Tension Blend

First Aid

First Aid with Essential Oils Wound Apply to the affected area, bandage with gauze to keep clean. Re-apply oils when changing the bandage. Use any of the following

Head to Toe: Women

Eyes and Ears Melaleuca, Basil, Lavender, Helichrysum Lungs Respiratory Blend, Marjoram, Cypress, Peppermint, Lime, Frankincense, Fir, Spearmint, Eucalyptus Muscles Birch, Fir, Lemongrass, Wintergreen, Marjoram, Peppermint, Blue Tansy, Copaiba,

Head to Toe: Men

Eyes & Ears Melaleuca, Basil, Lavender, Helichrysum Nose & Sinuses Eucalyptus, Respiratory Blend, Peppermint, Helichrysum Face & Beard Cypress, Lime, Black Pepper Lungs Respiratory Blend, Marjoram, Cypress, Peppermint,

The Skill of Acceptance

We all deal with stress; it’s a part of life. Anxious feelings can manifest in more ways than worry. Sometimes we’re easily agitated, frustrated, overwhelmed, and moody without realizing the root cause of it all. Fortunately, we have many tools in our arsenal that can help us cope.

Herbal First Aid with Essential Oils

Be prepared in the great outdoors (or on-the-go) with your very own first aid kit. An essential oil first aid kit is natural, doesn't take a ton of time to make, and it's easy to travel with!

7 Essential Oils for Topical Pain Relief

Whether it’s muscular, joint, temporary or chronic pain, we’ve got some tricks up our sleeves to help naturally ease those pesky aches and pains.

Massage & Essential Oils: A Helpful Guide

Adding a decadent blend of essential oils to your massage will transform it from good to marvelous. Massages are beneficial on their own, but let’s discuss some unique combinations of oils that will rejuvenate and relax your body, enhancing the positive outcomes of massage. You can thank us later!

Peek inside “50 Ancient Remedies”

Download a sample of 50 Ancient Remedies: A History of Essential Oils and Where They Come From
Here’s a sample of our historical reference book. Great for essential oil users who want to know the story behind what’s in their bottles!