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Single Essential Oils

Our organic, non-GMO essential oils are perfect for blending, applying topically neet (undiluted when indicated), diluted with a carrier oil, or aromatically in a diffuser.  We are excited to support small businesses globally with our oil selections.  We are confident you will love these esquisit oils just as much as we do!
  • Basil, Holy, Tulsi
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    Holy Basil, Tulsi, Ocimum sanctum

    DESCRIPTION:

    Holy Basil is distilled from the foliage of basil herb grown in India.  The oil is a clear white liquid displaying a soft, sweet, green, spicy-herbaceous bouquet with a fine balsamic, woody undertone.  This product is available in a 15 mL amber glass Euro bottle.

    All Wellness Warrior essential oils are organic. 

    COMMON USES:

    Basil has a wide variety of uses ranging from Autism to bug bites and stings. Aromatically, basil helps increase clarity and allows for better concentration and focus and is the main ingredient in our propriety blend, Mental Focus.  

    PROPERTIES:

    Analgesic, antiseptic, aperitive (stimulates appetite), carminative (relieves flatulence/gas), emmenagogue (stimulates menstrual flow), digestive, diuretic, expectorant, stomachic, and is stimulating.

    HOW TO USE:

    Aromatic – Add 3-4 drops of oil to distilled water and diffuse; inhale directly by cupping your hands around an open bottle and breathe in deeply through your nose.

    Topical – Directly apply 1-3 drops of oil to the area of concern, the temples, or reflex points (this oil can be applied “neat” with no dilution, or dilute using a carrier oil for people with sensitive skin).

    Internal – Place 1-4 drops in a capsule and drink with a full glass of water, or add a few drops as a flavoring in cooking.  If pregnant, avoid taking holy basil oil internally.

    Oral - Using your finger, apply oil directly to the area of concern in the mouth.

    Children – Safe for children over the age of six with proper dilution. Please refer to our Wellness Warrior Essential Oil Dosing Guide.

    CAUTION:

    For people with sensitive skin, Wellness Warrior suggests diluting essential oils with a vegetable-based carrier oil, such as raw coconut or jojoba oil.  This oil should not be used in children under the age of six and should not be used internally if pregnant.

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  • Bergamot
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    Bergamot

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    Bergamot

    $28.21

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    Bergamot, Citrus Bergamia

    DESCRIPTION:

    Bergamot is a citrus fruit that resembles a lime in color.  The rind of the fruit is pressed for its essential oil.  Many people use bergamot as a perfume, however, it is well known for its uplifting and antidepressant properties making this a perfect oil to diffuse in your home, or drop behind your ears and on your wrists for a pleasant aroma experienced throughout the day.  This product is available in a 15 mL amber glass Euro bottle.

    All Wellness Warrior essential oils are organic.

    COMMON USES:

    Bergamot is commonly used as a perfume and blends well with other oils.  Bergamot is considered a "top note" for blending purposes.  Bergamot essential oil improves blood circulation, decreases depression and sadness, and stimulates hormonal secretions, helping to maintain proper metabolic rates.  Bergamot aids in digestion, prevents infections, reduces pain, relieves spasms, speeds wound healing, is relaxing, used as a deodorant, and helps to reduce fevers.  An uncommon, but effective property of bergamot is it's ability to kill worms, therefore making bergamot an oil to consider if parasites are an issue.  New research shows bergamot may have respiratory and digestive benefits not previously studied.  Some of the research shows bergamot as an effective essential oil eliminating the formation of gallstones and is protective against bronchitis, colic, diphtheria, and halitosis.  This is an excellent oil to consider for international travel.

    PROPERTIES:

    Analgesic, antibiotic, antidepressant, antiseptic, antispasmodic, antianxiety, cicatrizant (promotes tissue healing through scar formation), deodorant, digestive, disinfectant, febrifuge, sedative, tonic, vermifuge (destroys parasites), vulnerary, 

    HOW TO USE:

    Aromatic – Add 3-4 drops of oil to distilled water and diffuse; inhale directly by cupping your hands around an open bottle and breathe in deeply through your nose.

    Topical – Directly apply 1-3 drops of oil to the area of concern, the temples, or reflex points (this oil can be applied “neat” with no dilution, or dilute using a carrier oil for people with sensitive skin).  Please read the caution notes below regarding topical application.

    Internal – Place 1-4 drops in a capsule and drink with a full glass of water, or add a few drops as a flavoring in cooking.  Please read the caution notes below regarding internal use of bergamot.

    Oral - Using your finger, apply oil directly to the area of concern in the mouth.

    Children – Safe for children over the age of six with proper dilution.

    CAUTION:

    Bergamot essential oil contains a constituent called bergaptene.  It is important to note, that some people respond to this constituent with more sensitivity than others, so the general rule is to avoid direct sunlight exposure for up to 12 hours after bergamot is applied to your skin topically.  There is some research showing if taking bergamot internally, direct exposure to the sun within 12 hours could cause phytotoxicity and a "sunburn" like effect on the skin.

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  • Black Pepper
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    Black Pepper

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    Black Pepper

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    Black Pepper (Piper nigrum)

    DESCRIPTION:

    Black pepper has a spicy, warm, and peppery aroma reminiscent of ground peppercorns, however, the aroma is not irritating to the eyes and does not cause you to sneeze upon inhalation.  It has been distilled from the dried, whole, unripe fruit called peppercorns.  The outer covering of the peppercorn is not removed, thus differentiating black pepper from white pepper; the two peppers have very different medicinal uses.  This product is available in a 15 mL amber glass Euro bottle.

     All Wellness Warrior essential oils are organic. 

    COMMON USES:

    Black pepper is a great choice for the digestive and nervous systems.  Black pepper is used to increase alertness and stamina.  It can be added to herbs and other essential oils to increase the intensity of the active properties of the original mixture.  When added to turmeric, for example, the turmeric is 2000% more bio-available in the body.  Use topically for nerve pain and scabies.  Black pepper is also used for upset stomach, bronchitis, cancer, and as a counter-irritant for pain.  Using black pepper aromatically can help with tobacco smoking (cravings and addictions).

    PROPERTIES:

    Analgesic, anticatarrhal, anti-inflammatory, antiseptic, antispasmodic, antitoxic, aphrodisiac, expectorant, laxative, and stimulant.

    HOW TO USE:

    Aromatic – Add 3-4 drops of oil to distilled water and diffuse; inhale directly by cupping your hands around an open bottle and breath in deeply through your nose.

    Topical – Directly apply 1-3 drops of oil to the area of concern or to reflex points (dilute using a carrier oil for people with sensitive skin).

    Internal – Can be used as a flavoring in cooking.  Use 1 drop as this is a strong oil.

    Oral – Using your finger, apply oil directly to the area of concern in the mouth.

    Children – Safe for children with proper dilution.  

    CAUTION:

    For people with sensitive skin, Wellness Warrior suggests diluting essential oils with a vegetable-based carrier oil, such as raw coconut or jojoba oil. 

    Black pepper is safe to take while pregnant and nursing in normal doses, but do not take in large doses as the effect on the fetus is not known (for large doses).

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    • Cedarwood
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      Cedarwood

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      Cedarwood, Cedrus deodara

      DESCRIPTION:

      Cedarwood is an aromatic oil with a woody and strong cedar undertone which is distilled from the Himalayan variety of cedar trees.  This product is available in a 15 mL amber glass Euro bottle.

