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  • Grapefruit Essential Oil

    $50.00$120.00

    Juice me up!

    The tangy fragrance of Grapefruit is full of sunshine brightness. Cheerful and stimulating, it helps to keep you alert and inspired. It is known to stimulate the skin and clear the mind. It’s also used to help reduce stress and sugar cravings, helping with weight management.

    Common Uses: Grapefruit is traditionally used as a detoxifier that is used against celluite. It is a lymphatic stimulant, and is said to help soothe the digestion and balance the metabolism. Its refreshing fragrance is useful for banishing migraines and jet lag. Use several drops in a carrier oil and apply topically (however, avoid sunlight or UV rays for 12 hours after application as this is a photo-sensitive oil). Or, diffuse several drops and enjoy the fragrance in the room.
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  • Juniper Berry Essential Oil

    $50.00$120.00

    Natural Purity

    Juniper Berries are, of course, used to make gin. But they’re also a natural antiseptic, once found to be effective against the plague, cholera and typhoid fever. They’re a powerful purifier, helping to eliminate toxins from the body especially when one has overloaded on alcohol and rich foods. The effect on the mind is energizing, strengthening and supportive.

    Common Uses: Juniper Berries are high in antioxidants. A natural antiseptic is known to support restful sleep and heart function, Juniper Berries also help with eliminating waste, purifying the body and mind. They are a tonic for oily and congested skins and are useful in regulating digestive health and liver function. Use a drop with witch hazel and distilled water as a toner for the skin. Add 5 drops to a diffuser and run it to purify the air around you, or for a good night’s rest.
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  • Lavandin Heart Essential Oil

    $50.00$120.00

    Blast away the mind fog!

    Lift your spirits with Lavandin, a hybrid plant of true lavender whose oil works to relax you and promote a sense of well-being, while sharpening your mind. It helps boost the respiratory system, and its vapours can help clear coughs and colds. A refreshing oil, this is a quick boost for when you’re mentally low.

    Common Uses: Lavandin Heart helps to refresh a tired mind and is beneficial for coughs and colds, and can help relieve stiff or aching muscles and joints. Apply several drops to a diffuser, or add 5-10 drops to a hot bath. Dilute with a carrier oil for an invigorating massage, or use topically to help heal insect bites and small wounds. Because it is not strong as actual lavender, it does not have the same sedative effects.
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  • Lavender Essential Oil

    $50.00$120.00

    Calm *AF

    Stress, tension, aches and body pains, BUH-BYE. Long used as a cure for insomnia and thanks to its sedative effects, Lavender is the king of comedown herbs. Diffuse it in your space or use topically to help with infections like fevers, to treat sunburns and bug bites, and for strains and sprains. It helps to relieve anger and exhaustion, calming the central nervous system and soothing and cleansing the spirit.

    Common Uses: Lavender essential oil has been known for its antiseptic, analgesic and skin and wound-healing properties. Its sedative properties – which may be viable in treating manic depression – help bring down blood pressure and calm palpitations. For general relaxation, rub 2 drops of Lavender into the palms of your hands or wrists; hold them close to your face, then inhale deeply. Or, rub a drop or two onto the soles of your feet. Add 5 drops to a diffuser and allow the vapours to permeate your home or office space. A drop or two of Lavender on your pillow may lead to better sleep. To treat headaches, use a drop or two of Lavender and massage around the neck or temples. Reduce the itch and swelling from bug stings and bites or burns by rubbing a drop or two of Lavender onto the affected area. Make a cold compress with a few drops of Lavender on a towel to soothe fevers and burns.
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  • Lemon Essential Oil

    $50.00$120.00

    Bright in a Bottle

    When life gives you lemons, you can make much more than lemonade! Long known as a cleansing agent thanks to their antiseptic and antibacterial properties, luscious lemons make for a cleansing and detoxifying oil that brings mental clarity, direction and awareness, leaving you feeling lively and invigorated. Cool and refreshing, Lemon essential oil is a burst of sunshine that helps with immunity and is a tonic for the body.

     

    Common uses: Lemon has antibacterial and antimicrobial properties that have made it the go-to oil for helping to kill bacteria and help boost the immune system. It’s a stimulant for the lymphatic system, which helps clear the body of toxins. It can help with morning sickness, nausea and digestive issues. Add 5 drops to a diffuser and allow the fragrance to permeate the space. It’s also an effective room deodorizer used in this way. Or, add a few drops to a carrier oil and apply topically to the stomach for digestive complaints, and to the temple and back of the neck for headaches and nausea. Avoid sunlight for 12 hours after application, as Lemon is phototoxic.
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  • Lemongrass Essential Oil

    $25.00$60.00

    Muscle bounce-back goodness

    Runners, dancers, and all ye lovers of the physical life, Lemongrass is the bomb diggity when you need muscle relief. It’s hugely revitalizing and has been used to treat tired or tight tissues and tendons. The invigorating oil, with its grassy, sweet character, can help relieve fatigue, and alleviate headaches and indigestion.

    Common Uses: Lemongrass oil has been known to tighten the elastin fibres in the epidermis and has traditionally been used as part of a treatment for sports injuries, such as sprains and bruises. Add 5 drops to a teaspoon of carrier oil and massage onto affected areas. Use in a similar way to treat rheumatoid arthritis. Diffuse several drops in your space or rub a drop (with a carrier oil) over the stomach area to help with digestive issues. Lemongrass is also useful as an insect repellent and can be used diffused to keep bugs away. Use only in low dosages on the skin as it may cause irritation.
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  • Lime Essential Oil

    $50.00$120.00

    The mood elevator

    Press the button for “up”. When it comes to Lime, you are on the road to positivity. As one of the most aromatic of the citrus oils, its zesty, fresh fragrance is super-energizing. Like Lemon, Lime is astringent and toning, making it a good cleansing agent for rooms and surfaces. Its bright fragrance helps to purify and renew the mind and spirit, leading to mental clarity and helping to promote feelings of balance and well-being.

