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    Pine Essential Oil, Pure and Natural

    Pine essential oil has a balsamic, resinous aroma, causing an overall cooling, invigorating and refreshing effect. The scent stimulates the brain while easing fatigue and mental exhaustion, making it useful in a vaporiser when you want to lift the mood of a room. This also makes it effective in countering depression, anxiety and lethargy. Learn More
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    Clary Sage Essential Oil, Pure and Natural

    Clary sage essential oil has a sweet aroma with nutty overtones, and because it blends well with herbal and spicy oils, it is used widely in perfume manufacturing. It relaxes the muscles and soothes digestive disorders, so we recommend adding it to a massage blend or deodorant for easy use. Learn More
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    Black Pepper Essential Oil, Pure and Natural

    Black pepper essential oil, with its piquant, warming and stimulating aroma is very helpful in elevating the mood to overcome fatigue, and emotional blocks. This oil’s aphrodisiac properties make it useful in homemade fragrances, room freshener, and aftershave. Learn More
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    Cedarwood Essential Oil, Pure and Natural

    Cedarwood essential oil is a popular aid used for meditation and relaxation, and is perfect in everyday use as a room freshener in a vapouriser. In a massage blend, it increases circulation and soothes muscles and joints for arthritis sufferers. Learn More
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    Myrrh Essential Oil, Pure and Natural

    Myrrh essential oil has a rich, smoky aroma. This balsamic, resinous oil blends well with floral and oriental perfumes. Adding Myrrh essential oil to a cream or lotion helps relieve skin infections, eczema and acne. It is the most effective essential oil to aid meditation, by purifying, restoring and revitalising the mind. Learn More
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