      All Wellness Warrior essential oils are organic.

      COMMON USES:

      Cedarwood is a very grounding oil and commonly used for the skin.  People who suffer from seborrhoeic eczema may find relief from using cedarwood oil topically.  Cedarwood oil is extremely beneficial to the skin as an inflammatory, reducing redness and irritation. Cedarwood is also a wonderful oil to use on wounds, keeping them from becoming septic and protecting against tetanus.  Cedarwood is a wonderful oil to add to your outdoor first aid kit.  Consider using cedarwood for acne, arthritis, anxiety, as a blood purifier, for bronchitis, cough, cystitis, dandruff, dermatitis, fungal infections, gout, high blood pressure, as an insect repellent, kidney disorders, oily skin, to stimulate menses, toothaches, to increase urination, stress, and for urinary tract infections.

      PROPERTIES:

      Antiseptic, antispasmodic, astringent, diuretic (promotes urination), emmenagogue (stimulates menstruation), expectorant (produces a cough), insecticide, stimulates metabolism, and tonic.

      HOW TO USE:

      Aromatic – Add 3-4 drops of oil to distilled water and diffuse; inhale directly by cupping your hands around an open bottle and breathe in deeply through your nose.

      Topical – Directly apply 1-3 drops of oil to the area of concern or reflex points.

      Internal – Place 1-4 drops in a capsule and drink with a full glass of water.

      Oral - Using your finger or applicator, apply oil directly to the area of concern in the mouth.

      Children – Safe for children with proper dilution.  Please refer to our Wellness Warrior Essential Oil Dosing Guide. 

      CAUTION:

      For people with sensitive skin, Wellness Warrior suggests diluting essential oils with a vegetable-based carrier oil, such as raw coconut or jojoba oil.  

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    • Cinnamon Bark
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      Cinnamon Bark

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      Cinnamon Bark

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      Cinnamon Bark, Cinnamomum verum

      DESCRIPTION:

      Cinnamon bark is a wonderful essential oil whose use dates back centuries.  Used mostly for protection against disease, the bark of cinnamon has many uses.  Used mostly for digestive complaints, upset stomach, diarrhea, gas, and bloating, cinnamon is a powerhouse to have in your home medicine cabinet.  In the field, cinnamon is used to protect against respiratory infections, bacterias, and parasitic worms.  This product is available in a 15 mL amber glass Euro bottle.

      All Wellness Warrior essential oils are organic. 

      COMMON USES:

      Commonly used to treat abdominal issues related to gas, indigestion, and upset stomach.  Cinnamon is also used to assist with respiratory complaints, protect against bacterial infections, and to aid in removing parasitic worms.  Women use the bark of cinnamon to aid in relief from menstrual cramps.  Cinnamon has been studied as an effective herb used with diabetes and is a wonderful immune system booster.  Applied topically or used aromatically, cinnamon is present in our propriety blend, Protect Me.  

      PROPERTIES:

      Analgesic, antibacterial, antiseptic, carminative (relieves flatulence/gas), digestive, hypoglycemic, stomachic, stimulating, warming.

      HOW TO USE:

      Aromatic – Add 3-4 drops of oil to distilled water and diffuse; inhale directly by cupping your hands around an open bottle and breathe in deeply through your nose.

      Topical – Directly apply 1-3 drops of oil to the area of concern.  This is a "hot" oil and should be diluted with a carrier oil prior to use on skin.  For topical application of our signature blend, consider Protect Me, available in a roller bottle.

      Internal – Place 1-4 drops in a capsule and drink with a full glass of water, or add a few drops as a flavoring in cooking.

      Oral - Using your finger, apply oil directly to the area of concern in the mouth.

      Children – Safe for children over the age of six with proper dilution.  Please refer to our Wellness Warrior Essential Oil Dosing Guide.

      CAUTION:

      For people with sensitive skin, Wellness Warrior suggests diluting essential oils with a vegetable-based carrier oil, such as raw coconut or jojoba oil.  As with all oils, we recommend using this oil with caution in children under the age of six and by pregnant women.

      *Use with caution in people with diabetes.

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    • Cinnamon Leaf
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      Cinnamon Leaf

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      Cinnamon Leaf

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      Cinnamon Leaf, Cinnamomum zeylanicum

      DESCRIPTION:

      Cinnamon leaf is well known as an herb and essential oil used for its high eugenol content.  Cinnamon leaf is used for digestive complaints, promotes digestion, is antibacterial, and used aromatically as an aphrodisiac.  This product is available in a 15 mL amber glass Euro bottle.

      All Wellness Warrior essential oils are organic. 

      COMMON USES:

      Commonly used to treat abdominal issues related to gas, indigestion, and upset stomach.  

      PROPERTIES:

      Analgesic, antibacterial, antiseptic, antispasmodic, aphrodisiac, astringent, carminative (relieves flatulence/gas), digestive, hypoglycemic, stomachic, stimulating, warming.

      HOW TO USE:

      Aromatic – Add 3-4 drops of oil to distilled water and diffuse; inhale directly by cupping your hands around an open bottle and breathe in deeply through your nose.

      Topical – Directly apply 1-3 drops of oil to the area of concern.  This is a "hot" oil and should be diluted with a carrier oil prior to use on skin.  For topical application of our signature blend, consider Protect Me, available in a roller bottle.

      Internal – Place 1-4 drops in a capsule and drink with a full glass of water, or add a few drops as a flavoring in cooking, especially Indian and Ayurvedic dishes.

      Oral - Using your finger, apply oil directly to the area of concern in the mouth.

      Children – Safe for children over the age of six with proper dilution.

      CAUTION:

      For people with sensitive skin, Wellness Warrior suggests diluting essential oils with a vegetable-based carrier oil, such as raw coconut or jojoba oil.  As with all oils, we recommend using this oil with caution in children under the age of six and by pregnant women.

      *Use with caution in people with diabetes.

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    • Clary Sage
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      Clary Sage

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      Clary Sage

      $54.18

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      Clary Sage, Salvia sclarea

      DESCRIPTION:

      Clary Sage is steam distilled from the buds and foliage of the clary sage plant grown in the Himalayas.  The oil displays a warm, soothing, herbaceous, fresh notes of green herbs. This product is available in a 15 mL amber glass Euro bottle.

      All Wellness Warrior essential oils are organic.

      COMMON USES:

      Clary sage is the go-to essential oil for female complaints.  It can help reduce the symptoms and negative effects associated with menstruation like cramping, bloating, mood swings, hot flashes, and food cravings by balancing the female hormones.  In addition, clary sage can help with depression, chronic stress and anxiety by increasing your sense of joy, pleasure, self-esteem, and confidence.  It is also known to reduce blood pressure.  Use with a carrier oil as an all natural deodorant!

      PROPERTIES:

      Antidepressant, anticonvulsive, antispasmodic, antiseptic, aphrodisiac, astringent, bactericidal, carminative, deodorant, digestive, emmenagogue, euphoric, hypotensive, sedative, stomachic and uterine substance.

      HOW TO USE:

      Aromatic – Add 3-4 drops of oil to distilled water and diffuse; inhale directly by cupping your hands around an open bottle and breathe in deeply through your nose.

      Topical – Directly apply 1-3 drops of oil to the area of concern, the temples, or reflex points (this oil can be applied “neat” with no dilution, or dilute using a carrier oil for people with sensitive skin).

