• If there’s any essential oil that reminds us of the holidays and the great outdoors, it’ll be Balsam Fir Essential Oil. Enjoy Balsam Fir during the winter season or enjoy it all-year-round (we won’t judge). This essential oil is perfect anytime, anywhere. Imagine walking through a farm of full, evergreen Christmas trees. Its fresh, coniferous scent is reminiscent of that. Have a cough or a sore throat? Grab Balsam Fir Essential Oil to help alleviate those troubles. Its soothing benefits can also help relax muscles and joints after an intense workout. Diffuse Balsam Fir Essential Oil to help alleviate lingering coughs or to help refresh your living space. Or dilute into a lotion and massage onto your muscles after a tough workout.
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    Lavender or Lavandula Angustifolia, is a full-bodied steam-distilled oil from the flowering tops of the Lavender plant. Known for its many uses, Lavender essential oil is world renowned as one of the world’s most popular and versatile oils, and for good reason!  Lavender has an incredibly sweet, floral, herbal scent and is also highly prized for its many therapeutic properties. The smell of Lavender alone can help produce a calm, peaceful tranquil environment. Diffuse Lavender essential oil into the air before bedtime to promote peaceful sleep, or add Lavender to your favorite lotion or carrier oil to soothe the skin, and help unwind your senses. Once you try Lavender essential oil you’ll see exactly why it’s a favorite for essential oil lovers!
  • Tea Tree essential oil is one of the most popular essential oils, and for good reason. Native to Australia, it's commonly applied around the world for a multitude of uses. It has a green, medicinal, woody aroma and is a wonderful addition to natural home-cleaning sprays and can clear and refresh musty areas. This oil is also fabulous for helping to clear teenage blemishes and other problem skin areas. Tea Tree oil blends well with Bergamot, Cypress, Eucalyptus, Grapefruit, Juniper Berry, Lavender, Lemon, Marjoram, Nutmeg, Pine, Rose Absolute, Rosemary and Spruce essential oils.
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    Bergamot Essential Oil is a favorite amongst essential oil users for its citrusy, uniquely vibrant scent with a touch of floral, and for its many therapeutic properties.
  • It has a sweet, soft, balsamic wood scent and belongs to the Juniper family. The aroma of Cedarwood Texas can help freshen a room, promote calmness, and help ward off negative thoughts.
  • The wonderful aroma of Clary Sage is very earthy and has hints that are fruity, floral, nutty, and herbaceous.
  • The stimulating aroma can help give you a mental boost when you are lacking the pep you need. The uplifting scent can help revitalize the senses and freshen the space you are in.
  • Frankincense Serrata essential oil, also known as Olibanum, is steam distilled from the gum resin of the tree. It has been used for thousands of years by native peoples as an incense, medicine, and in cosmetics.  
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    Lemon has a fresh, zesty citrus scent that is refreshing, energizing, and uplifting; this scent is invigorating to the senses and wonderful to smell.
  • When diffused, Patchouli can help alleviate nervous tension and worry and is a soothing oil to diffuse during meditation.
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    This scent is invigorating to the senses and helps promote energy and alertness. Peppermint is a refreshing and stimulating oil that is both soothing and enlightening.
  • In our opinion, there is no better oil than the “sparkle” of Pink Grapefruit to lighten up mental fatigue and moodiness. Pink Grapefruit Essential OIl can be used in a 1% dilution as a purifier of congested, oily and blemish prone skin and is sometimes added to carrier oil or creams and lotions as a natural toner.
  • Rosemary 1,8-Cineole is stimulating, warming and refreshing and can be used to help boost memory retention and staying alert

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