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Warnings: Not for topical use.
Do not use during pregnancy.
Keep out of reach of children.
Not for internal use if undiluted.

Natural essential oils are highly
concentrated and should be used with care.








(Chinese Cinnamon)
Cassia Bark Oil - 1 oz. $5.99





Cassia (Cinnamomum cassia) 4 oz.
Cost $14.99





Cassia (Cinnamomum cassia) is a
slender evergreen native to Southeast
China as well as Vietnam and India.
Also known as Chinese Cinnamon,
Cassia has a long history of traditional use.
Today, the warm, spicy aroma of Cassia Oil
is popular in aromatherapy and is often a
component of potpourri. This essential
oil is steam-distilled and 100% pure.


Fun fact: In the Middle Ages, Europeans
used dried cassia buds in Hippocras,
a spiced wine.

Cassia, also known as Chinese cinnamon,
is somewhat similar to cinnamon
(Cinnamomum zeylanicum) in both taste
and therapeutic properties. Although
the United States Pharmacopoeia recognizes
it as cinnamon, it should not be confused as
such, for it has it's own unique benefits
and history. It has been used for centuries
both medicinally and culinarily.

Germans and Romans preferred to use cassia
instead of cinnamon in chocolate, as it
has a stronger flavor. Both Europeans and
Chinese used cassia in a variety of ways
to spice up foods.

The Chinese also use cassia frequently
for digestive complaints like diarrhea
and nausea. It's also used to fight colds,
rheumatism, kidney and reproductive complaints,
and most particularly vascular disorders.

Cassia is also a known skin irritant,
so it's best to use it in vapor therapy.
Today, cassia is often used in confectionaries
and potpourri.

Mixes well with: Cassia is best used on its own.

Parts used: Leaves (steam), or bark, leaves,
twigs and stalks (water).

Extraction method: Steam or water distillation.

Safety Information: Avoid if pregnant.
Very large doses can cause depression.



Clove Oil - 1 oz. $6.49




Clove Oil - 4 oz. $12.99




Clove Oil is a spice once heavily traded
during ancient times. Clove has a warm,
spicy aroma that is quite strong.

This oil is 100% pure and steam
distilled from clove buds.

Clove Oil (Eugenia caryophyllata)

Fun fact: During the Han dynasty, cloves
were known as "tongue spice" and
courtiers were required to hold cloves
in their mouths when talking to the emperor.

Cloves were important in the earliest spice
trades, probably because of their importance
in flavoring foods. Known for their hot,
spicy, pungent flavor, cloves are a
favorite seasoning spice for meats,
baked goods, and beverages.

Besides its beloved place in the kitchen,
clove essential oil is a valued aromatic,
and used traditionally as a remedy for skin
conditions, to calm digestive upset, and to
relieve nausea. However, it's best known
for its use as both a breath freshener
and toothache reliever.

Cloves remain an important spice commodity,
and today are used in everything from
perfume to mulled wines and from
love potions to pomades.

Mixes well with: Cinnamon, clary sage,
geranium, ginger, grapefruit, jasmine,
lavender, lemon, myrrh, nutmeg, orange,
palmarosa, rose, sandalwood, tangerine,
tea tree, and ylang ylang.

Parts used: Sun-dried buds.

Extraction method: Steam distillation.

Safety Information: Avoid during pregnancy.
Can irritate skin, so make sure to
always dilute clove essential oil
with a carrier oil, cream, or lotion.

Can irritate mucous membranes
so when using a vaporizer or in a
diffuser be sure to limit exposure.

Do not use on a tooth that is currently
being worked on by a dentist for root canal.

Do not use in baths.



Eucalyptus Oil - 1 oz. $5.49
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Eucalyptus Oil - 4 oz. $9.99




Extracts of Eucalyptus have been an integral
part of folk therapy for centuries,
and it is well documented in numerous
early historical texts. NOW® Eucalyptus Oil
is steam distilled from Eucalyptus
trees and is 100% pure.

Eucalyptus (Eucalyptus globules)

Fun fact: In the 19th century, eucalyptus trees
were called "fever trees," because they
destroyed the breeding ground of the
malaria mosquito. The tree grows fast,
and uses up large amounts of water,
thus large amounts of the trees can turn
swamp into usable land - and also rid the
area of mosquitos in the process.

