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Epsom Salt


Epsom salt, named for a bitter saline spring at Epsom in Surrey, England, is not actually salt but a naturally occurring pure mineral compound of magnesium and sulphate. Long known as a natural remedy for a number of ailments, Epsom salt has numerous health benefits.

Epsom salts dissolved in warm water – like those in an Epsom salt bath – are easily absorbed through the skin where they immediately go to work inside our bodies. The magnesium ions break apart from Epsom salt molecules and begin to relieve stress by promoting the production of serotonin and reducing the effects of adrenaline. Magnesium also plays a critical role in the production of energy in cells, helping us to feel invigorated without causing feelings of restlessness or anxiety.

Epsom salts absorbed through the skin also work to relieve muscle tension, pain, and inflammation in joints. Magnesium sulfate has several other positive effects on the human body. It aids in many enzymatic functions, helps to regulate fluid retention in cells, and facilitates the body’s use of calcium to transmit chemical signals throughout the nervous system.

Dead Sea Salt


The Dead Sea is located in the Middle East, bordering Jordan from the West and Palestine and Israel from the East. It’s recognized as a self-contained environment with its own micro-climate. It is the most saline and most mineral-laden body of water in the world with salinity approaching 33% compared to 3% in sea water. It is also one of the world’s true natural wonders and a unique tourism destination. The river Jordan, said to be where John the Baptist baptised Jesus, is the primary source which feeds into the Dead Sea.

Himalayan & Mediterranean Sea Salt


Himalayan sea salt, sourced from ancient sea deposits located in the Himalayan Mountains, ranges in color from white to light red. Mediterranean Sea salt is gathered from the southern European coast, and is white in color.

Mediterranean Sea salt is also typically harvested in the South of Italy, where they have been producing salt since 200 B.C. Mediterranean sea salt, also called Sel de Mer, is known for its bright white crystals. It is naturally high in magnesium, a quality salt that’s 100% natural and contains no additives of any kind.

Eucalyptus Essential Oil


Eucalyptus oil is the distilled oil that comes from the dried leaves of eucalyptus – a colourless liquid with a strong woody and sweet smell.

  • Antibacterial properties – A study published in Clinical Microbiology and Infection found that eucalyptus oil may have antibacterial action on pathogenic bacteria in the upper respiratory tract.
  • Pain relief – Research indicates the analgesic properties of this essential oil. A study in the American Journal of Physical Medicine and Rehabilitation applied Eucalyptamint on the anterior forearm skin of 10 subjects, and found that Eucalyptamint “produced significant physiologic responses that may be beneficial for pain relief and/or useful to athletes as a passive form of warm-up.”
  • Stimulating immune system response – According to a study published in BMC Immunology, eucalyptus oil extract is said to implement the innate cell-mediated immune response.

Laurelberry Essential Oil


Laurel Berry Essential Oil has a fresh medicinal, but pleasantly spicy and warm aroma. It contains strong antibacterial properties and widely used in Middle Eastern cultures. Researchers have verified the efficacy of Laurus Nobilis (plant source) as an antifungal, antibacterial and antiviral agent, and as an effective treatment for many/most of the aforementioned maladies.

  • Natural muscle relaxant provides comfort for Rheumatism, sore joints and muscle pains.
  • Nourishes and softens skin and used for wrinkles.
  • Skin and hair problems such as acne, Dry skin, Eczema, Rashes, Psoriasis, Rosacea,
  • Fungal infections and Arthritis.

Marjoram Essential Oil


The health benefits of Marjoram Essential Oil can be attributed to its properties as an analgesic, antispasmodic, anaphrodisiac, antiseptic, antiviral, bactericidal, carminative, cephalic, cordial, diaphoretic, digestive, diuretic, emenagogue, expectorant, fungicidal, hypotensive, laxative, nervine, sedative, stomachic, vasodilator and vulnerary substance.

