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  • Metabolism health†
  • Hormonal balance†
  • Healthy skin†
  • Healthy sleep†
  • Healthy joints†
  • Each oil is 100% Pure, Certified USDA Organic and Therapeutic Grade

NOTE: This product is expected to ship the week of 6/30. 

Every NUMA essential oil has four core values that we will not compromise on. Those values drive everything we do with our NUMA Essentials Organic Essential Oils.

4 Core Values of NUMA Essentials Organic Essential Oils

  1. NUMA essential oils are Certified USDA Organic.
  2. NUMA essential oils are 100% Therapeutic Grade.
  3. NUMA essential oils are sourced indigenously as well as harvested from some of the top plant farms in Missouri, Europe, India, and the Middle East. Our oils come from 10,000 acres of certified organic land.
  4. NUMA essential oils are 100% pure with no bases, fillers, or any additives.

    The Certified Organic Essential Oil Master Kit 

    Get all 12 of my essential oils and begin experiencing the all-natural benefits to your health and home that NUMA Essentials has to offer.

    The 12-pack includes my Certified USDA Organic, 100% Therapeutic Grade:

    • Frankincense - 5 mL
    • Lavender - 15 mL
    • Peppermint - 15 mL
    • Clove - 15 mL 
    • Lemon - 15 mL
    • Eucalyptus - 15 mL
    • Tea Tree - 15 mL
    • Geranium Rose - 15 mL 
    • Grapefruit - 15 mL 
    • Oregano - 15 mL 
    • Rosemary - 15 mL 
    • Orange - 15 mL 

    Combined, these 12 essential oils are perfect for anyone looking to naturally support:

    • Metabolism health†
    • Hormonal balance†
    • Healthy skin†
    • Healthy sleep†
    • Healthy joints†
    • And so much more

      Plus, they have tons of applications for your home — from being an all-natural cleaner to being a powerful, healthful addition to soaps and shampoos. †

      This 12-pack is great for anyone looking to get started with essential oils.†

      NUMA Essentials Organic Frankincense Trinity Essential Oil

      It offers a wide variety of health benefits, including:

      As it’s more popularly known, Frankincense truly is the “king of oils.”

      Frankincense Oil is extracted from the resin of Frankincense trees (aka: Boswellia Serrata).

      For centuries, people have touted frankincense for its health-giving properties. It’s mentioned in the New Testament and was discovered in the remains of ancient Egyptian civilizations.

      Today, its health-giving benefits are as far-reaching as ever. You can use it as a natural household cleaner as a natural deodorizer, and so much more.

      Plus, it has a wonderful earthy, warm and radiant smell when diffused.

      It truly is amazing.

      NUMA Essentials Organic Lavender Essential Oil

      Open your mind, body and senses to the aromatic, soothing, comforting effects of NUMA Essentials Lavender Essential Oil—Lavandula angustifolia—an experience you and your senses will appreciate!

      If you’ve never considered or investigated the health benefits of the essential oil lavender, then it’s time to do so, and NUMA Essentials Lavender Oil is a great place to start!

      What is Lavender Essential Oil?

      Lavender oil is extracted from lavender plant flowers, and has traditionally been used in the making of perfumes. Lavare is the Latin name of lavender, and it means “to wash,” indicating the clean aroma of lavender.

      Lavender has been used for over 2,500 years—from those living in ancient civilizations clear up through today. In fact, Ancient Persians, Greeks and Romans added lavender flowers to their bathwater in order to help wash and purify their skin, while Phoenicians, Arabians and Egyptians used lavender as a perfume as well as the mummification process.

      Likewise, in ancient Greece and Rome, lavender was regarded as an all-around “health supporter,” and in Medieval and Renaissance Europe, lavender was often scattered on stone floors in castles—used as a disinfectant and deodorant.†

      Lavender’s color can range from a pale yellow to yellow-green or can be colorless, and has a pleasantly soothing, floral, sweet and slightly woody scent to it.

