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Lemon Essential Oil

Lemon was said to have originated in Asia, but it is now widely cultivated in Italy, Australia, and California. We use organic therapeutic g...

Ginger Essential Oil

Ginger is found in the tropics and only in the Love Budder. Originating near the Indian Ocean, Pliny, a Roman Scholar also known as Pliny the Elde...

Patchouli Essential Oil

Patchouli oil originates from India, but can also be found throughout Indonesia and China. Indian women used to stuff their pillows with its leave...

Wintergreen Essential Oil

Wintergreen is native to eastern North America and shares various similarities with the Birch Tree. Wintergreen can be toxic if ingested in ...

Eucalyptus Globulus Essential Oil

With over 600 species of Eucalyptus worldwide our Wildcrafted Therapeutic Grade Eucalyptus Globulous comes from Australia. This wonderful tr...

Jasmine Essential Oil

Jasmine is an Iranian native shrub that has captured the imagination for centuries. There are 43 species that are found in India, where it i...

Frankincense Essential Oil

This luxurious Essential Oil was once given to baby Jesus and said to be worth more than gifts of gold. With the health benefits Frankincens...

Ylang Ylang Essential Oil

Ylang- Ylang, which means “ Flowers of Flowers”, comes from the Philippines and has been specifically grown for the perfume trade. ...

Geranium Essential Oil

In the seventeenth century, Europeans started researching this perennial. The French planted it throughout Algeria and Reunion; it was also ...

Clary Sage Essential Oil

Clary Sage is believed to be a European herb that was highly recommended as a medicine throughout history. Sixteenth-century herbalist Willi...

Thyme Essential Oil

Ancient Greeks complimented each other as “smelling like thymbra” or “thymiatechny”, which is described as the “art of using perfumes as med...

Tea Tree Essential Oil

Native to Southeast Queensland and New South Wales in Australia, European explores, made tea out of the leaves of this large Australian tree, Thus...