent that promotes healing by the formation of scar tissue), diuretic, expectorant, insecticidal, sedative and tonic.

Common uses include: acne, dry, cracked and chapped skin, aftershave (barber's rash), eczema, greasy skin, moisturizer, increase capillary circulation, bronchitis, catarrh, coughs (dry, persistent), laryngitis, sore throat, diarrhea, nausea, constipation, vomiting, heartburn, cystitis, infected wounds, muscle spasm, sciatica, lumbago, neuralgia, hemorrhoids, frigidity, impotence, urinary bladder infections, PMS, menopause, depression, insomnia, nervous tension and stress-related complaints. 

*Generally considered safe. There have been (very) rare cases of dermatitis and allergic reactions in people with sensitives to balsams, and it is recommended that it is avoided by those in deep/sever states of depression. 

*This oil is mixed with jojoba oil and should not be used in a diffuser

$60.99-5ml

spearmint essential oil

Spearmint

Latin Name: Mentha Spicata

Country of Origin: South Africa

Method of Extraction: Steam Distilled

Cultivation: Organic

The properties of Spearmint have been said to resemble those of Peppermint, however,  it's effects are less powerful. Ancient Greeks would use it as a restorative and for scenting their bathwater.

Spearmint has been known to be anesthetic (local), antiseptic, antispasmodic, astringent, carminative (settles digestion and relieves flatulence), cephalic (remedy for disorders of the head), cholagogue (stimulates the secretion and flow of bile into the small intestine), decongestant, digestive, diuretic, expectorant (helps promote the removal of mucus from the respiratory system), febrifuge (combats fever), hepatic (tones and aids in the function of the liver), nervine (strengthening and toning to the nerves and nervous system), stimulant, stomachic and tonic.

Common uses include: acne, dermatitis, congested skin, sores, scabs, wounds, asthma, bronchitis, catarrhal conditions, sinusitis, spasmodic coughs, colic, flatulence, hepatobiliary disorders, nausea, vomiting, colds, fevers, flu, fatigue, headache, migraine, nervous strain, neurasthenia (nervous exhaustion), stress.

*Avoid during pregnancy. Do not use on young children.

$14.99-12ml

black spruce essential oil

Black Spruce

Latin Name: Picea Mariana

Country of Origin: Canada

Method of Extraction: Steam Distilled

Cultivation: Organic

Despite its popularity, the uses of this essential oil are a bit 'limited' compared to other oils. Diffused into the air, Black Spruce can be used for lung congestion and boosting a depressed immune system. Topically, it has been shown to be effective in treating poor circulation, muscular aches & pains, arthritis, and in some cases, candida.

Black Spruce is effective in addressing psychological ailments, such as anxiety, debility, stress, tension, and extreme mental exhaustion. It's also considered to be grounding, while at the same time being an uplifting stimulant.

$21.99-12ml
tangerine essential oil

Tangerine

Latin Name: Citrus Reticulate

Country of Origin: South Africa

Method of Extraction: Cold-Pressed

Cultivation: Non-Sprayed

Tangerine is used in skincare products to liven pale complexions, smooth stretch marks and scars, and combat acne while breaking down congestion in oily skin. 

It has been known to be antiseptic, antispasmodic, carminative (settles the digestive system, relieves flatulence), digestive, diuretic (mild), laxative (mild), sedative, stimulant (digestive and lymphatic) and tonic.

Common uses include: acne, congested and oily skin, scars, spots, stretch marks, toner, fluid retention, obesity, muscular spasms/cramps, tired/aching limbs, digestive problems, dyspepsia (difficulty with digestion associated with pain, flatulence, heartburn and nausea), constipation, hiccoughs, intestinal problems, insomnia, nervous tension and restlessness.

Contraindications: It is suggested (not proven) that both Tangerine and Mandarin are not phototoxic due to the lack of chemical that can trigger photosensitivity. 

$14.99-12ml

tea tree essential oil

Tea Tree

Latin Name: Melaleuca Alternifolia

Country of Origin: Australia

Method of Extraction: Steam Distilled

Cultivation: Organic

Long recognized for its healing properties, its use dates back to local aborigines. Folklore has it; they used the crushed leaves as a poultice for cuts and wounds. This Tea Tree oil has a remarkable fragrance and seems to go very deep instantly.Scientific research dating back to the 1920's and currently continuing confirms its antibacterial, antifungal, antiviral and anti-inflammatory properties. Current research shows exciting results with cold sores - with the oil indicating a decrease in the duration and severity of the viral sores.

Tea Tree is known to be anti-infectious, anti-inflammatory, antiseptic, antiviral, bactericidal, cicatrizant (promotes healing by forming scar tissue), diaphoretic (an agent that causes sweating), expectorant (promotes healing by forming scar tissue), fungicidal, immuno-stimulant, parasiticide, and vulnerary (an agent that helps heal wounds and sores by external application).

Common uses include: abscess, acne, athlete's foot, blisters, burns, cold sores, dandruff, herpes, insect bites & stings, oily skin, rashes, spots, veruccae (plantar wart), warts, wounds (infected), minor cuts, asthma, bronchitis, catarrh, coughs, sinusitis, tuberculosis, whooping cough, thrush, vaginitis, cystitis, pruritis (itching), colds, fever, flu, sore throat, infectious illnesses (such as chicken pox), and ulcers.

$17.99-12ml

neob Tea Tree essential oil

Tea Tree 

Origin: Australia

Store in a cool, dark place; keep out of direct sunlight.