      Lavender, like other essential oils, can cross the blood-brain barrier to work its health benefits.†

      And just what is the blood-brain barrier? The blood-brain barrier surrounds the brain and filters out most substances, thereby protecting the brain. Essential oils can make it through, however, allowing these precious oils to perform their health benefits.†

      Lavender essential oil has many benefits and uses, including the following:

      • Helps to ease feelings of tension†
      • Is widely used for its calming and relaxing attributes†
      • Can be used to freshen linen closet, mattress, car or the air with a light mist of lavender combined with water in a spray bottle.
      • Add a few drops of lavender to pillows, bedding or bottoms of feet for a restful night’s sleep.†
      • Soothes occasional skin irritations†
      • Reduces appearance of skin imperfections†
      • Add to bath water to soak away stress or apply to temples and the back of the neck.†
      • Use in cooking to add a flavorful twist to marinades, baked goods and desserts or to soften citrus flavors.
      • Take internally to reduce anxious feelings or for a peaceful sleep.†

      Lavender benefits include:

      NUMA Essentials Organic Clove Bud Essential Oil

      Promote Healthy Digestion, Oral Health and Healthy Detoxification

      Clove Bud Essential Oil

      Clove (Eugenia caryophyllata), often referred to as clove bud, is an evergreen tree, which produces a flower bud that possesses a variety of health-supporting properties.† Clove bud has a shaft and a head, which is why it has the Latin name clavus, meaning nail. While clove was used extensively in ancient Indian and Chinese civilizations, its use then spread to other parts of the world, including Europe, during the seventh and eighth centuries.

      One of the most common ways clove oil is used is for dental health, which is why it’s often found in toothpastes, mouthwashes and other oral care products.† It has natural properties which make it helpful for supporting oral health, digestive health, a healthy response to stress, support for blood health and much more.†

      An added perk is that clove oil contains some vitamins and minerals, including vitamin A, vitamin C, vitamin K, calcium, iron, phosphorus and potassium. It’s also a powerful antioxidant that is also rich in omega-3s.†

      The main bioactive element in clove is called eugenol, and clove is known to support a healthy microbial balance, to help balance blood sugar and to support gum health and cellular health.†

      Likewise, clove oil is a natural insect repellent.  

      Additionally, a couple drops of clove oil in the mouth can help keep it healthy and refreshed as well.†

      Here are some highlights of clove bud oil, its uses and benefits:

      • Natural insect repellent
      • Helps to clean teeth and gums while promoting fresh breath†
      • Place one drop of clove essential oil in two ounces of water and gargle for a soothing effect.
      • Place two to three drops of clove essential oil in a veggie cap and take internally to support cardiovascular health.†
      • During the fall and winter seasons, diffuse three drops of clove oil, two drops of cinnamon oil and one drop of orange essential oil for an invigorating scent.
      • Contains powerful antioxidant properties†
      • During your nightly routine, add one drop of clove oil to your toothbrush before applying toothpaste.
      • Following your six-month cleaning at the dentist, apply one drop of clove oil to teeth and gums.
      • Combine clove essential oil with a carrier oil (in amounts per directions) for a warming massage.

      Clove bud oil blends well with many other essential oils, including lavender essential oil, lemon essential oil, peppermint essential oil, basil essential oil, rosemary essential oil, rose oil, cinnamon essential oil, grapefruit essential oil, nutmeg essential oil, orange essential oil and geranium essential oil. This makes clove essential oil a popular oil in aromatherapy and in other herbal combinations.

      NUMA Essentials Organic Eucalyptus Essential Oil

      100% Pure, Undiluted, Therapeutic Grade Eucalyptus Essential Oil

      Eucalyptus Essential Oil

      Hailing from the fresh leaves of the towering evergreen eucalyptus tree, eucalyptus essential oil (Eucalyptus radiata) is a truly refreshing, exhilarating experience.

      Eucalyptus radiata essential oil is sometimes known as Black Peppermint Oil. It is steam-distilled from the leaves and twigs of a tall evergreen tree that is native to Australia. Although it shares the same properties as Eucalyptus globulus, Eucalyptus radiata has a less intense, milder aroma.

      Many aromatherapists believe that Eucalyptus radiata is the most useful form of eucalyptus because it has a more pleasant aroma and is more easily assimilated.