Centuries ago, the eucalyptus tree was thought
to cleanse the environment, so the frail
and sickly would choose to live in areas
where these fragrant trees grew, hoping
for recovery from their ailments.
While just living under the trees might
not be the cure people hoped for,
the tree does indeed offer healing.

The Australian Aborigines applied crushed
eucalyptus leaves to wounds to promote healing.
They also used eucalyptus leaves to fight
infection and relieve muscular pain.

In India, eucalyptus is used to cool
fever and fight contagious diseases.
Even Western surgeons recognized the
benefits of eucalyptus, and have used a
eucalyptus solution to wash out operation cavities.
Today, eucalyptus is used in many different
types of pharmaceutical products, from vapor
rubs to cold remedies. Even veterinarians and
dentists use eucalyptus in their practices.
Its sweet, menthol, woody scent coupled with
its proven healing abilities makes it a favorite
essential oil in aromatherapy.

Mixes well with: Basil, bergamot,
cedarwood, citronella, ginger, grapefruit,
juniper, lavender, lemon, lime, marjoram,
orange, oregano, peppermint, pine, rosemary,
spearmint, tea tree, and thyme.

Parts used: Fresh or partially dried leaves
and young twigs.

Extraction method: Steam distillation.

Safety Information: Avoid during pregnancy.
Do not use if diagnosed with high blood
pressure or epilepsy. Always use in dilution.
Avoid if taking homeopathic remedies,
as eucalyptus acts as an antidote
against such therapies.



Frankincense Oil - 1 oz. $9.99




100% Natural Frankincense Oil from NOW®
contains the essential oil Frankincense
(Boswellia spp.) prediluted in a natural base
of Grape Seed Oil. We use Grape Seed Oil
because it is a light, natural oil with
no noticeable odor that can be used on all
skin types. Frankincense is an ancient
fragrance that has been used for thousands
of years, especially during the holidays.

Frankincense (Boswellia carteri)

Fun fact: Frankincense can grow without soil.

Frankincense was one of the gifts given
to the baby Jesus from the three Magi.
People often wonder why this is so,
after all, isn't it just a nicely
scented tree? Actually, at one time,
frankincense was valued as highly as gold.
It was held in this high regard for thousands
of years. Frankincense not only had many
healing properties, but was also burned to
rid the sick of evil spirits, and to purify
body and soul. Because of its ability to
slow down and deepen the breath, frankincense
helps to keep prayer and meditation focused.

Unsurprisingly, the Egyptians used it in the
embalming process, but surprisingly they used
it in cosmetic face masks as well. Today,
frankincense is as highly valued by
aromatherapists as it was in days of yore.

With benefits that take care of both external
and internal problems, it truly is worth
its weight in gold.

Mixes well with: Bergamot, cinnamon, clary sage,
geranium, grapefruit, jasmine, lavender,
lemon, myrhh, neroli, orange, patchouli,
pine, rose, sandalwood, tangerine,
and ylang ylang.
Parts used: Oleoresin.

Extraction method: Steam distillation.

Safety Information: No special precautions
with frankincense, however it's best to
use it in moderation.


Ginger Oil - 1 oz. $10.99




Ginger (Zingiber officianale)

Fun fact: To rev up their husbands' libidos,
the women of Senegal weave ginger root into
their belts.

Though ugly in its natural appearance, ginger
is one of the most highly valued spices in the
world. Not only does it give food a unique spicy,
peppery flavor, it's also renowned for its
healing properties. For centuries, different
cultures worldwide have embraced it and sung its praises.

Traditional Chinese medicine employed the use of
fresh ginger for a variety of health issues,
from respiratory challenges to toothaches.
The Greeks used it to counteract the effects of
poison. King Henry VIII of England recommended
the use of ginger to combat the the great plague
of the 16th century. These days, aromatherapists
use its warming and soothing qualities to combat
digestive and joint complaints, mood swings,
and to help increase libido.

