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Allspice essential oil (Pimenta dioica) has a warm, sweet aroma that is very reminiscent of fall time. This is especially so when Allspice oil is mixed with other essential oils such as Sweet Orange, Cinnamon, or Clove Bud.
Allspice Oil, in small dilutions, is said to act as an aphrodisiac. The smell of Allspice is very often a favorite of men and is sometimes used as a grounding scent for cologne. Its rich, warm aroma complements masculine blends.
Allspice Oil is also known as Pimento Berry Essential Oil & is helpful in supporting healthy digestion and during times of seasonal illness. These properties and many more make Allspice Oil a prefect essential oil to have all year round.
Anise Star Essential Oil has an aroma similar to black licorice. Star Anise Oil can be useful in diffuser and inhaler blends intended to help ease bronchitis, colds and the flu.
Star Anise Essential Oil may also be helpful in aromatherapy blends that are intended to help digestion and muscular aches or pains. Anise Star essential oil is believed to be helpful during a woman’s normal transition to menopause.
This oil is also helpful in relieving the feeling of having over-indulged at the dinner table. Anise Star can help smooth out the discomfort and fullness of a “bloated/tight tummy.”
Anise Star Oil (Illicium verum) is sometimes confused with Anise Oil (Pimpinella anisum) because both have similar names, both possess a similar aroma and both have similar, but not completely identical properties.
In aromatherapy, Basil Essential Oil, also called Sweet Basil Essential Oil, is derived from the leaves of Ocimum basilicum, better known as the Basil herb. Sweet Basil Essential Oil is reputed to stimulate, clarify, calm, fortify, energize and uplift the mind. It is also said to repel insects, eliminate odor-causing bacteria, soothe headaches, and relieve respiratory as well as digestive discomforts.
When used medicinally, Basil Essential Oil is reputed to ease minor skin irritations, cramps, joint pain, muscular aches, spasms, gout, flatulence, and exhaustion. It is also said to enhance immune function, protect against infection, reduce water retention, and stabilize irregular menstruation.
Bergamot essential oil (Citrus bergamia) comes from the fruit of the Bergamot tree which belongs to the Rutaceae family, which is better identified by the name Citrus. This tree’s fruit is a cross between the lemon and the orange, giving the small, round fruit a slight pear-shaped, and a yellow coloring.
Bergamot Essential Oil was used historically in Italian folk medicine and in Ayurvedic medicine to treat problems related to digestion, skin health, and fever to name a few ailments it could effectively relieve. Bergamot has been noted for its skin-cleansing properties, and its elegant scent makes it a popular addition to luxury shampoos, soaps, and cleansers
Bergamot oil is also used as a food flavoring agent & adding Bergamot Oil to regular black tea resulted in the creation of the popular Earl Grey Tea.
Black Pepper essential oil is from the one of the most widely used spices on the planet. It has been noted to help promote healthy circulation both internally and externally. The aroma of Black Pepper Oil is reminiscent to freshly ground peppercorns, but it is a bit more complex with hints of green and a bit of floral. Black Pepper Oil has one major advantage: it doesn't irritate your eyes or make you sneeze like ground peppercorns can.
Black pepper oils major active principle, piperine, has been shown to have many beneficial health attributes including possible anticancer properties, which is why researchers have looked at it for inclusion in diet therapy for cancer treatment as well as cancer prevention. While somewhat strong when diffused by itself, Black Pepper Essential Oil can add warmth and spice up your favorite DIY diffuser blends.
Black Spruce is a powerful wood essential oil. Distilled from the needles and branches of the Picea mariana tree, Black Spruce oil is high in bornyl acetate, a chemical component that promotes relaxation and calmness. Start your day off with the cooling and soothing benefits of Black Spruce, both topically and aromatically.
The refreshing aroma of Black Spruce essential oil is often used in aromatherapy to help maintain feelings of clear airways and easy breathing.
Blood Orange Essential Oil is considered a variety of Sweet Orange and shares the same botanical name, Citrus sinensis. The dark, flesh ‘blood’ color is due to the presence of anthocyanins, a type of antioxidant pigments common to many flowers and fruits, but rare in citrus fruits.
Blood Orange oils uplifting and stimulating aroma can help ease nervous tension and promote a happy mood. Try diffusing this oil by itself for an uplifting mood boost.
Blue Tansy essential oil, also referred to as Moroccan Tansy, is an annual yellow-flowered Mediterranean plant found in northern Morocco. Chamazulene, a chemical component in Blue Tansy, provides the characteristic indigo color and is recognized for its skin soothing benefits.
The distinctive, penetrating scent of Camphor essential oil has a significant effect on supporting clear lungs and boosting circulation. Camphor Essential Oil is also useful for the aches associated with normal wear and tear on aging joints. Discomfort quickly eases when applied topically to affected areas.
Cardamom oil has profound effects on the respiratory system due to its high 1,8-cineole content, which promotes clear breathing and respiratory health. Native to Southeast Asia, Cardamom is added to traditional Indian sweets and teas for its cool, yet minty aroma and flavor.
Cardamom oil is sweet, is spicy, and its aroma is rich and woody. Cardamom can also be used to help uplift and energize your mood, especially when dealing with stress, fatigue, or feelings of depression.
Cassia oil is a “warming” oil that helps promote circulation while maintaining healthy immune function. It can also aid in digestion, lessen nausea, and is a great oil to diffuse during cold months due to its warming properties and spicy scent.
This strong, scented oil is very warm and spicy like its relative cinnamon. That wonderful aroma that is familiar in the spice world, is a favorite to create seasonal blends that bring the Holidays indoors. Cassia oil can be used in a warming massage blend, but only very little is needed.
The smell of this authentic Virginia Cedarwood oil is just divine. Diffusing or inhaling Cedarwood Oil will help maintain healthy breathing and respiratory function and, when applied topically, Cedarwood promotes clear, healthy skin.