Welcoming 10 New Single Essential Oils

June 07, 2017

Our shop is in full bloom with the addition of 10 new single oils. Available today, our 10 new singles were handpicked for their amazing aromas and bountiful therapeutic benefits. From Agarwood to Magnolia, our freshest essential oils will become your new favorites.

Agarwood (Oud) - As you inhale, savor the bitter-sweet, leathery, animalic notes of what is known as the “Wood of the gods.” Oud alone makes the perfect men’s cologne.

Blue Cypress - With anti-inflammatory, analgesic and antibacterial properties, Blue Cypress is touted as being an exceptional oil for the skin.

Douglas Fir -  Like many coniferous oils, Douglas Fir is antiseptic and often used to support respiratory health. Its aroma is sweet and fresh with citrusy notes, and can be stimulating to the senses.

Helichrysum Gymnocephalum - Its soft, eucalyptus-like aroma opens airways, disinfects the air and clears congestion making it a great pick for overall respiratory health. Combine with other Helichrysums to create a powerful respiratory blend that doubles as a skin-nourishing serum when diluted.  

Kunzea - Wild crafted in Tasmania, Kunzea’s penetrating analgesic and anti-inflammatory properties make this oil a great addition to massage blends.  

Lavender Greek - With a distinct aroma and countless applications, Lavender has been used for centuries. Anciently, the Greeks would use Lavender as perfume, bathing and for cooking. Since that time, many have discovered the myriad of benefits that Lavender holds.

Magnolia - Magnolia’s aroma is complex and reminiscent of sweet things like sparkling champagne, a bouquet of flowers or freshly picked fruit. Therapeutically, Magnolia is said to increase circulation, act as a sedative, benefit the skin and relax both the mind and body.  

Manuka - From aiding in skin regeneration, itching, acne and even muscle soreness, Manuka is a medicine cabinet must-have. Allow Manuka’s vibrant aroma to enliven your day and add fresh energy.

Nootka Tree - Its complex, rich aroma adds a unique component to masculine and earthy blends. Today, Nootka Tree is trending as a natural alternative to insect repellent and as a source of antioxidants.  

Saro - Native to Madagascar, Saro is commonly employed to prevent sickness and aid the immune system due to its antiviral properties. Saro’s fresh, vibrant aroma may stimulate the mind and boost creativity.

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COMMENTS

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  • Edens Garden says...

    Hi Barbara! Here is a link to an article that provides guidelines on diluting: https://www.edensgarden.com/blogs/news/how-to-dilute-essential-oils

    On August 01, 2017

  • Barbara says...

    I received the synergy blend immunity and there is no recommended dilution on bottle.

    On August 01, 2017

  • Edens Garden says...

    Hi Kathy Weber! We offer Carrot Seed essential oil, and if by Bois de rose you mean Rosewood, than we offer Rosewood as well

    On July 31, 2017

  • Kathy Weber says...

    Hello,
    I am interested in your essential oils, mostly the anti-aging. I would like to know more about your
    carrot seed essential oil and do you have Bois de rose essential oil? How much and what size.
    Thank You
    Kathy Weber

    On July 29, 2017

  • Edens Garden says...

    Hi Shari! Our most popular Lavender oil is the Bulgarian variety. Our Thera Lux diffuser is typically $79.99, but is currently 25% off. We highly recommend it! We offer a Jasmine roll-on, which has a white floral aroma, also our Magnolia essential oil. We purchase our base lotions from Target, and make our own balms using beeswax and a carrier oil. There is an “add to cart” button on each product page. You don’t have to purchase one item at a time! :) We’d be happy to answer any other questions you have. Please contact us here: https://www.edensgarden.com/pages/contact-us

    On July 11, 2017

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