What are the benefits of essential oils?
These oils are the purest we offer, having been derived from the plant or resin from for which it is named and added to as little carrier oil as possible so as to provide you with the best product we are able. Without question, the energy and fragrance these oils is absolutely wonderful when they are used to anoint candles, talismans, seals, and other such magical tools or heated in your oil diffuser.
In the list below is many popular essential oils and their benefits:
Sweet Almond Prunus Dulcis.
This is a very high-grade cold pressed pure essential oil for aroma-therapeutic use. Excellent product to use in combination with massage and bodywork. Also used as a base oil for blending other essential oils.
Basil Essential Oil Ocimum basilicum
Valued for its restorative and calming properties, basil is commonly used for soothing sore muscles and joints, to ease breathing, and as a cooling agent for the skin*.
With the herb as its source, it allows you to call upon the essence of the Basil, bestowing your ritual with some of the properties and power found therein, or simply adding the herbal aroma to the atmosphere of your home. The properties of basil make this essential oil a potent aid in a great many spells and rituals involving all matters of prosperity and wealth.
Use it to help draw peace, harmony, and love in abundance, or use it as an aid in rituals of protection.
Most commonly though, our Basil Essential oil is used in spells that seek out financial success and monetary gain, helping to bring wealth into your life.
Bergamot Essential Oil Citrus bergamia
A highly favored oil for its lovely fragrance, Bergamot is unique among citrus oils for its calming properties.
Bergamot Oil is most commonly used by itself, or in spell and ritual, as an agent to aid in lifting one’s spirit and chasing away depression. So too is it commonly used in rituals intended to attract money and wealth.
More traditionally, Bergamot oil can be used in rituals, to compel and command, giving one power over another.
Whatever your use, Bergamot oil is certainly a potent aid to your spell.
Cedarwood essential oil
A potent aid to spells and rituals involving purification, healing, and the removal of hexes. Indeed, as an essential oil it is derived directly from cedar, using the natural oils and essences of the wood to produce the highest quality of oils that is imbued with all of Cedarwood natural properties.
Use it in ritual to purify the home, yourself, or another and spells where you are seeking to cleanse yourself, your home, or another of negative energies and spirits. With this ability to purify, it also makes an excellent aid in spells of healing, helping to keep that which is being healed from becoming “infected” with negative energy.
Cinnamon Essential Oil Cinnamomum zeylanicum
Cinnamon is most well-known for its extensive use as a spice in flavoring food. However, its popularity as an essential oil stems from its many therapeutic uses, including cinnamon’s cleansing properties and its usefulness with aches and pains*.
This makes it a powerful aid in spells and rituals where you are seeking to help find personal gain, or gain for another. Commonly used for the purposes of purification, stimulation, you can use it in your spells and rituals to purify and bless your tools and candles, or in enhancing a spell or ritual intended to stimulate growth in your life as you wish.
Traditionally, the growth sought after is financial, making our Cinnamon oil a perfect aid in spells and rituals intended to draw money and financial success into your life.
Citronella Essential Oil
One of the highest quality and most potent oils you can use in your home. Perhaps most commonly known for its great ability to help repel insects or in producing perfumes and fragrances, Citronella is also of great use upon the altar. There, it can be of great use within your rituals as an anointing oil that can aid in empowering spells of cleansing and consecration or in protective spells of warding. This is perhaps due to citronella’s natural ability to keep away pests and annoyances. It can also be used for this purpose standing alone, used to sprinkle about the home in blessing as a powerful magick in its own right.
Cypress Essential Oil Cupressus sempervirens
Distilled from the twigs and foliage of the cypress tree, cypress essential oil is popularly used to ease breathing as well as a throat gargle. It can be used to ease tight, tense muscles, and used topically to support localized blood flow*. A blend of cypress and grapefruit is used in spa therapies for beautifying legs and hips.
This makes it a fantastic aid to spells and rituals. With a clean, fresh fragrance, it is wonderful to use in spells and rituals seeking comfort and calm, helping to sooth away anger or panic and other such emotions that one might experience in turbulent times, helping to improve the flow of your life.
