Flowers, herbs, resins, barks, and oils from each week’s Feels and Flowers podcast episode. Follow the links to find blends and more information about each essential oil
Rose Essential Oil
Roses have a calming aroma, and the essential oil is great for soothing and healing skin of all types. This oil is very expensive, but a little goes a long way!
Jasmine Essential Oil
Jasmine has a powerful and sweet aroma that is prized by perfume makers. It is believed to be an aphrodisiac, and relieve anxiety.
Helichrysum Essential Oil
This cooling and soothing oil is a powerhouse and is especially prized for its skin renewal properties, that’s why it’s called the “Everlasting Oil”!
What I grew up believing was a poisonous little fruit is actually benign. Used in traditional medicine for its expectorant and diuretic properties.
Apricot Kernel Oil
A carrier oil that is excellent for all skin types, including sensitive and mature skin. Not only does it have very little scent, it also has a longer shelf-life (more than a year).
Lavender Essential Oil
Gentle and extremely versatile, this essential oil has been loved and used for thousands of years and remains the unchallenged favorite in aromatherapy.
Highly valued for its tonic effect on the liver, gallbladder and digestive system. It can remove parasites from the digestive tract, aid in fever reduction, and helps weak and under-active digestion systems.
Cedarwood Atlas Essential Oil
An oil with a long history and a wide range of benefits. Astringent, stimulant, and anti-inflammatory, is also a natura pest repellent.
Orange Sweet Essential Oil
Orange is a very affordable oil and has a large variety of uses! However, it is especially beloved in aromatherapy for its uplifting citrusy scent
Rich in skin-nourishing fatty acids, antioxidants, and vitamin E, Olive oil one of the best carrier oils you can use.
Geranium Essential Oil
Widely used in aromatherapy and in the perfume industry. Its beautiful aroma blends well with most other oils and helps to harmonize and balance other scents.
Frankincense Essential Oil
Worth its weight in gold, this ancient commodity is as prized now as it was ages ago.
Bergamot Essential Oil
Bergamot essentail oil is a wonderful mixture of vibrant citrus and floral aromas that make this a prized ingredient in perfumes.
Cinnamon Essential Oil
This essential oil is warming and is a favorite during the fall and winter months.
Lemongrass Essential Oil
Lemongrass has a long history of culinary, cosmetic, and medicinal use among many cultures. The essential oil has the ability to bring down fever and helps to refresh and stimulate the mind and body
Manuka Essential Oil
Manuka has powerful properties but the most important is that it is a strong antiseptic, ideal for use on cuts and wounds. You can take advantage of these properties by using either the essential oil or Manuka honey.
Sandalwood Essential Oil
Rich in history, and of many uses, Sandalwood heartwood is so prized and sought after that it is one of the most expensive woods in the world.
This essential oil is extremely popular. In fact it is the first essential oil I ever purchased. You can enjoy its myriad benefits in its various forms.
Sweet Almond Oil
This oil has been used for centuries to treat dry skin, eczema, and psoriasis. Perfect for all skin types, with a mild fragrance and a light consistency, sweet almond oil is perfect for every day use.
Rosemary Essential Oil
Rosemary essential oil has been a favortie for thousands of years. Not only is the herb tasty, but its oil is useful for self-care and to support the respiratory system.