Essential Oil for Diffusers, Convenient Starter Sizes


These therapeutic grade essential oils are convenient starters for diffuser necklaces and bracelets. Choose one or a few to make blends. Please read these few important safety items about essential oils before making your choices: These oils are full strength and should not be applied to skin without dilution to a 1% or 2% ratio. Never use in eyes or on mucus membranes. Do not take internally. Keep away from children. If applying diluted to skin you should perform a small patch test, if you develop a skin reaction do not continue use. If you spill essential oil on skin, rub a vegetable oil (olive, canola, etc) to the affected area of skin to dilute, then wash with soap and water.

Essential oil bottles come with orifice reducer so one drop is released from the vial at a time. For 20 drop volume vial will be only 1/2 full, 40 drops fills the vial. Pipette sold separately. See oil descriptions below:

Lavender (French) Essential Oil (Lavandula officinalis): Top note, strong floral aroma with camphoraceous and green undertones. Lavender is used to help reduce emotional stress, ease nerves, soothe and relax, bring calm, and improve sleep. 

Sweet Orange Essential Oil (Citrus sinensis): Top note that is sweet, tangy, and has the aroma of fresh cut oranges. This bright, uplifting, and invigorating oil is said to promote joy, calm the nerves, and has a balancing effect on mind and body. May help soothe an upset tummy when inhaled. Increases sensitivity to the sun and may irritate skin if used topically, which is characteristic for almost all of the citrus oils.

Rosemary Essential Oil (Rosmarinus officinalis): Top note with a fresh, herbal, slightly camphorous, woody-balsamic undertones. Rosemary is said to revitalize mental energy, promote clarity and improve memory, helps to stimulate thought and bring new ideas. Avoid in epilepsy and pregnancy.  

Lemongrass Essential Oil (Cympopogon flexuosus): Top note with strong lemony herbal aroma. Lemongrass is used to clear away negativity and emotional blockages, clears the mind and alleviates stress. Commonly used in blends as insect repellent. May cause skin irritation when used topically.

Grapefruit Essential Oil (Citrus paradisi): Middle or Top note with fresh, tangy citrus scent like the fruit. Grapefruit is said to stimulate the body and mind, relieve depression and stress, induce positive feelings, promote activity and alertness. Increases sensitivity to the sun and may irritate skin if used topically, which is characteristic for almost all of the citrus oils.

Peppermint Essential Oil (Mentha piperata): Top note with strong, sharp, intense menthol-mint fragrance. It is believed to enhance alertness and stamina, uplift the mood, ease tension, act as an expectorant, and may have aphrodisiac qualities. May help soothe an upset tummy when inhaled. Avoid in pregnancy and with epilepsy. May cause skin irritation if applied topically. 

Eucalyptus Essential Oil, Blue Mallee (Eucalyptus polybractea): Top note with strong, sweet, fresh and cooling camphoraceous aroma. Thought to promote emotional well-being and respiratory health, uplifting, brings harmony. Avoid while pregnant, don't use one children under 10 years of age, precautions with asthma, may cause skin irritation if applied topically. 

Cedarwood Essential Oil (Cedrus Atlantica): Base to middle note with a sweet balsamic woody fragrance. Believed to have soothing and calming properties, ease anxiety, stress, and depression. Also used in blends as an insect repellent. Avoid while pregnant. May cause skin irritation if applied topically. 

Patchouli Essential Oil (Pogostemon cablin): Base note with rich, dark, earthy, musk-like scent. Known for it's aphrodisiac qualities, it is also used for soothing, healing, and calming.It is said to relieve stress, anxiety, and depression. 


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