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Our oils are sourced from artisan distillers who know the farms and farmers where the plants are grown. The plants are the best available: organic, biodynamic, sustainably harvested, and/or wildcrafted in the most pristine regions of the Planet. No chemicals are used in the distillation process and no oils are diluted with carriers. They are bottled in violet glass to protect from damage by light.

The oils are full strength and must be used cautiously. Normally one drop every 2-3 days or as needed is sufficient. With milder oils, such a lemongrass or basil, two drops per day is not unreasonable but please do not try this with cinnamon bark or clove bud essential oil.

Note: Eucalyptus Oil is not intended for internal use.

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Basil, Sweet, Therapeutic Quality Essential, 5 ml.

Ocimum basilicum

Source: Egypt

Basil is an insect repellent and nervine, meaning it relaxes the mind and eases pain. It is a stomachic and cleans the intestines. Basil blends well with eucalyptus, frankincense, ginger, lavender, lemon, and rosemary.

Contents: steam distilled flowering tops of unsprayed Ocimum basilicum essential oil.

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Bergamot Essential Oil, certified organic, 5 ml.

Citrus bergamia

Source: Italy

Bergamot is a bitter orange, originally from Lombardi. It is highly fragrant and carminative. It helps improve the appetite and digestion and acts on intestinal parasites. It has modest antimicrobial properties and a tendency to stimulate the pancreas and liver. It can also be used vaginally for candida, often blended with geranium or lavender. Bergamot is tonifying to the nervous system and relieves tension. It is often added to blends to support emotional release and relaxation. It is somewhat phototoxic so when used topically, it is better to avoid exposure to the sunlight for three days following use.

Contents: cold pressed oil of certified organic peels of Citrus bergamia.

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Boswellia Essential Oil, certified organic, 5 ml.

Boswellia serrata

Source: India

Frankincense contains approximately 200 different chemicals and the properties vary enormously according to habitat and climate. It has long been recognized as one of the resins of choice for lifting consciousness towards the divine. Though often used as an incense, it can be taken internally in extremely small amounts, about one drop in a quart or liter of water that is sipped over two to three days. The oil has antiparasitic properties and can be handy when traveling. Because of its thickness, Boswellia Essential Oil should not used in nebulizing diffusers.

Contents: steam distilled certified organic Boswellia serrata oleogum resin.

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Cinnamon Bark Essential Oil, organic, 5 ml.

Cinnamomum burmannii

Source: Indonesia

Cinnamon is often used as a bactericide or for lowering blood sugar. It is also antifungal and antimicrobial. It is irritating and should not be used on skin; however, it can be used to purify air and reduce risks from airborne pathogens. It can also be used as a flavoring or to relieve abdominal bloating and flatulence. It combines exceptionally well with orange essential oil.

Contents: steam distilled essential oil of organic Cinnamomum burmannii bark.

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Citronella, Therapeutic Quality Essential Oil, 5 ml.

Cymbopogon nardus, unsprayed

Source: Sri Lanka

This oil is distilled from the fresh grass and is a natural insect repellent and vermifuge. It is often used to disinfect rooms and freshen the air. At low doses, it is non-toxic but it pays to test for skin sensitivity before applying to the skin or clothing. It blends well with eucalyptus, lavender, lemon, peppermint, rosemary, and tea tree.

Consider using this or a blend based predominantly on citronella in an amulet. It can also be added to the water used to mop floors, and it can be diffused using a nebulizer or candle.

Contents: steam distilled therapeutic grade essential oil of unsprayed Cymbopogon nardus.

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Clary Sage Essential Oil, organic, 5 ml.

Salvia sclarea

Source: Bulgaria

Clary sage is a plant with wide commercial and medicinal uses. Basically, it is antispasmodic and thus relieves cramps, but it is somewhat stimulating to estrogen production so this fact should be noted by those seeking to avoid such oils. For the same reason, it is something for menopausal women to consider. It is a tonic for digestion as well as the kidneys.

Contents: steam distilled aerial parts of organic Salvia sclarea.

