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How do I choose the types of Essential oils for different occasions?

You should learn more about the scents and essential oils to make your choice. Lavender oils work towards calming, elucidating, relaxing and controlling the body and mind. Eucalyptus oils work to purify the body and mind, to cool, to stabilize and to revitalize. Peppermint oils strengthen, refresh, cool and cultivate vitality while Rosemary revitalizes, warms and clarifies the body and mind. Sweet Orange oils uplift your body and mind, as well as produce a cheerful and stimulating feeling. Geranium lifts, balance, stabilizes and relaxes the body and mind. Bergamot oils lift your moods, normalize your mind, and build your confidence.

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Aromatherapy is a practice of using essential oils obtained from different parts of plants in order to maintain the mental and physical well-being of man, to maintain balance and harmonization of emotions...


Clary Sage Essential Oil (Salvia sclarea) has herbaceous aroma with a hint of floral notes.

Clary Sage Essential Oil is famous for its antidepressant, antibacterial and anti-inflammatory effect. It improves digestion, relieves stress, improves circulation, soothes the skin, promote healthy-looking hairs and scalp.

Clary Sage Oil is one of the most relaxing, soothing, and balancing essential oils...

Basil essential oil (Ocimum basilicum) is clear liquid with light lemon to bright yellow-green color has naturally sweet, warm, spicy and herbal smell.

     Basil is commonly used to improve the flavor of many recipes today. However, its uses extend far beyond the culinary world.

     Basil essential oil reduces feelings of tension, stress and anxiety. It helps promote a sense of focus, relax and has slightly stimulating effect on the nervous system....


Melissa Essential Oil (Melissa officinalis) also known as Lemon balm has a wonderfully fresh, citrus character. It’s a delightful aroma that many people find pleasant.

  Melissa is commonly found in cosmetic creams, lotions and personal care products because of its skin-benefitting properties.

  Melissa essential oil is often used to reduce tense feelings, depression, promote relaxation, and calm feelings of nervousness. It helps with indigestion, sleep disorders and insomnia, fungal and skin infections, nausea and flatulence.

If you’re not constantly looking for ways to pamper yourself, at the risk of sounding a little on the bossy side, you definitely should! With all of the demands that life brings combined with all that you do for others, you deserve to set aside a little time (and money) to make yourself feel special. One way to do that? Invest in some essential oils.

Out of all of the things we could’ve recommended, you might be surprised that this is what came to mind, but there are three solid reasons why we stand firm on our recommendation.

Herbal Oils

Juniper berry essential oil typically comes from the fresh or dried berries and needles of the Juniperus communis plant species. Known as a powerful detoxifier and immune system booster, juniper berry plants originate from Bulgaria and have a long history of naturally helping prevent both short- and long-term illnesses.

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Lavender oil (Lavandula officinalis) has a pale yellow color with medium strong floral, refreshing-herbaceous, sweet, woody aroma.

This multipurpose oil is widely used in perfumes, soaps, bath oils, fresheners, beauty and skin care products.

Lavender oil relaxes and balances your body and mind. Reduces fatigue, insomnia, headache, anxiety and depression. Increases the body's defenses against viruses, colds, bacterial and fungal infections. Relieves muscle and joint pain, arthritis, rheumatism. Restores elasticity and fresh skin. It is also suitable for burns and wounds.

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