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Eucalyptus Radiata

Eucalyptus Radiata  All about the three types of Eucalyptus Where it’s from: Australia How it smells: citrusy, clean, and fresh—a fruit orchard after a spring shower How it’s made: extracted from the steamed-distilled leaves of the Eucalyptus radiata, or...

Lemon – What’s the Difference?

Lemon - What's the Difference? So many Lemon oils, but what’s really the difference? Here’s a quick breakdown to help you choose the best one for you!  Lemon — is cold-pressed from the rind & takes 75 lemons to produce one 15-ml bottle. Diffusing Lemon can help...

Eucalyptus Globulus

Eucalyptus Globulus All about the three types of Eucalyptus Where it’s from: Australia How it smells: bold, rich, and earthy—a summer day spent working in the garden How it’s made: extracted from the steam-distilled leaves of the large, aromatic eucalyptus trees of...

Clary Sage

Clary Sage  *This oil is not recommended by Dr. Jessica except when a mother is in ACTIVE labor. Clary Sage is an estrogen mimicker. Clary sage makes a beautiful gift to an expectant mom!! Helps with labor and healing after!!

Sacred Sandalwood

Sacred Sandalwood  What is Sacred Sandalwood? The ingredients are: Santalum album (Sacred Sandalwood)† wood oil †100% pure, therapeutic-grade essential oil. This sandalwood variety is native to India and is steam distilled at our partner farm in Australia’s tropical...

Sandalwood

Sandalwood Sandalwood has been used for centuries in Ayurvedic medicine for skin revitalization, yoga, and meditation. It enhances deep sleep and may help remove negative programming from cells. It is very high in sesquiterpenes which stimulate the pineal gland, a...

Laurus Nobilis (Bay Leaf)

Research Studies  Pain Relief/Discomfort - Laurus nobilis. Common names include: Sweet Bay, Sweet Laurel, and Bay Leaf. Bay laurel essential oil has comparable pain-relieving and anti-inflammatory effects to morphine and piroxicam according to research with rodents....

Ylang Ylang

Ylang Ylang  Ylang Ylang flowers have been used historically to cover the beds of newlywed couples on their wedding night. It balances male-female energies and increases feelings of love and romance. Ylang Ylang enhances spiritual attunement and increases focus of...

Xiang Mao

Xiang Mao Traditionally used as an air freshener, Xiang Mao is the sworn enemy of musty attics and salmon-scented kitchens. But banishing bad smells isn’t the only thing this oil is good for. When you feel toxic thoughts creeping in, quiet the mental chatter with...

Wintergreen

Wintergreen Oil of Wintergreen is extracted from the leaves of a small evergreen herb that grows up to 15 cm. In late spring the plant forms small white flowers. In summer red cherry shaped berries grow and last until the following spring. The crushed leaves have a...

Vetiver

Vetiver Vetiver is psychologically grounding, calming, and stabilizing. It helps us cope with stress and recover from emotional trauma. It is high in sesquiterpenes which means it’s molecules are small enough to cross the blood-brain barrier. This makes it very...