  • Analgesic: Reduces the pain associated with colds, fevers, inflammation, overexertion of muscles, toothaches, headaches and numerous other sources.
  • Cordial: Has a general warming effect on the body’s systems, and it improves circulation to increase blood flow, furthering warming your cells.
  • Hypotensive: Helps lower blood pressure and reduces the risk of heart attacks, strokes, and brain hemorrhaging
  • Vulnerary: Acts as a vulnerary by promoting the quick healing of wounds, both external and internal, and protecting them from infections.
  • Fungicidal: Inhibits the growth of fungus and helps to cure fungal infections.
  • Emenagogue: Ladies who have problems with irregular, obstructed or painful menstruation can benefit from the emenagogue property of marjoram oil.
  • Diaphoretic: Promotes perspiration and keeps you healthy by aiding in the removal of toxins, sodium salts and excess water from the body.

Peppermint Essential Oil

Peppermint oil is derived from the leaves of the peppermint plant or Mentha pipertita, a hybrid of the water mint and spearmint plants, and M. arvensis var. piperascensa, a plant from the Labiatae family. The essential oil is often used as a home remedy for stomach problems, muscle pain, and headaches.

  • Pain Relief: Beneficial in addressing pain. It can be used to relieve sore muscles when used with massage or added to bath water.
  • Respiratory Benefits: Can be used as an expectorant and decongestant. It can clear up phlegm in your respiratory tract. Can work against asthma as it contains rosmarinic acid, which helps curb inflammation-causing chemicals that may cause the condition.
  • Relief for Stomach Problems: Safe and effective alternative to medications like Buscopan in reducing colonic spasms. It eases abdominal pain by allowing gas to pass through easily.
  • Comfort for Stress and Nervous System: Due to its energizing effects, peppermint oil is used to manage stress and treat nervous disorders and mental fatigue. Studies suggest that the essential oil may have an effect similar to psychostimulants.

Wintergreen Essential Oil


Wintergreen oil is extracted from a shrubby evergreen plant called Gaultheria procumbens, which is from the Ericaceae plant family. Wintergreen is native to North America, mainly in Northeast United States and Canada.

  • Diuretic: The diuretic property of essential oil of wintergreen comes from its stimulating qualities. It stimulates the organs in the urinary system and filtration of water by the kidneys, thereby increasing the frequency and quantity of urine.
  • Pain Relief: The most popular health benefit of wintergreen oil is its pain-relieving effects, which can help alleviate headache, muscle cramps, joint pain, tendonitis, and bone pain. Wintergreen oil also helps drive out stress and tension.
  • Stimulant: Wintergreen essential oil is basically a stimulant and it promotes the discharge of gastric juices, bile, hormones, enzymes, ovarian and uterine discharges and even urine by stimulating the liver, gall bladder, endocrinal glands and the uterus. It also stimulates circulation of blood and lymph, digestion, excretion and the nerves.
  • Astringent: Astringents like the essential oil of wintergreen has a lot to offer. It induces contractions in muscle tissue, skin, blood vessels and hair roots. This results in the contraction of muscles and skin which adds firmness to the muscles and lift to the skin, making you feel better and look younger. When it comes to blood vessels, this contraction helps to curb hemorrhaging from wounded or impacted vessels.

Rosemary Essential Oil


Rosemary, also known as Rosmarinus Officinalis, is very popular in the Mediterranean region as a culinary herb. One of the most popular essential oils for its wide array of health benefits. It has become increasingly important and popular over the years as more of its various health benefits have become understood, including its ability to stimulate hair growth, boost mental activity, relieve respiratory problems and reduce pain.

  • Boosting mental activity: Rosemary essential oil is an excellent brain and nerve tonic. It is often used by students during exam times because it increases concentration and helps in studying efficiently. It stimulates mental activity and is a good remedy for depression, mental fatigue and forgetfulness. Inhaling rosemary oil seems lift your spirits immediately.
  • Stress Relief: Aside from the relaxing nature of aromatherapy and general inhalation of rosemary essential oil, it has been proven to actually decrease the level of cortisol in the saliva. Cortisol is one of the main stress hormones that are released during the “flight or fight” response of the body to stress.
  • Immune System Boost: Antioxidants are some of the most valuable defensive weapons we have in our body for fighting off infection and disease, so any food or essential oil that either adds to or stimulates the activity of antioxidants is a huge benefit to overall health.
  • Pain relief: The ability of rosemary essential oil to relieve pain has resulted in its extensive use in treating headaches, muscle pains, rheumatism and even arthritis. Massaging the affected area that is in pain with rosemary essential oil can give quickly relieve the pain. Vapor baths with rosemary oil are also found to be effective in the treatment of rheumatism.
  • Respiratory problems: The benefits of rosemary essential oil in treating respiratory problems are well-researched and supported. The scent of the oil has been shown to give relief from throat congestion, and it is also used in the treatment of respiratory allergies, colds, sore throats and the flu.

