An intensely-fragrant oil from the Piper nigrum vine that delivers a fresh, sparkling burst of heat to the top note of a fragrance. Black pepper has been variously referred to as ‘the King of Spices’, and it’s been used for over 4000 years in the for Ayurvedic medicinal purposes, and traded since the Roman empire, when the ‘spice routes’ to China and India opened up.
A characteristic, clean, balsamic fragrance oil. It is a genus of coniferous trees in the plant family Pinaceae, native to the mountains of Himalaya, the Mediterranean, and the southern east coast of the US. The oil is one of the oldest ingredients used in perfumery. Blonde Cedar has a distinctive soft woody scent, not as strong as Cedar or Red Cedar, that blends perfectly as a middle note with Sandalwood.Aromatic Benefits: Happiness, spiritual, sedative
An essential oil—fresh and sweet with notes of both citrus and cedar—distilled from the wood of the Blue Cypress tree (Callitris intratropica). It is a stunning, shade of azure blue (the only other blue essential oils are German chamomile and Blue Tansy) and is also known as ‘Blue Gold’.Aromatic Benefits: Calming, eases stress, elevates spiritual awareness
A spicy, eucalyptus-like fragrance from the seeds of the tall, reed-like perennial shrub (Elletaria cardamomum). Cardamom was used in some of the unguents of ancient Egypt and was listed by Theophrastus in about 300 BC as one of the principal fragrant plants used in Greek perfumes. It was also among the raw materials of the early Arab perfume makers.Aromatic Benefits: Soothing, grounding, invigorating, refreshing
Fir Balsam oil is from the Balsam Evergreen Fir (Abies balsamea), a tree Native to Eastern and Central Canada. Fir Balsam essential oil has been used for centuries for its rich, woody, refreshing scent, much like that of fresh pine needles.Aromatic Benefits: Soothing, grounding, invigorating, refreshing