Warming, rich and fragrant, Aniseed is often used for its effect on the digestive system as it is helpful with dyspepsia, colic and flatulence
Atlas Cedar, has been used as a medicine, a cosmetic agent and is a great addition to skincare products to help treat acne conditions and dermatitis.
Basil is used for treating nervous tension, mental fatigue and depression. It provides mental strength and clarity.
Bay has a calming and warming effect on emotions and can trigger inspiration.
Benzoin is considered helpful as a diuretic and antiseptic to the urinary passages but is known to have sedative properties.
Bergamot is powerfully refreshing and invigorating and can be useful as an antiseptic for the urinary tract and in cases of cystitis.
Bergamot Essential Oil also helps to maintain a balanced mood and is good for confidence building as it uplifts the spirit and emotions.
Black Pepper is an antiseptic penetrating, warming oil during the winter season. It warms the bones! Used pre-sports for athletic massage as a “warm-up” oil. It aids in digestion of protein and is said to banish excess fat.
Bog Myrtle is a particularly effective insect repellent and has proved to be extremely useful against midges.
Bog Myrtle is a particularly effective insect repellent and has proved to be extremely useful against midges. Ready to Use.
Cajeput oil is traditionally mixed with Camphor oil as an external soothing massage oil for arthritis and gout.
Camphor is slightly cold to the touch like menthol. Locally it is an irritant, numbs the peripheral sensory nerves, and is slightly antiseptic. ts great value is in colds, chills and in all inflammatory complaints.
Warm, heavy, fruity, less spicy than expected, Carnation can be used in soaps, candles, potpourri, room fresheners, and in massage therapy applications