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Eucalyptus Essential Oil has a cooling effect on muscles and alleviating pain and enhancing circulation. Locally known as “Southern Blue Gum”, Eucalyptus is found in the forests of Australia and has seen centuries of use for the alleviation of sinus and lung congestion, muscular aches and pains and inflammation.  Blends well with: Peppermint,Thyme, Rosemary, Marjoram, Lavender, and Cedarwood. How to…

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Most Cypress oils are distilled in Southern France. Cypress was well known to the ancient Egyptians who used it extensively in their mummification processes and the ancient Greeks dedicated the tree to Pluto, god of the underworld – thus the traditional use of the trees in cemeteries. The essential oil of Cypress is steam distilled…

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Clary Sage Oil receives its name from the Latin word “clarus,” meaning “clarifying” or “cleansing.” Historically, the seeds of this plant were believed to contribute to the health of the eyes and to improve vision, hence it earned a name meaning “clear eye” or “bright eye.” Clary sage is fresh and light, and is classified…

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Ancient Egyptians revered blue chamomile for its therapeutic benefits, and chamomile was widely used in Latin American folk medicine. Used since ancient times, and known as “German chamomile”, this cousin of the daisy is also among the gentlest of oils, ideal for children, the elderly, and those with sensitive skin. Its ability to nourish and…

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Cardamom essential oil is steam distilled from the dried seeds of the cardamom fruit. The resulting oil has a warm, spicy, fruity, and balsamic aroma and is clear to pale yellow in colour. Cardamom is valued as one of the most expensive spices in the world after saffron and vanilla due to its unique flavour…

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White camphor essential oil is a middle note with an intense and woody aroma. Popular in topical salves for occasional achy muscles and in essential oil blends to support healthy breathing. It was a well known remedy against the plague in Persia, now Iran and was also used in embalming, while the Chinese used it to…

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Black pepper is one of the oldest spices. Its uses date back to the Greeks, Romans, and Egyptians. The spice pepper was first recorded around 3,000 years ago in ancient Indian Sanskrit texts, although it was actually long pepper that was most popular then and India’s most valuable export. Due to its high value, the…

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An ingredient in the original Eau de Cologne from the 18th Century, this oil is most recognizable as the scent of Earl Grey tea. Citrusy and Fruity, this aromatic oil is produced by the cells inside the rind of bergamot orange fruit. This oil is a gentle ally in alleviating stress. Also, good for treating skin…

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Thyme is an evergreen perennial shrub that grows to about 18 inches and has a woody root system and a many branched stem. The plant is aromatic with small elliptical leaves and white or purple flowers. It now grows all over the world but originally grew in the Mediterranean area. Thyme is an ancient herb that…

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Spikenard comes from Nepal and the Himalayan mountains. The plant is a flowering plant and belongs to the Valerian family and is called Nardostahys jatamansi. It is harvested by removing a portion of the root bundles in early spring. It may take years to produce roots large enough to harvest. Spikenard is known for its…

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