|Relaxing & Soothing: The citrus blend produces a |
delightful aroma. A relaxing, clean scent opening with
a blend with bergamot & orange, and ending with a
punch lily and a touch of rich piney woods. The
orange essential oil is antiseptic, astringent, and
anti-inflammatory. It is used in aromatherapy to
promote a lightness of spirit and clarity of thought.
||Invigorating & Uplifting: A warm, rich, sensual
fragrance. A strong cinnamon with pronounced
woody notes. The essential oil is antiseptic, digestive,
antiviral, and analgesic. Aromatherapy researchers
have found that the scent reduces drowsiness,
irritability, and the pain and number of headaches.
||Calming: The soothingly cool, refreshing smell of the
eucalyptus plant is like breathing in fresh green air!
The eucalyptus essential oil is antiseptic, analgesic,
antiviral, and decongestant. In aromatherapy, it is
used as steam inhalation to ease nasal congestion
and inhibit proliferation of the cold virus. It is a
soothing scent that induces calmness and counters
mental fatigue by promoting deep breathing.
||Calming & Uplifting: Very true herbal lavender. A
strong, sweet fragrance whose essential oil is
antifungal, anti-inflammatory and analgesic. In
aromatherapy, lavender is traditionally believed to be
relaxing. Several small studies reported that it helps
||Soothing & Calming: A fresh, herbal, lemon scent.
The essential oil is antiseptic, antibacterial, and
antiviral. It also has good deodorizing properties. In
aromatherapy lemongrass is used as an
antidepressant, to soothe aches and pains, and to
||Soothing & Headache Relief: Refreshing
lemongrass essential oil is antiseptic, antibacterial,
and antiviral, while sweet, apple like chamomile
essential oil is anti-inflammatory, antiseptic, promotes
digestion and soothes nervous tension.
Aromatherapists use both to relieve stress, tension
||Invigorating & Headache Relief: A powerful,
minty-fresh, cool, and distinctive fragrance. The
essential oil is anti-inflammatory, analgesic, antiviral
decongestant, and aids digestion. In aromatherapy,
the invigorating aroma enhances alertness and
||Stimulating & Energizing: Traditional fragrance of
tall pine trees and quiet forests. A fresh, sharp aroma
commonly used to deodorize. The essential oil is
antibacterial, analgesic, energizing and antiseptic. In
aromatherapy it is used to lighten fatigue and reduce
||Relaxing & Purifying: A rich, deep, sweet and
woody fragrance. The essential oil is antiseptic,
insecticidal, and sedative. According to mythology,
sandalwood originally grew only in heaven’s gardens
and thus, in some cultures it is associated with the
cleansing of sins. In aromatherapy it is used to
induce a calm and meditative state by sedating the
nervous system, subduing nervousness and anxiety.
||Uplifting: Cool, sweet, fresh spearmint. This
essential oil is anti-inflammatory, analgesic and
astringent. It is used in aromatherapy to ease the
pain of headaches, while uplifting spirits and clearing
||Peaceful & Calming: A soothing citrus blend of
bitter and sweet orange, warmed by a spicy blend of
cinnamon. Orange essential oil is antiseptic,
astringent, and anti-inflammatory. It is used in
aromatherapy to promote a lightness of spirit and
clarity of thought, while cinnamon is used to warm and
stimulate the senses.
||Uplifting & Euphoric: This sweet, exotic aroma is
associated with sensuality, confidence and security.
The essential oil is anti oxidant, sedative and relaxing.
Aromatherapists use it to create a relaxed, euphoric
mood and to reduce tension, frustration and irritability.
||Calming & Uplifting: The essential oil is antiseptic,
hypotensive, and sedative. This Indonesian tree
produces yellow blossoms that emit an entrancing,
sweet floral scent hauntingly similar to Jasmine. A
very relaxing fragrance which is used in aromatherapy
to produce feelings of deep, languid calm that melt
away anxiety, tension and stress.