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Clove Bud Essential Oil, organic, 5 ml

Syzygium aromaticum

Source: Madagascar

Clove bud oil is most commonly used for tooth aches but is very antimicrobial and antifungal. It is an excellent respiratory and cardiovascular aid. There is some research suggesting it normalizes thyroid function. If diluted (1% essential oil), clove oil can be used on the skin for acne, warts, scars, and parasites. It blends well with basil and cinnamon as well as lavender.

Contents: certified organic, steam distilled Syzygium aromaticum buds essential oil.

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Coriander Seed Essential Oil, unsprayed, 5 ml.

Coriandrum sativum

Source: USA

There is abundant research on the use of coriander seed essential oil for serious liver conditions and cancer, but the traditional uses are digestive. The oil is both fungicidal and larvicidal. It is also antimicrobial. Its use goes back at least 3000 years.

Contents: steam distilled essential oil of Coriandrum sativum seeds.

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Davana Essential Oil, 5 ml.

Artemisia pallens

Source: India

Davana oil has a long religious history in India, but it has numerous therapeutic benefits that have been extensively researched. Modern studies suggest that the ritualistic use of davana has a sound scientific basis as a disinfectant that is particularly beneficial where large numbers of people are gathered. The oil causes the coating of viruses to rupture so that infections do not spread. Another use of davana is more psychological and spiritual. Davana is not just relaxing, but it helps people to find composure after trauma and/or shock. It also promotes wound healing and has mild antiparasitic properties. The oil is fragrant, non-toxic but sometimes irritating, and it blends well with citrus oils.

Contents: Steam distilled Artemisia pallens flowers and stems.

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Douglas Fir Essential OIl, wild harvest, 5 ml.

Pseudotsuga menziesii

Source: Bosnia

Douglas fir is a zesty aromatic oil with a hint of lemon in the pine. Douglas fir is used as a disinfectant, room freshener, and respiratory aid. Some use it to clear their space for meditating and aligning. Though non-toxic and non-irritating, it is meant for external use. It mixes well well lavender, lemon, and rosemary.

Contents: steam distilled essential oil of wild harvested Pseudotsuga menziesii needles.

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Eucalyptus Essential Oil, organic, 5 ml.

Eucalyptus radiata

Source: Australia

Eucalyptus is generally used as an inhalant for long-term sinus and respiratory complaints. Our species, radiata, is gentler than many forms of eucalyptus and therefore is suitable people who have spasms and other irritations. It can be used as an antimicrobial for both bacteria and viral infections. It is especially effective against staphylococcus and should be considered for use with eczema. It combines well with lemon but also can be used with peppermint and lavender.

Contents: steam distilled certified organic Eucalyptus radiata leaves essential oil.

Not for internal use.

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Fennel Essential Oil, organic, 5 ml.

Foeniculum vulgare

Source: Bulgaria

Fennel has a fragrance similar to licorice taste and is very popular in India and parts of Europe. It"s aromatic and relaxing. It is used to detoxify and strengthen the liver, relieve colic and spasms, promote healthy digestion and assimilation of nutrients, and cleanse the mouth after eating. It is antibacterial and antifungal. Some believe it promotes hormonal balance. The oil is made from the seeds and is non-toxic and non-irritating, but it should not be used during pregnancy. Despite its reputation for being estrogenic, it is anticarcinogenic and chemoprotective.

Contents: steam distilled biodynamically cultivated Foeniculum vulgare essential oil.

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Frankincense Essential Oil, B. carteri, WC, 5 ml.

Boswellia carterii

Source: Oman

Frankincense is mainly used to reduce inflammation, but it can also be applied to scars or added to drinking water to reduce the risk of parasitic infections. It is considered to be so spiritually elevating that it relieves depression. It improves breathing and promotes relaxation of a soothing and harmonizing quality. Though mainly used ritually, recent research has found significant uses in the treatment of cancer and diseases of the reproductive system and urinary tract. It is non-irritating and blends well with lavender and lemon.

Contents: steam distilled wild harvest Boswellia carterii resin.

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Frankincense Essential Oil, B. rivae, CO, 5 ml.

