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May chang?also called mountain pepper, exotic verbena, and tropical verbena?is a small tropical tree native to China, Indonesia, Taiwan, and other parts of Southeast Asia. The tree is known for its beautifully-scented flowers and foliage, and its berries that look like little peppercorns. The aroma is most often compared to lemongrass, but is considered to be lighter and sweeter. May Chang?s leaves, flowers, berries, and bark, have long been used in traditional Chinese practices, but it's only recently that the essential oil has been used in aromatherapy. Plant Part Used Berries and leaves Extraction Method Steam distillation Aroma Strong. Strong, sweet and citrus-like. Benefits Eases occasional stress and tension of the body and mind. Uplifts moods and calms the occasional nervous mind. Promotes mental clarity and optimism. Supports tranquil serenity. Blends Well With Bay, Black Pepper, Cardamom, Chamomile, Coriander Seed, Clove, Cypress, Frankincense, Ginger, Grapefruit, Juniper, Lavender, Neroli, Palmarosa, Patchouli, Rosemary, Rosewood, Sandalwood, Sweet Orange, Tea Tree, Vetiver, Ylang Ylang History of May Chang May chang has been used for thousands of years in traditional Chinese practices. Other traditional uses include use in candles, soaps, perfumes, deodorants, and massage oils?which all go perfectly with may chang?s lovely lemony aroma. Today, the oil is also used in air fresheners and household cleaners, to provide a clean-smelling citrus scent. Using May Chang Oil All essential oil recipes are for aromatherapy use only and are not for ingesting! Be Alert Enjoy a mental boost that gets you through the newest challenge?feel rejuvenated, optimistic and re-energized! 6 drops May Chang Oil 4 drops Orange Oil 4 drops Rosemary Oil 2 drops Coriander Seed Oil So Long, Stress! Tension-filled
Oakmoss (Evernia prunastri) Pure Essential Oil: Intense aroma that is both calming and uplifting. Smells of flowers, wet woods, and soft earth. Oakmoss, a moss/lichen that grows on the branches of oak trees, appears all over Europe and North America. Oakmoss is anti-inflammatory and anti-aging, and great for use in soaps and other beauty products, as it is both soothing as well as an antiseptic. Blends nicely with Patchouli, Neroli, Lavender, Rose Geranium, and Cypress. Pregnant women and those with epilepsy should avoid Oakmoss essential oil. Oakmoss oil is created through a solvent extraction of the moss. Originates from France. Packaged Amber glass bottle with Euro plug, tamper proof safety seal and safety shrink wrap. Biosource Naturals is founded by a naturopath, aromatherapist, EFT practitioner, Reiki Master. Therapeutic Quality. We supply pure essential oils verified by GC and/or other QC testing.
Botanical Name: Cymbopogon Martinii Var Motia Plant Part: Grass Extraction Method: Steam Distilled Origin: India Color: Yellow to light brown liquid. Common Uses: Palmarosa Essential Oil properties include use as an antiseptic, bactericidal, cicatrizant, digestive, febrifuge, hydrating, stimulant (digestive, circulatory), and tonic. It is used extensively as a fragrance component in cosmetics, perfumes and especially soaps due to its excellent tenacity. Aromatherapists recommend it as an oil to diffuse during flu epidemics. Its action against viral illnesses and bacteria - coupled with the attractive smell - make it a great oil to use to disinfect a room. Consistency: Thin Note: Middle Strength of Aroma: Medium Aromatic Scent: Palmarosa Essential Oil has a sweet, floral fragrance with a hint of rose. Cautions: Palmarosa Essential Oil is a dermal irritant. Avoid use if pregnant.
