The names sound similar, but the essential oils are quite different. Clary Sage Salvia sclarea and Sage Salvia Officinalis come from the same botanical family, but the chemical ingredients of their essential oils are very different and therefore give them very different indications and... read on
The name Frankincense is derived from a combination of Old French (franc meaning free, pure or abundant) and Latin (incensum meaning to kindle). The resin has been burned for thousands of years for religious, cultural, and medicinal reasons. There are many different countries that grow... read on
Have you ever wondered as to the value of two of the three first gifts given to celebrate the birth of Jesus by the three wise men? Gold is a gift well understood to be precious.
Frankincense as it is commonly known or by its botanical name Boswellia carteri is a small shrub with abundant pinnate... read on
Bath – A warm aromatic bath is a luxurious therapy for the mind & body. It will ease tired and sore muscles (Peppermint or Rosemary) after physical activity. An aromatic bath is also very relaxing and one of the best ways to de-stress. (Choose your favourite essential oil or essential oil blend).... read on
The essential oil lavender has been used extensively throughout history. There are many varieties of lavender and although it is indigenous to the Mediterranean region it is now cultivated mainly in France, Spain, England, and Tasmania. Lavender has been used since ancient times as much for its... read on