In this way, it is sometimes used in spells and rituals of healing and protection as well, used to help heal your, or another’s, emotional aspects or to help keep yourself from giving in to these negative emotions.
Eucalyptus Essential Oil Eucalyptus radiate
Because of the many influential compounds found in eucalyptus, it is a key ingredient in cough and throat medicines and chest ointments. Eucalyptus is used widely both for its calming and clearing properties as well as to ease breathing*.
Eucalyptus has been grown around the world for many years, and it’s not just for koalas. It is known for its many healing benefits, including skin ailments, asthma and pain.
Use it in your spells and rituals to cleanse, washing away the negative energies that afflict an object, place or person, as well as in your spells and rituals to heal. In this it will help to draw to yourself or someone else healing energies and aid in making such magic more potent. Indeed, this essential oil’s distinctive fragrance is sometimes enough to aid drawing one’s mind into a place of health and healing by itself.
Recommendations: Analgesic, antiseptic, anti-viral, decongestant, anti-inflammatory Skin infections, headaches, muscle pain, asthma, colds and flu, cough, insect repellant, air freshener
Fennel (Sweet) Essential Oil Foeniculum vulgare
Used for centuries for its many health benefits, Fennel essential oil has pronounced antioxidant properties and is considered a tonic. It is often used to relieve indigestion (supporting the healthy functions of the stomach), to aid in any kind of digestive issue and to support improvements to the lymphatic system. Fennel’s sweet yet spicy aroma is balancing and has familiar licorice notes.
Frankincense Essential Oil Boswellia frereana
It is believed that frankincense was as valuable to ancient Arabia as oil is today. Frankincense has been used for religious ceremonies and as a healing oil. It is used to naturally treat many illnesses from rheumatism to Crohn’s disease to anxiety.
Recommendations: Anti-septic, anti-inflammatory, anti-bacterial, anti-depressant, analgesic, astringent, sedative, expectorant, calming Dry skin, wrinkles depression, stress, anxiety, irritability, chest tightness, colds, asthma, painful periods
Whether used in a diffuser or to anoint your ritual tools, it is a potent aid in improving and empowering astral and spiritual strength for whatever endeavor you intend to undertake. More commonly, it is also used in ritual to enhance the potency of spells of protection.
Use our Frankincense Oil to also represent the astrological sign of Virgo, as well as the element of Air, allowing you to draw upon their powers for your ritual. It is also commonly used in the celebration and reverence of Litha, Lughnasadh, and Imbolc.
Geranium Essential Oil
Recommendations: Anti-inflammatory, anti-bacterial, antiviral, astringent, decongestant, analgesic, calming, balancing, immunostimulant Acne, oily skin, mature skin, dermatitis, stress, poor circulation, anxiety, hemorrhoids, rheumatism, menstrual problems, varicose veins, lymphatic congestion
Geranium offers outstanding benefits for soothing skin and is a common ingredient in many skin care products. Also useful for joint support and tempering minor aches and pains, geranium’s calming effects make it a popular choice for many essential oil users*.
Ginger Essential Oil Zingiber officinale
Although ginger is an indispensable component of worldwide cuisine, it is most notable for its abililty to ease indigestion*. Ginger’s sweet, citrusy fragrance accompanies a multitude of other therapeutic benefits.
Grapefruit Essential Oil Citrus X paradisi
Grapefruit’s fresh, invigorating aroma is sure to uplift the mood and please the senses. Pressed from the rind, grapefruit is more than just a fresh scent, its cleansing and invigorating properties have made it a favorite among essential oil lovers.
Helichrysum Essential Oil Helichrysum italicum
One of the most sought-after essential oils, helichrysum has traditionally been used for its soothing and regenerative effects. The rare essential oil of helichrysum is distilled from the flower cluster of an evergreen herb and is highly prized by essential oil users*.
Also known as Immortelle, Helichrysum is relatively new to the market. It is now widely popular for its ability to treat wounds, dermatitis and coughs, among other ailments. While it is expensive, it is a powerful healer.
Recommendations: Anti-inflammatory, anti-microbial, antiseptic, astringent, expectorant Acne, eczema, dry skin, wounds, burns, muscle pain, asthma, rheumatism, bronchitis, colds and flu, depression, stress.