Mixes well with: Allspice, Atlas cedarwood, cedarwood,
cinnamon, clove, eucalyptus, geranium, grapefruit,
jasmine, juniper, lemon, lime, myrrh, orange,
palmarosa, patchouli, rose, rosemary, sandalwood,
spearmint, tangerine, tea tree, and ylang ylang.

Part used: Unpeeled, dried, ground root.

Extraction method: Steam distillation

Safety Information: Although it is frequently
administered to pregnant women to help alleviate
morning sickness, it is best to avoid the use of
ginger during pregnancy in aromatherapy practices.
For people with extremely sensitive skin,
dilute oil carefully before using in massage or bath.



Grapefruit Oil - 1 oz. $9.99




Grapefruit is an excellent essential oil with
a characteristic sweet citrus aroma.
When diffused, it imparts a refreshing
fragrance that is both uplifting and invigorating.
This essential oil is 100% pure.

Grapefruit (Citrus paradisi)

Fun fact: In many parts of the world,
the waste of grapefruit and other
citrus fruits are ground and used as animal feed.

Grapefruit is a bit of a botanical mystery.
It appears to be the hybrid of a sour fruit
known as a shaddock and a sweet orange.
However, there are no existing records to
show that there was a deliberate hybridization
of the two plants. So it remains a mystery
as to whether it was deliberately bred or
was a product of Nature's own type of
natural hybridization. First cultivated in
the West Indies back in the 18th century,
the United States is now the world's largest
producer of grapefruit anywhere.

Therapeutically, grapefruit has energizing
and cleansing properties, plus has a unique
ability to aid fat dissolution.
Mixes well with: Basil, cinnamon, clary sage,
clove, eucalyptus, frankincense, geranium,
ginger, hyssop, jasmine, juniper, lavender,
lime, myrrh, neroli, orange, palmarosa,
patchouli, peppermint, rosemary, rosewood,
sage, sandalwood, tangerine, thyme, and ylang ylang.

Parts used: Fresh peel.

Extraction method: Cold expression.

Safety Information: Has a short shelf-life as
it oxidizes quickly. Replace quarterly.




Jasmine Oil - 1 oz. $7.99




Jasmine (Jasminum officinale)

Fun fact: Flowers must be picked before
sunrise, and experienced pickers can pick
between 10,000 and 15,000 per day.

Exotic and sweet, jasmine is a highly
sought after oil. Exorbitantly expensive
in its pure form, it's not uncommon to find
"cut" or synthetic versions on the market.
These variants are beneficial as well as affordable.
Jasmine's historic use goes back centuries.

In ancient India, jasmine was (and still is) used
for for ceremonial purposes. The Chinese used
jasmine to cleanse the atmosphere that surrounded
the sick. A good hostess also made sure to have
jasmine on hand to give to inebriated guests to

clear their heads. Modern uses for jasmine include
childbirth, depression, respiration, and fertility.

Mixes well with: Bergamot, clary sage, clove,
frankincense, geranium, ginger, grapefruit,
lemon, lime, neroli, orange, palmarosa, rose,
rosewood, sandalwood, tangerine, and ylang ylang.

Parts used: Flowers.

Extraction method: Solvent extraction of the
flowers can produce both a concrete and an
absolute. Jasmine essential oil is produced
from the absolute via steam distillation.

Safety Information: Avoid during most of
pregnancy; do not use until labor is well
advanced.



Lavender Oil - 1 oz. $7.99



Lavender Oil - 4 oz. $24.99




Lavender is derived from the Latin word "lavare",
which means to wash. It was the favored fragrance
of Rome and was added to bathwater for a fresh,
clean aroma. NOW® Lavendar Oil is steam
distilled from Lavender plants.

This French essentail oil is 100% pure.

Lavender (Lavandula officinalis)

Fun fact: In the 12th century,
German herbalist Hildegarde von Bingen
declared that lavender was good
for maintaining a pure character.

Lavender is the most loved aromatic used
in aromatherapy today. Besides being
versatile, its lightly floral and
soothing scent is one that most people
find appealing. In therapeutic terms,
lavender is the most useful oil,
and one that every aromatherapy kit
should include. It's also one of the few
essential oils that can be applied neat.