      The eucalyptus tree, which is classified scientifically as Eucalyptus globulus, is also known as fever tree, blue gum tree or stringy bark tree, depending on what region of the world it is located.

      Native to Australia, eucalyptus has increased its popularity in other parts of the world during the past few centuries to include areas such as India, Europe and South Africa. Likewise, the primary sourcing for eucalyptus oil is still Australia, while other countries also produce eucalyptus oil—just in smaller quantities.

      Eucalyptus oil has a distinctive aroma and taste, but is colorless with numerous beneficial health properties. It is often used in mouthwashes, inhalers, rubs, liniments and rash creams. During World War I, eucalyptus was widely used for its significant cleansing benefits in supporting a healthy microbial response.

      Even though eucalyptus essential oil possesses most of the properties of a typical volatile oil, it hasn’t always been extremely popular as an aromatherapy oil—mostly because little was known about it until the last few hundred years, compared to the more ancient aromatherapy essential oils.

      However, since then, the numerous health benefits of eucalyptus essential oil have captured the attention of the global population while also increasing interest in its use in aromatherapy as well as for health-supporting purposes.

      Among eucalyptus essential oil uses and benefits are:

      • Add to a spray bottle with water and use it to wipe down surfaces in your kitchen or bathroom.
      • Place a few drops in your morning bath or shower to invigorate and promote vitality.
      • Diffuse during the winter months to invigorate yourself on a cold, dreary day.
      • Place one or two drops in your hand and inhale deeply to clear the mind.
      • Add one drop to moisturizer and apply to skin for revitalizing benefits.

      Use of eucalyptus essential oil in aromatherapy continues to grow in popularity, and it blends well with many other essential oils, including lavender essential oil, cedarwood essential oil, frankincense essential oil, as well as thyme, rosemary and marjoram essential oils.

        NUMA Essentials Organic Lemon Essential Oil

        Refresh, Cleanse, and Energize Your Body and Your Home with NUMA’s Organic Lemon Essential Oil

        Open yourself to the invigorating yet calming, distinct, cleansing effects of NUMA Essentials Lemon Essential Oil. It can add a mouth-watering, citrus-filled, aromatic zest to everything from your water and food to your health.†

        NUMA Essentials Lemon Essential Oil—it’s a lemon-packed, energizing and exhilarating experience!

        What is Lemon Essential Oil?

        Lemons are one of the most popular citrus fruits in the world. Not only do they provide a good food source of vitamins and help support healthy digestion, but they also have a pleasing taste and aroma.†

        You might know lemons for some of their most common uses in cleaners, soaps and found in essential oils and their products, but do you know WHY it has all these powerful cleansing uses? Well, it’s all thanks to a naturally occurring compound called limonene.

        Limonene is an orange terpene, and terpenes are found in essential oils. They’re particularly common in citrus oils. And those are, of course, some of the most common used in aromatherapy, fragrances and to naturally flavor food. Limonene takes its name from the lemon, as the rind of the lemon. Like other citrus fruits, it possesses a large amount of limonene. This gives it its distinct, invigorating, mouth-watering aroma.

        Limonene shows promise of supporting healthy cells and healthy liver function†—among other benefits. In fact, limonene and its related product known as perillic acid, are known to be huge supporters of maintaining healthy cells and a healthy liver.†

        Additionally, lemon essential oil is believed to support a healthy mood and concentration levels as well as to support healthy respiration, a healthy weight and supporting healthy skin, hair, energy levels and stomach health.†

        Interestingly enough, lemon essential oil can be both stimulating and calming with numerous health benefits.† As an added perk, lemon oil adds flavor to your water and to your favorite foods—contributing a healthful zing!†

        And get this: It’s said to take up to 45 lemons to produce a 15mL bottle of lemon essential oil.

        Talk about power-packed!