      Internal – Place 1-4 drops in a capsule and drink with a full glass of water, or add a few drops as a flavoring in cooking.  Children under the age of six should not take clary sage internally.

      Children – Safe for children over the age of six with proper dilution.

      CAUTION:

      For people with sensitive skin, Wellness Warrior suggests diluting essential oils with a vegetable-based carrier oil, such as raw coconut or jojoba oil.  This oil should not be used in children under the age of six and should not be used internally if pregnant.  This oil is known to lower blood pressure; use with caution or consult your health care provider if taking medication that lowers blood pressure.

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    • Clove
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      Clove

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      Clove, Eugenia caryophyllus

      DESCRIPTION:

      Clove essential oil is steam distilled from the flower buds, producing a spicy aroma.  The oil is dark and rich!   This product is available in a 15 mL amber glass Euro bottle.

      All Wellness Warrior essential oils are organic. 

      COMMON USES:

      Clove is commonly used internally for asthma, colds, colic, dental issues including broken teeth and gum infections, diarrhea, flu, gout, indigestion, measles, mouth sores, intestinal parasites, and tuberculosis.  Externally, clove is used topically for aching joints, insect (mosquito) bites, scabies, tuberculosis, ulcers, and wounds. 

      PROPERTIES:

      Antiseptic, aromatic, carminative, insecticide, irritant, stimulant, stomachic.

      HOW TO USE:

      Aromatic – Add 3-4 drops of oil to distilled water and diffuse; inhale directly by cupping your hands around an open bottle and breathe in deeply through your nose.

      Topical – Directly apply 1-3 drops of oil to the area of concern or on reflex points.  Dilution is always recommended for this oil.

      Internal – Place 1-4 drops in capsule and drink with a full glass of water, or add a few drops as a flavoring in cooking.  If pregnant, avoid taking holy basil oil internally.

      Oral - Using an applicator tip to apply oil directly to area of concern in the mouth.

      Children – Safe for children with proper dilution. 

      CAUTION:

      For people with sensitive skin, Wellness Warrior suggests diluting essential oils with a vegetable-based carrier oil, such as raw coconut or jojoba oil.

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    • Eucalyptus Citrodora
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      Eucalyptus citrodora (Corymbia citrodora)

      DESCRIPTION:

      Eucalyptus citrodora is an essential oil often times referred to as lemon-scented gum and is native to Australia.  It is commonly used for conditions ranging from arthritis and poor circulation to colds, fever, and the flu.  This product is available in a 15 mL amber glass Euro bottle.

       All Wellness Warrior essential oils are organic. 

      COMMON USES:

      Arthritis, bronchitis, catarrh, cold sores, colds, coughing, fever, flu, poor circulation, and sinusitis

      PROPERTIES:

      Anticatarrhal, antiseptic, antitoxic, bug repellent, and expectorant.

      HOW TO USE:

      Aromatic – Add 3-4 drops of oil to distilled water and diffuse; inhale directly by cupping your hands around an open bottle and breath in deeply through your nose.

      Topical – Directly apply 1-3 drops of oil to the area of concern or to reflex points (dilute using a carrier oil for people with sensitive skin).

      Children – Safe for children with proper dilution.  

      CAUTION:

      For people with sensitive skin, Wellness Warrior suggests diluting essential oils with a vegetable-based carrier oil, such as raw coconut or jojoba oil.

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      • Eucalyptus globulus
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        Eucalyptus globulus (Eucalyptus globulus)

        DESCRIPTION:

        Eucalyptus globulus is an essential oil native to Tasmanian and called blue gum.  It has a fresh, penetrating, woody, camphoraceous, very herbaceous scent with soft woody undertones.  Commonly used for respiratory complaints, including wheezing and asthma, eucalyptus globulus is an excellent choice for diffusing in your home or applying topically to the chest.  

        This product is available in a 15 mL amber glass Euro bottle.

         All Wellness Warrior products are organic. 

        COMMON USES:

        Acne, arthritis, asthma, bronchitis, burns, bacterial dysentery, cancer, catarrh, colds, Chronic Obstructive Pulmonary Disease (COPD), coughing, diabetes, fever, flu, gallbladder problems, infection, joint pain such as rheumatism, liver problems, loosen coughs, loss of appetite, mental focus, osteoarthritis, poor circulation, poorly healing ulcers, pulmonary tuberculosis, respiratory tract infections such as whooping cough, ringworm, sinusitis (pain and inflammation of the respiratory tract, mucous membranes, and respiratory infections), upset stomach, and arming to the body, and wounds.

        PROPERTIES:

        Cineole is the main constituent of this oil.  It is analgesic, antibacterial, antidiabetic, antifungal, antineuralgic, antirheumatic, antiseptic, antispasmodic, antiviral (strong), decongestant, deodorant, depurative, diuretic, expectorant, febrifuge, and stimulant.

        HOW TO USE:

        Aromatic – Add 3-4 drops of oil to distilled water and diffuse; inhale directly by cupping your hands around an open bottle and breath in deeply through your nose.  Eucalyptus' expectorant properties loosen coughs.  Its antiseptic properties are used to reduce fever and can be vaporized in water to achieve this result.

        Topical (!) – Directly apply 1-3 drops of oil to the area of concern or to reflex points (dilute using a carrier oil).  Eucalyptus oil should not be taken by mouth or applied to the skin in its full strength.  Diluted eucalyptus essential oil can be applied directly to the skin for pain and swelling of respiratory tract mucous membranes (rub on chest), genital herpes, joint pain and nasal stuffiness.  Eucalyptus is used as an insect repellent - some research shows that applying a specific spray containing a combination of eucalyptus and lemon extract to the skin lowers the number of tick bites by about 30% in people living in tick-infested areas

        Internal (!) – Eucalyptol, a chemical that is removed from eucalyptus oil and used as medicine, is POSSIBLY SAFE when taken by mouth for up to 12 weeks, however, it is strongly suggested to consult a qualified healthcare provider educated in the internal use of essential oils prior to using this oil internally.  Eucalyptus oil is LIKELY UNSAFE when it is taken by mouth without first being diluted.  Taking 3.5 mL of undiluted oil can be fatal. Signs of eucalyptus poisoning might include stomach pain and burning, dizziness, muscle weakness, small eye pupils, feelings of suffocation, and some others. Eucalyptus oil can also cause nausea, vomiting, and diarrhea

        Oral (!) – In dentistry, eucalyptus essential oil is included in products used as sealers and solvents for root canal fillings.  Apply with a cotton applicator.

        Children (!)Likely safe for children over the age of 12 with proper dilution.  Do not administer to infants or children under the age of 12 without the professional consultation of a trusted healthcare practitioner.  See notes below for more information on use with children and consider purchasing our Eucalyptus radiata which is the best option for eucalyptus and children.

        CAUTION:

        For people with sensitive skin, Wellness Warrior suggests diluting essential oils with a vegetable-based carrier oil, such as raw coconut or jojoba oil.

        Skin reactions: Eucalyptus oil is POSSIBLY UNSAFE when applied directly to the skin without first being diluted. 

        Pregnancy and breastfeeding: Eucalyptus HERB is LIKELY SAFE for pregnant and breastfeeding women when consumed in food amounts. But don’t use eucalyptus essential oil while pregnant or breastfeeding as there is not enough information known about safety during pregnancy or breastfeeding.