Lavender has a long history of use in many
different cultures, but is probably most
associated with the English for its
use in many of their perfumes.

Mixes well with: Almost all oils,
and particularly well with allspice,
anise, basil, bergamot, citronella,
chamomile, clary sage, clove, eucalyptus,
frankincense, geranium, grapefruit, hyssop,
jasmine, juniper, lemon, lime, tangerine,
patchouli, peppermint, pine, rose, rosemary,
spearmint, tea tree, and thyme.

Parts used: Fresh flowering tops.

Extraction method: Steam distillation

Safety Information: Can make those with low
blood pressure drowsy.



Lemon Oil - 1 oz. $5.99




Lemon Oil - 4 oz. $12.99




Lemons were mentioned in ancient Sanskrit
texts as early as 800 BC, and famed explorers
like Columbus and Vasco DeGama carried
lemons and other citrus fruits with them
during their arduous sea voyages.

NOW® Lemon Oil is naturally cold-pressed
from fresh lemon peels.
This essential oil is 100% pure.

Lemon (Citrus limon)

Fun fact: In Japan, lemon essential oil
is diffused throughout offices and
banks to reduce worker error.

Lemons have long been valued for more
than lemonade. We know that ancient
Egyptians prized this oil for its
purported ability to act as an antidote
to fish and meat poisoning. And, like lime,
it was a staple on 17th century Royal
Navy ships to help prevent scurvy.

Today, we know lemon can help contain
and treat infectious diseases, especially
colds and fevers. Its scent also helps
to increase concentration, and neutralizes
unpleasant odors. Some hospitals use
lemon oil to help calm frightened or
depressed patients. It also boosts the
immune system by stimulating production
of white and red blood cells. Lemon oil
is a must for every aromatherapy kit.

Does Not Mix well with: allspice, anise seed,
atlas cedar, camphor, chamomile, clove,
lime, nutmeg, patchouli, pennyroyal,
spearmint, wintergreen.

Parts used: Outer part of fresh peel.

Extraction method: Cold expression.

Safety Information: May cause skin
irritation in sensitive people.
Avoid direct sunlight after use,
as it may have a mild phototoxic effect.




Lime Oil - 1 oz. $5.99




Limes, along with other citrus fruits,
have been consumed by man for thousands
of years and are mentioned as early as 800 BC.

Citrus fruits were heavily traded throughout
Europe, Asia and North Africa in ancient times
and were widely popular with many
different cultures. This essential oil is 100% pure.

Lime (Citrus aurantifolia)

Fun fact: In the 17th century, English sailors
ate limes to prevent scurvy, a disease
caused by a deficiency of vitamin C.
Soon afterward, the English were dubbed
"limeys," a colorful nickname which has
survived throughout all these years.

Fruity and refreshing, limes have been a
kitchen staple for centuries. It is believed
that limes were first introduced to the
Americas by 16th century Portuguese navigators.
The lime soon became a favorite fruit,
both for its therapeutic value and taste.
Traditionally, lime has been used as a
remedy for indigestion, heartburn, and nausea.
It also has cooling effects on fevers,
and can help ease coughs and various
respiratory disorders. Lime oil is
also useful as part of a beauty regimen,
as its astringic properties help
clear oily skin and acne.

Plus, because lime oil also promotes good
circulation, it is often used to help
relieve varicose veins. Last but not least,
lime oil has a wonderfully uplifting scent,
with the power to uplift and re-energize the spirit.

Mixes well with: Basil, bergamot, citronella,
clary sage, eucalyptus, geranium, ginger, grapefruit,
hyssop, jasmine, juniper, lavender, neroli,
nutmeg, rosemary, rosewood, sage, sandalwood,
tangerine, and ylang ylang.

Parts used: Peel of unripe fruit (cold expression),
whole ripe crushed fruit (steam distillation).

Extraction method: Cold expression or steam distillation.

Safety Information: May cause photosensitivity
in strong sunlight; use in moderation.




Orange Oil - 1 oz. $3.99





Orange Oil - 4 oz. $6.99





Oranges are mentioned in ancient Chinese
writings as early as 2400 BC, and, like most
citrus fruits, were heavily traded and
widely popular as a food and a fragrance.
It takes 1,000 lbs. of fresh oranges to make
10 lbs. of Orange Oil. NOW® Sweet Orange Oil
is naturally cold-pressed from fresh orange peels.
This essential oil is 100% pure.