When thinking of a space that settles your mind and calms your worries, most of us can likely come up with a place. Whether you find rejuvenation while taking a long hot shower or sitting by the campfire on a starry night, we all have those places that rejuvenate us for our busy lives. Palo Santo can help us recall our life-giving spaces most effectively through direct inhalation of its peppery and sharp aroma. It ushers in a sense of calm, grounding and sets us up for emotional stability and a connection to the spiritual world. Yoga instructors often diffuse Palo Santo during a class to help inspire clear meditation while helping to promote full body breathing. It also can enhance creativity and help us maintain a steady focus. Dating back to the Incas, Palo Santo is renowned and celebrated for its medicinal and spiritual applications. It even has real medical uses. One research study showed that Palo Santo has promising results with the anti-proliferation of breast cancer tumor cells. Aromatherapists often use Palo Santo to increase circulation and assist with arthritis and migraines. Native to Central and South America, Palo Santo essential is extracted from the aged wood of fallen trees through a steam distillation method. The trees grow up to 30 feet and have grey bark, green leaves and clusters of small flowers. Palo Santo is part of the same family as Frankincense, Myrrh and Elemi. BOTANICAL NAME: Bursera graveolens ORIGIN: Equador EXTRACTION METHOD: Steam Distillation PLANT PART: Wood (aged wood from fallen trees) NOTE: Middle - Base FAMILY: Burseraceae BLENDS WELL WITH: Myrrh, and other resins. Bergamot, and other citrus AROMA: Sharp, dry, peppery, and earthy CONSISTENCY: Thin COLOR: Clear **Euro droppers are not included with 100 & 250 ml bottles** SAFETY: Dilute to no more than 3.4% when using topically. Using more than the recommended dilution can cause adverse reactions. SHELF LIFE: 2 Years
Peppermint's brisk, uplifting aroma has been enjoyed for centuries, in both aroma therapeutic and culinary applications. Peppermint can be invigorating and Rejuvenating, and can also be taken internally when properly diluted. now Peppermint oil is 100% pure, and steam distilled from fresh Peppermint leaves.
Through a unique and exclusive process, do- TERRA has captured the unique benefits of Peppermint essential oil in the convenience of a soft vegetarian beadlet. Each tiny beadlet delivers a refreshing burst of Peppermint as it dissolves in your mouth, while invigorating your senses as you breathe in the cooling aroma of pure Peppermint essential oil. More than a breath mint, do-TERRA Peppermint Beadlets can be used for oral care, respiratory health, digestive comfort, and all other situations in which Peppermint essential oil is used internally.* Dissolve one beadlet in mouth to freshen breath. Take after meals to promote oral health and digestion.* Have a bottle on hand when traveling to ease occasional stomach upset, nausea, and motion sickness.*
During the cold and flu season, nasty coughs and painful congestion can completely obliterate your plans. Not to be confused with Ravintsara, Ravensara gives a hefty boost to the immune system so you can naturally keep icky days away. With a spicy and complex floral aroma, Ravensara should be used with caution because of its potency. Never ingest Ravensara but rather diffuse it in your bedroom to take advantage of its antiviral and antimicrobial properties. In addition to helping restore the respiratory system, Ravensara encourages a tranquil emotional state. As soon as you start feeling that itch in the back of the throat or your nose start to run indicating a cold is coming, add a few drops of Ravensara to a foot bath or massage lotion. Be sure to heavily dilute the oil. Native to Madagascar, Ravensara trees have reddish-gray trunks and grow to about 65 feet. The leaves and twigs of the trees are put through a steam distillation method to extract the oil. Ravensara is a tremendous addition to any blends meant to heal the respiratory system. BOTANICAL NAME: Ravensara aromatica ORIGIN: Madagascar EXTRACTION METHOD: Steam Distillation PLANT PART: Leaves NOTE: Middle FAMILY: Lauraceae BLENDS WELL WITH: Eucalyptus, and other camphoraceous aromas AROMA: Earthy, fresh, slightly-sweet and spicy CONSISTENCY: Thin COLOR: Clear **Euro droppers are not included with 100 & 250 ml bottles** SAFETY: Dilute to 1% when using topically. Using more than the recommended dilution can cause adverse reactions. Due to estragole content, may be potentially carcinogenic - always follow maximum dilution guideline SHELF LIFE: 2 Years
