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    Cedarwood has a rich, smoky, earthy aroma that’s deeply relaxing and grounding. it’s very calming in stressful situations and promotes meditation and sleep. vetiver essential oil can help even skin tone, balance oily skin, and reduce the appearance of scars, stretch marks, and blemishes.

    It improves circulation, helping soothe muscular and joint stiffness, aches, and pains. vetiver helps support reproductive health, and is commonly used in perfumery and blending. it has traditionally been used as a natural insect repellent. vetiver blends well with sandalwood, rose, jasmine, ylang ylang, clary sage, lavender, and patchouli. 

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    Clove oil- has a penetrating warm, spicy aroma that is mentally uplifting and stimulating. it helps support healthy respiratory and digestive systems and fortifies the immune system.

    Because of its trademark reputation as a disinfectant, clove is a great essential oil to use in room sprays and aromatherapy diffusers. clove bud blends well with rose, lavender, vanilla, clary sage, bergamot, bay, ylang ylang, and lavandin. 

  • $12.99

    Cypress essential oil is calming and soothing. it can be used as an astringent for oily skin or to help regulate excessive sweating. its antispasmodic properties help relieve cramping muscles and soothe spasmodic coughing. supportive to healthy reproductive and circulatory systems.

    Cypress blends well with clary sage, cedarwood, lavender, juniper berry, marjoram, pine needle, sandalwood, and citrus oils like lemon, grapefruit, mandarin, and orange.

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    Eucalyptus oil is a sharp camphor smelling oil that’s invigorating, penetrating, and cleansing. it is one of the best essential oils for diffusing. helps support healthy immune and respiratory systems, clearing congestion, relieving sinus pressure, and reducing headaches.

    Eucalyptus is energizing and mentally stimulating while also stress-reducing. it can increase circulation and relieve sore muscles. eucalyptus blends well with cedarwood, lavender, lemon, pine needle, rosemary, thyme, and marjoram. (not recommended for children under age 12)

  • $14.99

    Ginger has a spicy warm, fresh, grounding aroma. when inhaled, ginger can help relieve jet lag, motion sickness, and nausea. it is a very beneficial essential oil for most digestive issues. ginger helps support healthy immune, respiratory, and circulatory systems and has a warming and soothing effect on muscles, making it a great oil to add to massage blends for sore muscles. it is emotionally energizing and uplifting and can help with nervous exhaustion. ginger blends

    well with sandalwood, vetiver, patchouli, frankincense, cedarwood, coriander, rose, linden blossom, and citruses like orange.

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    Lavender has a light, sweet floral scent. the variety from france (lavandula. angustifolium) has a softer, more complex scent than the one from bulgaria (lavandula vera), but shares many of the same properties.

    Undeniably the most popular essential oil for all age groups, it is therapeutically superior for a wide variety of conditions and definitely the number one choice for first aid. lavender can be used for minor wounds like bruises, burns, cuts and scrapes, bug bites, and sunburn.

    Supportive to healthy reproductive, respiratory, lymphatic, circulatory, muscular, and immune systems. lavender is great for skin care as its anti-inflammatory and regenerative properties help soothe irritated and sensitive skin. of course, it is widely known as the best essential oil for relaxation as it helps calm stress and anxiety, eases headaches, and promotes restful sleep. lavender blends well with most oils, but especially cedarwood, clary sage, pine needle, geranium, vetiver, patchouli, citruses, and floral oils.

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    Lemongrass has a penetrating fresh, grassy-citrus scent that’s uplifting, invigorating, and encouraging. lemongrass is a good essential oil to use when emotionally or physically lethargic or when needing help focusing. it can help increase circulation and is naturally astringent, making it a good skin and muscle toner that can also help improve elasticity and reduce muscular pain. lemongrass helps boost the immune system and can help fight fevers and infections.

    both the plant and the essential oil have been used for centuries to deter insects as well as to ease symptoms of indigestion. it is a deodorant that can be added to soaps, detergents, and air fresheners. lemongrass blends well with chamomile, eucalyptus, geranium, lavender, myrrh, palmarosa, patchouli, petitgrain, rosemary, citruses, and spices like cardamom and ginger.

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    Oregano has a warm, spicy herbaceous aroma. oregano is a great essential oil to diffuse for respiratory issues to clear congestion, relax inflamed lungs and throat, and reduce coughing. it can be added to disinfecting household cleansers to maintain a healthy home and boost immunity.

    Stimulating and anti-inflammatory, oregano can provide relief from muscular and joint pain, promote digestion, and support reproductive health. oregano blends well with lavender, lavandin, pine needle, citronella, rosemary, and cedarwood. caution: this oil can be irritating to the skin and mucous membranes and is best used via inhalation. if applied topically it should be diluted to no more than 1% and first tested on a small patch of skin. 

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    Patchouli has a deep, rich, earthy aroma that is mentally grounding and balancing. patchouli is one of the best essential oils for skin care due to its versatility – it can help moisturize dry and cracked skin, regulate oily and blemish-prone skin, and overall keep skin looking healthy, young, and vibrant. patchouli is considered a tonic, having an overall toning effect to help optimize metabolic function and strengthen the immune system.

    It stimulates blood circulation, digestion, and the elimination of toxins and excess water. historically believed to be a prophylactic, helping prevent the spread of disease and infection. patchouli blends well with bergamot, cedarwood, clary sage, clove bud, geranium, lavender, neroli, rose, sandalwood, vetiver, and myrrh. 

  • $13.99

    Peppermint has a penetrating grassy, mint scent that’s mentally stimulating and energy boosting. it helps increase focus, mental clarity, memory, alertness, and concentration while soothing nervous stress. one of the best essential oils for your first aid kit, peppermint is believed to help relieve headache symptoms and provide relief from nasal and respiratory congestion caused by allergies or the common cold.

    Widely known as a digestive aid, peppermint can be used to alleviate common digestive complaints like bloating, cramping, nausea, motion sickness, and upset stomach. it nourishes dry skin and be used in hair care to relieve scalp irritation and dryness, stimulate hair growth, and give hair a shiny, fresh look. peppermint is also known to deter mice, ants, and spiders. peppermint blends well with rosemary, lavender, marjoram, lemon, eucalyptus, and other mints

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    Rosemary has a strong, fresh, herbaceous aroma. it has a stimulating effect on the brain, improving cognitive function by increasing concentration, focus, clarity, and memory retention. rosemary essential oil is commonly seen in hair care products that relieve dryness and flakiness associated with dandruff. it also stimulates the hair follicles which may promote hair growth and overall health.

    When used for skin care, rosemary can improve skin hydration and elasticity while reducing irritation and excessive oil production. it also helps soothe tired muscles, fortifies healthy immune and respiratory systems, and stimulates circulation. rosemary blends well with basil, cedarwood, citronella, lavender, lavandin, peppermint, pine needle, frankincense, thyme, oregano, and citruses. 

  • Sandalwood has an exotic, soft, woody scent. it is spiritually grounding and has a calming influence on the mind and emotions. sandalwood essential oil is very useful in skin care to moisturize dry, chapped, or cracked skin, soothe irritation, and improve tone and complexion.

    It was traditionally thought to be disinfecting and was used as incense in cleansing rituals to purify the air. today sandalwood is believed to boost the immune system, relieve respiratory issues, and relax nerves and muscles to ease spasms, cramping, and tension. sandalwood is an endangered species. wyndmere purchases only ag marked oil from plantations that practice reforestation and is approved for exportation by the indian government. sandalwood blends well with bergamot, clove bud, jasmine, patchouli, rose, myrrh, black pepper, and vetiver.