Essential Oils

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  • Anise

    Anise may help to calm a nervous stomach and support healthy digestive function. Massage onto the abdomen to help ease flatulence. Used in aromatherapy, it may help to reduce coughs and excess mucus. CAUTION: Do not use topically on children under 5 due to the strong possibility of skin irritation. Pregnant woman should use caution as they often become more sensitive.
  • Basil

    Basil is used in aromatherapy for it's antiseptic, expectorant and antispasmodic qualities. The essential oil is very helpful in easing respiratory issues. Basil may help relieve mental fatigue and give the mind strength and clarity. It may be helpful to ease anxiety and depression.
  • Bay is used in Aromatherapy to support the digestive system, reproductive system and relieve general respiratory congestion. Its warming effects ease pain associated with sprains and aches in general. Bay may be used on the scalp and hair to help stimulate growth, reduce dandruff and tone the skin. CAUTION: Should not be used for children under 2 years of age. When using in a massage oil use low dilutions as it may cause skin irritations.
  • Bergamot

    Bergamot may help to ease anxiety, depression and nervous tension. It's cooling properties may be helpful to reduce fevers. It is also an excellent deodorant and insect repellent, it does need to be re-applied often for it to be effective. In aromatherapy it may be used as a disinfectant, helpful for those with recurrent attacks of cystitis or other urinary infections, may also be helpful to reduce pain and inflammation. CAUTION: Phototoxic - Avoid direct sunlight or tanning beds for up to 24 hours after applying it to the skin. If it has been applied to an area that will not be in direct sunlight or UV rays than there is no concern.
  • 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.
  • Cajeput

    Cajeput has slightly warming qualities which may support circulation. It's calming properties may help to reduce stress and support a restful sleep. Used in aromatherapy to help relieve muscular aches and pains and reduce symptoms of gastric problems. Cajeput essential oil may also be a useful disinfectant and insect repellent.
  • Camphor

    Camphor is used in aromatherapy to help clear the lungs, open up the senses, help bring clarity to the mind and calm nervous depression. CAUTION: Avoid during pregnancy. Do not use with seizure disorders. Do not use on children under 5 years of age. Consult a certified aromatherapist for proper dosage.
  • Cardamom

    Cardamom is used in aromatherapy for digestive support. It is known to stimulate the appetite and calm a nervous stomach. It is a warming oil and can be used to reduce cold symptoms, clear congestion as well as relieve muscle pain. It has a reputation as an aphrodisiac and is supportive where sexual weakness such as impotence and frigidity are of concern. It is great in a diffuser when spirits need to be lifted and to bring clarity and joy.
  • 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.
  • Cedarwood is used in aromatherapy to support lymphatic drainage and help to stimulate the breakdown of fat. It may help to support the respiratory system and relieve minor skin issues.
  • This oil has a balancing effect on emotions and is a popular choice in aromatherapy to promote relaxation, reduce muscular tension and to help with stress related conditions and insomnia. It is an especially gentle, safe and effective oil to use with children, particularly to soothe and calm at night.
  • Cinnamon bark essential oil is one of the best oils for improving circulation and a very supportive oil for the heart. It is empowering to the will and helps to stimulate the mind. A great oil to use in a diffuser when studying as it helps to bring focus and clarity. This deeply rich and warming oil is also known to improve sexual desire and function. Cinnamon bark oil has a high percentage of aldehyde and is not recommended for use on the skin as it can be irritating. Cinnamon leaf oil has a very low percentage of aldehyde and is more suitable to use in a massage oil. CAUTION: Avoid during pregnancy.