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Enhance the romance by dispersing this loving aroma in the air. Create the ambience of amour and enjoy your evening. Ingredients: Essential Oils of Bergamot, Palmarosa, Rose and Sandalwood. How to use: Add 4 to 5 drops to a diffuser to create a loving atmosphere. May be added into a carrier oil or base cream and…

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Orange Grove is perfect mix for increasing energy and refreshing the senses. This lovely scent revives and cleans stale environments while offering a feel good aroma. This recipe will also help reduce bacteria. The uplifting scents of Orange and Neroli refreshes the mind and spirit relieving anxiety and depression. In Indigenous culture Cedarwood was known to…

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The specially formulated Pacific Forest recipe evokes memories of that natural place where we come from. The refreshing scent of forest air, damp moss, rain and wet tree trunk. The flowers and the needle covered pathways. Feel the body begin to relax. Your breath becomes easier and deeper at the same time. You start to…

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Coriander comes from the same plant as Cilantro, so they share the same botanical name. The plant is part of the Apiaceae (Umbelliferae)family and is often referred to as Spanish Cilantro. The herb is native to the Mediterranean and Middle Eastern regions. It grows to just over three feet in height and is an annual…

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Palo Santo (Spanish for “holy stick”), is a wild tree native from the Yucatán Peninsula to Peru and Venezuela. Found in seasonally dry tropical forests, it is used for incense, aromatic oil and indigenous medicine. The oil is steam distilled from the heartwood of the tree. Palo Santo, used for calming panic attacks and anxiety,…

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Petitgrain oil comes from the bitter orange tree and was originally extracted from the immature fruit. Today, it is extracted from the green branches and leaves. Native to Southern China, the bitter orange tree was brought to Paraguay in the 19th century, and now flourishes in this part of the world. This species was also…

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The Pelargonium plant family is native to South Africa and was brought to Europe in the 17th. century. The first cultivation and distillation of the plant into essential oil was in France. At some point, a wide number of countries began to produce the essential oil and contribute to its distribution around the world. It…

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Sandalwood has a long history of use. Mentioned in old Sanskrit and Chinese manuscripts, the oil was used in religious rituals, and many deities and temples were carved from its wood. The essential oil is obtained from the steam distillation of chips and billets cut from the heartwood of various species of Sandalwood trees (e.g….

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Easter Hemlock also called Canadian hemlock and hemlock spruce is a coniferous tree in the pine family (Pinaceae). Eastern hemlock’s natural range extends east west from Nova Scotia to Minnesota and Missouri, and south to Georgia and Alabama. Of the eight species of hemlock (Tsuga spp) in the world, eastern hemlock is the only one…

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Melissa or Lemon Balm has been described as a boost for the brain, strengthening the memory and great for chasing away melancholy. Melissa is the Greek word for honey bee and the sweet citrus fragrance is very attractive to bees. Melissa is also known as lemon balm and is known in Hebrew as Bal-Smim which…

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