• ​5 - 7 drops added to one cup of Whole Milk to bath water to rejuvenate the skin.

(Thuja occidentalis)


  • 2 drops added to hot bath water for getting rid of toxins in the body.

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(Cinnamomum zeylanicum)

Country of Origin:  Canada

A colorless to pale yellowy-green liquid with a sharp, fresh, camphoraceous odor.  Acts as an astringent, antirheumatic, insect repellant, and emmenagogue.


  • 2 drops added to towel doused with cold water to relieve Migraines.

Herbal/Folk Tradition

Used in many culture for their aromatic and medicinal values to treat fever, intestinal, parasite, digestive and menstrual problems.  It also serves as a stimulant and an insect repellent.  It is used in Chinese traditional medicine for rheumatic pain.

SAFETY DATA  Non-toxic, non-irritant, causes dermatitis in some individuals.

Cinnamon Leaf

Herbal/Folk Tradition

It has been used in the East for thousands of years for a variety of complaints, including colds, flu, digestive and menstrual problems, rheumatism, kidney troubles and as a general stimulant.  Also used for flatulent colic and dyspepsia with nausea.


  • ​1 - 2 drops added to diffuser to aid in balancing emotions.

​​​​​​​​                                          some.  Use in dilution only with care, in moderation.  Avoid during pregnancy.


  • 1 - 2 drops added to diffuser to protect against mosquito attacks.

SAFETY DATA  Externally the oil is relatively non-toxic;  it can cause acute local irritation and possible sensitization in

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Cedar Wood


  • ​1 drop added to massage oil to help ease joints and muscles. 

Blends well with...

Bergamot

Clary Sage

Jasmine

Neroli

Rose

​Lavender

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SAFETY DATA  Non-toxic; non-irritant;  may cause dermatitis in some individuals.  Avoid during pregnancy.

​(Cymbopogon nardus)


  • ​3 - 5 drops added to a salt bath to help relieve arthritis pains and aches.

Cedar Leaf

Blends well with...

Geranium

Lemon

Bergamot

Orange

Cedarwood

​Pine

(Juniperus virginiana)

Available in:

1/4 oz -   $8.95

1/2 oz - $14.95

   1 oz - $22.95


  • ​1 - 3 drops added to diffuser to help fight depression and anxiety.

Country of Origin:  Sri Lanka

A yellow-brown, mobile liquid with a fresh, powerful, lemony scent.  Aids as antiseptic, bactericidal, diuretic, fungicidal, insecticide.

Blends well with...

Lavender

Pine

Tea Tree

Coriander

and various Spice Oils

Celery Seed

SAFETY DATA  Non-toxic, non-irritant, causes dermatitis in some individuals.

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(Cinnamomum verum)


  • ​1 - 2 drops added to diffuser to aid in calming and relaxing.

(German)


  • ​4 - 6 drops added with Witch Hazel in a bath to help ease hemorrhoids.

Country of Origin:  India

A pale yellow or orange oil with a spicy warm, sweet, long-lasting odor. Aids in helping with its antirheumatic, antioxidant and antiseptic nature.  


  • 1 - 2 drops added to conditioner or shampoo to deal with greasy hair.


  • Cinnamon Bark Essential Oil should be avoided for use in bath.

Country of Origin:  Italy

A pale blue liquid (turning yellow on keeping) with a warm, sweet, fruity-herbaceous scent.  Acts as an analgesic, bactericidal, and digestive aid.


  • ​1 drop added to diffuser to help open airways and relieve congestion.


  • 1 - 2 drops added to carrier oil or lotion to promote skin health.

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SAFETY DATA  Bark Oil is a dermal toxin, irritant and sensitizer; also irritant to the mucous membranes.

Available in:

1/4 oz - $15.95

1/2 oz - $25.95

   1 oz - $41.95

Herbal/Folk Tradition

Used by Native American Tribes for its healing properties for respiratory infections, especially in those with excessive mucus buildup.  Extracts combined with other extracts of leaves, bark, twigs and fruit, were used to treat a variety of ailments, including arthritis, kidney infections, and skin rashes. 


  • ​1 drop added to hand lotion at act as bactericidal against colds and influenza.

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 Inhalation Application

SAFETY DATA  Non-toxic, non-irritant, possible sensitization.  Avoid during pregnancy.

(Apium graveolens)

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SAFETY DATA  Non-toxic, non-irritant, causes dermatitis in some individuals.

Blends well with...

Ylang Ylang

Orange

Mandarin

Benzoin

And Oils of the Orient

Blends well with...

Sandalwood

Rose

Juniper

Patchouli

Benzoin

​Vetiver

Herbal/Folk Tradition

Used in ancient civilizations as an incense for ritual purposes.  An extract of leaves has been used for coughs, fever, intestinal parasites and cystitis.  The ointment has been used for rheumatism, gout, warts, psoriasis, and other ailments.

  Topical Application

SAFETY DATA  Leaf Oil is relatively non-toxic; possibly irritant because of the cinnamaldehyde.  Use in moderation.

SAFETY DATA  Oral toxin - poisonous due to high thujone content.  Abortifacient.

Country of Origin:  USA

A pale yellow or orange oily liquid with a mild sweet-balsamic, "pencil-wood" scent.

SAFETY DATA  Non-toxic, non-irritant, causes dermatitis in some individuals.