        Among the uses and benefits of lemon essential oil are:

        • Diffuse to promote a positive mood.†
        • Naturally cleanses and purifies the air and surfaces
        • Naturally cleanses the body and aids in digestion†
        • Take internally to assist with seasonal respiratory discomfort.†
        • Use as a furniture polish—just add a few drops to olive oil to clean, protect and shine wood finishes.
        • To preserve and protect leather furniture and other leather surfaces or garments, use a cloth soaked in lemon oil to rub them down.
        • Add lemon oil to spray bottle of water to clean tables, countertops and other surfaces.
        • Use lemon for the early stages of tarnish on silver and other metals.
        • To remove stubborn sticky residue on surfaces, put lemon oil on a rag and wipe surfaces.
        • To remove grease after changing the oil in an automobile, wash hands with lemon oil.

        Lemon oil blends well with many other essential oils, including lavender oil, rose oil, peppermint oil, sandalwood oil, tea tree oil and geranium oil. This makes lemon essential oil a popular oil for those practicing aromatherapy and for herbalists.

        Those benefits include:

        And that’s just the beginning of the benefits. There are also tons of benefits to your overall home when you use this powerful oil in your daily life.

        NUMA Essentials Organic Tea Tree Essential Oil

        The Best Kept Secret In Nature’s Medicine Cabinet

        The Amazing Qualities of Tea Tree Oil

        Tea tree oil is truly nothing short of amazing! In fact, the health benefits of tea tree essential oil are due to its multi-faceted healthy attributes—ones that are recognized and appreciated worldwide.†

        The name “tea tree,” however, may be misleading, though, since tea tree oil is not extracted from the plant commonly associated with the beverage known as tea. In fact, it’s not even remotely related to tea oil, which is extracted from the seed of the tea plant.

        More accurately, tea tree oil is extracted via steam distillation of twigs and leaves of the tea tree, which goes by the botanical name Melaleuca alternifolia. Often known simply as Melaleuca, tea tree oil is native to Australia—in Southeast Queensland and New South Wales mostly—which explains why it is such a common, popular essential oil there.

        And while it’s a favorite in Australia, it’s also become a revered and trusted essential oil worldwide.

        Tea tree oil is also made up of some powerful constituents, including alpha pinene, beta pinene, sabinene, myrcene, alpha phellandrene, alpha terpinene, limonene, cineole, gamma terpinene, para cymene, terpinolene, linalool, terpineol and alpha terpineol.

        Due to its properties, tea tree oil can provide a holistic, powerful support for health.†

        For example, the alpha pinene and other pinenes found in tea tree oil have been noted for supporting bronchial health, supporting a healthy short-term memory while also promoting alertness.†

        Likewise, limonene is produced by plants known as terpenes, and limonene is an orange terpene.

        Limonene shows promise of supporting healthy cells and healthy liver function†—among other benefits.† In fact, limonene and its related product known as perillic acid, are known to be huge supporters of maintaining healthy cells and keeping the liver in tip-top shape.†

        Additionally, linalool is a common element of many essential oils, including tea tree oil, and has been found to be a potent supporter of healthy cells†—and when your cells are healthy, then you can be, too.†

        Each element contributes to health, too, and tea tree oil is simply packed with these constituents!†

        Truth be told, tea tree oil has such a strong reputation for its health benefits that it’s commonly known as a “go to” among some people, including many Australians who keep this precious essential oil available in their household cabinets.

        Here are some uses for and benefits of tea tree essential oil:

        • Add one to two drops to water, citrus drinks or veggie caps to support healthy immune system function.†
        • Apply to skin after shaving.
        • Promotes healthy immune function†
        • For occasional skin irritations, apply one to two drops of tea tree essential oil to affected area.†
        • Protects against environmental and seasonal threats†
        • Combine one or two drops with your facial cleanser or moisturizer for added cleansing properties.
        • Well-known for its cleansing and rejuvenating effects on the skin†
        • Apply to fingernails and toenails after showering to purify and keep nails looking healthy.†
        • Add a few drops to a spray bottle with water and use on surfaces to protect against environmental threats.†
        • Apply to the bottoms of feet and inside shoes to freshen them.
        • Create your own aftershave with tea tree oil and cedarwood.

        Tea tree oil is a great blending oil. It blends well with lavender, lemon, cinnamon, clary sage, clove, geranium, myrrh, nutmeg, rosewood, rosemary and thyme essential oils.

