The Month of Love


  Although essential oils have many therapeutic properties, many people do not realize that certain essential oils are also an aphrodisiac. An aphrodisiac essential oil has the potential to induce love and romance and even increase sexual desire or enjoyment, so it is a great mood setter for a wedding proposal, a special romantic occasion,… read more

New Year, Fresh You

Herbal medicine dropper bottle with lemon and mint

    It’s the New Year, which means everyone is talking about “cleansing” and “detoxing” after a bit of holiday over indulging. Detoxification is a cleansing process, which works towards taking poisonous and toxic materials from your blood, lungs, liver, digestion tracts and skin. It’s all about expelling the toxins to help restore your body… read more

Essential Oil of the Month – Hyssop

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Latin Name: Hyssopus Officinalis                Family: Labiatae (Lamiaceae) Growing up to 60 centimetres tall, this attractive perennial herb has small leaves and violet-blue flowers. A native to the Mediterranean region, Hyssop now grows wild throughout America, Russia and Europe, most commonly cultivated in Hungary and France. The oil, which is a middle keynote, is extracted… read more

Essential Oil of the Month – Rosemary


Latin Name: Rosemarinus Officinalis Family: Labiatae (Lamiaceae) Native to the southern Mediterranean but now cultivated all over the world, Rosemary has a herby, vibrant aroma which is concentrated in its green leaves. A popular culinary flavouring as well as a healing herb. The Ancient Greeks burnt dry Rosemary branches as incense as the leaves are… read more