        Children: Eucalyptus essential oil is LIKELY UNSAFE for children. It should not be taken by mouth or applied to the skin. Not much is known about the safety of using eucalyptus leaves in children.  It’s best to avoid using the HERB (leaves) in amounts larger than food amounts.

        Diabetes: Early research suggests eucalyptus leaf might lower blood sugar in diabetic patients and in patients taking medications that already lower their blood sugar, the addition of eucalyptus could cause a drop in sugar that requires emergency care.  Therefore, blood sugar levels should be monitored closely if taking eucalyptus, even topically.  If blood sugar levels fall while using eucalyptus essential oil, please consult with your healthcare provider to properly adjust your medication levels

        Surgery: Since eucalyptus might affect blood sugar levels, there is concern that it might make blood sugar control difficult during and after surgery. Stop using eucalyptus at least 2 weeks before a scheduled surgery

        Interactions:  

        • Cytochrome P450 - these are medications that are changed by the liver.  These medications interact with eucalyptus and may possibly decrease how quickly the liver breaks down some medications.  Taking eucalyptus with these medications can increase the effects and side effects of some medications. Before taking eucalyptus oil, talk to your healthcare provider if you take any medications that are changed by the liver
        • Cytochrome P450 1A2 (CYP1A2) substrates:  Some of these medications include:  amitriptyline (Elavil), haloperidol (Haldol), ondansetron (Zofran), propranolol (Inderal), theophylline (Theo-Dur, others), verapamil (Calan, Isoptin, others), and others
        • Cytochrome P450 2C19 (CYP2C19) substrates:  Some of these medications include:  omeprazole (Prilosec), lansoprazole (Prevacid), and pantoprazole (Protonix); diazepam (Valium); carisoprodol (Soma); nelfinavir (Viracept); and others  
        • Cytochrome P450 2C9 (CYP2C9) substrates:  Some of these medications include:  diclofenac (Cataflam, Voltaren), ibuprofen (Motrin), meloxicam (Mobic), and piroxicam (Feldene); celecoxib (Celebrex); amitriptyline (Elavil); warfarin (Coumadin); glipizide (Glucotrol); losartan (Cozaar); and others 
        • Cytochrome P450 3A4 (CYP3A4) substrates:  Some of these medications include:  lovastatin (Mevacor), ketoconazole (Nizoral), itraconazole (Sporanox), fexofenadine (Allegra), triazolam (Halcion), and many others
        • Medications for diabetes (Antidiabetes drugs) interacts with eucalyptus and might decrease blood sugar.  Some medications used for diabetes include:  glimepiride (Amaryl), glyburide (DiaBeta, Glynase PresTab, Micronase), insulin, pioglitazone (Actos), rosiglitazone (Avandia), chlorpropamide (Diabinese), glipizide (Glucotrol), tolbutamide (Orinase), and others

        Research / Studies:

        Some research shows that taking eucalyptol, a chemical found in eucalyptus oil, and extracts of pine and lime by mouth for at least 2 weeks improves symptoms and reduces flare-ups in people with bronchitis.

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        • Eucalyptus radiata
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          Eucalyptus radiata (Eucalyptus radiata)

          DESCRIPTION:

          Eucalyptus radiata is an essential oil native to Australia.  It has a fresh, crisp, aroma with soft woody undertones and hints of citrus and florals, and is slightly smoother than E. globulus.  Commonly used for respiratory complaints, including wheezing and asthma, eucalyptus radiata is an excellent choice for diffusing in your home or applying topically to the chest.  This product is favored especially for children over E. globulus.  This product is available in a 15 mL amber glass Euro bottle.

          All Wellness Warrior essential oils are organic. 

          COMMON USES:

          Acne, arthritis, asthma, bronchitis, burns, bacterial dysentery, cancer, catarrh, colds, Chronic Obstructive Pulmonary Disease (COPD), coughing, diabetes, fever, flu, gallbladder problems, infection, joint pain such as rheumatism, liver problems, loosen coughs, loss of appetite, mental focus, osteoarthritis, poor circulation, poorly healing ulcers, pulmonary tuberculosis, respiratory tract infections such as whooping cough, ringworm, sinusitis (pain and inflammation of the respiratory tract, mucous membranes, and respiratory infections), upset stomach, and arming to the body, and wounds.

          PROPERTIES:

          Analgesic, antibacterial, antidiabetic, antifungal, antineuralgic, antirheumatic, antiseptic, antispasmodic, antiviral, decongestant, deodorant, depurative, diuretic, expectorant, febrifuge, and stimulant.

          HOW TO USE:

          Aromatic – Add 3-4 drops of oil to distilled water and diffuse; inhale directly by cupping your hands around an open bottle and breath in deeply through your nose.  Eucalyptus' expectorant properties loosen coughs.  Its antiseptic properties are used to reduce fever and can be vaporized in water to achieve this result.

          Topical – Directly apply 1-3 drops of oil to the area of concern or to reflex points (dilute using a carrier oil).  Eucalyptus oil should not be taken by mouth or applied to the skin in its full strength.  Diluted eucalyptus essential oil can be applied directly to the skin for pain and swelling of respiratory tract mucous membranes (rub on chest), genital herpes, joint pain and nasal stuffiness.  Eucalyptus is used as an insect repellent - some research shows that applying a specific spray containing a combination of eucalyptus and lemon extract to the skin lowers the number of tick bites by about 30% in people living in tick-infested areas.

          Internal (!) – Eucalyptus radiata is safer than E. globulus, however, it is still cautioned that the internal use of this oil is only done under the direction of a qualified healthcare provider skilled in the proper internal use of essential oils.  If possible, avoid using all Eucalyptus varieties internally.  A tea of the Eucalyptus leaves is safer than using the oil internally.

          Oral  In dentistry, eucalyptus essential oil is included in products used as sealers and solvents for root canal fillings.  Apply with a cotton applicator.

          Children – Likely safe for children with proper dilution.   

          CAUTION:

          For people with sensitive skin, Wellness Warrior suggests diluting essential oils with a vegetable-based carrier oil, such as raw coconut or jojoba oil.

          Skin reactions: Eucalyptus oil is POSSIBLY UNSAFE when applied directly to the skin without first being diluted. 

          Pregnancy and breastfeeding: Eucalyptus HERB is LIKELY SAFE for pregnant and breastfeeding women when consumed in food amounts. But don’t use eucalyptus essential oil while pregnant or breastfeeding as there is not enough information known about safety during pregnancy or breastfeeding.

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          • Fennel
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            Fennel, Foeniculum vulgare

            DESCRIPTION:

            Fennel is a wonderful essential oil whose use dates back to Ancient Rome.  Used mostly for digestive complaints and to improve respiratory function, fennel is a must-have oil in your home!  Many people describe the aroma and taste to be similar to licorice.  This product is available in a 15 mL amber glass Euro bottle.

            All Wellness Warrior essential oils are organic. 

            COMMON USES:

            Commonly used to treat abdominal issues related to gas, indigestion, and upset stomach.  Fennel is also used to assist with respiratory complaints as it helps to open the airways and relieve chest congestion.  Applied topically, fennel is present in our propriety blend, Tension Relief headache blend.  

