Wild cornflower, with its pretty blue flowers, is an opportunistic plant as it grows only at harvest time in wheat or grain fields. An unfortunate victim of herbicides, wild cornflower has become increasingly rare in the wild though its blue centaury is...
Widely considered a tonic oil, or an oil that adds strength to the body, its stimulating properties lift the spirit and promote sensual feelings.Geranium Rose essential oil is used in aromatherapy to help relieve premenstrual tension and menopausal...
An ornamental plant that flourishes in the arid soil of the sunny Mediterranean basin, Helichrysum won its common name of Everlasting because its flowers never fade even when cut or dried. From the Greek, helios, meaning “sun,”and chrysos,...
The neem tree is native to India and has long been revered for its many medicinal virtues. For more than 5,000 years, neem seeds, bark, branches, and leaves have been used in traditional Indian pharmacopeia. The essential oil is extracted from the almond...
With its pale rose and white flowers, Orange Blossom adorns the Orange tree (aka Bitter Orange). Originally found in India, Orange Blossom found its way to the Mediterranean basin during the Crusades. During the sixteenth century, it became known as...
Wheat Germ beauty oil is used in skin care for its exceptional fortifying and protective properties. It rejuvenates and repairs fragile and sensitive skin and fends off ageing as it delays signs of ageing and enhances skin tone. Applied to the face,...
INGREDIENTS: Peppermint Oil, Lavender Oil, Roasemary Leaf Oil, Marjoram Leaf Oil. DIRECTIONS OF USE: Do not take internally. Keep out of reach of children and out of eyes. Rub 1-2 drops on temples & back - or rub palms, cup hands and inhale. ...
This certified organic vanilla is blended with jojoba oil so you can apply it directly to the skin. INGREDIENTS: Jojoba Seed Oil, Vanilla Bean CO2 Extract from Madagascar.
INGREDIENTS Anise Essential Oil (Illicum verum) is steam distilled from fruit.
Goes into the making of cologne. INGREDIENTS Peel of the Bergamot plant.
Used in the making of household cleaning products. INGREDIENTS Made from the wood, root, and branches of the camphor tree.
Used in the making of toothpastes and cough syrups. INGREDIENTS Leaf bold of the cinnamon plant.
Goes into the making of detergents. INGREDIENTS Grass of the Citronella plant.
Used in the production of various wines and cosmetics. INGREDIENTS Leaf and flowering top of Clary Sage.
Used in the preparation of ointments, inhalants and in veterinary and dental practices. INGREDIENTS Leaf of the Eucalyptus tree.
Used in the manufacturing of incense and oriental perfumes. INGREDIENTS Made with gum resin of the Frankincense plant.
Used in the making of perfumes and cosmetics. INGREDIENTS Geranium Leaf, Stalk, and Flower.
Used in pharmacology in the making of antiseptic ointments and perfumes. INGREDIENTS Made from the flowering top of the Lavender plant of France.