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    Perfect essential oil dropper pipette. These work wonderfully for making blends and transferring oils. BPA-free plastic. Holds 3mL of liquid.
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  • Almond Oil, Organic
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    Almond oil is a universal carrier, and it's integral for all your moisturizing and skin care needs. It's lightweight and pairs so well with most essential oils you would apply topically. It contains vitamin A, E, and B, as well as Oleic and Linoleic essential fatty acids. Almond oil has a very mild odour, and it blends well into the skin.

    Cultivation method: certified organic
    Latin name: prunus dulcis
    Country of origin: Spain
    Extraction method: expressed
    Part distilled: seeds
    Odour: mild, semi-sweet, true almond

    Disclaimer: The information listed above is for educational purposes only. It is not meant to treat, prevent, or cure any diseases

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  • essentialaura amber glass bottles
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    These are the classic Boston amber bottles, perfect for rebottling your bulk essential oils. Amber glass is ideal for storing essential oils, as it reduces the chance of damage from the sun. 

    Choose either 5ml, 10ml, or 30ml sizes amber glass bottle. Every bottle comes with a dropper cap, ideal for more precise measurements. 

    Price is per bottle.

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  • Anise seeds
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    Use anise seed essential oil at the end of the day to relax and detox. Diffuse with ginger or lavender essential oils for a calming aroma, especially when you need to feel grounded. Add anise to your favourite carrier oil and apply to congested areas of your skin for a detoxing effect. 

    Blends well with: black pepper, lavender, orange, pine, rose

    Cultivation method: unsprayed
    Latin name: pimpinella anisum
    Country of origin: Egypt
    Extraction method: steam distillation
    Part distilled: seeds
    Odour: sweet, liquorice-like, spicy, clean

    Disclaimer: Avoid while pregnant, may irritate skin. Dilute before use. Keep out of reach of children. Consult a qualified practitioner before taking internally. Consult a physician before use if you are pregnant. Avoid contact with eyes and mucous membranes. The information listed above is for educational purposes only. It is not meant to treat, diagnose, prevent, or cure any diseases.

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  • Basil leaves
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    We have too many 10mL bottles of Basil ct. Chavicol so now is your chance to save 15%. Quantities limited. Sale applies to 10mL size only.

    A mind stimulant, organic basil (ct chavicol) essential oil is excellent for calming nerves, and clearing the mind, as well as for muscular tension and headaches. Blend it with lavender or bergamot for a beautiful, calming scent. Use it to help fight colds, coughs, and the flu.

    Did you know? Basil oil also works well as an insect repellent!

    Blends well with: bergamot, black pepper, cedarwood, fennel, geranium, grapefruit, lavender, lemon, marjoram, neroli

    Cultivation method: certified organic
    Latin name: ocimum basilicum ct. methyl chavicol
    Country of origin: India
    Extraction method: steam distillation
    Part distilled: flowering tops and leaves
    Odour: sweet, herbaceous

    Disclaimer: Avoid while pregnant. Do not use on sensitive skin. Dilute before use. Consult a qualified practitioner before taking internally. Avoid contact with eyes and mucous membranes. The information listed above is for educational purposes only. It is not meant to treat, prevent, diagnose, or cure any diseases
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  • Basil leaves
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    Diffuse basil (ct linalool) essential oil with your favourite citrus oil for a beautiful aroma that can help focus the mind and reduce anxiety. Diluted basil can also work to release tension in your muscles, especially after an active day. Blend basil with eucalyptus radiata to help with migraines, or with frankincense to promote a calm mental state and aid digestion.

    Blends well with: cedarwood, bergamot, clary sage, lemon, lime, neroli, grapefruit, rosemary cineole

    Cultivation method: unsprayed
    Latin name: ocimum basilicum ct. linalool
    Country of origin: Egypt
    Extraction method: steam distillation
    Part distilled: flowering tops and leaves
    Odour: sweet, herbaceous

    Disclaimer: Avoid during pregnancy. May irritate sensitive skin. Dilute before use. Consult a qualified practitioner before taking internally. Avoid contact with eyes and mucous membranes. The information listed above is for educational purposes only. It is not meant to treat, prevent, diagnose, or cure any diseases.

