- Steam distilled. 100 % Pure Therapeutic grade
- Contains no soy, dairy or gluten.
- For external use only.
Bergamot; a member of the citrus family has a sweet-yet-tart smell with floral and spicy notes. This essential oil is highly fragrant and is a very versatile scent and pairs well with many other essential oils.
Did you know that bergamot gives Earl Grey tea its notable scent?
Eucalyptus has a sharp and uplifting mint like scent that is instantly recognizable. This essential oil from the Eucalyptus tree in Australia, has a long history of use in natural and traditional medicine around the world.
To use on the skin, use a mixture of 25% Eucalyptus oil to 75% carrier oil. Examples of carrier oils are Olive, Grapeseed, Jojoba, Sweet Almond, Hemp, Sunflower or any pure vegetable oil.
Frankincense essential oil is distilled from the resin and has an aromatic earthy scent with musty pine notes, and citrus notes with spicy undertones. It has some similarities to rosemary.
The most popular of all the essential oils, lavender is floral, fresh, sweet, and sometimes slightly fruity. Lavender is often thought of in relation to stress relief and as a sleep aid.
Lemongrass is described as fresh, lemony, grassy, earthy, and sweet. Most people find the aroma of lemongrass to be attractive, but, it has a strong scent; a little goes a long way. If too much is used it may overpower other essential oils in a combination.
Patchouli has a strong, sweet scent that falls into the musky-earthy category. Due to its strong fragrance, it’s often used as a base scent in candles and perfumes. Patchouli smells sweet, spicy and musky.
The scent of Peppermint oil is cooling and refreshing due to it's main chemical compound menthol. Its taste is similar. It is responsible for the coolness in your mouth when consuming mint candies.