Essential oils in most cases, are not meant to be ingested or swallowed. Please only use them topically or as directed. We also urge you to exercise caution when using essential oils with infants and young children as their potency can have a negative impact on their developing systems. These oils are of the highest grade and strength. please use responsibly.
Essential oils are most commonly used in the practice of aromatherapy. They are either inhaled, or diluted then rubbed on the skin. The chemicals in essential oils can interact with your body in a number of ways and can have medicinal effects when absorbed .
Inhaling the aromas from essential oils can stimulate areas of your limbic system, which is a part of your brain that plays a role in emotions, behaviors, sense of smell and long-term memory.
Interestingly, the limbic system is heavily involved in forming memories. This can partly explain why familiar smells can trigger memories or emotions.
Some of the most commonly used and their benefits are:
The origin of Lavender is believed to be from the Mediterranean, Middle East and India. Its history goes back some 2500 years. ... Lavender derives its name from the Latin 'lavare' meaning 'to wash”. The Romans used Lavender to scent their baths, beds, clothes and even hair. Now that same wonderful aroma can be a part of your nightly routine. Use as a facial/body rub and let your self float away with the delicious undertones of vanilla and frankincense. Available with or without CBD infusion.
Considered to be a ‘cure-all’ by the Aborigines in Australia, there are over 300 species and 700 varieties of eucalyptus. The trees have been used for everything from paper, to mulch, shade, fuel, hardwoods, wind breaking and malaria fighting. It was in even in huge demand during World War 1, as it was used to control a meningitis outbreak and for the influenza of 1919. Today it is still considered one of the most universal and versatile of essential oils. Some of its many properties include analgesic, antiseptic, deodorant, expectorant, and vermifuge (anti-parasitic). The active therapeutic and principal constituent of the medicinal oils is 1,8-cineole. Eucalyptus has a predominately stimulating effect on the nervous system and therefore should assist those suffering from depression and lethargy. Known as a ‘stimulating’ expectorant due to its invigorating action on the mucus membranes, it is widely considered an effective remedy for respiratory ills. Additionally eucalyptus is used to relieve muscular aches and pains, in particular those of a ‘cold’ nature such as rheumatic pains. Our Koala Oil brings you that and much much more as we add pure Jojoba and fresh Jasmine essential oils! Great for opening sinuses from colds or allergies , as a concentration aid, muscle rub, or to give you a boost to get you thru the day!!
Roses are widely considered the most beautiful flowers in the world. It has been an integral part of innumerable stories, legends, myths, and legacies. People who do not know about any of its medicinal properties can still tell you about one undeniable property; a beautiful, red rose can invoke romantic feelings in even the hardest of hearts! The health benefits of rose essential oil can be attributed to it properties as an antidepressant, antiphlogistic, antiseptic, antispasmodic, antiviral, aphrodisiac, astringent, bactericidal, cholagogic, hepatic, laxative, nerve, stomach, and uterine substance. We bring this wonderful fragrance, REFRESH and all its terpine wonder to you, a perfect way to start the day, as a mid day refresher, or before that romantic evening! REFRESH, as all our products is available infused and non-infused!
Reducing your intake of chemicals through the food you eat is one of the first steps to helping your body return to a more natural state. The same can be said of the soaps we use, the cleaner's we have around our homes, to the deodorants and anti-antiperspirant's we use every day.