Orange (Citrus sinensis)

Fun fact: On Chinese New Year, oranges
are given as gifts to symbolize
happiness and prosperity.

Orange oil is one of the best aromatics
for the beginner. Besides lending a quality
ambiance to any environment, orange oil
basically foolproof to use. It mixes well
with many essential oils, plus softens
and warms up the blend. It also has a variety
of therapeutic uses, from relaxing mind
and spirit to boosting circulation to
protecting wood. It's user-friendly in nature,
and inexpensive to keep on hand.

Historically, oranges have been associated
with generosity and gratitude, and symbolized
innocence and fertility. Native to China and
India, oranges are now grown in abundance
in the Americas, Israel, and the Mediterranean.

Mixes well with: Almost all essential oils, but
especially well with allspice, anise, basil,
bergamot, cinnamon, citronella, clary sage,
clove, eucalyptus, frankincense, geranium,
ginger, grapefruit, hyssop, jasmine, juniper,
lemon, marjoram, oregano, neroli, nutmeg,
palmarosa, patchouli, rosewood, sage,
sandalwood, and ylang ylang.

Part used: Orange peel.

Extraction method: Cold-pressed.

Safety Information: Do not apply before
going out into sunlight. Highly sensitive
people should perform a patch test.




Patchouli Oil - 1 oz. $8.99




Patchouli Oil - 4 oz. $22.99




Patchouli (Pogostemon patchouli)

Fun fact: In Victorian England, people would
buy imported Indian cashmere shawls only if
they smelled like patchouli. Its scent proved
the shawls had been protected from moths
during shipment.

Chances are the word "patchouli" brings to mind
hippies, free love, and an era of liberation.
However, patchouli was used in the East long
before the 1970's to scent clothes and linen.
In the 19th century, the British learned to
identify patchouli as it was used to scent
imported fabrics from India. While the musky,
earthy scent of patchouli is most associated
with fabrics, it has therapeutic properties as
well. It's an insect repellent, aphrodisiac,
anti-inflammatory, antibacterial, and antifungal.

It provides harmony to the body and spirit,
and can even fight off body odor by performing
as both a deodorant and anti-perspirant.
It also has the ability to diminish appetite,
making it a friend to dieters all over the globe.

Patchouli also has the rare distinction of actually
improving with age; the older the oil, the more
fuller the scent. Patchouli: it's not just for
hippies anymore.

Mixes well with: Allspice, Atlas cedarwood,
bergamot, cedarwood, cinnamon, clary sage,
frankincense, geranium, ginger, grapefruit,
lavender, orange, myrrh, palmarosa, pine,
rose, rosewood, sandalwood, tangerine,
and ylang ylang.

Parts used:Non-flower leaves.

Extraction method: Steam distillation.

Safety Information: Can be sedative if used
in large amounts. Because patchouli can cause
appetite loss, do not use if recovering from
illness or if battling eating disorders.



Peppermint Oil - 1 oz. $5.99



Peppermint Oil - 4 oz. $15.99



Peppermint was widely used by the ancient
Greeks and Romans, and may have been
cultivated by the Egyptians. The term "mint"
is from the Greek Mintha, a mythological
nymph transformed into a plant by the goddess,
Peresphone after she learned of her husband
Pluto's love for her. This oil is 100% pure.

Peppermint (Mentha piperita)

Fun fact: It's believed that the genus
Mentha was named for the mythological
nymph Minthe, who, according to Roman legend,
was seduced by Pluto, then turned into a
plant by his jealous wife. Pluto then turned
Minthe into an herb, to be valued by
generations to come.

Peppermint is one of the most useful and
beloved essential oils. Refreshing, cooling,
uplifting, and restoring, peppermint has a
variety of therapeutic uses. Used extensively
in both Eastern and Western medicine for
everything from indigestion to diarrhea,
headaches to tired feet, and toothaches to
cramps. Peppermint is also a big favorite
among the food industry, and can be found
as a flavoring agent in gums, candy,
ice cream, and pastries.