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  • bentonite clay
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    Use bentonite volcanic clay as a part of your regular skincare routine to help detoxify, cleanse, and heal your skin. This clay works as an astringent, and can be taken internally to cleanse the colon. If you have sensitive skin, this clay may prove soothing, and it can increase blood flow. 

    Disclaimer: Consult a qualified practitioner before taking internally. Consult a physician before use if you are pregnant. Avoid contact with eyes and mucous membranes. The information listed above is for educational purposes only. It is not meant to treat, prevent, or cure any diseases.

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  • sliced bergamot fruit
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    Your perfumery kit isn’t complete without bergamot essential oil’s beautiful, complex citrusy scent. Diffuse organic bergamot with geranium and lavender at the end of the day to relax and unwind. Bergamot essential oil is essential to your stress-reducing oil blends.

    Blends well with: black pepper, clary sage, frankincense, lavender, nutmeg, rosemary, vetiver, ylang ylang

    Cultivation method: certified organic
    Latin name: citrus aurantium bergamia
    Country of origin: India
    Extraction method: expressed
    Part extracted: fruit and peel
    Odour: complex citrus, sweet, fresh, floral

    Disclaimer: Can be photo-toxic, do not place on sensitive skin that is exposed to sunlight. Dilute before use. Consult a qualified practitioner before taking internally. Consult a physician before use if you are pregnant. Avoid contact with eyes and mucous membranes. The information listed above is for educational purposes only. It is not meant to treat, prevent, diagnose, or cure any diseases.

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  • essentialaura black cumin seeds
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    Use black cumin oil as part of your nutrition and personal care regimen for its high content of minerals, vitamins, and essential fatty acids.

    It blends well with a variety of essential oils, and can also be used to make 3 ingredient moisturizers! Check our DIY Kits section for moisturizer inspirations!

    Cultivation method: certified organic
    Latin name: nigella sativa
    Country of origin: Israel
    Extraction method: cold pressed - virgin

    Part distilled: seeds

    Disclaimer: Avoid while pregnant. Dilute if using on sensitive skin. Consult a physician before use if you are pregnant. Avoid contact with eyes and mucous membranes. The information listed above is for educational purposes only. It is not meant to treat, prevent, diagnose, or cure any diseases.

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  • whole black peppercorns
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    Black pepper essential oil is a great oil to include in your daily activity regimen, as it boosts endurance, increases circulation, and helps tone muscles. Blend with your favourite carrier oil and apply to your skin before working out. 

    If you’re feeling unfocused, diffuse black pepper with basil essential oil, as it’s a mental stimulant and can help with alertness and motivate stamina. Blend black pepper with ginger essential oil to help with digestive issues.

    Blends well with: frankincense, lavender, rosemary, marjoram, spicy and floral oils

    Cultivation method: certified organic
    Latin name: piper nigrum
    Family: piperaceae
    Country of origin: Madagascar
    Extraction method: steam distillation
    Part distilled: fruit
    Odour: spicy, sweet and warm

    Disclaimer: Avoid while pregnant. May irritate sensitive skin. Dilute before use. Consult a qualified practitioner before taking internally. Avoid contact with eyes and mucous membranes. The information listed above is for educational purposes only. It is not meant to treat, prevent, diagnose, or cure any diseases.

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  • Cedarwood cones and needles
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    Did you know that Atlas cedarwood essential oil was used by the ancient Egyptians in embalming, cosmetics, and perfumery? They also used the wood for building as it repelled ants, moths, and other harmful insects, just like the oil from the Atlas cedar.

    Diffuse atlas cedarwood at the end of a long day to promote a relaxing environment. This is a very grounding and calming oil. Add cedarwood to your daily toning or moisturizing routine to promote skin vitality and help improve skin imperfections.

