100% pure premium grade organic or wildcrafted essential oils of Anise, Sweet Orange, Rose Geranium, Spikenard, Myrrh, Vetiver, Nutmeg
Anise is known to promote healthy digestion and have an antispasmodic effect, including for digestive pains. Anise may aid in reducing nausea. Found to be highly useful for the digestive and respiratory system. Used as a hormone balancer to promote calmness. Use with caution when pregnant.
Sweet Orange helps balance the thyroid and lymphatic system, making it beneficial for weight loss, treating water retention, and cellulite issues. Orange oil is an effective emotional aid oil. More Orange oil is produced worldwide, volume-wise, than any other oil. Slightly phototoxic.
Rose Geranium eases anxiety and depression. Balancing and uplifting, its sweet rosy smell makes it useful in perfumes and provides an energizing effect to the mind. Women use it as a balancing oil to help with infertility, PMS, hot flashes, and to balance adrenals.
Spikenard sometimes called Nard. It is used in herbal medicines for minor health issues such as inflammation, muscle spasms, and heavy menstrual bleeding. It's an emotional support oil, calming the mind, centering one's thoughts and clearing anxiety. Also anti-fungal.
Myrrh has been well known since ancient times, like Frankincense, for its healing and antiseptic properties. In modern times this oil is widely used in mouthwash, toothpaste, skin ointments, and for thyroid issues. It can be used as an emotional aid to strengthening the ability to deal with stress and worry in a fast-paced world.
Vetiver is one of the more popular and widely used root oils in aromatherapy. Accelerates scar removal and healing. Excellent for promoting nerve health. Provides relief from emotional trauma.
Nutmeg is commonly used as a spice. It also has strong pain relieving properties for joints and muscles, aids indigestion, and relieves cough and bad breath. Blood pressure and heart disorders may benefit from the use of Nutmeg. Reduces stress, and is an antidepressant. Use with caution when pregnant.