Herbal/Folk Tradition

This herb has a long-standing medicinal tradition, especially in Europe, for tension and visceral symptoms.  Nervous dyspepsia, nervous bowel, tension headaches, sleeplessness, calming, even useful for all children's conditions, have been some of the uses for this herb.

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  • 1 - 2 drops added to carrier oil to repel mosquitoes, fleas, and ticks.

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SAFETY DATA  Non-toxic, non-irritant, possible sensitization.  Avoid during pregnancy.

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SAFETY DATA  Bark Oil is a dermal toxin, irritant and sensitizer; also irritant to the mucous membranes.


  • ​2 - 3 drops added to milk in foot bath to aid in treating fungus on the feet.

Available in:

1/4 oz -   $5.95

1/2 oz -   $8.95

   1 oz - $14.95

Chamomile


  • ​1 drop added to hand lotion to double as mosquito repellent. 

Available in:

1/4 oz -   $5.95

1/2 oz -   $8.95

   1 oz - $14.95

Country of Origin:  Egypt

An inky-blue viscous liquid with a strong, sweetish warm-herbaceous odor.  Aids in being an analgesic, anti-inflammatory, fungicidal, and digestive aid.

(Matricaria chamomilla)

Chamomile

Available in:

1/16 oz - $29.95

  1/8 oz - $39.95

  1/4 oz - $64.95

SAFETY DATA  Oral toxin - poisonous due to high thujone content.  Abortifacient.

Blends well with...

Geranium

Lavender

Patchouli

Ylang Ylang

Jasmine

Country of Origin:  Sri Lanka

 A yellow to brownish liquid with a warm-spicy, somewhat harsh odor. Acts as antidiarrheal, antiseptic, astringent, and parasiticide, spasmolytic, stomachic, and  vermifuge.

(Chamaemelum nobile)

Herbal/Folk Tradition

Used historically for bladder and kidney complaints, digestive upsets and menstrual problems.  The leaves were used for skin ailments.  It was useful for gout, neuralgia and rheumatoid arthritis.  It was found to have regenerative effect on the liver.


  • 1 - 3 drops added to diffuser to help with inflammation of respiratory tract.

Cedar (Leaf) - Citronella

Cedar (Leaf) - Citronella

Citronella

Blends well with...

Cedar Wood

Neroli

Geranium

Lavender

Pine Needle

Herbal/Folk Tradition

It has been used in the East for thousands of years for a variety of complaints, including colds, flu, digestive and menstrual problems, rheumatism, kidney troubles and as a general stimulant.  Also used for flatulent colic and dyspepsia with nausea.


  • 1 - 2 drops added to carrier lotion to help with eczema and psoriasis.


  • ​3 - 5 drops added to massage oil to release toxins during massage.

Available in:

1/4 oz -   $6.95

1/2 oz - $11.95

   1 oz - $18.95

OUR ESSENTIAL OILS

SAFETY DATA  Leaf Oil is relatively non-toxic; possibly irritant because of the cinnamaldehyde.  Use in moderation.


  • ​3 - 5 drops added to bath water to aid in aiding neuralgia, migraines, fatigue.

SAFETY DATA  Externally the oil is relatively non-toxic;  it can cause acute local irritation and possible sensitization in

Available in:

1/16 oz - $22.95

  1/8 oz - $36.95

  1/4 oz - $58.95

OUR ESSENTIAL OILS

 Bathing Application

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SAFETY DATA  Non-toxic; non-irritant;  may cause dermatitis in some individuals.  Avoid during pregnancy.


  • ​1 - 2 drops added to a diffuser, helps protect your mind to stress and worries.

DISCLAIMER: The following information is for educational purposes only, and is not intended to diagnose, treat, cure, or prevent any disease.  This information has not been evaluated by the Food and Drug Administration.   The National Association for Hollistic Aromatherapy (NAHA)  recommends the following items: As with all essential oils, never use undiluted without an appropriate carrier for external usage as described. Avoid contact with eyes or mucus membranes.  Women who are pregnant or trying to become pregnant, should use caution with some essential oils, and should consultDo not take internally unless working with a qualified and expert practitioner. Keep out of reach of children. If topically applying an essential oil to skin through carrier, perform a small patch test to an insensitive part of the body, to determine usability.  Essential oils are highly flammable substances and should be kept away from direct contact with flames, such as candles, fire, matches, cigarettes, and gas cookers.

Cinnamon Bark

Herbal/Folk Tradition

Has had a medical reputation in Europe for over 2,000 years.  It has been employed by the ancient Egyptians, the Moors, and was one of the nine sacred herbs of the Saxons, which was alternately called "maythen."  It was held to be the "plant's physician," since it promoted the health of nearby plants.

Available in:

1/4 oz - $36.95

1/2 oz - $60.95

   1 oz - $97.95

Country of Origin:  Sri Lanka

A yellow to brownish liquid with a warm-spicy, somewhat harsh odor. Acts as antidiarrheal, antiseptic, astringent, and parasiticide, spasmolytic, stomachic, and  vermifuge.


  • 1 - 2 drops added to diffuser to relieve the respiratory system of congestion.

Blends well with...

Clove

Grapefruit

Petitgrain

Rose

​Ylang Ylang

​​​​​​​​​                                          some.  Use in dilution only with care, in moderation.  Avoid during pregnancy.