Essential Oils of the Month
Wild Marjoram (Thymus mastichina) is not to be confused with Sweet Marjoram (Origanum majorana). An ideal oil for aches and pains, respiratory problems, boosting immunity and soothing the nervous system.
Rhododendron essential oil is ideal for
anything needing anti-inflammatory, antibacterial or detoxifying properties. It’s
also a lovely soothing, spiritual, harmonising and grounding oil for mind and
Spearmint essential oil is excellent for digestive problems. It also helps to stimulate and lift the mind, ease fatigue, relieve headaches and migraines, support the immune and respiratory systems and soothe the skin!
Tangerine essential oil is uplifting yet calming. Great for relieving anxiety, calming an over-active mind and relieving insomnia. Also good for digestive balance, easing muscle pain, stimulating the lymphatic system and toning the skin.
Bergamot Mint essential oil has a citrus fresh aroma with gentle mint undertones. Ideal for calming stress, anxiety and digestive discomforts including nausea. Also beneficial for winter respiratory problems and sore muscles.
Petitgrain essential oil is a lovely choice for your New Year's blends. Uplifting yet relaxing it's great for nervous exhaustion, anxiety and for beating the January blues. Also great for the skin, boosting immunity and easing digestive problems.
Fir Needle essential oil is ideal for winter ailments & Christmas fragrancing. Warming, invigorating, and cleansing, it’s great for respiratory issues, aches and pains, boosting the circulation and fighting physical and emotional fatigue!
Mandarin essential oil has a sweet, bright, orangey, citrusy scent that we all know well! It’s a great oil to use as we move into Autumn not least because of its association with the colour orange, like our beautiful Autumn leaves, but also because it's a lovely therapeutic oil to support and uplift us through change, which is what this season is all about!
Ahhh, Rosewood essential oil! A ‘hug in a bottle,’ this nurturing aromatherapy oil is wonderful for the mind, body and soul. A sweet, but sophisticated oil, it’s often used in perfumes – most notably Chanel No 5.
Palmarosa essential oil (Cymbopogon martinii) is most well known for skincare, but also has a multitude of other uses! Originating from India and Pakistan, the oil has a long history of use in traditional Ayurvedic medicine and skincare. Like last month’s oil, Lemongrass - and also Citronella - Palmarosa belongs to a family of tall, herbaceous, scented grasses (Poaceae), and is now cultivated in Indonesia, Africa and Brazil, as well as the Indian sub-continent.