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Essential Oils: Cultivated
All of our cultivated essential oils are locally grown (and unsprayed) in the Sedona and Verde Valley region of Arizona.
Lavandin (Lavandula x intermedia)
Cultivated in Sedona (4,500 ft. elevation), and gathered from the same plants every year. The aroma is fruity, floral and camphoraceous, and varies every year depending on weather conditions and time of collecting. An antimicrobial, immune stimulant, analgesic, mucolytic and anti-infectious oil. Should be avoided by those with a sensitivity to camphor.
Omeo Gum Eucalyptus (Eucalyptus neglecta)
Cultivated in the Verde Valley (4,000 ft.), this round leafed Eucalyptus is one of the few species that can survive a cold Winter. The aroma is sweet, mildly spicy, camphoraceous and clarifying. Antitussive, mucolytic, expectorant, antiinfectious, anti microbial. Helpful as a steam inhalation for sinus or respiratory infection. Should be avoided by those with a sensitivity to camphor.
Rosemary (Cineole) (Rosmarinus officianalis)
Cultivated in Sedona (4,500 ft. elevation), and distilled in the height of flowering. The flowers impart sweet floral tones to this Rosemary, that soften and ʻround outʼ itʼs aroma. A strong mucolytic with antimicrobial properties (due in part to the cineole), anti-infectious and stimulating oil. Can be used in a steam inhalation to help prevent a secondary infection from a cold. Do not use this oil before attempting to go to sleep.
Vitex (Chaste Berry) (Vitex agnus-castus) - Currently OUT OF STOCK
Cultivated in Sedona and the Verde Valley (4,000+ ft.). We distill the flowers, leaves and berries. The aroma is spicy, warm and peppery. Vitex supports the function of the corpus luteum, and therefore, production of Progesterone. It is helpful for symptoms of PMS, peri menopause and heavy menstrual bleeding. Should be used under the guidance of a Clinical Aromatherpist or health care provider.