Our Beginners Kit is an easy, economical way to sample the most common essential oils. Everything you need to get started is included.
Your kit contains the following:
- 7 (seven) pure essential oils in 10 ml Cobalt bottles with the preferred euro dropper.
- 1 oz. Organic Jojoba Oil for creating your own perfumes.
- 4 oz. Sweet Almond Oil for blending and creating your own massage, body or bath
- 8 Unscented Bath Salts for creating scented bath salts and salt scrubs.
- One Terra Cotta Stone Set replaces the lamp ring pictured.
- One 2 oz. plastic spray bottle for creating room air fresheners or body sprays.
- 10 assorted plastic pipets for measuring drops
- Two 2 ml Amber glass bottles for creating your own blends.
- Two 5 ml Cobalt Blue glass bottles
- Two plastic 1 oz. bottles for creating your own massage oils.
Essential Oils included are:
Lavender, Peppermint, Orange, Lemon, Eucalyptus, Rosemary, Tea Tree
Known to be calming, used for insomnia, general first aid, burns and bites. Wonderful in baths - use as a massage oil, as a perfume, or for inhalation.
Antibacterial, Antiviral and Anti fungal - use for cuts, bites, dandruff and athletes foot. A first aid must.
A must have for this time of year. Diffuse daily to kill cold germs in the air. Use for colds and sinus congestion. Use in a diffuser, inhalation or massage.
Think happy! Calming, yet uplifting - blends well with the other citrus oils and Lavender.
Great for cleaning. Fights germs and bacteria. Another refreshing citrus scent. Helps concentration.
Energizes, great when driving a long trip. Reduces nausea and headache. Improves digestion.
A very protective scent, helps clear negative energy from one's aura. Energizing, great for jet lag, headache, stimulates circulation; helpful for mental concentration and memory.
Keep out of reach of children and away from pets. Do not ingest by mouth. Essential oils should not be taken internally. Essential oils are flammable.
Some oils can cause sensitization or allergic reactions in some individuals. When using a new oil for the first time, do a skin patch test on a small area of skin. Place a small amount
of the diluted essential oil on the inside of your elbow and apply a bandage. Wait 24 hours - discontinue use if there is any form of reaction.
Proceed carefully and with guidance if the following conditions exist:
- Pregnancy - you may want to avoid all essential oils during your pregnancy. (Generally speaking, all Essential Oils that contain a reasonable amount of ketones need to be used with care during )
It may be helpful to check the chemical composition (major components) in each of the Essential Oils in which you are most interested. Please consult a certified aromatherapist for more information.
HOW TO USE ESSENTIAL OILS
Bath, Hot Tub, or Sauna: 6-10 drops in warm water. Put drops into the water immediately before entering. Gently stir the water to disperse the oil. For sauna, dilute the oil with 90% water and spray on rocks or into the air.
Compress: Put 3-5 drops into a hot or cold basin of water. Cold water contracts the tissues and warm water relaxes the tissues. Fold up a clean cloth and dip it into the water. Squeeze out the excess water. Apply immediately to the painful area.
Facial Steam: One drop of oil per cup of boiling water. Put the drops into the basin after the water is drawn. Gently stir the water to disperse the oil. Immediately place a towel over your head and move your face as close to the aromatic steam as is comfortable.
Massage: Use up to 15 drops of essential oil per 1 oz. of blending oil such as sweet almond, grapeseed, jojoba, or apricot kernel oils.
Environmental Fragrancing: Electric diffusers are a simple and effective way to fragrance a room for aesthetic and therapeutic benefits. Do not use carrier oils in diffusers as they will clog and not disperse. Use essential oils alone or use synergies of pure essential oils.
Diffusers eliminate the need for aerosol fresheners.
Inhalation: Recommended for respiratory problems, colds, headaches, sinuses, and coughs. Use 3 to 5 drops of an essential oil on a tissue or handkerchief. Hold it under your nose and then breathe deeply.
Essential oils are very concentrated, so use with extreme care. For external use only.
Please consult a certified aromatherapist for more information.