Organic Essential Oils: Pine, Tea Tree, Lavendine, Lemon, Oregano Vulgaris, Ravensara, Eucalyptus Cineol, Rosemary Cineol, Peppermint, Cajeput, Niaouli Cineol, Geranium, Cinnamon Leaf, Savory Winter, Thyme Thymol.
Plant Emulsifier: Water and Organic Aloe Vera Inner Leaf, Organic Apple Cider Vinegar, Organic Olive Oil, Organic non-GMO Soy Lecithin, Organic Almond Extract.
All of our essential oils come from their land of origin. We do not have any ingredients outsourced from China.
Organic essential oils efficiently travel through the human body, similar to hormones, and easily interact with our cell receptors: the site for our body’s vital communication network, allowing essential oils to have an influence on the nervous, endocrine, and immune systems.
Clove, the dried bud of the clove tree, is relaxing on the nervous system while stimulating on the circulatory system. Clove encourages the breakdown of mucus that has moved to the lungs and digestive tract.
Oregano is able to adapt to a variety of soil and environmental conditions. A broad-spectrum anti-infective; oregano has historically been used to purify and cleanse.
Pine is an antiseptic and decongestant on the respiratory system; pine creates expanse in the lungs by relaxing the nervous system, creating space to breathe.
Tea Tree, a broad-spectrum anti-infective with a dominant restorative function, it stimulates white blood cell activity in the body, encouraging the activation and restoration of the body’s immune defenses.
Lavandin, a hybrid between two species of Lavandula. More stimulating than Lavandula angustifolia; lavandin increases circulation while simultaneously calming the nerves, encouraging balance and harmony in the body.
Lemon is a circulatory stimulant with a detoxifying action. The fruit produces a high amount of vitamin C; lemon has a stimulating action that decongests and detoxifies.
Eucalyptus, a broad-spectrum anti-infective, balances the respiratory system and cools inflammation.
Ravensara is tonifying and antimicrobial plant that gently revitalizes the systems of the body that are fatigued and weakened.
Rosemary, while now grown as a common garden herb,is a tonic, circulatory stimulant, and antioxidant; rosemary has a drying and stimulating effect on bronchial secretions.
Peppermint, a widely used herb in cultures around the world today, has been cultivated since ancient times for its medicinal applications. Primarily utilized for its ability to strengthen and soothe the digestive system; peppermint invigorates the senses and reduces inflammation.
Cajeput is a nourishing stimulant; cajeput has a drying, warming, and restorative effect on the various systems of the body, including the: respiratory, musculoskeletal, digestive, and cardiovascular systems.
Niaouli, is revitalizing stimulant; niaouli protects and restores the systems of the body, similar to cajeput and eucalyptus.
Geranium is a relaxant and decongestant; geranium harmonizes and nourishes the systems in the body.
Cinnamon, a spice commonly found in kitchens around the world, has broad-spectrum anti-infective properties. Warming, invigorating, and drying; cinnamon is a circulatory stimulant.
Savory is a decongestant and circulatory stimulant in the pelvic region; savory has broad-spectrum anti-infective properties and is a strong antioxidant.
Thyme is a powerful antiseptic with broad-spectrum anti-infective properties; thyme is an expectorant secretomotor.