8 New Single Essential Oils

by Grace Martin September 08, 2020

8 New Single Essential Oils

We recently released 13 new citrus and floral single essential oils, but the goodness doesn’t stop there! Today we’re launching 8 more essential oils, because whoever said you could have too much of a good thing? 

Unlike our previous launches, these new oils span different plant parts and aromas. From wood and mint oils to spice and herbs, there’s a little something for everyone. The common denominator? Each oil is a prime pick for alleviating pain and boosting immunity–just in time for cooler weather. 

So go ahead and get acquainted with these gorgeous new offerings. You’re sure to find something you’ll love.

8 New Single Essential Oils

1. Texas Cedarwood (Juniperus mexicana)Smoky and woodsy with dry, peppery undertones, Texas Cedarwood is both grounding and meditative. Use Texas Cedarwood in improving the skin’s appearance, supporting the immune system and defending against creepy crawlies and biting pests. 

2. Virginian Cedarwood (Juniperus virginiana): Warm, deeply grounding and reminiscent of roasting marshmallows over a crackling fire, this Cedarwood variety is woodsy and forest-like. Virginia Cedarwood’s many talents include reducing pain and inflammation, reducing congestion and cough and soothing stress.

3. Ho Wood (Cinnamomum camphora): Soft, floral, sweet, with an underlying fruity, herbaceousness, Ho Wood’s pleasant aroma promotes drifting off into uninterrupted, deep sleep. Its sedative effects lends Ho Wood to also be supremely relaxing and stress-relieving.

4. Light Patchouli (Pogostemon cablin): Light Patchouli’s rich aroma is layered with smoky, woody, herbaceous goodness. Diffusing Light Patchouli can reduce the chaos of an out of kilter day, making this oil a great stress-reliever and optimum choice for mediation and prayer.

5. Indian Peppermint (Mentha piperita): Minty and cooling, Indian-grown Peppermint has a sweet decadence like candy and buttermints. Use Indian Peppermint on a hot day or after ample sun time to cool and restore the body or to promote vitality and motivation.

6. Sea Fennel (Crithmum Maritimum): Fresh and sea-like with a citrusy herbaceousness, Sea Fennel is beloved amongst beachgoers. The benefits of Sea Fennel are many, and include reducing the appearance of fine lines and wrinkles and smoothing out cellulite.

7. Star Anise (Illicium verum): Experiencing Star Anise is like stepping into an exotic tea or spice shop–its aroma will fill you with instantaneous warmth. Whether it's arthritis, general joint pain or inflammation caused by working out, Star Anise is an excellent aid.

8. Red Thyme (Thymus vulgaris): Fresh, warm, camphorous, and, of course, herbaceous, the aroma of Red Thyme is true to the herb it’s derived from. When it comes to supporting the immune system, especially during the common cold season, Red Thyme is amongst the best oils for the job.

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