Just arrived, new stock of Fighting Five (similar to Thieves but a bit more economical by Edens Gardens). Defend your health with the Fighting Five synergy blend, which contains the most aggressively powerful essential oils of all time. Clove, Cinnamon, Rosemary, Lemon and Eucalyptus effectively work together to boost the immune system while giving the axe to airborne bacteria and germs. Available in 5 ($8.95), 10 ($11.95), 30, 100 and 250 ml sizes plus a roll on.
Fighting Five cuts off respiratory congestion before it starts, by protecting the body from infectious harm. Because of its all-natural and pure composition, Fighting Five can be used daily to protect your health. Add it to your routine so you can feel vibrant and strong every day of the week.
Use in your diffuser or even necklace diffuser, or mix with purified water into a spray bottle to kill bacteria and harmful germs. By spraying in front of the A/C unit, the mixture travels through the filter onto bed covers, sheets, pillowcases and bathroom counters.
Some users have reported relief from stuffy nose and congestion in minutes, roll on their children's feet before school and have helped them avoid getting sick, diffuse in bedroom and aids in sleeping well, or has diffused during the night at the first signs of issues and wakes up fully refreshed.
Sweet Ambiance 10 ml
New Essential Oil Blend: Sweet Ambiance.
If you need a little more brightness in your day, or know someone who does, Sweet Ambiance is a great place to start. Its citrusy aroma can inspire enlightened thinking and delighted moods. Not only does it encourage cheerfulness, Sweet Ambiance can fill any space with more buoyancy and life.
Great for home or office diffuser or personal necklace diffuser. We've got a great selection of diffuser necklaces--come check them out.
Sweet Ambiance is an energetic mixture of Lemon, Lime, Orange, Peru Balsam and Ylang Ylang.
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Cedarwood Essential Oil
Essential Oil: Cedarwood
Benefits of Red Cedarwood Oil
Red cedarwood oil has numerous benefits. For starters, it can help in the treatment and prevention of:
-Eczema, acne, and dandruff -Fungal and septic infections -Cough and phlegm in the respiratory tract and lungs -Headaches, red and watery eyes, and other symptoms of cough and colds -Toothaches -Obesity -Hypertension -Rheumatism, arthritis, and gout -Urinary tract infections -Pain and side effects associated with menstruation -Restless leg syndrome, respiratory seizures, asthma, and other spasmodic conditions -Tension and anxiety
Therapeutically, red cedarwood oil can be used through:
-Inhalation: Add three to four drops in your diffuser.10 -Topically: Apply one to two drops per desired area. -Hair treatments -Facial treatment: Add one to two drops to your facial toner or moisturizer. -Massages: Add two to three drops to one ounce of carrier oil. -Baths: Add eight to 10 drops to your bath water.
Red cedarwood oil blends well with other essential oils like bergamot, jasmine, lavender, rose, and rosemary.
Is Red Cedarwood Oil Safe? Generally, red cedarwood oil is safe to use, but I advise you to take extra caution should you purchase or begin using it. This oil should never be ingested or come into contact with your eyes, inner portions of your ear, and other sensitive parts of your body. Pregnant women should also refrain from using this essential oil to avoid complications.
Like what I always recommend, consult your doctor and take an allergy patch test before proceeding to use any essential oil therapeutically.
A member of the mint family, sage (Salvia officinalis) originated from the northern Mediterranean coast, where it was traditionally used for cooking. In medieval times, it was called “salvia salvatrix,” which means “sage, the savior.” This is because it was one of the primary ingredients of the “four thieves vinegar,” a concoction that was used by thieves to ward off the bubonic plague while plundering for treasures.
Today, sage is known for its high antioxidant capacity and many health benefits.
What Makes Sage Healthy?
