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Essential Oils

All oils here are the finest quality available in the aromatherapy world. Some of the oils can be taken internally or used in salad dressings or other culinary preparations. A few oils should not be taken internally, even in small amounts. The red line on our label is warning not to ingest the oil.

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Gingergrass Essential Oil, 5 ml.

Cymbopogon martinii is the source of two different essential oils: palmarosa and gingergrass. The gingergrass oil is used to clear sinus passages and improve blood flow. If used topically, such as a compress to the head or chest, it should be diluted. It can also be added to bath water, about 8 drops per tub of water. If used in a nebulizing diffuser, adhere to the safe operating guidelines by turning the diffuser off after 3-5 minutes. Since this spicy oil is new to our line, those who are wondering how it smells might compare it to lemongrass. It mixes well with frankincense and can be used to stimulate circulation to the head.

Contains: hydro distilled aerial parts of non-sprayed Cymbopogon martini var. sofia.

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Sacred Medicine Sanctuary
Poulsbo, Washington

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