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100% PURE ESSENTIAL OIL / THERAPEUTIC GRADE

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Our emotions and feelings within our bodies are often generated by our senses, something that essential oils can stimulate.

The essential oils are created via steamed distillation, so no harsh chemicals residue is found in the oils. They are 100% concentrated compounds that come directly from the plants and can bear the healing or therapeutic benefits of that plant.

 

The 100% pure oils in combination can restore balance and wellness for you and your home by supporting stress relief/deeper sleeping, headache relief, nasal congestion relief, anti-bacterial/anti-allergen, mosquito repellent and aid concentration.

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BLENDS FOR YOUR HOME & HEALTH

Lavender + Sweet Orange = Sleep & Stress Relief

Sweet Orange + Cinnamon + Pine = Energising (Santas Favourite)

Eucalyptus + Pine + Rosemary = Decongest & Breathe

Lemon + Peppermint + Tea tree = Immune Booster

Eucalyptus + Tea tree = Anti-bacterial & Anti-allergen

Lavender + Sweet Orange + Peppermint = Pleasant Mood

Lime + Peppermint + Rosemary = Enliven & Focus

Peppermint + Eucalyptus + Tea tree = Mosquito Repellent

There are many more blends to try. Get blending and let us know what you find to be your favourite!

 
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Ginger

Extracted part: Root

Ginger essential oil has a powerful scent. A drop or two of ginger essential oil will add an interesting tone to mixtures, especially those containing other spicy oils. Ginger essential oil has a warm, fresh, fiery and woody-spicy aroma.

You can diffuse it in the essential oil in any diffuser to help create a balanced, grounded feeling. If you feel your energy lagging in the late afternoon, diffuse this essential oil for an extra emotional boost.

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Lavender

Extracted part: Flower

This relaxing lavender essential oil can help naturally restore balance to a busy and hectic lifestyle. The oil is created by steam distilling the flower heads of the sweet-scented herb, and has been grown all over the world for hundreds of years.

 

Lavender essential oil is one of the most popular and versatile essential oils used in aromatherapy. The essential oil promotes relaxation and understood to support you against anxiety, nausea, allergies, depression, menstrual cramps, eczema, insomnia and fungal infections.

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Lime

Extracted part: Fruit

Lime essential oil is an astringent, refreshing and reviving essential oil. Lime essential oil is energising both to the body and mind. It is revitalising to tired muscles and uplifting to the spirit. It has a fresh, sharp, fruity-citrus aroma.

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Pine

Extracted part: Needle & Cone

Pine essential oil has fresh, bracing, antibacterial and stimulating properties. It has a positive, strengthening affect on both the mind and body. Pine essential oil is refreshing and quickly clears the head and revitalises the body.

It is believed to have cleansing, stimulating, uplifting, and invigorating effects. When diffused, its purifying and clarifying properties are known to positively impact the mood by clearing the mind of stresses, energising the body to help eliminate fatigue, enhancing concentration, and promoting a positive outlook.

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Tea Tree

Extracted part: Leaf

Originating in Australia, the Aborigines used the oil as a traditional medicine for centuries. The native Australians crushed tea tree leaves to extract the oil, which is then inhaled to treat coughs and colds or applied directly to the skin for healing purposes.

The leaves and twigs from this plant are steam distilled to capture the best possible properties. When used in an electronic diffuser, the tea tree oil gives a warm, spicy scent and boosts immunity, eliminates bacteria, fights infections, reduces anxiety, and relieves insomnia as well as congestion.

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Cinnamon

Extracted part: Leaf

Cinnamon leaf essential oil essential oil is a strong antiseptic and has a cleansing effect. It has anti-fungal, anti-viral, bactericidal, warming, stimulating, energising and uplifting properties.

 

Cinnamon leaf essential oil has a warm, spicy, oriental and somewhat harsh odour, making it a lovely room fragrance.

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Lemon

Extracted part: Fruit

Lemon essential oil is astringent, antibacterial, refreshing and a skin tonic. It is revitalising and uplifting helping to keep a clear mind. Lemon essential oil has proven to be highly beneficial in body skincare for oily and teenage complexions, encouraging the skin to remain healthy and vibrant. Lemon essential oil is also useful in maintaining healthy digestion.

It has a very light, fresh and sweet aroma.

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Patchouli

Extracted part: Leaf

Patchouli essential oil is a relaxing, sensual and soothing essential oil. The soothing, regenerative and antiseptic properties of patchouli essential oil make it invaluable in skin care preparations for dry, mature, problem or itchy skin. A very popular oil in the 1960s.

The cheerful bushy plant has an earthy, oriental and sensual aroma.

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Rosemary

Extracted part: Leaf, Flower & Twigs

Rosemary essential oil is invigorating, enlivening and energising, giving clarity to the mind and aiding concentration. Rosemary essential oil is a toning essential oil for the body, helpful with muscular fatigue. It's beneficial in hair care preparations, giving a healthy shine to hair. Also, the oil is useful in maintaining a healthy immune system.

It has a penetrating, fresh, woody-balsamic and minty aroma.

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Eucalyptus

Extracted part: Leaf

Initially native to Australia, eucalyptus trees are now grown all over the world and used for their medicinal assets. Their therapeutic power comes from the oil produced from the tree’s oval-shaped leaves.

 

The leaves are dried, crushed, and distilled to release the essential oil. There are a number of benefits of using eucalyptus oil, the main being relieving a cough and clearing the mucus in your chest. The oil can also help clean the air you breather and prevent mosquitoes in the summer months.

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Lemongrass

Extracted part: Lemongrass

An essential oil that has been extracted through the process of steam distillation of dried lemongrass. It has a subtle, fresh, mild citrus fragrance. Lemongrass oil has a calming effect on the nervous system as it is a natural stress reliever, as well as an energiser for the mind. Lemongrass can be blended with lavender for the best relaxation aromatherapy results.

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Peppermint

Extracted part: Leaf

Peppermint is a hybrid mint that’s a cross between spearmint and watermint, making it a fragrant herb in the mint family. It can be found naturally in North America and Europe.

 

Peppermint essential oil is extracted from the leaves of the peppermint plant and is used for a variety of different purposes, such as relieving gastrointestinal discomfort, easing nausea, and alleviating pain. When simply used in an aromatherapy diffuser the refreshing scent of Peppermint invigorates the senses with a natural, beautiful scent.

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Sweet Orange

Extracted part: Fruit

A fresh sweet smelling essential oil that is amazingly versatile with other essential oils because of its uplifting aroma. When used in our electronic diffuser, sweet orange essential oil can help to create a feeling of happiness and warmth. This makes it a popular choice for aromatherapy, but it can also be used in homemade cleaning products and to diffuse stale smelling rooms.