        Here are some benefits of tea tree oil for health:

        It’s also a popular ingredient in many cosmetic products, including:

        • Face washes
        • Shampoos
        • Massage oils
        • Skin and nail creams
        • Laundry detergents

        And that only scratches the surface of the many uses and benefits of this amazing essential oil.

        NUMA Essentials Organic Peppermint Essential Oil

        Revitalizing, Invigorating, and Cooling

        The Power of Peppermint and Peppermint Oil

        Peppermint. Just the word itself can conjure up visions and sensations of a cooling, revitalizing taste, fragrance or experience.

        In fact, peppermint has been a favorite herb since ancient times due to its distinct effects on the senses and for its beneficial properties.† Its well-regarded effects and long history have earned it a designation or title of being viewed as among “the world’s oldest health supporters.”†

        Peppermint is an herb that belongs to the Lamiaceae family in the genus Mentha and botanically named Mentha piperita. Originally native to Europe, peppermint is now cultivated in nearly all regions globally, growing well in shady conditions and featuring lance-shaped, purple-veined and dark-green leaves with purple colored flowers. There are more than 20 varieties of mint herbs that exhibit a wide range of color, fragrance and flavor.

        Speaking of fragrance and flavor . . . peppermint has a characteristic refreshingly cool-breeze sensation when tasted and on the throat when ingested, or on the nasal passages when inhaled. This cool quality of mint is due to its content of menthol, the essential oil found in its fresh leaves and in its stem.

        Due to peppermint’s presence of menthol, menthone and menthyl esters, peppermint and peppermint oil are found widely in soap, shampoo, toothpaste, chewing gum and more.

        As an added perk, peppermint oil contains a variety of vitamins, minerals and other nutrients, including vitamin A, vitamin C, manganese, iron, magnesium, calcium, folate, potassium and even omega-3 fatty acids. It’s also a high-powered antioxidant.†

        Generally speaking, peppermint is regarded as having the health benefits of supporting healthy digestion and respiratory health as well as offering relief from overall discomfort.†

        Some uses and benefits of peppermint essential oil include:

        • Commonly found in oral health products
        • Promotes healthy respiratory function and clear breathing†
        • Helps reduce bloating, gas and occasional indigestion†
        • For a morning energy boost, rub peppermint oil on your temples after you wake up.
        • Diffuse when feeling fatigued or low on energy.
        • Add to shampoo or conditioner for a stimulating hair massage.
        • Natural bug repellent
        • Spritz around windows and doors.
        • Diffuse during study time.
        • Use topically to relieve feelings of tension.†
        • Take one or two drops in a veggie capsule to alleviate occasional stomach upset.†
        • Promotes digestive health†
        • Add two or three drops to your favorite smoothie recipe for a refreshing twist.
        • Place one drop in your mouth to help freshen breath.
        • Add to a cold-water compress or foot bath to cool off when overheated.
        • Inhale for a non-stimulant, invigorating pick-me-up during long drives.
        • Blends well with lavender for a soothing massage blend
        • Place one drop in palm of hand with one drop of orange essential oil and one drop of frankincense oil and inhale for a midday pick-me-up.

        Overall, peppermint oil blends well with a variety of other essential oils, including lemon, lavender, eucalyptus, rosemary and marjoram. Many aromatherapists and herbalists routinely use peppermint oil in their aromatic combinations.

        Most people know peppermint for its instantly recognizable minty, fresh smell. But what many people don’t know is that beneath the invigorating scent is a whole host of health benefits, including:

        I love using it topically for a cool, tingling sensation on the skin. That's why many massage therapists use it as a popular addition to massage oils.

        And if you’re facing an afternoon slump, peppermint oil can be a potent pick-me-up. Simply apply it to your head and neck. The refreshing aroma can give you a boost of positivity and support healthy levels of energy.†

        Peppermint is also perfect for diffusing on its own so you can enjoy the refreshing, cooling scent.


