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Patchouli Essential (Dark) Oil is a famous and popular scent. It is an exotic, bright scent that is warm and spicy while also being dark and mysterious. Used as incense or in a diffuser it enhances mood, combats stress and treats anxiety and depression. It has been known to stimulate the sex drive.
Essential oils are for external use only
Patchouli (Dark) Essential Oil was first used in Asia throughout history for its proven healing qualities. More recently people in the west have become aware of those healing properties and the popularity of patchouli has spread worldwide. It boosts the immune system to help with overall health. It is particularly good for the skin. It can be used to heal acne, sores and dandruff. It has natural anti-inflammatory and anti-itch properties that help with a variety of skin irritations such as eczema. It has antioxidants and anti-aging properties that improve the appearance of skin. It minimizes scares and acne. It strengthens and improves the appearance of hair. It has anti-bacterial and anti-fungal properties and helps prevent infections. It even makes a good natural deodorant. Botanical Name: Pogostemon Cablin
From Indonesia. Pogostemon Cablin O-P511-E
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From Indonesia. Pogostemon Cablin O-P514-E
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Unrefined Shea butter does not spoil, but some of its health benefits decrease after 18 months.
Unrefined Shea butter does not spoil, but it does lose some of its healing properties after 18 months.
Lavender Essential Oil is a classic aromatherapy for a reason. Lavender has long been the go to scent for soaps, lotions and sprays. It has a legendary calming, soothing scent that is also deeply aromatic and pleasant with just a bit of floral spice. It is perhaps the best scent to use before bed to help with sleep and better sleep improves your focus. It calms nerves, relieves tension, soothes headaches and it is a natural mood enhancer that helps with depression.