Pine Essential Oil supports healthy respiratory system*. Add it to your bath and sauna to de-stress and rejuvenate! First investigated by Hippocrates, the father of Western medicine, pine is soothing for stressed muscles and joints when used in massage.
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Sacred & Royal
Sacred Sandalwood and Royal Hawaiian Sandalwood Essential Oil have been used in cultural and spiritual ceremonies for centuries. The Indian Ayurvedic system of medicine and culture has historically has used Sandalwood.
Sandalwood Essential Oil is high in sesquiterpenes which helps create deep relaxation of the nervous system and why it has been used for centuries to enhance meditation and prayer.
Royal Hawaiian Sandalwood is distilled from the native Hawaiian sandalwood tree found only in Hawaii. It is sought after in skin care for its supporting and moisturizing properties. It has deep relaxation properties which encourages meditation and connection with our creator and why it has traditionally used in religious ceremonies and ritual.
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Northern Lights Black Spruce Oil essential oil from British Columbia, Canadian Farm improves the appearance of dry skin. Add it to skin care products or apply topically to support and maintain the appearance of healthy-looking skin.
This oil includes the naturally occurring constituents alpha-pinene, camphene, and beta-pinene.
Northern Lights Black Spruce Oil is a special oil that is distilled at Young Living's Northern Lights tree farm in British Columbia, Canada. The trees are bathed in the energy of the aurora borealis which is believed by many cultures to contain spiritual renewal and clarity.
The Native Americans used Spruce for medicinal, spiritual and practical reasons. They used it for protection and capturing the universal energy here on earth the earth plane.
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Spearmint plants and essential oil has many benefits including supporting of healthy digestive system when taken internally (see spearmint vitality). It contains naturally occurring carvone and limonene.
The oil is steam distilled from the leaves of the spearmint plants at our farm in Utah.
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Tangerine Essential Oil is rich in d-limonene. Uplifts and eases stress plus smells great!
Cold pressed from the rind and is a species variation of the mandarin orange.
Tangerine variations can be of the species citrus nobilis or citrus reticulate so it can be a bit confusing. The citrus nobilis species is often associated with the tangor or temple orange so for our purposes we will stick with citrus reticulate.
Mandarin and Tangerine have very similar properties and are often interchanged; however, there are some differences in chemistry. Mandarin essential oil contains esters while tangerine does not. Mandarin oil also has greater alcohol content. And Mandarin is steam distilled from the leaves, not the rind.
Tangerine contains 85-93% limonene. Limonene is found in citrus oils.
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The tarragon plant and tarragon essential oil. It is supportive to the digestive system and may supports overall wellness. Contains naturally occurring constituent estragole.
Tarragon essential oil is simple and convenient to use everyday; and you can use it for cooking as well! Just in case you have run out of the herb, just place a drop in your salad dressing or sauce. It’s that easy.
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Thyme Oil is a key essential oil in the Raindrop Technique. It includes the naturally occurring constituents thymol, para-cymene, and gamma-terpinene.
Known since ancient times as a medicinal herb, thyme contains large amounts of thymol. Use to energize mind and bring clarity of direction.
One of my favorite massage oils Ortho Ease contains this oil. It is great to soothe muscles before or after exercise!
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The Canadian Hemlock Tree produces a therapeutic grade essential oil that has been used by the North American Indian tribes for hundreds of years commonly referred to as Tsuga Essential Oil. They made a tea from the twigs.
By the way, there is some confusion over the Canadian Hemlock Tree and Tsuga essential oil. This is NOT the poison hemlock which is Conium maculatum.
Valerian root distilled from the root has been used for centuries. During the last three decades, it has been clinically investigated for its relaxing properties.
Researchers have pinpointed the sesquiterpenes, valerenic acid, and valerone as the active constituents that exert a calming and restorative effect on the central nervous system*. German health authorities have pronounced valerian to be an effective aid for the body's needs.*
The fragrance is very calming and grounding to the body and mind. It has a musty and woody aroma that most people either like or don’t like! But, animals seem to resonate very well with this oil.
That is why Valerian root is perfect for restlessness, occasional sleeplessness and anything that may require a little stress easing! Trauma Life a professionally made blend contains this oil for that reason.
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Vetiver Essential Oil is very grounding and the aroma is very earthy. It takes me right back to the woods I used to hike in as a child during the fall when the leaves are falling...
So, emotionally vetiver is very grounding and calming; any may support recovering from emotional upheaval or stress.
One of the oils that is highest in sesquiterpenes, vetiver was studied by Dr. Terry Friedmann for improving children's behavior.
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Wintergreen Essential Oil contains 85-99% of methyl salicylate the same active ingredient as birch and is beneficial in massage for soothing muscle tension after exercising. This is a key oil in the Raindrop Technique.
Did you know that Wintergreen Essential Oil contains 85-99% of methyl salicylate?
Birch and wintergreen are the only plants in the world that naturally contain methyl salicylate.
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Steam distilled from flowers of trees grown in Ecuador and Madagascar, Ylang Ylang essential oil has a sweet, romantic aroma and moisturizing properties, making it a key ingredient in many luxury skin and hair products. Ylang Ylang is often classified as a heart note because it emerges just as the top notes begin to dissipate. Add it to your daily moisturizer, a steamy bath, or homemade hair mask for a relaxing, luxuriously aromatic at-home spa day.
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