High quality, undiluted essential oils are a must in every home's medicinal cabinet.  Their uses are endless and their health benefits incomparable.  Our organic essential oils are the same we use In our toothpaste and mouthwash, you can add extra drops depending of your preferences.  

Want an stronger minty "flavor"?  Add a few drops of peppermint or spearmint to toothpaste and Mouthwash.

Looking to heal swollen gums?  Add a few drops of Clove or oregano essential oils to toothpaste and Mouthwash.

Have bleeding gums?  Add a few drops of Oregano, tea tree or sage oil to toothpaste and Mouthwash.

This oils can also be used internally.  Add them to your hot or cold teas, or beverages.  Use them in baking instead of extracts (only a few drops will do).

Other great uses :

Add them to your Shampoo and Conditioner, body lotion, laundry detergent, laundry wool dryer balls, surface cleaner, aromatherapy, beauty routine, meditation, car refresher, pets (with caution).... the list goes on.

  1. Aromatherapy: Using essential oils to promote relaxation, improve mood, and alleviate stress.
  2. Massage: Adding essential oils to carrier oils for massage therapy, which can enhance relaxation and provide aromatherapy benefits.
  3. Skincare: Incorporating essential oils into skincare products like lotions, creams, and serums for their potential benefits such as moisturizing, soothing, and balancing skin.
  4. Haircare: Adding essential oils to shampoos, conditioners, and hair masks for their nourishing and potentially stimulating effects on the scalp and hair.
  5. Cleaning: Using essential oils with antibacterial and antifungal properties as natural alternatives to chemical cleaners for surfaces and air fresheners.
  6. Medicinal purposes: Some essential oils are used in traditional medicine for their potential therapeutic effects, such as peppermint oil for digestion or lavender oil for relaxation.
  7. Insect repellent: Certain essential oils like citronella, lavender, and eucalyptus are used as natural insect repellents.
  8. Flavoring: Food-grade essential oils are used to add flavor to food and beverages, such as peppermint oil in tea or lemon oil in desserts.
  9. Relief from respiratory issues: Inhalation of essential oils like eucalyptus or tea tree oil may help alleviate symptoms of respiratory conditions like congestion or cough.
  10. Pain relief: Some essential oils, such as peppermint or ginger oil, are used topically or in massage for their potential analgesic properties.
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