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Lavender (Lavandula angustifolia)

- 8 minutes to read

Lavender is one of the most versatile essential oils, and throughout history it was used in the kitchen for cooking, as an antiseptic and antibacterial aid, and recently research has focused on its use as a relaxing aid during heart surgery.

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Eucalyptus (‎Eucalyptus globulus)

- 5 minutes to read

With its camphor-like smell, eucalyptus is a versatile essential oil for everyday use. It calms both the mind and body, as well as assisting with respiratory issues, skin irritations, fever and fatigue.

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Jasmine (Jasminum grandiflorum, Officinale)

- 5 minutes to read

Jasmine is considered by many as the king of essential oils. With its deep floral and warm and rich scent, it creates a state of relaxation and calms the mind. To entirely immerse ourselves in its amazing smell and health-enhancing properties, we can use it in topical applications, baths and while showering, as well as during inhalation to clear our airways.

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Sandalwood (Santalum spicatum)

- 4 minutes to read

Found mostly in the Pacific region, sandalwood has had many uses throughout the history - from ceremonial burning to topical applications. With its woody and calming scent, sandalwood essential oil is today one of the favourites for stimulating endorphins, the pineal gland and relaxing tensions.

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Sweet Orange (Citrus Sinensis)

- 4 minutes to read

The refreshing scent and aroma of oranges always puts a smile on our face. It gives us the zing. Sweet orange essential oil does even more, as it stimulates relaxation and helps with inflammation, especially due to viruses and bacteria.

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