Blending Essential Oils Made Easy: The Wellness Number System
Crafting your own blends is such a fun, empowering, and rewarding experience. Sometimes, however, knowing exactly which oils to reach for when creating blends for specific intentions or seeking equivalent substitutions can be a little intimidating.
How to use essential oils for motivation after the holidays
The holidays are over! Get motivated for everyday life with a 3-step approach: using essential oils for sleep, energy & motivation.
Change your life: use essential oils to make a fresh start
Transform your life by using essential oils for mindfulness and setting intentions.
6 Signs you’re ready to take an aromatherapy class
How to know when it’s time to take an aromatherapy class, and where to find one
Top 10 Best Essential Oils for Exercise
Essential oils for working out support your muscles & your mindset!
Find the Best Aromatherapy Class for You!
Take an aromatherapy class & achieve your goals this year!
Top 10 Warm Essential Oils + Cozy DIY Recipes
Use these warm essential oils to spark your energy or snuggle up!
10 Essential oils for working from home
Use these essential oils to stay focused and productive when you’re working from home!
The Distiller Behind Our Unique Lemongrass Essential Oil
Our unique variety of rhodinol-rich lemongrass essential oil is only grown and distilled in India by our good friend Gurpreet. This is his story
The Rare Lemongrass Essential Oil that Doesn’t Irritate Skin!
Learn about our unique variety of rhodinol-rich lemongrass essential oil, it's benefits and uses and how it is different from regular lemongrass oil.
Eucalyptus Oil: Get to Know 4 Varieties
Eucalyptus oil is a well-known favorite when it comes to helping with respiratory issues. Considering its remarkable ability to support healthy respiratory function, clear congestion, and reduce mucus, it’s no wonder!
Diffusing Seasonal Affective Disorder (Joy in January Project)
SAD (Seasonal Affective Disorder) seems to appear with the coming of Fall and eases off as Spring appears, especially in the Northern climates affecting more women than men. Studies show SAD can be caused by a decrease in sunlight affecting levels of the hormone, Seratonin, responsible in helping us maintain a feeling of well-being.