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We take pride in everything we create, and it is only after consultation with our Expert Advisory Panel, who bring many years of R&D experience in the industry, that we come up with our special and unique formulations. There’s so much that goes into the process, and a variety of not just ingredients, but combinations of elements that offer particular benefits.

Did you know…

  • A single drop of peppermint essential oil is equivalent to 28 cups of peppermint tea?
  • It takes 100 pounds of lavender flowers to produce 1 pound of pure lavender oil?
  • 5,000 pounds of rose petals are required to distill 1 pound of pure rose oil, making it one of the most precious and expensive oils on the market!
  • Are essential oils not oils? They are highly concentrated plant constituents that possess potent medicinal and cosmetic qualities, but not the fatty acids that would make them oils
  • Essential oils will last for at least 5 years (if not 10), so one bottle could last you a decade!
  • Essential oils only be stored in dark bottles
  • You can smell of confidence by using oils like rosemary or jasmine! Jasmine has uplifting properties and helps calms nerves; Rosemary offers stimulating properties that fight mental fatigue and physical exhaustion.
  • Other good essential oils for boosting confidence include bergamot, orange, and grapefruit.
  • The Egyptians were the first people to take advantage of aromatherapy and aromatic herbs and included their use for religious purposes, cosmetics, and as medicine, way back in 3500 BC
  • In the 10th century AD, Persian physician Avicenna perfected the distillation process of essential oils.
  • Essential oils began to be used in massage therapy from the 1950s on.
  • Did you know that the rediscovery of essential oils involved an accident in which chemically burned hands were plunged into a bucket of Lavender essential oil?
  • Did you know that Royal Herb Strewers were employed to walk ahead of the King or Queen to strew herbs in their path and help sweeten the air and ward off diseases?
  • In Egypt, essential oils were used in the embalming process, and well-preserved oils were found in alabaster jars in King Tut’s tomb.
  • Essential oils can be derived from many parts of a plant — they can be made from bark, leaves, stems, and even flowers or blossoms, or the rind of the fruit
  • Essential oils are safer to use to clean your house than chemicals with artificial scents, which can cause allergic reactions and exposure to harmful toxins.

Instead of using water to dilute your essential oils for use, it is safer and more efficient to use a carrier oil.

We take pride in everything we create, and it is only after consultation with our Expert Advisory Panel, who bring many years of R&D experience in the industry, that we come up with our special and unique formulations. There’s so much that goes into the process, and a variety of not just ingredients, but combinations of elements that offer particular benefits.

Did you know…

  • A single drop of peppermint essential oil is equivalent to 28 cups of peppermint tea?
  • It takes 100 pounds of lavender flowers to produce 1 pound of pure lavender oil?
  • 5,000 pounds of rose petals are required to distill 1 pound of pure rose oil, making it one of the most precious and expensive oils on the market!
  • Essential oils are not really oils? They are highly concentrated plant constituents that possess potent medicinal and cosmetic qualities, but not the fatty acids that would make them oils
  • Essential oils will last for at least 5 years (if not 10), so one bottle could literally last you a decade!
  • Essential oils should only be stored in dark bottles?
  • You can smell of confidence by using oils like rosemary or jasmine! Jasmine has uplifting properties and helps calms nerves; rosemary offers stimulating properties that fight mental fatigue and physical exhaustion.
  • Other good essential oils for boosting confidence include bergamot, orange, and grapefruit.
  • The Egyptians were the first people to take advantage of aromatherapy and aromatic herbs and included their use for religious purposes, cosmetics, and as medicine, way back in 3500 BC
  • In the 10th century AD, Persian physician Avicenna perfected the distillation process of essential oils.
  • Essential oils began to be used in massage therapy from the 1950s on.
  • Did you know that the rediscovery of essential oils involved an accident in which chemically burned hands were plunged into a bucket of Lavender essential oil?
  • Did you know that Royal Herb Strewers were employed to walk ahead of the King or Queen to strew herbs in their path and help sweeten the air and ward off diseases?
  • In Egypt, essential oils were used in the embalming process and well preserved oils were found in alabaster jars in King Tut’s tomb.
  • Essential oils can be derived from many parts of a plant — they can be made from bark, leaves, stems, and even flowers or blossoms, or the rind of the fruit
  • Essential oils are safer to use to clean your house than chemicals with artificial scents, which can cause allergic reactions and exposure to harmful toxins.

Instead of using water to dilute your essential oils for use, it is safer and more effective to use a carrier oil.

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