Essential Oils

Essential Oils

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  1. Ajowan

    Ajowan Essential Oil

    Starting at: $10.10

    Ajowan Essential Oil is steam distilled form the seeds of Ajowan, a plant similar to dill, but smells light thyme. Ajowan oil is anti-infectious, antibacterial, antiviral, anti-fungal, anti-parasitic, antiseptic, anti-nausea, and a tonic. In India, Ajowan is used to treat the digestive system. It is considered a hot oil and a carrier must be used if applying to the skin. In America, Bishops Weed is considered the same plant as Ajowan. Emotionally Ajowan brings up angry feelings and allows them to clear so that more love is available. Learn More
  2. Allspice Essential Oil

    Allspice Essential Oil

    Starting at: $10.00

    Allspice Essential Oil is steam distilled from the berries. Allspice Essential Oil is an anesthetic, analgesic, anti oxidant, antiseptic, carminative, relaxant, rubefacient, stimulant and tonic. Allspice smells of several spices: cardamom, cinnamon, clove, pepper, and nutmeg. Since Allspice has analgesic properties, it has a numbing effect on the nerves thus relieves pains of headaches, colds, sinusitis, insect bites, muscular distress and much more. As an antioxidant, it counters the signs of aging like weakening of muscles, loss of hair, loss in vision and hearing, and nervous disorders. Learn More
  3. Amyris Essential Oil

    Amyris Essential Oil

    Starting at: $9.95

    Amyris Essential Oil is steam distilled from the wood and twigs of the Amyris or Candlewood tree. In Jamaica and Haiti they use branches as torches because the wood has so rich in essential oil. It is also called East Indian Sandalwood. Amyris can extend the very expensive Sandalwood. Amyris is antiseptic, balsamic, decongestant, emollient, muscle relaxant, sedative, and useful to soothe and soften dry, irritated skin. Used in massage oil or a bath it can ease sore and tired muscles. Diffused it can calm the mind and is often used in meditative blends. Used as a fixative in perfumes. Learn More
  4. Angelica Root Essential Oil

    Angelica Root Essential Oil

    Starting at: $24.04

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    The whole Angelica plant is aromatic, but only the root and seeds are used to make angelica root essential oil. The pungent roots are most used in aromatherapy and have been used in herbal medicine for hundreds of years as a general cleanser and detoxifier. Angelica Root Essential Oil eases muscular aches, soothes arthritic joints and rheumatic pains; eases indigestion problems and improves poor appetite; an overall energy tonic and revitalizer. Emotionally helps people through the difficulties of transition including loss of job, health, and home. Within Hospice, it is used to help people transition to the other side. Learn More
  5. Anise Mint Maceration

    Anise Mint Maceration

    Starting at: $10.90

    Gritman macerations are made from plants growing in the Gritman Garden. We use Fractionated Coconut Oil as the solvent to absorb all the fat soluble properties of the plant. Macerations are essential oils but more as they have the fat soluble parts of the plant that are too large to be distilled. The scent is not as strong as the essential oil but the essential oil properties are still there and at the same time they bring with them their own carrier. The oil can be used straight from the bottle. Anise Mint is used as a tonic for the female reproductive system, stimulate lactation, and as an aphrodisiac to stimulate a females libido. Learn More
  6. Anise Raven Essential Oil

    Anise Raven Essential Oil

    Starting at: $12.20

    Confusion surrounds Anise Raven Essential oil. Ravensara and camphor can mistakenly be identified as this oil. It is easy to smell the difference. There is a gentle anise aroma to Anise Raven that is not available in the other oils. Anise Ravenis a hormonal balancer for both men and women, but women benefit more as it strengthens the female reproductive system and works with conception, pregnancy, labor, birth and menopause. Anise Raven calms muscle spasms, irritated stomach and colon, and emotions. Anise Raven is definitely an aphrodisiac and can be used for physical stimulation for the man and emotional arousal for a woman. Learn More
  7. Anise Seed Essential Oil (Egyptian)

    Anise Seed Essential Oil (Egyptian)

    Starting at: $11.02

    Anise seed essential oil has a rich historical past and is a member of the parsley family with a licorice taste. Used medicinally since prehistoric times, anise seed is used with bronchitis, colds, coughs, digestion, flatulence, flu, hiccups, menopausal discomforts, migraine, muscle aches, nausea, stomach cramps, and vertigo. Diffuse for breathing issues, massage with carrier for abdominal and stomach cramps, and gargle with a few drops in water to freshen breath. Chemically seems similar to estrogen so use is discouraged for endometriosis or estrogen- dependent cancers. Learn More
  8. Anise, Star Essential Oil

    Anise, Star Essential Oil

    Starting at: $11.72

    Star Anise Essential Oil can be rubbed onto the soles of the feet, breathed, or rubbed with carrier onto the chest front and back to prevent or relieve flu symptoms. It also helps with chronic pain, cough, urinary and respiratory infections. Spiritually it is a powerful protection oil and can protect against psychic attacks. Learn More
  9. Balsam Peru Essential Oil

    Balsam Peru Essential Oil

    Starting at: $18.58

    The indigenous tribes of Mexico and Central America use the leaves and fruit of Peru Balsam for asthma, colds and flu, rheumatism, and external wounds. Balsam of Peru has been in the U.S. Pharmacopeia since 1820, with documented uses for bronchitis, laryngitis, dysmenorrhea, diarrhea, and dysentery. Generally its topical use is recommended for skin rashes, eczema, and skin parasites. In aromatherapy, it is considered warming and comforting and is used in various nervous tension and stress formulas. It is taken internally for upper respiratory problems and excessive mucus. Emotionally it brings up angry feelings especially those of violation and abuse. Learn More
  10. Balsam, Copaiba  Essential Oil

    Balsam, Copaiba Essential Oil

    Starting at: $10.00

    Native South Americans have used this oil for thousands of years to treat inflammation and skin issues. In aromatherapy, Copaiba Balsam Essential Oil is used to treat arthritis, backaches, cancer, Crohn's Disease, digestive discomfort, fever, fibromyalgia, headaches, immune system, lower back pain, neck pain and stiffness, sciatica, skin issues and stomach ulcers. Emotionally Copaiba Balsam is used to relieve fear, worry, and anxiety. It brings an inner peace. Learn More

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