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Cedarwood Oil

Cedarwood Oil

Cedarwood essential oil

Scent: Woody, Rich and masculine.

Extraction Method: Steam distillation from Wood and Stumps.

Color: Deep Yellowish.

Note: Middle.

Common uses: Stimulant, digestive, sharpens the senses, used by students before and during exams.

RRP: $4.85-$22.60

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5 Essential Oil Blends For Winter

Happy on a rainy day – Eucalyptus, Peppermint and Orange essential oils equal parts. Wet Bush Walk – 3 drops Fir Needle, 2 Cypress, 1 Cedarwood Essntial oils. Nice and Cozy – Cinnamon, Orange and Clove Essential Oils Equal parts. Snow flakes – Camphor and Lavender Essential Oils equal parts. Fire Place – Orange, Frankincense…

Juniper Essential Oil

Juniper Essential Oil

Juniper Berry Essential Oil (Juniperus communis)

In mediaeval times juniper was added to food since it was said to aid digestion and to be a cure for various stomach ailments. The earliest recorded medicinal use of juniper berries occurs in ancient Egypt. A papyrus dating back to 1500 BC with a recipe to cure tapeworm. Also the Romans used the berries for stomach ailments.

We ship Juniper Oil only in NZ.

Scent: Fresh, Balsamic, Woody

Extraction Method: Steam Distilled

Colour: Colourless to Pale Yellow

Note: Middle

Properties: Antiseptic, Cleansing, Detoxyfyling, Puriffying, Tonic, Fluid Reducing

Chakra: Solar Plexus

Caution: Use diluted on skin.

Blends well with: bergamot, cedarwood, clary sage, cypress, geranium, grapefruit, lavender and lime

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Easy ways to reduce stress in a minute

We live in stressful times indeed. Covid, people loosing their jobs, no overseas vacations, Sometimes no domestic vacations either, people going around with masks, Our degree of confidence about the future declined drastically. Even when the future is tomorrow or tonight. In general we have less control about our lives. And this is stressful indeed….

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Essential Oil Blends to warm you up this winter

Essential Oil Blends to warm you up this winter Well, I think we can definitely say it’s winter now in New Zealand. My friend got stuck in the flood on her long way from Auckland to her far north boyfriend and had to sleep at a school in Kerikeri. She will surely check the forecast…

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