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Out of the bottle, 10W40 smells like motor oil. But, when applied to the skin, is uber masculine. It brings to mind the smell of a mechanic's garage. Sweet tobacco, vetivert, sandalwood, beeswax, orange and bay rum.
Many can wear a drop of this Oud undiluted. Not as animalistic as Oud2. Blends very nicely with a good Sandalwood. Extracted in 2015. From Cambodia.
A very heady Oud with that signature animal growly tone. Extracted in 2010. Has aged nicely. We have about 50ml left of this legend. From Cambodia.
Highest mentholated Peppermint we could source combined with Helichrysum and Ginger to create a good all-over massage oil. Great with tired muscles.
Alleviate Roll On
A step up from the Tension Tonic. We used the highest mentholated Peppermint we could source. Helichrysum, otherwise known as Immortelle is the only oil believed to work on nerve ending, adds to the pain relief as well as the warming and anti-inflammatory properties of Ginger.
This essential oil's aroma is similar to a mixture of pepper, clove and cinnamon....it is spicy and warm. Allspice is stimulating and vitalizing. It's debatable whether it should be used in massage since it is such a powerful oil. May irritate the skin and mucous membranes. A very warming oil, gets the circulation going. Allspice gets along well with frankincense, ginger, lemon and orange.
A pricey oil, but it is rich and acts as a great grounding tone to blends. Just a wee bit goes a long way.
This oil is an infused oil. Meaning amber resin has been infused with Jojoba. It contains particulates of the resin. We LOVE this aroma.
This steam distilled essential oil is commonly referred to as West Indian Sandalwood oil; however, it is not a true replacement for Sandalwood essential oil. The oil is extracted from wood chips of the tree. Its aroma is sweet and smoky and is used as a scent fixative in perfumes and in soaps. You will find among its properties when used in aromatherapy: Antiseptic, balsamic, sedative, calming and an aid to stress relief. Many believe that it has sedative properties and assists during meditation.
Can be referred to as Holy Spirit Root. Helpful for digestive issues, as well as the respiratory system.
This essential oil offers a spicy, warm, licorice-like aroma.
Take a walk through the serene trails of Appalachian Mountains. Crisp aromas of Fir & Spruce brighten up any room. A wonderful distraction from life’s stressful interactions. Retreat. Relax. Breathe. Use in a diffuser. Do not use on the skin.
The Argan tree that grows in Morocco, produces an oil that is highly prized for the skin. Argan has twice the amount of Vitamin E than Olive oil, contains a naturally occurring squalene, rich in Omega-6, saponins that help reduce wrinkles and keeps the skin moist while being a light and easily absorbed oil. 100% all-natural cold pressed oil
Long used for bruising and aching muscles.
Attar of Oud
Attar of Oud is a scarce and precious oil, extracted from the Aquilaria species of trees. It is produced when the wood of said trees get infected with a specific mold growth. Even though Attar of Oud is relatively uncommon in the West, Japan is one place that uses this more commonly.
Wild Orange, Coffee & Patchouli
Avocado is very rich in many nutrients including Vitamin A & D, lecithin and potassium. Rich in chlorophyll. Can be used to sooth the skin, useful for conditions such as eczema and rash. Very moisturizing for mature skin, parched, undernourished or climate-damaged. 100% all-natural cold pressed oil
These oils are synthetic and contain less than 5% essential oil. Use as a fragrance only as they have no therapeutic value other than you like the ways it smells. Can be diffused or worn on the skin.
Flowers from the tropics together with hints of coconut and vanilla. Grab a piña colada, close your eyes and you'll almost believe you're on an exotic island.
From the Myroxylon tree, literally meaning "Fragrant Wood". Can help with skin problems. Blends well with Chamomile, Roman.
Holy basil essential oil, Ocimum sanctum, is considered a sacred plant in Hinduism. It has been used medicinally for centuries in India to help ward off illness and to aid in digestion. Holy basil essential oil is a main remedy in ayurvedic medicine to promote good health and well being. The plant has anti-inflammatory, antimicrobial and anti-spasmodic properties. The strong herbaceous scent blends well with citrus oils and florals. Use well diluted when using on the skin, no more than a 1-2%.
Totally unlike the herbal basil oils normally seen, India's Holy Basil has a rich, spicy aroma because it is high in Eugenol, the phytochemical that gives cloves and our new cinnamon leaf their distinctive notes. Because of its chemical content, this Basil may be a strong irritant and should be used in very low dilutions.
Herbaceous, slightly camphoraceous, and warm. Traditional Use: Bay oil was very popular with the Romans, who thought Bay was a symbol of wisdom, peace and protection. Properties: Analgesic, antibacterial, antifungal.
Ylang-Ylang and Rose are well balanced with a light musk.
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