            PROPERTIES:

            Analgesic, antiseptic, appetite suppressant, carminative (relieves flatulence/gas),  digestive, expectorant, stomachic, and is stimulating.

            HOW TO USE:

            Aromatic – Add 3-4 drops of oil to distilled water and diffuse; inhale directly by cupping your hands around an open bottle and breathe in deeply through your nose.

            Topical – Directly apply 1-3 drops of oil to the area of concern, in the belly button for digestive complaints, on the temples for headaches, or reflex points (this oil can be applied “neat” with no dilution, or dilute using a carrier oil for people with sensitive skin).  For tension headaches, consider our signature blend, available in a roller bottle.

            Internal – Place 1-4 drops in a capsule and drink with a full glass of water, or add a few drops as a flavoring in cooking.

            Oral - Using your finger, apply oil directly to the area of concern in the mouth.

            Children – Safe for children over the age of six with proper dilution.  Please refer to our Wellness Warrior Essential Oil Dosing Guide.

            CAUTION:

            For people with sensitive skin, Wellness Warrior suggests diluting essential oils with a vegetable-based carrier oil, such as raw coconut or jojoba oil.  As with all oils, we recommend using this oil with caution in children under the age of six and by pregnant women.

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          • Fir Needle (Balsam)
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            Fir Needle (Abies balsamea)

            DESCRIPTION:

            Fir needle is distilled from the needles of the fir tree grown in Siberia, Russia.  It has a clean, fresh, rich, and sweet aroma and is commonly used in the nervous and respiratory systems.  This product is available in a 15 mL amber glass Euro bottle.

            All Wellness Warrior essential oils are organic. 

            COMMON USES:

            Fir needle is commonly used to calm the nervous system, and to clear the respiratory tract of fluid, mucus and pus buildup.  It has pain relieving properties, is helpful to prevent infection and increases metabolism.  Fir has shown detoxifying abilities and is helpful to reduce body odor, which is in part due to the detoxification process.

            PROPERTIES:

            Analgesic, decreases body odor, detoxification, expectorant, increases metabolism and respiratory function, prevents infections. 

            HOW TO USE:

            Aromatic – Add 3-4 drops of oil to distilled water and diffuse; inhale directly by cupping your hands around an open bottle and breath in deeply through your nose.

            Topical – Directly apply 1-3 drops of oil to the area of concern or to reflex points (dilute using a carrier oil for people with sensitive skin).

            Internal – Can be used as a flavoring in cooking.

            Oral – Using your finger, apply oil directly to the area of concern in the mouth.

            Children – Safe for children with proper dilution.  Please refer to our Wellness Warrior Essential Oil Dosing Guide.

            CAUTION:

            For people with sensitive skin, Wellness Warrior suggests diluting essential oils with a vegetable-based carrier oil, such as raw coconut or jojoba oil.

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            • Geranium
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              Geranium, Pelargonium graveolens

              DESCRIPTION:

              Geranium has a strong, exotic, floral and uplifting aroma that will fill a room.  Geranium is commonly used as a spritzer around the home, vehicle, or workspace to provide a cleansing atmosphere.  This product is available in a 15 mL amber glass Euro bottle.

              All Wellness Warrior essential oils are organic. 

              COMMON USES:

              Use as a spray on the face to balance pH.  Can be used around the home to purify and is part of our baby blends for cleansing the nursery.

              PROPERTIES:

              Antimicrobial, relaxing, and stimulating.

              HOW TO USE:

              Aromatic – Add 3-4 drops of oil to distilled water and diffuse; inhale directly by cupping your hands around an open bottle and breathe in deeply through your nose.

              Topical – Directly apply 1-3 drops of oil to the area of concern.

              Internal – Place 1-4 drops in a capsule and drink with a full glass of water.  Geranium is not commonly taken internally.

              Children – Safe for children over the age of six with proper dilution.  

              CAUTION:

              For people with sensitive skin, Wellness Warrior suggests diluting essential oils with a vegetable-based carrier oil, such as raw coconut or jojoba oil.  As with all oils, we recommend using this oil with caution in children under the age of six and by pregnant women.

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            • Ginger
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              Ginger, Zingiber officinale

              DESCRIPTION:

              Ginger is a wonderful essential used mostly for digestive complaints, to ease motion sickness, and to improve flavoring in recipes.  This product is available in a 15 mL amber glass Euro bottle.

              All Wellness Warrior essential oils are organic. 

              COMMON USES:

              Commonly used to treat abdominal issues related to gas, indigestion, upset stomach, and nausea associated with motion sickness and vertigo.  Ginger has been used safely in pregnancy and is recommended to ease nausea and vomiting (please see caution notes below).  One study showed more than 60% of women found relief from painful menstrual periods while using ginger.

              There is strong evidence showing ginger to be effective for:

              • Alzheimer's
              • Blood clotting (to prevent clotting)
              • Blood sugar control
              • Headache
              • High cholesterol
              • Osteoarthritis pain
              • Rheumatoid arthritis pain
              • Swelling

              Used aromatically, or applied topically, ginger is present in our propriety blend, Tension Release.  

              PROPERTIES:

              Analgesic, anti-nausea, antiseptic, appetite suppressant, carminative (relieves flatulence/gas),  digestive, stomachic, and is stimulating.

              HOW TO USE:

              Aromatic – Add 3-4 drops of oil to distilled water and diffuse; inhale directly by cupping your hands around an open bottle and breathe in deeply through your nose.

              Topical – Directly apply 1-3 drops of oil to the area of concern, in the belly button for digestive complaints.  To relieve nausea, vertigo, or motion sickness, use on the wrists, behind the ears, or on reflex points (this oil can be applied “neat” with no dilution, or dilute using a carrier oil for people with sensitive skin).  For nausea and motion sickness, consider our signature blend QueezEase, available in a 15 mL standard euro bottle.

              Internal – Place 1-4 drops in a capsule and drink with a full glass of water, or add a few drops as a flavoring in cooking.

              Oral - Using your finger, apply oil directly to the area of concern in the mouth.

              Children – Safe for children with proper dilution.

              CAUTION:

              For people with sensitive skin, Wellness Warrior suggests diluting essential oils with a vegetable-based carrier oil, such as raw coconut or jojoba oil.  As with all oils, we recommend using this oil with caution in children under the age of six and by pregnant women.  General doses should be less than 5 g/day.

              Ginger essential oil has been used safely in pregnancy and is recommended to ease nausea and vomiting, however, it is critical to use this oil with caution.  Do not use the herb in doses greater than 1500 mg, as there's reason to believe that large doses of ginger may contribute to miscarriage.  To err on the safe side, using ginger as you would normally to enhance meals and a few drops of the essential oil to decrease nausea should present no problem at all.  Please seek the advice of a trusted healthcare provider educated in the use of ginger during pregnancy if you have further concerns.

              Ginger is an anticoagulant (stops blood from clotting).  Caution should be used in people who take blood-thinning medications. 

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              Grapefruit

              Botanical Name:  Citrus paradisi

              Traditional Uses:  acne, anti-carcinogenic, antidepressive, anti-inflammatory, antioxidant, disinfectant, diuretic, hangovers, hypotensive, lymphatic, stimulant, sugar cravings, tonic, weight loss (curves appetite)

              Part Used:  compression of the peel

              Active Constituents:  Alpha pinene, citronellal, decyl acetate, geraniol, limonene, linalool, myrcene, neryl acetate, sabinene, and terpinenol

              Aroma: citrus, fresh, invigorating

              Blends well with: bergamot, frankincense, geranium, lavender and palma rosa essential oils

              Safe for aromatic, internal, oral, and topical use

              **As with all essential oils, when using topically, apply to a small area on the body to test for sensitivity.  Dilute with a carrier oil when needed.  Some people may experience photosensitivity with this product.