    Common Uses: Lime has restorative effects on the immune system, and has traditionally been used as an antibacterial and antiviral. Use it to help with coughs, sore throats, colds and congestion by diffusing it. Or, add several drops to a bowl of steaming hot water. Lean over it and cover your head and the bowl with a towel. Inhale the vapours. Stimlating and refreshing, it boosts the mood with its pleasantly sharp fragrance.
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  • Mandarin Essential Oil

    $30.00$70.00

    Life is peachy

    Call Mandarin the cheerfulness-maker. Its tangy and sweet floral tones, extracted from the citrus peel, evoke thoughts of orchards and trees, gladdening the heart and making you feel like yourself again.  The beautiful scent is renowned for helping when you’re feeling fragile, making you feel balanced and sprightly. One of the best oils for nausea and morning sickness, it’s also a great stomach soother and its astringent properties are great for calming oily skin.

    Common Uses: Mandarin essential oil has been known to be beneficial for acne, congested and oily skin types. Use a drop of oil along with your regular moisturizer at night, since this oil is photo-sensitive. Blend with other oils like Neroli and Lavender with a carrier oil, to use on stretch marks. Use 5-10 drops in a diffuser in your home or work space to help banish anxiety, nervousness and nausea, and to boost the immune system and aid with overall organ function. This oil helps to maintain the acid and base balance in the stomach, protecting against conditions like ulcers and infections and helping stimulate the appetite after a bout of illness.
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  • Olibanum Essential Oil

    $60.00$140.00

    Frankie Say Relax

    Frankincense is entwined with myths and rituals and this oil comes from Boswellia Serrata, the oldest of Frankincense varietals. The ancient oil with sweet, woody notes has long been used for spiritual elevation and letting go of the past, helping alleviate repressed emotions and psychological blockages. As a meditation aid, it can ease the breath and ground the spirit. Did we mention it’s also good for the skin?

    Common Uses: Frankincense has traditionally been used to help relieve stress-related conditions. The warm, woody resin has also been known for its skin-healing and cell-regenerative properties and is recommended for dry and mature skin types. Add a drop of Frankincense to your moisturizer, and apply to wrinkled skin. Use a few drops in a compress and apply to acne and sores. Or, add a few drops to a diffuser. Its calming, soothing effects are said to help with obsessive behaviours and depression.
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  • Orange Essential Oil

    $50.00$120.00

    Beat the blues with Orange

    Anyone who’s peeled an orange knows how invigorating its smell can be. Nothing compares to that burst of citrus freshness when you break into the skin of this luscious fruit. Our Orange is sweet, slightly sugary and tangy — just the thing for when you need a lift in your life. It banishes self-doubt, worry and depression, leaving you feeling lighthearted, balanced and positive.

    Common Uses: Orange has traditionally been used to calm butterflies in the stomach, and has been known to help with conditions like colds, fevers, and bronchitis. It is beneficial for the digestive system, and has been known to soothe gastric complaints like constipation, as well as in the digestion of fats. It aids in the absorption of Vitamin C, which has a positive effect on guarding against viral infections. Use Orange oil in a diffuser or apply topically along with a carrier oil. Its mood-lifting effects can be felt the moment you open a bottle of Orange essential oil. Add 2 drops into the palms of your hands, cup over your nose, close your eyes and inhale slowly for 5 breaths to help with anxiety.
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  • Patchouli Essential Oil

    $30.00$70.00

    Inner balance, unleashed

    There’s a Goldilocks conundrum with Patchouli – too much is too stimulating and too little has a sedative effect. But when applied in just the right amount, earthy Patchouli is extremely balancing and grounding, leading to a more astute, objective and lucid mind. It banishes lethargy and has a bracing action on the central nervous system, promoting an overall sense of well-being. It’s also good for the skin, particularly wrinkles and cellulite.

    Common Uses: Patchouli essential oil has been known to be soothing to the nervous system and has traditionally been used to relieve symptoms of depression and stress. Diffuse 5-10 drops and allow the vapours to waft into your living or working areas for a calming effect, and to help bolster the immune system and optimize your metabolic and endocrine systems. Dab a small amount onto cuts, scrapes and insect bites for relief. Add a few drops to a carrier oil and massage onto areas with wrinkles and cellulite. It has a cooling effect that helps soothe inflammation and related conditions like gout and arthritis.
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  • Peppermint Essential Oil

    $30.00$70.00

    Oh, snap!

    Feeling vibrant is means you’ve got to go beyond just staying alive, it’s about feeling alive. Peppermint provides a shot of natural energy with its icy-cool, herbaceous scent. It blasts away mental fatigue and sluggishness, and is a catalyst that can bring back that fierce, fresh feeling. Cooling when it’s hot and warming when it’s cold, it’s a good cold remedy and is also used medicinally to ease acute stomach upsets, tension headaches and respiratory distress.

    Common Uses: Provides relief for upset stomachs, headaches, coughs and colds. Its relaxing effect on stomach muscles makes it an unparalleled oil for digestive issues, and its stimulating qualities can help with shock, vertigo, dizziness and muscular aches. Add 5 drops of Peppermint to a diffuser and inhale. Dilute a few drops with a carrier oil and use topically on affected areas. As it is a strong oil, keep away from mucus membranes and sensitive areas of the body, such as the eyes.
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