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What Are Essential Oils

    Essential oils are volatile aromatic compounds and are derived from various aromatic plants' seeds, wood, leaves, flowers, roots, fruits, and resins. When you smell a plant's fragrant fragrance, you smell the essential oils which evaporate off the plant.... 

Best from Aromatheraphy...

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Essential oils:

  • Balance Hormones

  • Elevate Moods

  • Improve Sleep Quality

  • Strengthen Immunity

  • Fight Infection

  • Promote Oral Health

  • Slow the Aging Process

  • ...

...They all have their own unique chemical constituents                          which help the plant to heal itself and the oils are natural to          the plants own natural defense system. They are highly
        concentrated and are fifty to seventy times more powerful            than herbs.

The choice of nature...

Research shows that this oil has positive effects on immune health, blood flow and emotions, making it a natural remedy for the endocrine, cardiovascular, reproductive and digestive systems.

100% natural essential oil Ylang Ylang (10 ml)

Did you know that it takes over 10,000 rose petals to make just one 15ml bottle of rose essential oil.

  Essential oils perform many functions as part of the plants immune system, including
regulating growth, functions as plant enzymes, regulating metabolism, warding off,bacteria, viruses and fungi...
 When we use essential oils, we receive similar benefits.

Essential oils are the life force of the plant and have the highest vibrational frequency of any natural substance. They help to dispel low vibrational pathogens, creating a healthy chakra vibration, restoring a healthy body, clarity to the mind and peace to the spirit.
Essential oils support the body on a physical, mental, emotional and spiritual level.

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