Lavender Essential Oil Lavandula angustifolia
Lavender has been used as early as 2500 B.C.E. by the Egyptians, and it has been used throughout history for perfume, headaches, wound care and even tea.
Recommendations: Anti-infectious, anti-viral, anti-fungal, pain-relieving, muscle-relaxing, mood- and sleep-enhancing Skin irritation, insomnia, wounds, air freshener, stress, depression
Lemon Essential Oil Citrus limon
Lemon (Citrus limon)
Recommendations: Anti-infectious, anti-viral, anti-depressant, astringent, anti-microbial, digestive Acne, oily skin, dry skin, poor circulation, colds and flu, digestion, blood sugar regulation.
Another favorite, this essential oil powerhouse is cold-pressed from lemon rinds to preserve its delicate nature and potent properties. Lemon is known as a powerful aromatic, topical, and internal cleanser that can be used to complement many other oils. Diffusing lemon in a room can cleanse the air and uplift mood. It can also be used on surfaces throughout the home as a non-toxic cleaning booster.
Lemongrass Essential Oil
Lemongrass has long been used in Asian and Caribbean cooking due to its subtle lemony flavor and aroma. It has been found to support healthy digestion, and soothe aching muscles.
Marjoram Essential Oil Origanum majorana
Also referred to as “wintersweet” or “joy of the mountains”, marjoram is one of the most common herbs found in kitchens around the world. Valued for its calming properties, marjoram may be applied topically to soothe tired, stressed muscles or to support the respiratory or nervous system*.
Myrrh Essential Oil Commiphora myrrha
Historically, myrrh has been used in many ways, from meditation to embalming in ancient Egypt. Modern herbalists frequently recommend myrrh for its cleansing properties, especially for the mouth and throat. Myrrh is also excellent for calming the skin.
This oil captures the essence of the traditional oil made famous by the princess of Nerola during the 17th Century. As such, it makes a fantastic aid in spells and rituals where on is seeking to sooth the nerves, or relieve tension and anxiety in yourself or another. This oil can also be a great boon to spells and rituals where you are seeking to instill confidence in yourself or another before an important event or simply for the sake of greater confidence. It is also commonly used in spells when you are seeking to be free of insomnia, whether for yourself or another.
Patchouli Essential Oil Pogostemon cablin
Patchouli oil has an easily recognizable rich musky-sweet fragrance. It can have a grounding, balancing effect on the emotions while providing excellent mood support. Patchouli is also widely used for wounds and tissue repair, as well as in skin care preparations for these same properties.
Peppermint Essential Oil Mentha piperita
From at least 1500 B.C.E., peppermint has been used for many things, including stomach ailments and money. Throughout history, its use as a medicinal herb became more and more understood, and now it provides scent and flavor in addition to its healing properties.
Recommendations: Analgesic, anti-inflammatory, antiseptic, astringent, expectorant, digestive, cooling and warming, calming and stimulating Acne, migraines, muscle pain, asthma, colds and flu, indigestion, nausea, stress
For aromatic, topical, or dietary use.
Pine Essential Oil
Exuding the earthy aroma that leaves the mind wandering to the holidays or a favorite place in the woods, our Pine Essential Oil is derived from the natural oils of pine, leaving it with many of the same properties and powers found therein. With an unmistakably sweet and earthy fragrance, it makes a fantastic addition to many Earth-based spells and rituals. In this way, it is most commonly used in spells and rituals wherein you are seeking strength and grounding, finding this virtue and balance from within the oil’s earthy nature. So too is it frequently used in spells and rituals of cleansing, seeking to balance out and remove the negative influences of an object, person, or place.
Interestingly, many also use our Pine Oil as a representative of the Element of Air, with the rich fragrance conjuring thoughts of wind whispering through a forest.
Naturally, it is also a favorite oil used on a diffuser or in anointing during the celebration of Yule.
Rose Essential Oil
There are ancient Persian and eastern Asian texts relating to the rose, and, in 500 B.C.E., Confucius noted the prolific planting of the bush. Roses have long been used for their delicate, intoxicating aroma in perfumes or as gifts.