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              • Jasmine, Night Blooming
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                Night Blooming Jasmine, Cestrum Nocturnum, a member of the Olive (Oleaceae) family

                Part used:  distilled from the flowers of the plant

                Active Properties:  salicylic acid, linalool, and other alkaloids which give night blooming Jasmine its bitter, cooling, and astringent actions.

                Aroma and appearance:  night blooming Jasmine is a simple and vertical flowering shrub, however is referred to as a vine due to it's vine-like growth.  The plant has small, narrow-like flowers, resembling a trumpet, which opens to the flower's reproductive parts.  The flower opens at night, giving the plant it's name and it's beautiful aroma, which is not detectable during the day.  It is interesting to note that the plant name nocturnum infers the plant is nocturnal, but it should be noted that this plant is not a true jasmine and it's not part of the Jasminum family; rather it is actually classified as part of the Oleaceae (Olive) family.  When in full bloom, the plant produces a beautiful white berry.  Birds will commonly eat the seeds then expel them in different areas, spreading the seeds to areas where the plant may be regarded as a weed. 

                Historical uses:  abdominal pain due to severe diarrhea (dysentery), analgesic, antiseptic, antidepressant, antispasmodic, aphrodisiac, cancer, hepatic (for liver disease like hepatitis and liver pain due to cirrhosis), and sedative.  In Ayurveda, jasmine is used as an aphrodisiac, to treat conjunctivitis, reduce fever and increase immunity.  In traditional Chinese Medicine, jasmine flowers are brewed and consumed as an herbal tea.  Jasmine infusions are used to reduce fevers and for urinary inflammation, relieve stress and anxiety and remedy infections.  In aromatherapy, jasmine is useful in treating depression, in particular postpartum depression.

                First Aid:  Jasmine is extremely helpful for people suffering from heat stroke or sunstroke.  It is used as a tincture to treat cuts and scrapes.  A compress using jasmine flowers can be useful for headaches and strokes.  The juice of Jasmine is useful for treating corns and other skin conditions such as sub burns and rashes; for these, lotions work best.  Jasmine can be massaged on the body to relieve aches and pains.

                Country of origin:  India

                Organic:  YES, wild crafted

                Side effects:  Jasmine is LIKELY SAFE for most people in food amounts.  Jasmine may cause allergic reactions.  Because limited information is available for use during pregnancy and nursing, it is best to use jasmine in normal food amounts

                Interactions
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                  Juniper berry, Juniperus communis

                  DESCRIPTION:

                  Juniper is a well-recognized aroma especially distinguishable during the winter holidays.  The berry is steam distilled and produces an earthy, strong aroma that is wonderful to diffuse in the home.  Because of it's strong, earthy properties, juniper is incredibly good at grounding the individual.  If you're dealing with stress and just need a time-out, place a drop of juniper in your hands, rub them together and cup over your nose and mouth and inhale to bring about a few moments of peace and calming of the soul.  This product is available in a 15 mL amber glass Euro bottle.

                  All Wellness Warrior essential oils are organic. 

                  COMMON USES:

                  Juniper is a versatile oil, commonly used for skin conditions and to help the skin maintain a youthful appearance in both tone and elasticity.  Internally, juniper is used for multiple urinary conditions from frequent infections to lose control of the bladder.  Historically the berries have been boiled into a decoction and drank as a tea, or a few chewed throughout the day to improve kidney and urinary conditions.

                  PROPERTIES:

                  Nourishing to the skin, reducing the appearance of fine lines and wrinkles.  Tonifying to the skin.  Tonic to the kidneys and urinary tract.

                  HOW TO USE:

                  Aromatic – Add 3-4 drops of oil to distilled water and diffuse; inhale directly by cupping your hands around an open bottle and breathe in deeply through your nose.

                  Topical – Directly apply 1-3 drops of oil to the area of concern or reflex points (this oil can be applied “neat” with no dilution, or dilute using a carrier oil for people with sensitive skin).

                  Internal – Place 1-4 drops in a capsule and drink with a full glass of water, or add a few drops as a flavoring in cooking.

                  Children – Please refer to our Wellness Warrior Essential Oil Dosing Guide.

                  CAUTION:

                  For people with sensitive skin, Wellness Warrior suggests diluting essential oils with a vegetable-based carrier oil, such as raw coconut or jojoba oil.  As with all oils, we recommend using this oil with caution in children under the age of six and by pregnant women.

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                  Lavender Reserve (Lavender angustifolia)

                  DESCRIPTION:

                  Lavender Reserve is steam distilled from the flowers from Simiane, high in the French Alps. This essential oil is wild crafted and comes from a farm where our importer has a direct relationship with the farmers, who use biodynamic growing methods and heirloom lavender seeds. The lavender's aroma is light, sweet, and floral, and has superior medicinal qualities.  All Wellness Warrior essential oils are organic and this oil comes with additional eco-certifications!  This product is available in a standard euro bottle or a roller bottle diluted in organic sweet almond oil for therapeutic use for infants, children, and adults (undiluted) for an easy, topical application. 

                  COMMON USES:

                  Topical use of Lavender Reserve oil will assist with skin conditions such as burns and injuries.  Aromatically, lavender is used to reduce agitation, anger, frustrations, and feelings of insecurities.  Although this oil is perfect for infants and can be used undiluted, Wellness Warrior always recommends properly diluting essential oils, especially for children under 80 lbs.  

                  PROPERTIES:

                  Analgesic, anticoagulant, antidepressant, antifungal, antihistamine, anti-inflammatory, antimicrobial, and antitoxic.

                  HOW TO USE:

                  Aromatic – Add 3-4 drops of oil to distilled water and diffuse; inhale directly by cupping your hands around an open bottle and breathe in deeply through your nose.

                  Topical – Directly apply 1-3 drops of oil to the area of concern or to reflex points (this oil can be applied “neat” with no dilution, or dilute using a carrier oil for people with sensitive skin).

                  Internal – Place 1-2 drops of oil under the tongue; add 1-2 drops of oil to 8 oz of water and drink, or add a few drops as a flavoring in cooking.

                  Children – Safe for children with proper dilution.  Consider purchasing our proprietary blend of Lavender Reserve with Jojoba Oil in roller bottles for children.  Please refer to our Wellness Warrior Essential Oil Dosing Guide.

                  CAUTION:

                  For adults, lavender is one of the few essential oils that have not been reported to cause skin issues.  Please note however that Wellness Warrior always recommends proper dilution before use.  Wellness Warrior suggests diluting essential oils with a vegetable-based carrier oil, such as raw coconut or jojoba oil.  The roller bottle is not intended for internal use. 

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                • Lavender Reserve for Baby
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                  Lavender Reserve Essential Oil

                  DESCRIPTION:

                  Lavender Reserve comes from the mountains of the high Alps specialty essential oil blend is specially designed for infants to assist with calming and relaxation.  Simply roll the essential oil onto the bottoms of the baby's feet before bed.  This product has been properly diluted for infants weighing less than 20 lbs, however, if sensitivity occurs, consider further dilution.