Sage has an extensive history as a medicinal herb. It was used by the ancient Egyptians to improve fertility, and in the first century CE, Dioscorides, a Greek physician, pharmacologist and botanist (now known as the father of pharmacology), reportedly used sage juice in warm water to treat coughs and hoarseness. Since then, herbalists have used sage for treating different conditions, such as swelling, sprains, rheumatism, ulcers and excessive menstrual bleeding.
Sage Essential Oil is extracted via steam distillation of leaves from the sage plant. It is known to offer health benefits due to its antimicrobial, antibacterial, antifungal, antiseptic, antioxidant and anti-inflammatory properties. This oil can be used to help regularize the menstrual cycle, reduce skin inflammation, fade scars and enhance nervous system health.
Sage is also commonly used for “smudging,” a purification ritual
Be warned, sage essential oil can boost the intoxicating effects of alcohol and narcotics. I do not advise pregnant women to use it since this oil can cause uterine contractions. Nursing mothers should also avoid this essential oil because it can slow down the production of breast milk.
The benefits of ginger for relieving pain are widely known today, and using ginger oil can provide these wholesome benefits as well.
When used topically, ginger oil can help relieve aches and pain, as well as promote normal blood circulation.
Aromatherapists also value ginger oil's soothing and warming qualities to help address digestive problems. In fact, this is one of ginger oil's most popular uses: relieving any kind of digestive upset, such as nausea, indigestion, diarrhea, gas, and even morning sickness.
Here are some ways to use ginger oil for various health problems:
• Apply two to three drops in a diffuser, or place on a cotton ball or your handkerchief, and then inhale. This will help reenergize and revitalize your body, mind, and soul.
• Mix two to three drops in an ounce of carrier oil, and use as a massage oil. This helps relieve backache, arthritis, muscle pain, rheumatism, and fractures, as well as stimulate your circulatory system and revitalize your libido.
You can also add it to your hot bath or put a few drops on a hot or cold compress, and then apply it to the affected areas.
• Inhale via a diffuser or vaporizer to relieve sinusitis, sore throat, and runny nose. It can also work as a decongestant.
• Massage a drop into your abdomen to relieve gas and diarrhea.
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I've been using one of our new diffusers at home and what a difference. Plus it's so easy to use! Simply open the water resevoir and add water to the fill line, add 5-6 drops of essential oil of your choice, replace the cap and plug it in. It begins diffusing almost immediately. These diffusers do not use heat so there's no chance of burning and shut off when empty. Or you can choose a setting from 1-8 hours, depending on your model.
During this time of year, especially with children being exposed to so much at school, you might want to consider an air purifier at home. We have a blend "Clearing the Air" which has made a noticeable difference for me at home. It contains Peppermint, Eucalyptus, Hyssop and Rosemary oils--plus I added a little Bergamot to mine as a personal preference. We have a selection of diffusers and blends, as well as single oils at the store. And check out our USB diffusers perfect for office areas, plugs into your computer for personal aromatherapy. Stop in today and get a head start on a healthier Spring season. Also great for travelling.
Added some Cederwood Oil to my Cheer Up Buttercup blend--Wow, that created another lovely dimension. Also love using the Peace and Harmony blend and Peaceful Sleep blend. There are new kits available to: Put Pep in Your Step and Love at First Scent contains lovely rose scents. Come in for a "aroma" fest and pick up a couple of your favorites.
Here's a little history about Eucalyptus from Victoria Zak:
Nicknamed "The Big Fever Beater", this is a native of Australia and Tasmania. It has large, leathery leaves with glands containing the eucalyptol oil. It is a powerful antimicrobial and bacterial fighter wherever it grows, repelling insects and has an antiseptic effect on the air around it.
It was planted in the fever zone of Algeria to fight malaria and within 5 yrs the air was healthy to breathe again. Sicily cultivates it to prevent malaria and it is one of nature's best cleansers of the environment.
Caution: Keep out of reach of children. Avoid contact with eyes. If pregnant or lactating, consult your healthcare practitioner before using. Not for internal use.