Cedarwood Essential Oil


Cedarwood Essential Oil is extracted through the process of steam distillation from the wood pieces of the Cedar Wood tree, which has the scientific name Juniperus Virginiana (also known as Cedrus Doedara, Cedrus Atlantica, and Cedrus Libani, depending on the regions where they are found) in other nomenclature systems.

  • Tonic: Can be used as a general health tonic, since it tones the organ systems and stimulates metabolism. It tightens and tones muscles, skin, nervous system, stomach, digestive system and brain functions. It boosts the functionality of the kidney and liver, which further improves overall health and wellness.
  • Antiseptic: Prevents wounds from becoming septic as well as protecting them from tetanus germs.
  • Antispasmodic: Relieving spasms is yet another important medicinal property of Cedarwood Oil.. Nearly all types of spasms and related ailments can be relieved using this oil.
  • Diuretic: Its role as a diuretic is another beneficial property of Cedarwood Oil that can help cure a number of ailments including obesity, hypertension, high blood pressure, rheumatism, arthritis, gout, urinary tract infections and the accumulation of toxins in the blood.
  • Sedative: Its popular use as a sedative might be the most unexpected and valuable aspect of Cedarwood oil’s medicinal properties. It is an excellent sedative,and has a great soothing and calming effect on the mind, cures inflammations, itching of skin, while relieving tension and anxiety. This feature also helps in promoting healthy, restorative, and uninterrupted sleep, so it is often used by patients suffering from insomnia.

Fir needle Essential Oil


Fir needle essential is extracted through a process of steam distillation from fir needles, primarily from the species Abies balsamea.

  • Antiseptic: When it comes to preventing infection, essential oils have been turned to for thousands of years, and fir needle essential oil is no exception.
  • Pain Reliever: The soothing nature of fir needle essential oil makes it ideal for soothing pain and relaxing aching muscles. The stimulating nature of the oil can bring blood to the surface of the skin, flushing out toxins and increasing the rate of healing and recovery so your pain fades away and your body gets even stronger in the process.
  • Detoxify the Body: Some of the organic compounds and active oils within fir needle essential oil actually stimulate the body to flush itself clean.
  • Respiratory Function: This powerful essential oil is used in aromatherapy for the improvement of respiratory conditions. It can induce coughing to loosen and release mucous from your membranes, and can also act as an anti-inflammatory agent in the throat and bronchial tubes.
  • Increased Metabolism: There are many factors that affect our metabolism, but fir needle essential oil can act as a general body stimulant, kicking our body into overdrive and increasing everything from our digestive rate to our heart rate. It gives us a boost of energy when we need it and can carry us into a more active lifestyle simply by cranking our internal engine up a few notches.

Lime Essential Oil


The essential oil of lime is extracted by cold compression of fresh lime peels or by steam distillation of its dried peels. The scientific name of lime is Citrus Aurantifolia.

  • Antiseptic: Lime essential oil can cure infections, protect against their development, and also contains antiseptic properties.
  • Antiviral: This essential oil helps to fight and protect against viral infections which may cause the common cold, mumps, measles, pox and other similar diseases.
  • Bactericidal: Lime essential oil is a good bactericide. It can be used in the treatment of food poisoning, diarrhea, typhoid, and cholera, all of which are caused by bacteria.
  • Haemostatic: An agent that can stop bleeding, either by promoting the coagulation of blood or by means of contracting the blood vessels, is considered a hemostatic.
  • Restorative: This oil serves as a restorative by restoring health and strength to organ systems throughout the body. This is quite similar to the effect of a tonic, and is very good for those who are recovering after extended bouts of illness or injury.
  • Tonic: Lime essential oil tones up muscles, tissues and skin as well as the various systems that function in the body, including the respiratory, circulatory, nervous, digestive and excretory systems.

Vitamin E Essential Oil


Vitamin E is both a nutrient and antioxidant, and the oil in its purest form is extremely versatile. Known as tocopherol, it has a light brown/reddish hue and can be found in many skincare products.