Do you ever have a day when you just can’t get yourself moving? Or maybe sometimes you feel out-of-touch and in a daze? Ginger essential oil is one of our favorite remedies for weariness of all kinds.Read More
Cypress (Cupressus sempervirens) creates the space for the ease of transition. Whether it is letting go of a relationship, an aspect of yourself, or this next breath, Cypress can help you emerge out of the cycle of being both ready to start but afraid to try.Read More
Geranium's scent is strongly herbaceous with floral undertones. Like a soft brush, geranium sweeps the dust of the psyche away, helping to ease anxiety, allay fears, and refocus attention.Read More
This month we are featuring Bergamot, a deliciously bright scent that is perfect for the summer time.
Read about how Bergamot calls us to embrace balance in our lives.
With the beautiful marjoram blooming in the front garden, we thought Marjoram should be our featured Oil of the Month for May. It also works out that Marjoram has a mothering quality to it so it's the perfect pick for Mother's Day too!
Use this simple visualization while inhaling Marjoram and soothe your worries with this calming scent.Read More
We all have things in our lives that we need to "make peace with." It might be an old personal grudge, or a certain state within the world at large, but we all have an experience that haunts us in some way. Holding onto our past negative experiences can feed feelings of separateness, isolation, and loneliness. But by going inward, we can find the peace that is ever present.Read More
The scent of cinnamon calls us out from our caves of inner isolation and opens the door to new worlds. Just as this warming herb can increase blood flow in our veins, it also helps us to open our hearts to our moment-to-moment experience.Read More
November's Essential Oil of the Month is Sage. Since there are several oils that fall under the common name of "sage," we are highlighting three of them to bring a more well-rounded understanding to these enlightening members of the Salvia plant family.Read More
Lavender essential oil helps us to open the space for self-care, both within our bodies as well as our spirit. This plant has been used for many years for both its aromatic and medicinal properties. The name comes from the Latin lavare meaning "to wash." No wonder it is a favorite for bath time and scenting linens.Read More