    Blends well with: bergamot, cypress, juniper, neroli, clary sage, vetiver, rosemary, ylang ylang, and floral bases

    Cultivation method: certified organic
    Latin name: cedrus atlantica
    Country of origin: Morocco
    Extraction method: steam distillation
    Part distilled: heartwood
    Odour: warm, sweet, earthy, balsamic

    Disclaimer: Dilute before use. Avoid on sensitive skin. Avoid during pregnancy. Consult a qualified practitioner before taking internally. Avoid contact with eyes and mucous membranes. The information listed above is for educational purposes only. It is not meant to treat, prevent, diagnose, or cure any diseases.

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  • Chamomile, German Essential Oil, Organic
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    German chamomile essential oil is famously calming, with a beautiful blue hue. It is uplifting, invigorating, and helps warm the body. Blend it with tea tree to help with cough and congestion, or diffuse it with lavender for indigestion and nausea.

    Blends well with: geranium, lavender, patchouli, rose, neroli, bergamot, marjoram, lemon, ylang ylang, clary sage

    Cultivation method: certified organic
    Latin name: matricaria chamomilia
    Country of origin: Nepal
    Extraction method: steam distillation
    Part distilled: flowering tops
    Odour: pungent, earthy, herbaceous

    Disclaimer: Possible irritant on sensitive and allergic skin. Dilute before use. Consult a qualified practitioner before taking internally. Consult a physician before use if you are pregnant. Avoid contact with eyes and mucous membranes. The information listed above is for educational purposes only. It is not meant to treat, prevent, diagnose, or cure any diseases.

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  • Roman Chamomile Flower
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    Add Roman chamomile essential oil to your favourite body care products to help heal and rejuvenate your skin. Chamomile oil will help calm your body and mind after a stressful workday. Diffuse with lavender or other floral oils for a soothing aroma. Blend it into your favourite moisturizer (we love coconut oil) or conditioner for an extra rejuvenating boost!

    Blends well with: clary sage, bergamot, neroli, rose, geranium, lavender

    Cultivation method: unsprayed
    Latin name: anthemis nobilis
    Country of origin: USA
    Extraction method: steam distillation
    Part distilled: flowering tops
    Odour: sweet, apple-like

    DisclaimerPossible skin irritant. Dilute before use. Keep away from children. Consult a qualified practitioner before taking internally. Consult a physician before use if you are pregnant. Avoid contact with eyes and mucous membranes. The information listed above is for educational purposes only. It is not meant to treat, prevent, diagnose, or cure any diseases.

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  • Red cinnamon leaves
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    Everyone knows cinnamon leaf essential oil's distinctive aroma. It’s used regularly in cooking and baking, but did you know it has powerful antiseptic properties? Diffuse a few drops of cinnamon leaf oil to clear a room of airborne bacteria. Dilute it in your favourite carrier oil and apply to your abdomen to soothe the pancreas and fight infection.

    Blends well with: ylang ylang, orange, mandarin, clove bud, ginger, cardamom, rosemary, frankincense, tea tree, thyme

    Cultivation method: certified organic
    Latin name: cinnamomum zeylanicum
    Country of origin: Sri Lanka
    Extraction: steam distillation
    Part distilled: leaves
    Odour: spicy, sweet, green note

    Disclaimer: Avoid on sensitive skin, may cause irritation. Avoid during pregnancy. Dilute before use. Consult a qualified practitioner before taking internally. Avoid contact with eyes and mucous membranes. The information listed above is for educational purposes only. It is not meant to treat, prevent, diagnose, or cure any diseases.

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  • citronella plant
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    Citronella essential oil is an excellent insect repellent! It’s also great at scaring away cold, flu, and fatigue! Citronella works as an antiseptic and a deodorant, so it’s perfect for when you’re feeling under the weather. Diffuse a few drops to uplift the spirit and fight infection.

    Blends well with: cedarwood, geranium, lemon, bergamot, orange, pine, eucalyptus, peppermint, tea tree

    Cultivation method: certified organic
    Latin name: cymbopogan nardus
    Country of origin: India
    Extraction method: steam distillation
    Part distilled: fresh grass
    Odour: fresh, crisp, lemony

    Disclaimer: Dilute before use. Avoid during pregnancy. May irritate skin. Consult a qualified practitioner before taking internally. Avoid contact with eyes and mucous membranes. The information listed above is for educational purposes only. It is not meant to treat, prevent, diagnose, or cure any diseases.

