Known for their healing effects, essential oils have been used for centuries to treat a number of different ailments from athletes foot to mental clarity issues and we only use Certified Organic Essential Oils in all of our salve concoctions.
Cedarwood is known to improve your focus and wisdom, promotes hair growth, anti-inflammatory, strengthens gums, cures fungal infections and is also known for relieving spasms.
Native to Australia, Eucalyptus is known as a cure all by the Aborigines. Eucalyptus oil is known for its anti inflammatory, antispasmodic, decongestant, antibacterial, and can even alleviate respiratory problems such as asthma.
Exclusively from Southern Arabia Frankincense is known to alleviate hypertension, nausea, fever, chest coughs and post child birth recovery.
For over 2,000 years lavender has been used for many different ailments from personal hygiene, its anti-bacterial effects, used as a calming agent and even used as a wound compress in World War I.
Lemongrass has been used for over 5,000 years in food and herbal medicine in India and has been harvested in Southeast Asia for the last 2,000 years. Aiding in muscle recovery, joint relief, nervous exhaustion and can even be helpful with treating sports injuries.
A hybrid strain of spearmint and watermint, peppermint has been used for its anesthetic properties and is known for its cooling sensation when used on aches and pains. When applied to the temples, forehead, and the back of the neck it can alleviate tension headaches.
Going all the way back to the times of the Pharaoh's, rosemary has been known for being a sacred plant with many healing properties such as alleviating colds, congestion and respiratory issues. Rosemary even helps with mental clarity, motivation and vitality.
Native to China, Sweet orange was considered to be a symbol of good luck and was also touted as Qi tonic (a tonic for the aura) to balance personal energy meridians. Known to be anti-carcinogenic, anti-inflammatory, anti-bacterial and even known to be chemopreventive.
Tea tree oil was first recorded for medicinal use in 1770 by James Cook when he used the leaves to treat scurvy among his sailors but the aboriginal's had been using the tea tree plant for generations. Modern uses for tea tree oil are anti-bacterial, anti-fungal, and anti-viral properties.
Made from all certified organic ingredients our lip balm will be sure to heal any chapping that you might have going on.
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Great as an anti depressant, works as an insect repellent, can be used to alleviate inflammation and will relieve stress. Gotta love the power of aromatherapy!
Eucalyptus oil helps alleviate a number of ailments but my favorite are that it can be used as an antispasmodic and will also help to repel fleas, FOR SURE! Same goes for tea tree oil but is mostly known for its anti fungal properties.
Peppermint is more than just a flavor profile in your toothpaste and in candy canes. It can also be used for its calming abilities in turn allowing one to achieve mental clarity. Lemongrass not only smells awesome it can also be used as an anti depressant.
This is our take on a vaporizer rub. The difference is that ours is made with love and can be used as an antispasmodic, will help to bring a calmness to your life, can improve blood circulation and will stimulate your metabolism.
For as long as I can remember, I have always known the smell of lavender to have a calming effect on the people in its presence. But it is also know to relieve joint pain when applied topically and can be used on a compress to treat burns, acne and wounds.
For centuries, sweet orange has been used for a number of different ailments but my favorite are that it can improve cognitive function and can be used as a mild aphrodisiac! :0d Another benefit of Tea Tree is that it can help get rid of athlete's foot.