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Oils 101 — Organic Essential Oil

Organic Citronella Essential Oil

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Organic Citronella Essential Oil

Using an essential oil for the first time? Don’t worry! Essential oils are the best choice for dealing with different problems. It does wonders when it comes to aromatherapy, household, personal beauty and as a natural remedy for minor health issues. Citronella is one of the best essential oils which can be utilized for different purposes. Keep reading to get an insight of this remarkable oil.

Citronella is a fragrant grass which has earned the name from the French word ‘lemon balm’. This grass grows in some Asian countries and some islands of the south Pacific such as Indonesia, Burma and Java. The sweet and lemony aroma grabs your attention and makes you feel refreshed. Since it resembles with lemongrass in appearance, growth and processing method, it is usually difficult for people to differentiate between the two. However, the difference is that lemongrass has off-white pseudostems while those of the Citronella plant are reddish in color. Both of them belong to the same plant family i.e. Cymbopogon.

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Organic Cassia Essential Oil

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Organic Cassia Essential Oil

Essential oils are worth using when it comes to your skincare and healthcare. Not only this, if you want to have a pleasant feeling and want to feel relaxed, you can diffuse some of the essential oils and enjoy their aroma. Let’s have a look at Cassia and its essential oil which dates to biblical times.

Cassia, also known as Chinese cinnamon (or Cassia bark), belongs to the family Lauraceae. It is an evergreen tree native to China and Burma. Botanically known as Cinnamomum cassia, it is a close relative to true cinnamon, also known as Ceylon cinnamon. The difference between Cassia and Cinnamon is that they are from two different plants. Cassia is from ‘Cinnamomum cassia’ whereas Cinnamon is from ‘Cinnamomum zeylanicum’. Cassia is one of the 50 fundamental herbs used in traditional Chinese medicine. This plant is known for its strong, spicy aroma and has a sweeter taste than that of cinnamon. It is useful in many ways from aromatic and topical use to culinary use.

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Organic Cedarwood Essential Oil

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Organic Cedarwood Essential Oil
The scent of cedarwood essential oil is best described as a delightful, woodsy, balsamic aroma and will leave your house smelling glorious!  Furthermore, it will work wonders on your mind and mood. It may even help with clearing the mind and relieving stress, owing to its calming scent. Apart from its benefits for personal care, it is commonly used as a natural insect repellent.

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Organic Clove Essential Oil

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Organic Clove Essential Oil
Clove, botanically known as Eugenia caryophyllata can be found in nature as unopened pink flower buds of the tropical evergreen tree. Picked up by hand in late summer and again in winter, the buds are dried until they turn brown. The buds are then left whole, ground into a spice or are steam-distilled to produce organic clove essential oil

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Organic Spikenard Essential Oil

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Organic Spikenard Essential Oil

Healthcare and Skincare are two most important things that we must consider along with the other vital things in our life. However, nowadays it is difficult for most of the people to keep a track of their wellbeing which leads to worse consequences. But there is good news for you guys! We are here to make your life hassle-free and healthy. All you need to do is include essential oils in your healthcare and skincare routine and explore their benefits. Spikenard is one of the best essential oils which is not only famous for its aromatic use, it also works the best for your skin and hair.

Spikenard, botanically known as Nardostachys jatamansi, belongs to the valerian family. This plant, also known as nard, nardin, and muskroot is native to the Himalayas of Nepal, China, and India. Spikenard produces small, fragile pink flowers which have a shape of a bell.

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