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Ginger and Cardamon essential oil are excellent for calming the digestive system. Their warming, anti-catarrhal properties are ideal in Winter and they can also help soothe sore muscles and joints, stress, anxiety and fatigue.
There is much discussion on whether it is safe to ingest essential oils. Certain brands recommend drinking a few drops of oil in a glass of water, but is this really safe? We explore both sides of the world’s biggest essential oil debate!
Sweet Orange essential oil has a sweet, fruity, fresh aroma that brightens up almost any blend. It is excellent for lifting the mood, relieving stress, anxiety, insomnia, digestive problems, boosting immunity and balancing the skin!
Essential oils from the Poaceae family, including Citronella, Lemongrass, Palmarosa and Vetiver are known for their stimulating, anti-inflammatory and insecticidal properties! Learn more and try our recommended blends.
Be prepared for those holiday health hazards! Take your own 'fragrant pharmacy' with natural essential oils to combat a wide range of holiday upsets from travel sickness and jet lag to heat stroke and sunburn!
Galbanum essential oil has been used since ancient times. Although not commonly used in aromatherapy it has some really useful properties and is particularly good for persistent pain and healing and rejuvenating the skin.
Learn how different lunar phases effect our energetic balance, and try our aromatherapy moon rituals to complement and work with the different phases and energetic influences.
Essential oils belonging to the Myrtaceae plant family, including Tea Tree and Eucalyptus, have strong antiseptic, anti-microbial and anti-viral properties. Find out more about these 2 particular aromatherapy oils.
Love those fizzy bath bombs that look and smell amazing? Why not get creative and make your own beautifully fragrant, therapeutic bath fizzies with a few simple ingredients and your favourite aromatherapy oils!
The Lamiaceae (formerly Labiatae) plant family is sometimes referred to as the Mint or Nettle family. Its plants produce highly aromatic essential oils that share many similar therapeutic properties. Find out more!