The part of the ginger plant used is the dried, unpeeled, freshly ground rhizome or root. The essential oil is a pale yellow to light amber liquid. The odor is warm, but fresh-woody, and spicy. Warming to emotions when feeling flat and cold. WARNING: May irritate sensitive skin.

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The part of the plant used is the leaves and branches. Pelargonium graveolens is the most important of all geraniums; this oil is used extensively in perfumery. The odor is very powerful: green, leafy, rosy with a pronounced fruit/mint undertone. The dried-out bouquet has a rich, long-lasting, sweet-rosy aroma. Geranium is used in massage oils,…

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Cinnamon Bark is an oil to be used with extreme caution. It should not be used in any skin preparations/applications. Should be used in an aroma lamp or diffuser only. Cinnamon Bark oil is an extremely strong antibacterial and antifungal oil. Add to air-cleansing blends in the winter. When inhaled, it serves as a respiratory…

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The oil is distilled from the wood, stumps or sawdust of the Cedarwood pine tree. Its soothing properties make it a good choice for meditation. Use in massage oil and bath. Cedarwood is also used widely in perfumery for its fixative effect and unique aroma. WARNING: Best avoided during pregnancy.

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Basil is considered to be helpful for mental and physical fatigue, aids in mental alertness, concentration. Basil is a good wake up oil, used in moderation. Basil’s also helpful against colds and congestion, and may ease muscular aches and pains including menstrual cramps. It helps ease sinus congestion and headaches. WARNING: Avoid use if pregnant…

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