However, peppermint really shines in aromatherapy,
as its fresh, comforting scent soothes and
relieves all sorts of ailments, both mental
and physical.

Mixes well with: Basil, eucalyptus, geranium,
grapefruit, juniper, lavender, lemon, myrrh,
pine, rosemary, spearmint, tea tree, and wintergreen.

Extraction method: Steam distillation.

Parts used: Flowering herb.

Safety Information: Avoid if pregnant or
breast feeding. Do not use on babies or
small children. May cause irritation to
sensitive skin, however it is rare.
Do a patch test, first, before applying
in large amounts. Do not use in baths.

Should not be used in conjunction with
homeopathic remedies, as it will act as an antidote.




Sage Oil - 1 oz. $9.99




Sage (Salvia officinalis)

Fun fact: During the Middle Ages,
the actual herb (and not the oil)
was used to clean gums.

Throughout the ages, sage was considered
to be a sacred herb, especially by the Romans,
who believed a little bit of sage could cure
just about everything. The Chinese also
valued sage, and believed it to be a cure
for sterility. This savory herb found its
way into the kitchen, and was used to flavor
meats and other dishes. As an aromatic,
sage has a variety of therapeutic uses,
from promoting respiratory health to
strengthening memory.

Sage is also a popular fragrance in perfumes
and colognes, especially men's products.
It can also be found in soaps, shampoos,
detergents, and antiperspirants, as well
as mouthwashes, gargles and toothpastes.

To cap it all off, sage is also a source of
natural antioxidants (although ingesting it
in essential oil form is not recommended).
There are many different varieties of sage,
however salvia officinalis is used in aromatherapy
because it is both commercially and therapeutically
important. It's still current in the British Herbal
Pharmacopoeia, and especially wonderful when
blended with citrus essential oils.

Mixes well with: Bergamot, grapefruit, hyssop,
lavender, lemon, lime, orange, pennyroyal,
pine, rosemary, rosewood, and tangerine.

Extraction method: Steam distillation

Parts used: Dried leaves

Safety Information: Avoid during pregnancy,
and also if breastfeeding. If diagnosed with
epilepsy or high blood pressure small amounts are
fine, however it is safest to avoid it.
Sage should also not be used on babies
or small children.



Tangerine Oil - 1 oz. $5.99




Tangerine (Citrus reticulata)

Fun fact: In the days of simpler gift
giving, tangerines were a favorite
stocking stuffer, and delighted both
the giver and the receiver.

Tangerines are much more than a delicious,
exotic treat. These fabulous fruits have
been used throughout the ages for skin
care, digestive health, and system balancing.
Their warm, sweet, fresh, and lively scent
is especially captivating to children
and pregnant women.

The French regard tangerine oil as a safe
remedy for children suffering from
indigestion and hiccoughs. Tangerine oil
is also known to inspire, strengthen,
and uplift spirits. This essential oil
helps combat PMS, promotes healthy
digestion, and can help reduce scars
and stretch marks. It also supports the
lymphatic, circulatory, and immune systems.

While some may find it similar to orange oil,
tangerine oil has its own unique,
comforting, and sparkling aroma, and
should not be replaced by its citrus sister.

Mixes well with: Anise, basil, bergamot,
cinnamon, clary sage, clove, frankincense,
geranium, ginger, grapefruit, hyssop,
juniper, lavender, lemon, lime, marjoram,
myrrh, neroli, nutmeg, palmarosa,
patchouli, rose, rosemary, rosewood,
sage, sandalwood, tea tree, and ylang ylang.

Parts used: Outer peel.

Extraction method: Cold expression.

Safety Information: May be phototoxic; do
not use on skin exposed to direct sunlight.



Teatree Oil - 1 oz. $7.99




Tea Tree (Melaleuca alternifolia)

Fun fact: During World War II, Australian cutters
and producers of tea tree oil were exempt from
military service until enough of this precious
essential oil was accumulated for use in
first-aid kits.

