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Cooking Favs!


Anise 5 mL
Basil, Indian 5 mL 
Cardamom 5 mL 
Cinnamon, bark 5 mL 
Lime, distilled 5 mL 
Orange, sweet 5 mL
Oregano 5 mL 

The price of this kit reflects a 20% discount!

Anise: This oil has a fresh, spicy sweet licorice like aroma. It is made from the seed. Its properties are analgesic, antiseptic, aperitive (appetite stimulant), carminative (relieving flatulence), emmenagogue (stimulating menstrual flow),digestive, diuretic, expectorant, stomachic, and stimulant. Historically it has been used as a morning pick me up as well as a spice.

Basil, Indian: The aroma of Basil brings Italian food scent to mind. It is fresh, warm, spicy, herbal and slightly licorice. It is distilled from the flowering plant. The properties of Basil oil are: antidepressant, anti-infectious, antiseptic, antispasmodic, digestive, expectorant, restorative, stomachic, and tonic.

Cardamom: Cardamom is extracted from the seeds. The aroma is spicy, lightly camphorous with sweet floral undertones, balsamic, and woody. Cardamom historically has been used in perfume, incense, and is the key ingredient in Chai. It is used for its anti-flatulent properties, dyspepsia, colic, stomach acidity, and nausea. The tonic digestive properties help protect against parasites, dysentery, and diarrhea. Also it helps ease coughing, congestion, and pulmonary infections. Additionally, it is a natural remedy for impotence and low sexual response.

Cinnamon, bark: The aroma of cinnamon is rich and penetrating with spicy, woody, resinous, and camphorous tones. It is distilled from the bark. Cinnamon has been used in various forms throughout the ages as a flavoring agent and digestive tonic. In Egypt it was used in foot massages, digestive problems, love potions, and incense. Cinnamon oil eases overworked muscles and joints. The fragrance of the oil will stimulate the appetite and senses. It has been studied for its effects in promoting healthy blood sugar balance and insulin response. Cinnamon oil is a mucous membrane irritant and strong skin sensitizer. Use only in very low dilution.

Lime, distilled: Lime has a fresh, sweet, green/bitter, citrus scent. It is refreshing and rejuvenating. The aroma inspires and brings clean fresh energy to clear the mind. Limes have long been used for the high vitamin content. It is a good tonic for the liver and kidneys. Like Lemon oil it is good for the digestion. Lime stimulates the brain, clears thoughts and aids concentration. It cheers you up and refreshes the room. It has similar properties to Lemon oil.

Orange, sweet: Sweet Orange oil is pressed from the peel. It has a sweet, sugary, citrus aroma. Because it contains 90% limonene which is in many household cleaners, this oil is often used as an earth friendly alternative. Limonene also aids in normal cell regeneration. It is an uplifting oil. The properties are antiseptic, anti-inflammatory, bactericidal, digestive, diuretic, fungicidal, stimulant, antidepressant, and tonic. This oil is like a fresh burst of sunshine. It will lift your spirits, brighten your mood, and refresh the air around you. Diffuse it to maintain a wholesome, positively charged atmosphere. It can also be used to flavor food and water.

Oregano: Oregano essential oil is reminiscent of delicious Mediterranean culinary delights with its spicy herbal scent. The essential oil is potent, spicy, earthy, hot and herbaceous. It is a strong antiseptic killing bacteria, mold, virus and fungi. This essential oil is filled with fire and is best used highly diluted or else it may cause irritation. It should be used at a maximum of 2% dilution which is less than 10 drops per ounce. This oil is considered too powerful for use in pregnancy, with children, the elderly or with people who have liver illness, toxicity or damage.

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