"Essential oils contain the essence of nature. Find out what exactly is in essential oils, how these complex substances work holistically to heal and balance body and mind, and how to ensure you are using the purest, very best quality products"
What's in an Oil?
A single essential oil can contain as many as 100 chemical components, which work together to give the oil its unique properties and aroma. Each component plays a role, but some are more dominant and determine how an oil will act on the body and mind.
Lavender Essential Oil Uses and Benefits
Lavender oil, also known by its scientific name Lavandula angustifolia, is a type of essential oil derived from the lavender flower.
Famous for its fragrance and versatility, lavender oil is one of the most commonly used essential oils in the world. Lavender oil has a calming effect, and a signature floral scent.
This makes it perfect for adding to your linens, laundry, bath, and skincare products.
What is it good for? Relax, calm, sleep.
Orange Essential Oil Uses and Benefits
Sometimes called sweet orange, this versatile oil is widely used for its uplifting and detoxifying effects.
Besides being everyone's favorite fresh scent, orange oil is useful in lots of ways, all over the house. It's great for refreshing surfaces, eliminating odors, and as part of hair and skincare routines.
If you've overindulged, try a gentle orange massage blend over the abdomen to relieve nausea and indigestion and release trapped gas.
Enjoy a relaxing bath that smoothes and tones by blending a few drops of orange oil in a base oil or 1 tablespoon of milk and dispersing in a warm.
What is it good for? Energize, purify, uplift.