        NUMA Essentials Organic Geranium Rose Essential Oil

        Soothe Your Body,  Encourage Serenity, and Enjoy the Sweet, Flowery Smell

        Geranium Rose Essential Oil

        The plants from which geranium rose essential oil (Pelargonium graveolens) has its origins in South Africa, Madagascar, Egypt, Morocco and Réunion, but became known to European countries such as Spain, France and Italy during the 17th century.

        It is a perennial shrub commonly used in hedgerows that has a hairy-like appearance, and stands approximately three feet high and has pointed leaves with serrated edges—and bearing pinkish-white flowers.

        There are approximately 700 different varieties of this plant, but only 10 are capable of supplying geranium rose essential oil in adequate quantities, due to the typical garden geranium variety producing far too little oil for successful extraction.

        The leaves and stalks of the plant, which bears the scientific name Pelargonium odorantissimum, are what are used for extraction, and the oil is procured via steam distillation.

        Pelargonium graveolens, however, is an uncommon Pelargonium species which is native to the Cape Provinces and the Northern Provinces of South Africa, Zimbabwe and Mozambique—and is the form of geranium essential oil you’ll find in NUMA Essentials Geranium Rose Essential Oil.

        With a sweet and rosy smell plus a hint of mint, it is mostly colorless, although it can sometimes have a light green hue to it. It’s a crisp, fresh-smelling essential oil which can support adrenal health and a healthy response to stress, nervous system health, mental health, lymphatic system health, healthy detoxification, healthy water balance in the body, circulatory health, blood pressure balance and hormonal balance as well as supporting skin health.†

        Geranium rose essential oil is comprised of many powerful components, including a-pinene, myrcene, limonene, menthone, linalool, geranyl acetate, citronellal, geraniol and geranyl butyrate.

        While those are scientific names, they translate into geranium rose oil, due to its properties, providing a holistic, powerful support for health.†

        For example, the pinene content found in geranium rose oil has been noted for supporting respiratory health, supporting a healthy short-term memory function, while also promoting alertness.†

        Limonene shows promise of supporting healthy cells and healthy liver function—among other benefits. In fact, limonene and its related product known as perillic acid, are known to be huge supporters of maintaining healthy cells and a healthy liver.

        Likewise, linalool is a common element of many essential oils, including geranium rose oil, and has been found to be a potent supporter of healthy cells†—and when your cells are healthy, then you can be, too, since your cells are foundational to your total makeup.†

        Geranium rose essential oil can be used in many ways and offers several benefits, such as:

        • Apply directly to skin or enjoy an aromatherapy steam facial to beautify skin.
        • Combine with a carrier oil for an amazing massage.
        • Reduces the appearance of skin imperfections†
        • Combines well with other moisturizers to help balance moisture levels in the skin.
        • Add a few drops to shampoo or conditioner for a healthy, vibrant glow.
        • Apply to skin after showering for a smoothing effect.
        • Apply to underarms following an intense workout or day out in the sun.
        • Natural insect repellent
        • Promotes feelings of relaxation†
        • Promotes even skin tone and healthy complexion†
        • Add to your next do-it-yourself potpourri.
        • Place one drop in the palm of your hands, rub hands together, cup your hands over your nose and mouth and breathe slowly for a calming, grounding effect.†

        Geranium rose oil blends aromatically with lavender, lemon, orange, basil, angelica, bergamot, cedarwood, citronella, lime, clary sage, jasmine, rosemary, neroli and grapefruit essential oils.

        NUMA Essentials Organic Grapefruit Essential Oil

        100% Pure, Undiluted, Therapeutic Grade Grapefruit (Pink) Essential Oil

        Grapefruit and Grapefruit Essential Oil

        Also known as shaddock in some areas of the world, grapefruit is a tangy, antioxidant-packed citrus fruit, whose scientific name is Citrus paradisi—also known by these two other scientific names: Citrus racemosa and Citrus maxima.

        Like all other citrus fruits, grapefruit’s essential oil is found in its peel and is extracted via compression. Many of its health-supporting properties mirror those of the essential oils of other citrus fruits.†

        Some of the potent components of grapefruit essential oil (Citrus paradise) is found in its limonene, alpha pinene, sabinene, myrcene, geraniol, linalool, citronellal, decyl acetate, neryl acetate and terpineol.

