Blog: Product Spotlight

German Chamomile-a Hiker’s Best Friend

  • Karen Williams on October 08, 2017

Who doesn’t love an exhilarating hike exploring the great outdoors! After this memory making day, you may feel the need for some sore muscle relief. Using essential oils is a natural way of being kind to your body after muscle exertion. German chamomile essential oil is one of the most powerful, yet gentle oils for injuries relating to muscles, tendons, and ligaments due to its excellent anti-inflammatory and cooling properties. A best friend for adults and kids! It’s beautiful blue color adds to the delight of this oil and brings a beautiful rich color to blends.

5 Uses of Cedarwood Essential Oil

  • Jenny Williams on August 07, 2017

This essential oil offers support on many different levels, and has many applications in both natural perfumery and for therapeutic uses. We’ve put together for you a small list of suggestions as to how you could use this particular cedarwood essential oil. We hope you love it as much as we do!

Linden Blossom CO2 total (Tilia cordata)

  • Karen Williams on October 07, 2013

When first encountering this delightfully complex, all-encompassing scent, it is easy to understand why the olfactory properties of these trees have long been prized and coveted by perfumists.

Palm Kernel Oil

  • Karen Williams on April 25, 2013

While called an “oil,” unrefined virgin palm kernel oil is actually the consistency of butter at room temperature, making it an ideal base for body butters, soaps and salves. In its purest form, it is a beautiful light brown color and has a unique, rich, nutty caramel fragrance.

Yarrow–Strong, yet gentle

  • Karen Williams on August 06, 2012

The Yarrow plant is strong and gentle at the same time. It has a hard, strong outer stem and a soft substance inside the stem. We love this oil for its’ cooling and anti-inflammatory properties. It is also very useful for muscle spasms, irritable bowel syndrome, indigestion, and gas.