• Birch

    Used in aromatherapy for its pain relieving effect on the joints and muscles and for treating respiratory problems. It can help to stimulate the nervous system and lift feelings of depression. CAUTION: Avoid if allergic to aspirin, pregnant or breastfeeding. Very potent oil and may cause skin irritation – dilute well.
  • Western Red Cedarwood is used in aromatherapy as a powerfully anti-microbial and anti-fungal. It may help support the healing process and is used to ease fungus conditions. It is useful around the house to deter insects and as a disinfectant and cleaning agent. CAUTION: Consult a Certified Aromatherapist for proper dosage.
  • Refreshing emotionally and mentally uplifting, Grand Fir is used in aromatherapy as a relaxant to the nervous system and to help relieve muscle spasms. May help to support the respiratory system where fluid and mucous are present. CAUTION: Potent oil – dilute well.
  • This grown-in-BC gem is distinguishably unique with a calm earthy-sweet scent. Lavender is known as the mother of all essential oils with more versatility than any other essential oil. Used in aromatherapy, Lavender helps to relieve nervousness, irritability, worry, frustration and supports restful sleep. May help to relieve minor skin conditions and pain.