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Rosehip seed oil

Posted on: February 15, 2018 

Rosa canina, the dog rose. It’s a wild climbing rose. This cold pressed seed oil comes from Roses grown organically in Chile. The rosehips have bitsy tiny seeds that yield ...

Exotic flowers

Posted on: February 14, 2018 

Extractions of exotic flowers are well tolerated when applied to the skin.  They are precious and I recommend using them as a direct inhalation or diluted as a single note ...

Medicinal flowers

Posted on: February 14, 2018 

Essential oils from medicinal flowers are used to reduce anxiety and calm the nerves, this can me mental agitation and skin conditions that are heat presenting. These can be inhaled ...

This essential oil smells rancid, can it be?

Posted on: January 12, 2018 

Essential oils don’t become rancid. If you do smell rancidity in that old bottle of essential oil, it’s an indicator that it was likely¬†cut with a fatty carrier oil. Essential ...

Only about 10% of plants produce aromatic compounds

Posted on: January 10, 2018 

Really. The group of plants that produce aromatic compounds really is that small. Essential oils are part of a very large group of compounds we call secondary metabolic compounds – ...

Helichrysum infused Almond oil

Posted on: September 18, 2017 

  I began these infusions in July of this year using plants grown by a classmate of mine and locally sourced Almond oil. The infusions spent a few days covered ...

Dalmation Sage from Hungary now in stock

Posted on: March 22, 2017 

Sage essential oil from Salvia officinalis plants grown and distilled in Hungary. I’d let this go out of stock briefly because I don’t sell very much of it. It’s now ...

Moroccan Chamomile in stock

Posted on: March 18, 2017 

I’ve got fresh stock of Moroccan Chamomile in stock. Botanical name is Tanacetum annuum, may be called Blue Chamomile or Tansy. Essential oil of Tanacetum vulgare is also available. The ...

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