This majestic tree grows over 60 feet tall bearing potent green leaves from which the precious essential oil is extracted. Native to the exotic island of Madagascar off the southeastern coast of Africa, these trees are also prized for their fruit or seeds known as ?Madagascar nutmeg,? which are commonly used in various applications. The tree?s name means ?good leaf? due to its vast wellness properties. Its reddish bark is quite fragrant, and its oil is a thin, pale yellow liquid. Plant Part Used Leaves Extraction Method Steam distillation Aroma Medium. Spicy, yet eucalyptus-like with a touch of sweet orange and floral top notes. Benefits Promotes bravery while quieting fears. Helps calm nerves. An air refresher. Blends Well With Bay, Bergamot, Black Pepper, Cardamom, Cedarwood, Clary Sage, Clove, Copaiba Balsam, Cypress, Eucalyptus, Frankincense, Geranium, Ginger, Grapefruit, Lavender, Lemon, Mandarin, Marjoram, Narrow Leaf Eucalyptus, Oregano, Palmarosa, Pine, Plai, Rosemary, Sandalwood, Tea Tree, Thyme, Vanilla, Ylang Ylang History of Ravensara In the poetic Malagasy language, ravensara translates to ?good leaf? or ?aromatic leaf.? The various parts of the evergreen ravensara tree have long been used by indigenous Madagascar tribes, as well as many other clans surrounding the strikingly turquoise Indian Ocean. As early as the 17th century, its bark was used to produce rum, and its flavorful seeds were added to enhance the flavoring in many traditional dishes. Eighteenth century French scientist Antoine Baume enjoyed the multi-dimensional aromas of this sweet-smelling oil as well. Using Ravensara Oil All essential oil blends are for aromatherapy use only and are not for ingesting! Refreshing Madagascar Rainforest Swing in a hammock while warm island winds delicately caress the surrounding
LatinRosmarinus officinalisOriginSpain/TunisiaAromaFresh, HerbaceousBodyNourishes hairMindEnergizes the mindSpiritPurifies the spirit
Botanical Name: Aniba rosaeodora Extraction Method:Steam Distilled Part: Wood Origin: Brazil Rosewood Essential Oil is credited with being a bactericidal, anti-fungal, antiviral, anti-parasitic cellular stimulant, immune system stimulant, tissue regenerator, tonic, antidepressant, antimicrobial, and as an aphrodisiac. It is also regarded as a general balancer to the emotions. Rosewood oil is rich in linalool, a chemical which can be transformed into a number of derivatives of value to the flavor and fragrance industries. History Rosewood has been introduced to aromatherapy only recently. Research in October of 1995 has shown this oil to have the highest inhibition rate of all the oils tested against gram positive and gram-negative bacterial growth.
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Native to the Himalayas, spikenard was traded along the ancient spice routes. The Bible mentions Mary Magdalene anointed Jesus' feet with spikenard oil. North American Indians used spikenard for bruises, wounds, swellings, and inflammations. This upright herbaceous perennial grows to a height reaching up to 60 cm high. Steam Distilled and Authentic non diluted. Produt of India
The earth is rich with natural healing power and there may be no better example of this than Tea Tree. It purifies as it heals and is a must for any home medicine cabinet or first-aid kit. With an aroma that is powerfully clean and camphorous, Tea Tree can work wonders on fungal infections and is an all-natural way to heal the skin. It helps remedy oily skin, dandruff, gingivitis, burns, athlete's foot, and acne with a range of anti-infectious, antiviral, antibacterial properties. Applying it topically with natural ointments, salves and compresses can restore skin tissue when properly diluted. Beyond the skin, Tea Tree can help boost the immune system and refresh the respiratory system. It is also a common therapy for yeast infections and urinary tract infections. Discovered in 1770 by Captain Cook, Tea Tree was first brewed as a tea. The evergreen tree is native to Australia in wet lowland locations and grows about 10 to 25 feet. It has papery white bark, dark-green needle-like leaves and colorful flowers. Tea Tree belongs to a family of about 200 species of evergreen trees. The leaves are steam distilled to extract the clear essential oil. BOTANICAL NAME: Melaleuca alternifolia ORIGIN: Australia EXTRACTION METHOD: Steam Distillation PLANT PART: Leaves NOTE: Middle - Top FAMILY: Myrtaceae SYNONYM: Melaleuca BLENDS WELL WITH: Peppermint, and other mints; Lemon, and other citrus AROMA: Medicinal, clean, fresh, and camphorous CONSISTENCY: Thin COLOR: Clear **Euro droppers are not included with 100 & 250 ml bottles** SAFETY: Dilute to no more than 15% when using topically. Using more than the recommended dilution can cause adverse reactions such as sensitization SHELF LIFE: 4 Years
Botanical Name: Melaleuca Alternifolia Plant Part: Leaves Extraction Method: Steam Distilled Origin: Australia. Common Uses: Tea Tree Essential Oil is best known as a very powerful immune stimulant. It can help to fight all three categories of infectious organisms (bacteria, fungi, and viruses), and there is evidence that Tea Tree Oil massages prior to an operation may help to fortify the body and reduce post-operative shock. Used in vapor therapy, Tea Tree Oil can help with colds, measles, sinusitis and viral infections. For skin and hair, Tea Tree has been used to combat acne, oily skin, head lice and dandruff. As essential oils have become more accepted by the public, the use of Tea Tree has increased significantly. This can be readily evidenced by the commercial products now using Tea Tree Essential Oil. Consistency: Thin Note: Middle Strength of Aroma: Medium Aromatic Scent: Tee Tree Essential Oil has a fresh, antiseptic and medicinal scent. It also has characteristic mint and spice back-notes. Cautions: Tea Tree Essential Oil may cause dermal sensitization in some people. Do not take internally.