Known in India as puchaput, this exotic essence with its spicy, captivating and earthy undertones has held a tenacious and definitive role in history. Along with its revolutionary reputation as the scent associated with American counterculture and the hippie movement of the 60’s and 70’s, Patchouli Essential Oil has an array of determinate benefits.
Ylang Ylang oil is not only prised for its glorious fragrance but exhibits several highly beneficial properties that suit more practical applications. Ranging from stress relief to dispelling motion sickness, Ylang Ylang undoubtedly has more inherent medicinal potential than it is given credit for. Modern day use of this oil is a favourite among perfumeries, and has been added to well known fragrances.
As one of the most popular culinary herbs, Rosemary offers a fresh, sweet balsamic fragrance and taste that is appealing to the senses and beneficial for the body. With an impressive list of restorative and medicinal applications, it’s no wonder this versatile elixir has always been and always will be a favourite.
Peppermint is more commonly known as an ingredient in sweets and dental hygiene products, but what few of us may know is that the usefulness of peppermint far exceeds that of just simply enjoying a breath-mint or spicing up your food.
There couldn’t possibly be a more crucial and versatile essential oil worthy of a permanent place in your collection. Lavender Essential Oil boasts an extensive and impressive list of medicinal as well as practical uses ranging from stress and anxiety-relief to safe cleaning solutions.