Cinnamon Leaf

Cinnamomum zeylanicum leaf is spicy, earthy, and warm in scent. The leaf is higher in eugenol then the bark oil which intensifies its pain relieving qualities, and is also used in Asian...

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Wintergreen

Gaultheria fragmentissima is a small green shrub with red berries sporting a refreshing and minty flavor and aroma. It is major pain reliever and anti- inflammatory containing high levels of methyl salicylate...

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Ginger

(Zingiber officinale) So many uses. Where to begin? Ginger increases circulation and is thus warming and invigorating. It quells pain, inflammation, and nausea. It tastes awesome in Thai, Chinese, and Indian food...

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Camphor

Cinnamomum camphora is a member of the Cinnamon family and is renowned for its pain relieving qualities. It sedates nerves and is thus utilized for nerve and muscular pain. In aromatherapy used...

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Plai

Zingiber cassumunar is a member of the ginger family and used extensively in Thailand to reduce pain and inflammation. It has cooling qualities unlike the true ginger which is warming. Plai has...

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Geranium

This geranium is from the 'scented geranium' genus of Pelargonium that often adorn stairways in the Mediterranean. Sweet and sturdy in scent and stature, this strongly floral essential oil is balancing, uplifting,...

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Ylang Ylang

(Cananga odorata) So very decadent. Rivals neroli for its deeply sweet and floral qualities. Exotic in aroma and form. Perhaps seeing these yellowish flowers lavishly display themselves from large tropical trees is...

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Benzoin

Styrax benzoin is it scientific name, but more important than science, one should know that benzoin was used to invoke the sacred. This rich resinous substance was introduced thousands of years ago...

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