Essential Oils are remarkably clever. Their capabilities are endless on both physical and mental levels. Each one has it’s own unique set of properties which combined with other essential oils make the most powerful remedies believable.
This might sound a little over the top but it really isn't. Each one is effective but their power when synergistically combined is limitless. And this is before we even talk about their beautiful fragrances -another aspect that is magnified by expert blending. The power of fragrance to transport imagination to memories make them even more spectacular in that they can affect your physiology on both mental and physical levels making a powerhouse of treatments in just a few tiny drops.
All our essential oils are organic which result in a more crystal fragrance and no trace of chemicals in our serums whatsoever.
Today, lavender is the most used essential oil in the world. Ancient texts tell us that lavender essential oil has been used for medicinal and religious purposes for over 2,500 years. The Romans used it for bathing, cooking and for scenting the air.
Researchers from China have recently discovered that lavender essential oil helps your body produce three of your bodies most powerful antioxidants, glutathione, catalase, and SOD within 22 hours of using lavender essential oil.
Lavender essential oil is a synergistic essential oil which means that it lends itself to whichever oils it is blended with and actually boosts the other oils properties and helps them blend seamlessly together.
ANTIOXIDANT, ANTISEPTIC, ASTRINGENT, DIGESTIVE, DIURETIC, FUNGICIDAL, RESPORATIVE, STIMULANT, TONIC, INSECTICIDAL, ANTIDEPRESSANT, DECONGESTANTAn organic essential oil.
Rosmarinus officinalisCountry of Origin Tunisia
Rosemary can often smell just like eucalyptus and it shares many of the same properties so it is really useful for the treatment of coughs and colds. It can be used in blends for saggy skin as it is such a strong astringent. It is also good for achy muscles and heavy legs.
Rosemary is probably best know for its ability to keep you alert. Roman soldiers were said to have kept a sprig of Rosemary behind their ears during long battles to keep them awake!!
A more scientific reasoning is that ‘ Research indicates that inhaling rosemary oil helps prevent the breakdown of acetylcholine, a brain chemical important for thinking and concentration. Trusted source https://www.healthline.com/nutrition/rosemary-oil-benefits#TOC_TITLE_HDR_2
Because Rosemary Essential Oil is so stimulating it is not recommended for people who have epilepsy, high blood pressure or who are pregnant.10ml - glass bottle with cap & integral dropper.
ANTIOXIDANT - HORMONAL BALANCER - ANTIBACTERIAL - SOOTHING, ANTICEPTIC, ANTISPASMODIC, ASTRINGENT, DECONGESTANT, DIGESTIVE, DIURETIC, TONIC, INSECTICIDEAn organic essential oil.
Country of Origin Brazil
Similar to Peppermint but gentler and less powerful so ideal for use on children who love its sweet minty fragrance.
Spearmint can be used as a decongestant; to ease hiccups; calm nausea; to soothe stomach and headaches.
Like Rosemary essential Oil, Spearmint aids concentration so used in a diffuser this oil would work well to fragrance a room whilst studying.
For ways to use Spearmint Essential Oil go to How to Make Aromatherapy Blends.The compound (-)-carvone, which is naturally found in spearmint, has been shown to strongly inhibit muscle contractions in the digestive tract, which may explain how this herb helps relieve digestive upsets
10ml - glass bottle with cap & integral dropper.
Additionally, it has been shown to work against bacteria that cause food borne illnesses, including E. coli and Listeria https://www.healthline.com/nutrition/spearmint#TOC_TITLE_HDR_12
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