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Essential Oils used in our products

Many different herbs can be used for various purposes, including healing, nutrition, body care, and relaxation. Some of the most popular herbs for these purposes include chamomile, lavender, peppermint, and Echinacea. Chamomile is often used to help with anxiety and insomnia, while lavender can help to promote relaxation and ease stress. Peppermint is known for its digestive benefits, and Echinacea is often used to help boost the immune system. Other herbs commonly used for healing and nutrition include ginger, turmeric, and garlic. In body care, herbs like aloe vera and tea tree oil can help soothe and heal the skin. Overall, many different herbs can promote health and well-being in various ways.

As with any herbal remedy, it’s essential to exercise caution when trying a tea for the first time. Start with a small amount to ensure you do not have adverse reactions or allergies to the plant(s). Pregnant or breastfeeding women should consult a healthcare professional before using herbal tea for medicinal purposes. If you have underlying medical conditions or are taking medications, seek advice from a healthcare provider before incorporating herbal tea into your routine.

This information has not been evaluated by the Food and Drug Administration. These descriptions are not intended to diagnose, treat, cure, or prevent any disease. For educational purposes only.


Pelargonium graveolens

Leaves and stems

Fresh, strong, feminine

Useful for all types of skin, has a balancing action. It's also known for its calming and soothing action.

Should be blended with other oils to prevent sensitivity over a long period of time.


Myrtus communis


Woody, leafy, sweet

Promotes circulation, cleansing and detoxing.


Mentha piperita

Leaves and Flowering tops

Fresh, menthol, clean, cool , strong

Local stimulation of circulation and cleansing

Use in 1% dilution. Not a concern in my creams.


Pelargonium graveolens

Glandular tissues

Floral, rich, feminine

May help with the signs of aging skin. Also promotes healing of the skin

Tea Tree

Melaleuca alternifolia


Spicy, warm, balsamic

One of the strongest oils to work on skin issues. Acne, oily skin, athlete foot etc.


Lavendula officinalis

Flower Tops

Fresh, floral, sweet

Wonderful oil for its healing properties of the skin. Can you used for all skin types.

Can be stimulating in high concentrations


Cymbopogon martini


Soft, rosy and a hint of citrus

Restores water balance so helpful for dry skin

Extreme high dosage may cause dermatitis. Not a concern in my creams.


Rosa damascena


Floral, rich, fresh, feminine

Good for all skin types

Safest of all essential oils

Sweet Orange

Citrus vulgaris


Citrus, sweet

Effective for dry skin, wrinkles and dermatitis.

May cause photosensitivity


Vanilla planifolia

Seed pods

Sweet, flowering

Soothing and calming to the skin

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