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As Autumn looms we can be more susceptible to viruses such as the common cold. Read Christine’s blog for her ultimate immunity boosting essential oil blend plus other ways to naturally boost your immune system.
Aromatherapy is excellent for bringing us back to balance. Read how essential oils can help soothe anxiety and anxious thinking, and support us in realigning with our truthful mental health.
The lymphatic system plays an important role in the body’s response to infection, drainage of fluids and removal of toxins. Read our blog to learn which essential oils can be helpful in supporting the lymphatic system.
Although essential oils are commonly used to help us relax and unwind, they have many other properties that are ideal for a variety of different mood states – from anger and apathy to restlessness, grief and guilt.
Meditation is good for the soul, but you don’t actually have to meditate to cultivate inner peace and calm. Learn how using essential oils in conjunction with an activity that you love can help you achieve a similar meditative effect.
We crave the warmer summer weather but it can actually throw up many obstacles that keep us from looking our best! Follow our top natural tips to combat those challenges and keep your skin and hair beautifully healthy all Summer long!
Whether you’re heading abroad this Summer or staying at home we’ve pulled together our most useful products and handy hints to ensure you’re looking and feeling ‘sunsational’ for your Summer break. Happy holidays!
Carrier oils are often simply viewed as a means of ‘carrying’ essential oils into our body via absorption through the skin! They actually have their own therapeutic properties however and can be particularly useful for balancing the skin!
Gardening is great for health and wellbeing but does have a few drawbacks such tiredness, aches and pains, bites, cuts and stings. Learn how essential oils can combat minor gardening ailments AND benefit your plants!
Essential oils with anti-inflammatory, anti-spasmodic, expectorant, nervine and sedative properties can be helpful if used as a preventative measure against asthma. Massage may also help improve lung function and reduce anxiety.