• Rosemary Essential Oil

    Rosemary Oil (Rosmarinus Officinalis)  – .5 fl oz / .15 ml
    Rosemary has been extensively used since ancient times for a variety of purposes. The Romans gave special importance to the rosemary plant and used it frequently in religious ceremonies. It was also used during wedding ceremonies, food preparation, cosmetic care, and medicinal herbal care. Rosemary plant and its extract were also used by the ancient, Egyptian civilization as incense.  Rosemary oil is one of the most popular essential oils for its wide array of health benefits. It has become increasingly important and popular over the years as more of its various health benefits have become understood, including its ability to stimulate hair growth, boost mental activity, relieve respiratory problems and reduce pain.
    Aromatherapy: Rosemary essential oil is an excellent brain and nerve tonic. It is often used by students during exam times because it increases concentration and helps in studying efficiently. It stimulates mental activity and is a good remedy for depression, mental fatigue and forgetfulness. Inhaling rosemary oil seems lift your spirits immediately.
    Skincare: It can help increase circulation and relieve pain in the joints. It is said to have antimicrobial and antiseptic qualities that make it beneficial in efforts to eliminate eczema, dermatitis, oily skin, and acne.
    Hair Care: Rosemary oil is widely used for hair care in shampoos and lotions. It is rumored to stimulate follicles, making hair grow longer and stronger. It is also believed that rosemary oil slows down premature hair loss and graying of the hair. Therefore, it is an excellent tonic for bald people or those who are beginning to show signs on male pattern baldness.
    Always consult with your physician before using any essential oils or herbal remedies.
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  • Lemongrass Essential Oil

    Lemongrass Oil (Cymbopogon Flexuosus)  – .5 fl oz / 15 ml
    Lemongrass Essential Oil is stimulating and refreshing. It is used in holistic aromatherapy for a number of applications including use in formulations to help increase alertness and promote concentration and focus.  Lemongrass might help prevent the growth of some bacteria and yeast. Lemongrass also contains substances that are thought to relieve pain, reduce fever, stimulate the uterus and menstrual flow, and have antioxidant properties.
    Aromatherapy: Insomnia, restlessness and calming
    Skincare: Soothes muscular nerves and pain.  Astringent and Skin toning.  Balances natural oils.  It is also used for its antibacterial properties and anti-fungal properties
    Hair Care: For dandruff, psoriasis and eczema
    Always consult with your physician before using any essential oils or herbal remedies.
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  • Peppermint Essential Oil

    Peppermint Oil (Mentha Arvensis)  – .5 fl oz / .15 ml
    Peppermint Essential Oil has a strong, cooling aroma of fresh peppermint with clean, sweet top notes. It is believed to revitalize depleted energy and create a sense of refreshment to boost positive vibes. Peppermint Supreme Essential Oil has strong minty notes with herbaceous warm undertones while Peppermint Japanese generally has a high menthol content.
    Aromatherapy: Insomnia, restlessness, migraine headaches and to promote menstruation.
    Skincare:  It prevents scarring and stretch marks and reputedly slows the development of wrinkles. It is used on burns, sun-damaged skin, wounds, rashes, and, of course, skin infections.  It is also said to help with toothaches, sprains, nerve pain, sores, and joint pain.
    Hair Care: To stimulate growth and scalp health
    Always consult with your physician before using any essential oils or herbal remedies.
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