Aura Cacia Essential Oils - Choose Your Favorite

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There are many ways to enhance your everyday life with essential oils. The primary applications include inhalation, diffusion and topical. (see below for tips and tricks on using them in the various ways).  Here is a link to many recipes using these essential oils: https://manicmermaid.com/pages/essential-oils-for-the-zombie-apocalypse-recipes


Essential Oils

  • Bergamot - 
    Aura Cacia Bergamot (Citrus bergamia) Essential Oil is a reviving, soothing citrus oil with floral and sweet notes that distinguish it from other citrus oils.

    Often considered the finest of the citrus oils, bergamot is native to tropical Asia but grows almost exclusively in Italy, Brazil, France and the Ivory Coast.

    Aura Cacia Organic Bergamot Essential Oil is expressed from the fruit peel of certified organic Italian-grown bergamot oranges.
  • Clove - 
    Clove bud (Syzygium aromaticum) is a potent essential oil that is cleansing and comforting. It is ideal for home care products, outdoor recipes, and even topical applications when properly diluted.

    Aura Cacia Clove Bud Essential Oil is distilled only from the whole dried flower buds of the clove tree.
  • Eucalyptus - 
    Eucalyptus (Eucalyptus globulus) is one of the most popular essential oils as it’s inexpensive, easy to use and very effective. Eucalyptus leaves have a naturally sweet aroma but, through proper distillation, the essential oil becomes brisk and camphoraceous.

    Aura Cacia Eucalyptus Essential Oil typically comes from a village in the Yunnan mountain area of southern China. It was planted in China to reforest the area nearly 100 years ago. Distillers use the small pieces of wood on which the leaves are attached to supply the heat necessary to create the steam for distillation.
  • Geranium - 
    Geranium (Pelargonium graveolens) essential oil is versatile, practical and effective in a wide variety of applications — from cleaners and detergents to lotions and body care products, to outdoor patio sprays. It is often compared to rose essential oil in its usage but its aroma is distinctly geranium — fresh, green and softly floral. The oil is also used in perfumery. Compared to other oils, it is relatively new to this realm, having only been used since the mid-19th century.

    Aura Cacia Geranium Essential Oil typically comes from Egypt and China. It is obtained by steam distillation of the leaves and flowering branches.
  • Gray Matter - 
    Peppermint and spearmint penetrate and cool while lavender and Roman chamomile soothe and relax in this expertly combined Aura Cacia Gray Matter Batter Essential Oil Blend.  
  • Lavender - 

    Lavender (Lavandula angustifolia) is the most popular essential oil and is widely recognized for its aroma and many uses. It is generally considered one of the safest oils to use for adults and children, and scientific studies over the years have verified its many benefits. Top-selling Aura Cacia Lavender Essential Oil is grown in many regions across the globe and is produced more than any other essential oil sold for aromatherapy purposes.

    Lavender is harvested annually near or just after the summer solstice. The flowers only bloom for about two weeks, so the harvesting and distillation is often done all day and night. Lavender is harvested with a combine and immediately taken to the distillation facility.

  • Lemongrass - 
    Lemongrass (Cymbopogon flexuosus) has an invigorating aroma that pairs well with many other essential oils. It is used in a variety of applications, including skin care and cleaning products.

    Aura Cacia Lemongrass Essential Oil is native to East India.
  • Rosemary - 
    Rosemary (Rosmarinus officinalis) essential oil is known for its strong resinous, herbaceous aroma and usefulness for a wide variety of applications. Rosemary’s name is fitting given its wild growing conditions — the Latin word “ros” means "dew," and “marinus “means "sea." Its silver-green, needle-like leaves are often sprayed by sea mists blowing in from the Mediterranean.

    Aura Cacia Rosemary Essential Oil is typically wild-harvested in the Atlas Mountains of Morocco. The harvest is controlled by the government and each section can be harvested just once every three years. The distillation season coincides with the blooming of the plants in the spring. The rosemary is distilled fresh or even slightly dried. The distillation units are fueled by the spent rosemary from previous distillations which promotes sustainability.
  • Sweet Orange - 
    Sweet orange (Citrus sinensis) essential oil is great for multiple uses throughout the home. From cleaning to air freshening, this uplifting oil is a consistent best seller. It can also be found in body care blends and perfumes.

    Aura Cacia Sweet Orange Essential Oil originates in the juice-processing powerhouse of the Florida citrus region. Like most citrus oils, sweet orange essential oil is cold-pressed from the glands of the peel.
  • Tea Tree -  
    Revered as an aroma that has purification power, tea tree (Melaleuca alternifolia) is one of the prominent essential oils used in cleansing applications. From counter sprays to toilet cleaners, tea tree essential oil is a must-have in the home. In aromatherapy, tea tree essential oil is employed for its physical nature, rather than its æsthetic qualities. However, many appreciate its underlying warm, nutmeg-like aroma.

    Aura Cacia Tea Tree Essential Oil is native to Australia and New Zealand. It has evolved through careful cultivation to maximize its many benefits, resulting in an essential oil that is highly effective and easy to use.

 

1. Inhalation

This one’s simple. Simply open the bottle or place a few drops on a cotton ball and inhale. With each inhalation of an aroma, thousands of olfactory nerves in the nostrils send messages to the brain. 

2. Diffusion

Diffusion is the method of releasing essential oils into the air. Diffusion doesn’t deliver as concentrated an aroma as inhalation, but it does extend the aroma for longer periods of time. Diffusion includes the use of vaporizers, diffusers, candle lamps, air fresheners, room sprays and mists, and more. Many of these applications combine water and one or more essential oils.

3. Topical 

Essential oils are readily absorbed through the skin, where they mingle with the skin’s own components. There are many topical applications for essential oils, including massage oils, face creams, body moisturizers and lotions, foot scrubs, body mists, and more. Because essential oils are so concentrated, however, they must be diluted with skin care oils, water, or other carriers before being applied directly to the skin.

4. Internal

DO NOT use oils internally. Aura Cacia does not recommend cooking with or taking essential oils internally. There is not enough substantiated evidence to warrant this practice and it is a widely misrepresented and misunderstood topic. Essential oils are highly concentrated and toxicity varies with each oil. In addition, aromatherapy products are regulated by the FDA as cosmetics and must conform to cosmetic labeling regulations. Aura Cacia labels all products in compliance with regulations in order to protect users.