Long recognized for its healing properties, its use dates back to local aborigines. Folklore has it; they used the crushed leaves as a poultice for cuts and wounds. This Tea Tree oil has a remarkable fragrance and seems to go very deep instantly.Scientific research dating back to the 1920's and currently continuing confirms its antibacterial, antifungal, antiviral and anti-inflammatory properties. Current research shows exciting results with cold sores - with the oil indicating a decrease in the duration and severity of the viral sores.

Tea Tree is known to be anti-infectious, anti-inflammatory, antiseptic, antiviral, bactericidal, cicatrizant (promotes healing by forming scar tissue), diaphoretic (an agent that causes sweating), expectorant (promotes healing by forming scar tissue), fungicidal, immuno-stimulant, parasiticide, and vulnerary (an agent that helps heal wounds and sores by external application).

Common uses include: abscess, acne, athlete's foot, blisters, burns, cold sores, dandruff, herpes, insect bites & stings, oily skin, rashes, spots, veruccae (plantar wart), warts, wounds (infected), minor cuts, asthma, bronchitis, catarrh, coughs, sinusitis, tuberculosis, whooping cough, thrush, vaginitis, cystitis, pruritis (itching), colds, fever, flu, sore throat, infectious illnesses (such as chicken pox), and ulcers.

$25.99- 10ml

thyme essential oil

Thyme

Latin Name: Thymus Vulgaris Thymol

Country of Origin: Spain

Method of Extraction: Steam Distilled

Cultivation: Organic

 Thyme is one of the earliest plants to be used as herbal medicine in the West.

It is known to be antimicrobial, anti-oxidant, antiputrescent, antirheumatic, antiseptic (intestinal, pulmonary, gentio-urinary), antispasmodic, antitussive (relieves cough), antitoxic, aperitif (a stimulant of the appetite), astringent, aphrodisiac, bactericidal, balsamic, carminative (settles the digestive system, relieves flatulence), cicatrizant (an agent that promotes healing by the formation of scar tissue), diuretic, emmenagogue (induces or assists menstruation), nervine, revulsive, rubefacient (a substance that causes redness of the skin), parasiticide, stimulant (immune system, circulation), sudorific (an agent that causes sweating) and tonic

Common uses include: abscess, acne, bruises, burns, cuts, dermatitis, eczema, insect bites, lice, gum infections, oily skin, scabies, arthritis, cellulitis, gout, muscular aches and pains, obesity, edema, poor circulation, rheumatism, sprains, sports injuries, asthma, bronchitis, catarrh, coughs, laryngitis, sinusitis, sore throat, tonsillitis, diarrhea, dyspepsia, flatulence, cystitis, urethritis, chills, colds, flu, infectious diseases, headaches, insomnia, nervous debility and stress-related complaints. 

*Can irritate mucous membranes, cause dermal irritation and may cause sensitization in some individuals. Use in moderation, in low dilution only. Avoid during pregnancy. Avoid using in cases of high blood pressure.

$15.99-12ml

Vanilla absolute essential oil

Vanilla

Latin Name: Vanilla Planifolia/jojoba

Country of Origin: Madagascar

Method of Extraction: Solvent Extracted

Cultivation: Conventional

Vanilla is actually a member of the orchid family! Vanilla is one of many edible orchids in the world. Vanilla is the second most expensive spice in the world (after saffron) because its production is so labor-intensive. 

It is known to be balsamic (a soothing medicine or application having the qualities of a balsam.

Vanilla is widely used as an ingredient for perfumes.

*Dilute before using

$37.00-2ml

vetiver essential oil

Vetiver

Latin Name: Vetiveria Zizanoides

Country of Origin: Sri Lanka

Method of Extraction: Steam Distilled

Cultivation: Organic

In the East, Vetiver was used to protect domestic animals from vermin. In India and Sri Lanka this oil has been referred to as "the oil of tranquility".

Vetiver is antiseptic, antispasmodic, depurative (helps combat impurity in the blood and organs), rubefacient (a substance that causes redness of the skin or warming), sedative (for the nervous system), stimulant (circulatory) and tonic

Common uses include: muscular aches and pains, poor circulation, aphrodisiac, boost immune system, acne, cuts, oily skin, wounds, arthritis,  rheumatism, sprains, stiffness, debility, depression, insomnia, and nervous tension.

$27.99-12ml

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ylang ylang extra essential oil

Ylang Ylang

Latin Name: Cananga odorata

Country: Madagascar

Method of Extraction: steam distilled

Status: non sprayed

In the Molucca Islands and in the Victorian age, ylang ylang was used in cosmetic and hair care as well as used to prevent fever , help fight infections and soothe insect bites.

Due to it's powerful scent, it is best used in a blend rather than on it's own, as it can cause headaches or nausea.

Ylang Ylang is known to be an aphrodisiac, antidepressant, anti-infectious, antiseborrheic (helps control the oily secretion from sweat glands), antiseptic, euphoric, hypotensive, nervine (strengthening and toning to the nerves and nervous system), regulator, sedative (nervous), stimulant (circulatory) and tonic.

Common uses include: insomnia, high blood pressure, acne, chronic fatigue, hair growth, insect bites, irritated and oily skin, hypernea (deep, rapid or labored breathing), tachycardia (abnormally fast resting heart rate), palpitations, depression, frigidity, impotence, nervous tension and stress-related disorders.


*A note from our supplier about the non sprayed status: "There is no need to spray the Ylang Ylang fields in Madagascar as it grows indigenously and therefore does not get any strange fungus or pests that kill the plants. If the oil is not organically certificated, it is 100% non-sprayed, but we cannot certify the area from where the plant is collected because it is too vast or too far out. Mostly, the biggest reason is that the costs to certify a massive area are too high".

$27.99-5ml

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