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  • Clary sage flower
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    Not only does clary sage essential oil have a beautiful, floral aroma that will delight your senses, it has uplifting and energizing properties! Diffuse clary sage with lavender or chamomile to centre yourself at the end of a long day. Dilute clary sage and apply topically to soothe cramps, and improve the youthful look of your skin at the same time!

    Blends well with: lavender, juniper, coriander, cardamom, geranium, cedarwood, pine, frankincense, bergamot, citrus oils

    Cultivation method: unsprayed
    Latin name: salvia sclarea
    Country of origin: USA
    Extraction method: steam distillation
    Part distilled: flowering tops and leaves
    Odour: fruity, floral, herbaceous

    Disclaimer: Avoid during pregnancy. Dilute before use. May irritate sensitive skin. Consult a qualified practitioner before taking internally. Avoid contact with eyes and mucous membranes. The information listed above is for educational purposes only. It is not meant to treat, prevent, diagnose, or cure any diseases.

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  • Cleanse oil synergy blend in bottle
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    Cleanse Synergy

    $12.08

    Cleanse Synergy is a detoxifying, pure essential oil blend that is a great external addition to your internal cleansing regimen!

    We created this blend to reduce water retention and cellulite as well as increase energy. Peppermint and juniper stimulate the lymphatic system to release trapped toxins in our cells while cypress and fennel are great diuretics. Include this synergy in your detoxing routine!

    Add 5-10 drops of Cleanse synergy to one tablespoon of your favourite carrier (we love a sunflower or jojoba oil base), and massage into target areas. Use it in a full body massage for general detoxifying support.

    Ingredients: cedarwood, cypress, fennel, grapefruit, juniper, peppermint

    Disclaimer: Dilute before use. Consult a qualified practitioner before taking internally. Consult a physician before use if you are pregnant. Avoid contact with eyes and mucous membranes. The information listed above is for educational purposes only. It is not meant to treat, prevent, or cure any diseases.

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  • organic clove buds
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    Clove bud essential oil has historically been used in dental and gum care. Add one drop of clove essential oil to at least two ounces of water and gargle for a soothing gum treatment. Not to mention that it will freshen your breath!

    Diffuse with orange and ginger for a warming Autumn aroma that will stimulate and invigorate the senses.

    Blends well with: rose, lavender, clary sage, bergamot, lavandin, ylang ylang

    Cultivation method: certified organic
    Latin name: eugenia carophyllata
    Country of origin: Indonesia
    Extraction method: steam distillation
    Part distilled: buds
    Odour: strong, spicy and sometimes floral

    Disclaimer: Dilute before use. Avoid during pregnancy, and with kidney and liver conditions. May irritate sensitive skin. Use at 1% dilution or less when applying to skin. Consult a qualified practitioner before taking internally. Avoid contact with eyes and mucous membranes. The information listed above is for educational purposes only. It is not meant to treat, prevent, diagnose, or cure any diseases.

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  • unrefined cocoa butter
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    Our unrefined, organic cocoa butter is a rich emollient with excellent skin softening, conditioning, and lubricating properties. A very stable ‘fat’ extracted from cacao nuts during the manufacturing of cocoa and chocolate, unrefined cocoa butter contains naturally occurring antioxidants.

    Massage directly into your skin for a chocolaty treat. Our cocoa butter retains its chocolate aroma and melts on skin contact. It is an excellent base for blending with essential oils, or as the thickening agent for your moisturizer. It’s known to improve skin flexibility, which makes it a favourite for belly butters to prevent stretch marks during pregnancy.

    Pair it with our unrefined shea butter for massage bars, lip balms and belly butters. Melt the butters together on very low heat; remove from heat and briefly whip in your choice of organic essential oils, pour into a container and leave to set.