Recommendations: Anti-depressant, aphrodisiac, astringent, sedative, liver-supporting, soothing Depression, sensitive skin, eczema, insomnia, headaches, stress, PMS
Rosemary Essential Oil Rosmarinus officinalis
Rosemary Essential Oil is derived from the natural oils of that very same herb, leaving it not only with that delightful scent but with many of the same properties and powers that the herb possesses as well. As such, this makes it a fantastic addition to spells and rituals of remembrance, used to anoint ritual tools and candles to provide a boost to the memory.
This can be particularly useful when mingled with spells involving dreams. Further, this oil also makes a great aid in spells and rituals when you are seeking a boost to your energy, physical, spiritual, or otherwise.
In addition to these wonderful attributes, our Rosemary Oil is also frequently used in the representation of the astrological signs of Scorpio, Sagittarius, and the element of Earth, allowing you to draw the properties and powers of the element and signs into your ritual craft.
Considered sacred by ancient Greeks, Romans, Egyptians and Hebrews, Rosemary has been revered by healers for centuries for its digestive uses and for muscle aches and pains*. For aromatic, topical, or dietary use.
Sandalwood Essential Oil
(Santalum spicatum A., Santalum album, Santalum)
With a documented history of use of several thousand years and a wide variety of applications, sandalwood is most notable for its smoothing effects on skin and for its mood-enhancing properties*.
Use it in your spells and rituals to aid in meditative exploration, seeking to expand your spiritual awareness and understanding. This also helps make it a tremendous aid in healing as the deeper understanding it provide can indeed lead to greater wisdom and awareness and therefore greater healing. Sandalwood Oil can also be used to represent the astrological signs of Cancer, Virgo, and Pisces as well as the element of Air in your ritual magick, helping you to draw on the properties that each sign or element represents.
Recommendations: Emollient, diuretic, anti-depressant, relaxing, anti-bacterial, decongestant, aphrodisiac Acne, moisturizer, dry skin, depression, insomnia, bronchitis or cough, puffiness, stress
Native to Australia and Queensland, tea tree oil has been used for centuries for its anti-bacterial properties. In the 1920s, it was discovered that tea tree oil was over 10 times more anti-bacterial and anti-infectious than the other agents available at the time. Its effective use to heal wounds and treat skin diseases has made it incredibly popular.
This makes it fantastic when used in spells and rituals of clarity and harmony. Use it in your spells and rituals to aid in meditative exploration, seeking to dispel confusion and find a better clarity within your divinations or simply within your life. In this way, it can also be a potent aid when you are seeking to increase harmony in your life, or that of another, helping to provide clarity and peace.
Recommendations: Anti-viral, anti-bacterial, anti-microbial, astringent, cooling Acne, dermatitis, bruises, asthma, muscle pain, colds, flatulence, household cleaners, sanitizers, air fresheners
Thyme Essential Oil Thymus vulgaris
Thyme, familiar to most as a common seasoning for cooking, produces an essential oil that has valuable cleansing and clarifying properties. It is also notable for its broad-spectrum activity for winter health. For aromatic, topical, or dietary use.
Vetiver Essential Oil Vetiveria zizanoides
Vetiver is loved for its rich, exotic, and complex aroma. Used extensively in perfumes as a base note and fixative, vetiver’s woody, earthy scent complements many other essential oils. Vetiver also has many therapeutic uses, including as an antioxidant and for relaxation.
Unhexing, money, peace, love.
Ylang Ylang Essential Oil Cananga odorata
Ylang ylang, while famed for its exquisite fragrance and long history as a component of perfumes, has much to offer therapeutically. It is an effective mood uplifting agent as well as having calming properties.
This makes it wonderful when used in spells and rituals of love and harmony, helping to allow you to create a more harmonious existence for yourself or others and through that seek and enhance love. In this way it can also be utilized in spells and rituals wherein you are seeking to create a state of bliss, or euphoria.
As one might imagine, the properties and aroma of Ylang Ylang oil makes it of great use in representing or drawing upon the astrological signs of Taurus and Pisces, and similarly it is a powerful representative of the element of Water.
The fragrance is also quite well suited for being used in celebration and reverence of Beltane and Litha, whether you’re simply using it in a diffuser or using it as an anointing oil.