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The Bountiful Benefits of Turmeric Essential Oil

Apart from the consumption of turmeric in the diet, Turmeric Essential Oil can be an alternative way to reap the benefits of this spice. Turmeric Essential Oil is extracted from the roots through steam distillation, which makes it a highly concentrated oil with a spicy, woody, and warm aroma.

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Sage Advice: How to use Clary Sage Essential Oil

We love Clary Sage Essential Oil for its therapeutic uses to help alleviate dozens of ailments from stress and depression, to skin conditions and even symptoms of menstruation and menopause. Dive a little bit deeper with us as we share sage advice on how to incorporate this high-frequency plant medicine in your life.

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Hinoki Essential Oil: Made from Japan’s Most Honorable Tree

Hinoki Essential Oil comes from the Hinoki cypress tree (Chamaecyparis Obtusa), which has been traditionally used in Japan for many years to build a wide variety of structures, but most notably temples, shrines, and castles. In the Japanese heritage, Hinoki has been cultivated and honored as one of the most valuable trees in the forest and is said to produce the most beautiful wood.

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What’s the Dill-io?

Despite its modern-day relegation to the world of all things pickled, Dill has much more to offer outside of its current use in the culinary world. Dill Essential Oil can certainly be a tricky one to work with, as it can oftentimes take over a blend or can leave you smelling like you got caught with your hand in the pickle jar! Nonetheless, it hosts a world of therapeutic benefits and when diffused with other fresh bright scents it can leave you with feelings of revitalization and balance.

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Thankincense

While the aroma varies from one variety to another, they all seem to demonstrate that unique aspect of Frankincense that can instantly take you to church, so to speak. Or in other words, transport your mind to a state of gratitude. The sense of gratitude associated with frankincense may be the reason it has been used in churches for thousands of years.

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