    Cultivation method: certified organic
    Latin name: theobroma cacao
    Country of origin: Ecuador
    Characteristics: pure, unrefined; rich chocolate aroma; yellow, food grade

    Disclaimer: The information listed above is for educational purposes only. It is not meant to treat, diagnose, prevent, or cure any diseases.

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  • essentialaura coconut
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    Apply this lovely coconut oil right after a shower/bath to banish dry skin. Use it for a rejuvenating warm oil treatment on your scalp. It’s also a great base for blending essential oils in massage. Coconut oil is a truly multi-purpose oil that everyone can enjoy!

    Cultivation method: certified organic
    Latin name: cocos nucifera
    Country of origin: Philippines
    Extraction method: virgin, expressed
    Part used: coconut meat

    Disclaimer: The information listed above is for educational purposes only. It is not meant to treat, prevent, or cure any diseases.

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  • cypress cones
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    Diffuse cypress essential oil with your favourite citrus oil for a refreshing and uplifting scent. Dilute and apply topically to cleanse your skin. Add three drops of cypress essential oil to your bath to relax at the end of a stressful day.

    Blends well with: cedarwood, pine, lavender, mandarin, clary sage, lemon, cardamom, chamomile, juniper, bergamot, orange, mandarin

    Cultivation method: unsprayed
    Latin name: cupressus sempervirens
    Country of origin: Crete, Greece
    Extraction method: steam distillation
    Part distilled: needle and cone
    Odour: fresh, piney, balsamic

    Disclaimer: May irritate sensitive skin. Dilute before use. Avoid during pregnancy. Consult a qualified practitioner before taking internally. Avoid contact with eyes and mucous membranes. The information listed above is for educational purposes only. It is not meant to treat, prevent, diagnose, or cure any diseases.

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  • pile of dead sea salt
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    Dead Sea Salt

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    Sourced from the Southern Dead Sea in Israel, this sea salt is perfect for spa treatments and for making therapeutic bath salts and scrubs. Use this salt to cleanse, exfoliate and soften your skin.

    Characteristics: Natural white, very high mineral content, low moisture.

    Disclaimer: The information listed above is for educational purposes only. It is not meant to treat, diagnose, prevent, or cure any diseases.

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  • eucalyptus leaves
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    Cold and flu season is here and your aromatherapy kit isn’t complete eucalyptus globulus essential oil to regenerate the lungs and help clear the sinuses. Blend this oil with peppermint or ginger oil in a diffuser for cold relief.

    Add a few drops to coconut oil and rub into your skin for a revitalizing moisturizer.

    Blends well with: thyme, rosemary, lavender, marjoram, pine, cedarwood, lemon, peppermint, chamomile

    Cultivation method: certified organic
    Latin name: eucalyptus globulus
    Country of origin: China
    Extraction method: steam distillation
    Part distilled: leaves
    Odour: camphorous with a woody, sweet undertone

    Disclaimer: May irritate sensitive skin. Avoid during pregnancy. Dilute before use. Consult a qualified practitioner before taking internally. Avoid contact with eyes and mucous membranes. The information listed above is for educational purposes only. It is not meant to treat, prevent, diagnose, or cure any diseases.

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  • eucalyptus leaves
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    Diffuse and inhale eucalyptus radiata essential oil directly to relieve respiratory ailments, including asthma and nervous exhaustion. Diffuse during cold season to fight viral and bacterial infections.

    Blend with your preferred carrier oil and massage into affected areas to relieve aches and pains.

    Blends well with: thyme, rosemary, marjoram, pine, spruce, fir, geranium, lavender, cedarwood, lemon

    Cultivation method: certified organic
    Latin name: eucalyptus radiata
    Country of origin: South Africa
    Extraction method: steam distillation
    Part used: leaves
    Odour: sweet camphorous

    Disclaimer: Avoid use on sensitive or damaged skin. Avoid during pregnancy, and with children. Dilute before use. Consult a qualified practitioner before taking internally. Avoid contact with eyes and mucous membranes. The information listed above is for educational purposes only. It is not meant to treat, prevent, diagnose, or cure any diseases.

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