Bergamot is one of my favourite essential oils. (Anything with a citrus scent (or taste) gets my attention.) The oil is cold pressed from the almost ripe rind of the Bergamot orange – (Citrus bergamia … [Read more...]
Using Essential Oils with Antibacterial Properties
These articles reflect the use of essential oils with antibacterial properties.
If you have ever been in a middle school with young adolescents, and for whatever reason, they have to remove their shoes -- well, do I have to say more? Or perhaps you and your dog are just returning … [Read more...]
A little Petitgrain trivia: The name Petitgrain (or originally petit grain) is a French translation of 'little grains'. Originally the essential oil was extracted from tiny, unripe oranges that … [Read more...]
A little Spikenard trivia In ancient times, Spikenard was regarded as one of the most precious of oils, along with Frankincense and Myrrh, and often used in religious ceremonies. The plant … [Read more...]
A little trivia about Oregano Oregano is a member of the mint family and is a bushy, perennial herb. Although it is native to Europe, it can also be found in many other areas around the world. … [Read more...]