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Lemon Eucalyptus oil is derived from a lemon-scented blue gum eucalyptus plant, a tall tree with smooth bark. With many topical benefits, Lemon Eucalyptus essential oil provides powerful antioxidant support to the skin. The Australian Aboriginals considered lemon eucalyptus a fever-reducer, a solution for gastric problems, and a remedy for infectious diseases. The same herb…

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This recipe of relaxing therapeutic oils help promote a good night’s sleep and an enjoyable sleeping experience. Sweet Dreams may help to alleviate insomnia and improve the quality and length of sleep. Sweet Dreams has an herbaceous and citrus aroma that is pleasantly relaxing and nurturing. The Lavender and German Chamomile oils work together to…

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Frankincense oil has been in use since biblical times and was one of the gifts of the wise men to the infant Jesus. Still in use today in many churches and temples, it instills a sense of calm and a connection to the divine, making it ideal for prayer and meditation.  A powerful astringent and…

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Magi’s Gifts Body Butter

The ingredients in this recipe were given as gifts to honour kings and deities. The therapeutic oils in this ancient recipe have been used to help support health and wellness in Chinese and Ayurvedic medicine for more than 4000 years. According to numerous historians, many ancient scripts that referenced gold were in fact references to…

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The Maya, Aztec and Inca civilizations used the balsam of this tree to treat wounds and ease the symptoms of rheumatism, asthma and colds. Peruvians have used the balsam to reduce coughs, remedy bronchitis and reduce fevers; while in India it has been used to stop bleeding, remove worm, and as a diuretic. Balsam Fir…

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Star Anise is an evergreen tree native to Asia and can grow up to 35 feet high. It is native to Egypt, Greece, Crete and Asia Minor and was grown by the ancient Egyptians and Indo China.  The fruits can be eaten fresh or dried, but the leaves are poisonous. Star Anise has been used…

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Black spruce essential oil is sometimes called black pine, is steam distilled from the needles and twigs of Picea mariana. This oil has a fresh, lightly balsamic aroma, with somewhat sweeter undertones compared to other pine essential oils. It is remnant of the smells of the Canadian outdoors. Indigenous peoples of North America used this…

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Spearmint is commonly known as the minty, breath-freshening flavouring agent used in oral hygiene products such as toothpaste and mouthwash. It is Spearmint that leaves a cool, tingling sensation that leaves the mouth feeling clean. Spearmint gets its name from its spear-shaped leaves and is believed to be the oldest member of the Mint family….

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Rosemary was once considered sacred by the ancient Greeks, Egyptians, Hebrews, and Romans. Native to the Mediterranean area, Rosemary leaves and Rosemary Oil were (and still are) popularly used for culinary preparation purposes, while in Egypt the plant, as well as its extracts, were used for incense. Traditionally, Rosemary is used to reduce inflammation, relieve…

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Steam distilled from the needles of the tree most closely associated with Christmas, Pine was believed to have been used by physicians like Hippocrates to address respiratory ailments. The Pine tree’s needles were used as filling for mattresses as they were believed to have the ability to protect against fleas and lice and were also chewed,…

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