                  This blend contains only Love & the organic essential oil of Lavandula angustifolia (lavender) reserve in a Perilla frutescens (perilla oil) or jojoba oil base.

                  COMMON USES:

                  This blend is commonly used to support rest and relaxation.

                  HOW TO USE:

                  Aromatic - Allow the baby to breathe the blend directly from the roller bottle.

                  Topical - Directly apply roller bottle to the bottom of the baby's feet, as needed.

                  Children - This oil blend has already been properly diluted for use on infants weighing up to 20 lbs.

                  CAUTION:

                  If skin gets irritated, consider further dilution with one of our carrier oils.  In this case, simply rub the oil from the roller bottle onto your finger and add a drop of a carrier oil, then apply to the bottoms of the baby's feet.

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                • Lavender, Himalayan (Kashmir)
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                  Himalayan Lavender (Lavender angustifolia var. Kashmir)

                  DESCRIPTION:

                  Himalayan Lavender, also known as "Kashmir", is distilled from lavender plants that grow in the high mountains of the Himalayas.  Himalayan lavender has a sweet, floral, herbaceous aroma.  This product is available in a 15 mL amber glass euro bottle.

                  All Wellness Warrior essential oils are organic.

                  COMMON USES:

                  It is used during meditation, affecting the heart and crown chakras, supporting clarity, intuition, tranquility, and peacefulness.  The medicinal properties move phlegm out of the body, which shifts sluggishness, complacency, and melancholy. This is a perfect oil for boosting energy, relaxing and easing stress.  On the body, Himalayan lavender is used to cleanse wounds and decrease irritated skin conditions.  In animal health, lavender is an excellent oil to use aromatically to calm high-stress levels, especially during thunderstorms or when animals are more alert to sudden changes or experience depression, as in from the loss of another animal or their human best friend.  

                  PROPERTIES:

                  Analgesic, anticoagulant, antidepressant, antifungal, antihistamine, anti-inflammatory, antimicrobial, and antitoxic.

                  HOW TO USE:

                  Aromatic – Add 3-4 drops of oil to distilled water and diffuse; inhale directly by cupping your hands around an open bottle and breathe in deeply through your nose.

                  Topical – Directly apply 1-3 drops of oil to the area of concern or to reflex points (this oil can be applied “neat” with no dilution, or dilute using a carrier oil for people with sensitive skin).

                  Internal – Place 1-2 drops of oil under the tongue; add 1-2 drops of oil to 8oz of water and drink, or add a few drops as a flavoring in cooking.

                  Oral - Apply orally to areas of concern with a finger.

                  Children – Safe for children with proper dilution.

                  CAUTION:

                  For adults, lavender is one of the few essential oils that have not been reported to cause skin issues.  Please note however that Wellness Warrior always recommends proper dilution before use.  Wellness Warrior suggests diluting essential oils with a vegetable-based carrier oil, such as raw coconut or jojoba oil. Do not put lavender oil directly on your pet - please consult with a veterinarian before using essential oils with your pet.

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                • Lavender, Himalayan (Kashmir) Roller Bottle
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                  Himalayan Lavender (Lavender angustifolia var. Kashmir)

                  DESCRIPTION:

                  Himalayan Lavender, also known as "Kashmir", is distilled from lavender plants that grow in the high mountains of the Himalayas.  Himalayan lavender has a sweet, floral, herbaceous aroma.  This product is available in a 10 mL glass roller bottle.

                  All Wellness Warrior essential oils are organic.

                  COMMON USES:

                  It is used during meditation, affecting the heart and crown chakras, supporting clarity, intuition, tranquility, and peacefulness.  The medicinal properties move phlegm out of the body, which shifts sluggishness, complacency, and melancholy. This is a perfect oil for boosting energy, relaxing and easing stress.  On the body, Himalayan lavender is used to cleanse wounds and decrease irritated skin conditions.  In animal health, lavender is an excellent oil to use aromatically to calm high-stress levels, especially during thunderstorms or when animals are more alert to sudden changes or experience depression, as in from the loss of another animal or their human best friend.  

                  PROPERTIES:

                  Analgesic, anticoagulant, antidepressant, antifungal, antihistamine, anti-inflammatory, antimicrobial, and antitoxic.

                  HOW TO USE:

                  Aromatic – Add 3-4 drops of oil to distilled water and diffuse; inhale directly by cupping your hands around an open bottle and breathe in deeply through your nose.

                  Topical – Directly apply 1-3 drops of oil to the area of concern or to reflex points (this oil can be applied “neat” with no dilution, or dilute using a carrier oil for people with sensitive skin).

                  Internal – Place 1-2 drops of oil under the tongue; add 1-2 drops of oil to 8oz of water and drink, or add a few drops as a flavoring in cooking.

                  Oral - Apply orally to areas of concern with a finger.

                  Children – Safe for children with proper dilution.

                  CAUTION:

                  For adults, lavender is one of the few essential oils that have not been reported to cause skin issues.  Please note however that Wellness Warrior always recommends proper dilution before use.  Wellness Warrior suggests diluting essential oils with a vegetable-based carrier oil, such as raw coconut or jojoba oil. Do not put lavender oil directly on your pet - please consult with a veterinarian before using essential oils with your pet.

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                • Lavender, Organic & non GMO
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                  Himalayan Lavender (Lavender angustifolia var. Kashmir)

                  DESCRIPTION:

                  Himalayan Lavender, also known as "Kashmir", is distilled from lavender plants that grow in the high mountains of the Himalayas. Himalayan lavender has a sweet, floral, herbaceous aroma. This product is available in a 15 mL amber glass euro bottle.

                  All Wellness Warrior essential oils are organic.

                  COMMON USES:

                  It is used during meditation, affecting the heart and crown chakras, supporting clarity, intuition, tranquility, and peacefulness. The medicinal properties move phlegm out of the body, which shifts sluggishness, complacency, and melancholy. This is a perfect oil for boosting energy, relaxing and easing stress. On the body, Himalayan lavender is used to cleanse wounds and decrease irritated skin conditions. In animal health, lavender is an excellent oil to use aromatically to calm high-stress levels, especially during thunderstorms or when animals are more alert to sudden changes or experience depression, as in from the loss of another animal or their human best friend.

                  PROPERTIES:

                  Analgesic, anticoagulant, antidepressant, antifungal, antihistamine, anti-inflammatory, antimicrobial, and antitoxic.

                  HOW TO USE:

                  Aromatic – Add 3-4 drops of oil to distilled water and diffuse; inhale directly by cupping your hands around an open bottle and breathe in deeply through your nose.

                  Topical – Directly apply 1-3 drops of oil to the area of concern or to reflex points (this oil can be applied “neat” with no dilution, or dilute using a carrier oil for people with sensitive skin).

                  Internal – Place 1-2 drops of oil under the tongue; add 1-2 drops of oil to 8oz of water and drink, or add a few drops as a flavoring in cooking.

                  Oral - Apply orally to areas of concern with a finger.

                  Children – Safe for children with proper dilution.

                  CAUTION:

                  For adults, lavender is one of the few essential oils that have not been reported to cause skin issues. Please note however that Wellness Warrior always recommends proper dilution before use. Wellness Warrior suggests diluting essential oils with a vegetable-based carrier oil, such as raw coconut or jojoba oil. Do not put lavender oil directly on your pet - please consult with a veterinarian before using essential oils with your pet.