Well-known for its antiseptic and germicidal
properties, tea tree oil has been used therapeutically
by the aboriginal people of Australia for centuries.
Named by Captain Cook's crew, it was introduced
to Europe around 1927. During World War II, Australian
soldiers carried tea tree oil in their first-aid kits
as a treatment for skin injuries. Even though tea
tree oil has a long history of use therapeutically,
it is a relatively new addition to aromatherapy.

Despite being the new kid on the block, tea tree
oil has become a staple for many aromatherapists
around the world because of its versatility and
wide-reaching benefits.

Mixes well with: Basil, bergamot, citronella,
clary sage, clove, eucalyptus, geranium, ginger,
juniper, lavender, lemon, marjoram, myrrh,
nutmeg, oregano, peppermint, pine, rosemary,
rosewood, tangerine, tea tree, thyme, and ylang ylang.

Extraction method: Steam or water distillation.

Parts used: Leaves and twigs.

Safety Information: Can be used neat,
however it's best to do a patch test first.
Limit usage to the problem area, and avoid the
surrounding skin. Do not massage directly
on or below a varicose vein.



Ylang Ylang Oil - 1 oz. $15.99




Ylang Ylang (Cananga odorata)

Fun fact: Indonesians spread ylang ylang petals
on the bed of newly wedded couples.

Exotic. Mysterious. Spicy. Those three words
describe ylang ylang to a "T." Ylang ylang's
aroma can both uplift and relax. It's been
around for centuries, and has been most
frequently used as an aphrodisiac, yet it
has many other stimulating qualities as well.
Victorians used it to stimulate the scalp to
encourage hair growth. The Chinese used it for
circulatory health and to balance the heart.

Early 20th century researchers discovered ylang
ylang oil was effective against malaria,
typhus, and various intestinal infections.
Around the same time, researchers also recognized
ylang ylang had a calming effect on the heart.
Today, ylang ylang is a treasured essential oil,
and is actually more powerful when combined
with other oils.

Mixes well with: Allspice, Atlas cedarwood,
bergamot, cinnamon, frankincense, geranium,
ginger, grapefruit, jasmine, lavender,
lemon, lime, marjoram, myrrh, neroli,
orange, palmarosa, patchouli, rose,
rosewood, sandalwood, tangerine,
tea tree, and wintergreen.

Parts used: Fresh, fully-developed flowers.

Extraction method: Water or steam distillation.

Safety Information: Use in small qualities,
used too frequently or in high doses could
cause headaches or nausea in some people.
Do not use on inflamed skin, or skin
affected by dermatitis.



Below are some Oils that A Wilder Witch
has and I am selling too..

All Anna Riva Oil 3.99 (2 Dram.)

Anna Riva Selection has been updated.
If you would like to purchase simply
email me with your selection.

Anna Riva Oil
Price $3.99




Mystic Merlyn has tried these Oils and
would like to introduce ...
A Wilder Witch's Products are my own "brand-name"
so to speak. I have several products that I have
hand crafted, blended or otherwise charged
for your personal use and intent.
~~*~~Wilder's Oils~~*~~

A Wilder Witch Oils
Price $3.99


CD information obtained from
ImageryBirthing.com,



Listed below are the CD information:

FLOWING IMAGERY
This wonderful session will provide you with
the relaxation necessary to help put your hormones
back in balance, keep your stress in check and allow
you to flow gently with life. This session greatly
assists with lactation flow and building your self worth.

DEEP SLEEP

Our active daily living may interrupt our nightly
sleep patterns causing us to lose the valuable sleep
necessary for us to maintain good health.
Our Deep Sleep session provides your mind and
body with the ability to get the rest and deep
sleep that you truly need while allowing for
the mental alertness necessary for caring for your child.
Sleep is essential for maintaining your good health
and emotional harmony and balance.

COLOR IMAGERY

Imagery is imperative in our daily living and this
session creates the hormonal balance and energy
necessary to maintain your positive physical and
emotional well-being that you and your new baby deserve.

AFFIRMATIONS

Affirmations are positive statements that when
repeated are accepted by the subconscious mind as reality.
This session provides your mind and body with the positive
statements necessary to make the wonderful healthy changes
you desire and deserve. Develop your self-esteem,
self-confidence and self-worth and be the very best
that you can be...



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