Have you always wanted to buy rose essential oil but cannot afford the high cost?
I have the perfect solution. This blend has a mixture of rose essential oil and rose geranium essential oils so it helps to cut down the very high cost, but it still smells nearly identical and has practically the same therapeutic qualities.
Cinnamon leaf is a hot oil, but is not as strong as cinnamon bark. It serves as a great immunity booster. Every oil should be diluted every time Botanical Name: Cinnamomum Zeylanicum Blume Country of Origin: Sri Lanka Blends well with: lemon, cypress, rosemary, fir needle
This viscous oil smells heavenly. Can be added to skin regimens to perk up skin, diffused to remind you of coffee (make sure to clean the diffuser after), or as a mid-day pick me up when its too late for drinking coffee. Botanical Name: Coffee Arabica Country of Origin: Venezuela Blends well with: Vanilla
Cypress essential oil is a great child-safe alternative to eucalyptus. Cypress has a sweet-balsamic scent slightly similar to pine. Useful for respiratory conditions. Botanical Name: Cupressus sempervirens L. family Cupressaceae Country of Origin: Crete Blends well with: Cinnamon Leaf, Fir Needle, Orange, Lemon
This strong nose-opening smell is one of the most well-known of all essential oils. It is traditionally used for respiratory issues. Great to add to a steamy shower. Botanical Name: Eucalyptus Globulus Country of Origin: Australia Caution: Not for use around small children (consider fir needle or cypress instead)
This sacred oil is a must-have for every oil user. Some believe the oil has mystical healing powers. Frankincense resin was a gift to the baby Jesus from the Wise Men and is still used as incense in the traditional Catholic mass. This frankincense is a frankincense blend of carteri/olibanum from East Africa. Blends well with: Just about everything (seriously!)...
Grapefruit essential oil is a uplifting crisp oil. Grapefruit essential oil is obtained from cold pressing grapefruit peels. Botanical Name: Citrus Paradisi Country of Origin: USA Blends well with: Lavender, Peppermint, Sandalwood. Caution: Phototoxic, do not use topically on skin prior to sun exposure