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                • Lemon
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                  Lemon

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                  Lemon (Citrus limonum)

                  DESCRIPTION:

                  Lemon has a recognizably sweet, sharp, citrus scent and the oil has been cold-pressed from the rind.  We go to great lengths to find the best lemon essential oil.  We're excited to offer this new lemon oil in 2018.  You'll notice a sharper, more citrusy taste and aroma - try adding this oil to your favorite drink and serve over ice to guests on a warm sunny day!  This product is available in a 15 mL amber glass euro bottle.

                  All Wellness Warrior essential oils are certified organic.  

                  COMMON USES:

                  Lemon is a great choice for the digestive system, immune, and respiratory systems.  Lemon is one of the most widely used essential oils.  From its strong disinfectant properties to purification, lemon is used to clean homes, purify the air, and also clean and flavor water.  Uses range from asthma, hair conditions, insomnia, obesity, and skin disorders.  In our orphanage in Uganda, lemon is the premier essential oil we use to support the body during attacks of malaria.

                  PROPERTIES:

                  Anticarcinogenic, antidepressant, antiseptic, antifungal, antioxidant, antiviral, astringent, calming, carminative, detoxifying, and disinfectant.

                  HOW TO USE:

                  Aromatic – Add 3-4 drops of oil to distilled water and diffuse; inhale directly by cupping your hands around an open bottle and breathe in deeply through your nose.

                  Topical – Directly apply 1-3 drops of oil to the area of concern or to reflex points (dilute using a carrier oil for people with sensitive skin).  This oil may cause photosensitivity; avoid direct sunlight or UV exposure for up to 12 hours after applying to skin.

                  Internal – Place 1-2 drops of oil under the tongue; add 1-2 drops of oil to 8oz of water and drink; use as a flavoring in cooking.

                  Oral - Apply to inside of mouth as needed with a finger.

                  Children – Safe for children with proper dilution.  Please refer to our Wellness Warrior Essential Oil Dosing Guide.

                  CAUTION:

                  Skin sensitivity to sunlight for 12 hours after application is possible.  As with all essential oils, it is important to test a small area for skin sensitivity before applying without a carrier oil.  Wellness Warrior suggests diluting essential oils with a vegetable-based carrier oil, such as raw coconut or jojoba oil. 

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                • Lemongrass Essential Oil
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                  Lemongrass, Cymbopogon citratus

                  DESCRIPTION:

                  Lemongrass is a wonderful herb that has many amazing uses for making foods taste better by adding a touch of sweetness to warding off pesky insects.  The herb is used to add flavor to Thai dishes and as a medicine, it is a mild astringent which is useful when dealing with stomach issues, such as stomachache and digestive tract spasms.  It is a handy herb to have around the kitchen as well as a medicinal tincture and essential oil.  

                  This product is available as an essential oil, medicinal tincture, and dry herb. 

                  As an essential oil, this product is available in a 15 mL amber glass Euro bottle.  The medicinal tincture is bottled in a 2 oz glass Boston round dropper bottle.

                  All Wellness Warrior products are organic. 

                  COMMON USES:

                  Commonly used to address spasms of the digestive tract, including abdominal pain and stomachache, achy joints (rheumatism), cough, convulsions, common cold, exhaustion, fever, headache, high blood pressure, muscle pain, and vomiting.  Need to get rid of germs? Lemongrass is excellent for that as well as it's commonly used in household cleaning, as a disinfectant, and to deep clean carpets.

                  When camping in cold climates, lemongrass can be applied topically to the bottoms of the feet to increase circulation in the morning and warm the feet.  Speaking of outdoors, did you know lemongrass is the main ingredient in our propriety blend, Bug Off! because it is such a wonderful insect repellent.

                  Lemongrass also prevents the growth of some bacteria and yeast, can stimulate the uterus and menstrual flow, which makes this a wonderful herb and essential oil to use to assist with menstrual regulation and overall women's health.

                  PROPERTIES:

                  Analgesic, anticonvulsant, antiseptic, digestive, insect repellent, rheumatic, stomachic.

                  HOW TO USE:

                  Aromatic – Add 3-4 drops of essential oil to distilled water and diffuse for pain and headaches; inhale directly by cupping your hands around an open bottle and breathe in deeply through your nose.

                  Topical – Directly apply 1-3 drops of essential oil to the area of concern, on the temples for headaches, or reflex points (this oil can cause skin irritation and should always be diluted when applying topically).  

                  Internal – Place 1 drop of the essential oil in food after cooking as a flavoring agent, or use 2 Tbsp of the dry herb.  Lemongrass tea can be made by adding 1 drop of the essential oil or 2 tsp of dry her to a hot glass of water and steeping, covered, for 5 minutes.

                  Children – Safe for children over the age of six with proper dilution.  Please refer to our Wellness Warrior Essential Oil Dosing Guide.

                  CAUTION:

                  For people with sensitive skin, Wellness Warrior suggests diluting essential oils with a vegetable-based carrier oil, such as raw coconut or jojoba oil.  As with all oils, we recommend using essential oils with caution in children under the age of six and by pregnant women.

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                    Lime, Citrus aurantifolia (sweet lime).

                    DESCRIPTION:

                    Lime essential oil is pressed from the rind of the lime.  It is sweet are uplifting and sure to provide a welcoming aroma in your home.  This product is available in a 15 mL amber glass Euro bottle.

                    All Wellness Warrior essential oils are organic, ethically sourced and produced, and use methods that promote biodiversity and ecological balance without the use of pesticides or genetic engineering.

                    COMMON USES:

                    This type of sweet lime is used especially in cooking.  Lime is used primarily as an antiseptic and can prevent tetanus if treated immediately on the skin or in a wound.  Lime essential oil is effective against throat and mouth infections and helps the stomach and intestines, urinary system, and is wonderful when applied topically to a variety of skin issues like rashes, carbuncles, and itchy skin.  Consider lime oil to increase appetite, for bronchitis, cold, cough, diarrhea, flu, gangrene, measles, mumps, psoriasis, rashes, respiratory complaints (bronchitis), sores, and toothaches.  Consider lime for the prevention of viruses like chicken pox, measles, and mumps.

                    PROPERTIES:

                    Antibacterial, antiseptic, antiviral (especially against respiratory viruses), aromatic, carminative, disinfectant, febrifuge, hemostatic (promotes blood coagulation/clotting), insecticide, irritant, stimulant, stomachic.

                    HOW TO USE:

                    Aromatic – Add 3-4 drops of oil to distilled water and diffuse; inhale directly by cupping your hands around an open bottle and breathe in deeply through your nose.

                    Topical – Directly apply 1-3 drops of oil to the area of concern or on reflex points.  Dilute if sensitivity occurs.

                    Internal – Place 1-4 drops in a capsule and drink with a full glass of water, or add a few drops as a flavoring in cooking.

                    Oral - Using an applicator tip to apply oil directly to the area of concern in the mouth.

                    Children – Safe for children with proper dilution.  Please refer to our Wellness Warrior Essential Oil Dosing Guide.

                    CAUTION:

                    For people with sensitive skin, Wellness Warrior suggests diluting essential oils with a vegetable-based carrier oil, such as raw coconut or jojoba oil.

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