Source: France

This frankincense, Boswellia rivae, is used in the same manner as its cousins. The main difference is that it has a zestier aroma that lingers more than the more familiar Boswellia carteri. It is pricier because it is rare.

Contents: steam distilled certified organic Boswellia carterii resin.

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Galbanum Essential Oil, Wildcrafted, 5 ml.

Ferula galbaniflua

Source: Turkey

Galbanum has been famous for thousands of years. It was often added to bath water as well as ointments. It can also be burned as incense. It has many therapeutic benefits and is often used to alleviate scarring due to acne and toxins. It can also be considered when there are stretch marks or wrinkles due to aging. Galbanum is purifying and tissue rejuvenating. As such, it can be used to promote wound healing.

Galbanum is decongesting and this action can be seen in the nasal passages and lungs as well as blood and lymph. It is an insecticide and parasiticide and like most substances that reduce the parasite load, galbanum often alleviates the aches and pains associated with arthritis.

Contents: 100% pure steam distilled wildcrafted Ferula galbaniflua resin.

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Geranium Essential Oil, organic, 5 ml.

Pelargonium graveolens

Source: Egypt

Geranium has a very sweet floral aroma, almost like roses. It is a tiny bit astringent and is often used topically for skin regeneration. It has an action on the adrenal cortex and is therefore a little stimulating. This effect promotes improved circulation. It is often used in combination with other oils to reduce cellulite or promote hair growth. It is also used topically for athlete"s foot and other fungal infections, such as candida. Internally, it acts on the liver and pancreas. It blends very well with many other oils, including all the members of the ginger and citrus families.

Contents: steam distilled aerial parts of certified organic Pelargonium graveolens.

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Ginger Essential Oil, CO2, 5 ml

Zingiber officinale

Source: Nigeria

Ginger has very specific aromatherapy uses that are quite different from culinary and other medicinal uses. For instance, ginger is regarded as an aid to recovering memory. It is, of course, stimulating, but it is also grounding. It is anti-inflammatory and has pain relieving properties. Ginger blends well with frankincense and lemon as well as peppermint and even tea tree.

Contents: CO2 processed Zingiber officinale rhizome.

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Gingergrass Essential Oil, 5 ml.

Cymbopogon martini var. sofia

Source: India

Cymbopogon martinii is the source of two different essential oils: palmarosa and gingergrass. The gingergrass oil is used to clear sinus passages and improve blood flow. If used topically, such as a compress to the head or chest, it should be diluted. It can also be added to bath water, about 8 drops per tub of water. If used in a nebulizing diffuser, adhere to the safe operating guidelines by turning the diffuser off after 3-5 minutes. Since this spicy oil is new to our line, those who are wondering how it smells might compare it to lemongrass. It mixes well with frankincense and can be used to stimulate circulation to the head.

Contents: hydro distilled aerial parts of non-sprayed Cymbopogon martini var. sofia.

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Guaiacwood Essential Oil, 5 ml.

Bulnesia sarmientoi

Source: Paraguay

Guaiac is a very thick oil that is distilled from pieces of wood and sawdust. It is highly aromatic and because it is inexpensive, it is often used to impart character to cosmetic products. Though it is not technically Lignun vitae, the source of guaiacum, it is so similar that it is often substituted when used medicinally. It has traditionally been used to treat diseases caused by spirochetes. It is also often used to treat arthritis, which in many cases may be due to parasitic or spirochete infection. The oil is very thick but pours easily if warmed.

Contents: steam distilled essential oil of Bulnesia sarmientoi wood.

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Peru Balsam Essential Oil, 5 ml.

Myroxylon pereirae

Source: El Salvador

Peru Balsam is too thick to use in a nebulizing diffuser, but it has a marvelous aroma and many therapeutic benefits. It is often used as a fixative in blends due to its properties and vanilla-like scent. It has a specific action on the bacteria causing tuberculosis and works both to suppress coughing and eliminate the disease. It is also used in dentistry on dry sockets. It can be combined with other ingredients to make wound treatment ointments and make suppositories for hemorrhoids.

Contents: steam distilled unsprayed Myroxylon pereirae resin.

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