        While that’s an array of scientific names, the bottom line is that grapefruit essential oil, due to its properties, can provide a holistic, powerful support for health.†

        For example, the pinene content found in grapefruit essential oil has been noted for supporting bronchial health, supporting a healthy short-term memory, while also promoting alertness.†

        Limonene shows promise of supporting healthy cells and healthy liver function—among other benefits. In fact, limonene and its related product known as perillic acid, are known to be huge supporters of cellular health and liver health. 

        Plus, linalool is a common element of many essential oils, including grapefruit essential oil, and has been found to be a potent supporter of healthy cells.†

        Among grapefruit essential oils uses and benefits are:

        • Add one or two drops to your water to support a healthy metabolism.†
        • Diffuse while dieting or trying to lose weight to increase motivation.†
        • Use for a soothing massage that leaves behind a light, uplifting fragrance.
        • Add to your teen’s nightly facial routine to improve the appearance of blemishes (avoid sun exposure).†

        Grapefruit essential oil blends very well with lavender, frankincense, geranium, bergamot and palma rosa essential oils.

        NUMA Essentials Organic Orange Essential Oil

        100% Pure, Undiluted, Therapeutic Grade Orange Essential Oil

        Open yourself to the health effects of NUMA Essentials Orange Essential Oil, which can pamper and fortify you while filling up your senses with its crisp, citrusy scent!

        Orange Essential Oil

        Orange essential oil has been used in a variety of ways, including for domestic use and health-supporting uses.† With a delicious, zesty, citrus-packed taste, it’s no wonder that it’s added flavor to beverages, desserts and more. It’s also been commonly used in soaps, body lotions, creams, healthy aging and wrinkle-smoothing applications, and much, much more.

        Orange essential oil is extracted from the peels of oranges via cold compression, and although many people are familiar with the common term orange, its botanical name is Citrus sinensis.

        Some of its potent components include alpha pinene, citronellal, geranial, sabinene, myrcene, limonene, linalool and neral.

        That’s a bunch of scientific names, but the bottom line is that orange essential oil, due to its properties, can provide a holistic, powerful support for health.†

        For instance, the pinene content found in orange essential oil is known for supporting bronchial health, supporting a healthy short-term memory, and promoting alertness.†

        Additionally, limonene (and its related product known as perillic acid) shows promise of supporting healthy cells and healthy liver function—among other benefits.

        The fact is that linalool is a common element of many essential oils, including orange essential oil, and has been found to be a potent supporter of healthy cells. And when cells are healthy, then you are healthy!†

        Here are some ideas for using orange essential oil as well as some of its benefits:

        • Cleansing and purifying properties
        • Excellent source of antioxidants†
        • Relaxing and soothing aroma
        • To boost energy and uplift mood, place one to two drops in the palm of your hand, rub together and cup over nose and mouth for 30 seconds or diffuse throughout the room.
        • Apply to flex points or abdomen to promote feelings of happiness.†
        • Supports a healthy immune system†
        • Add two to three drops as a flavoring in cake and cookie recipes.
        • Add one or two drops in water, smoothies, teas or lemonade for flavoring.

        As a citrus oil, orange essential oil naturally blends well with other citrus essential oils.

        Additionally, orange essential oil blends well with cinnamon essential oil, clove essential oil, frankincense essential oil, ginger essential oil, black pepper essential oil, sandalwood essential oil and vetiver essential oil.

        100% Pure, Undiluted, Therapeutic Grade Orange Essential Oil

        Orange oil delivers the natural cleansing, refreshing, and immune-supporting power of real oranges in a highly-concentrated, non-toxic oil form.†

        Orange essential oil comes from the peels of real oranges and contains many of the same health-giving benefits.†

        In fact, it takes several oranges to produce even a small bottle (15 mL) of orange essential oil. So, you can be sure you’re getting a potent dose of one of nature’s most refreshing, cleansing and immune-supporting foods.†

        Chances are you've come into contact with small amounts of orange oil, even if you didn’t  realize it. When peeling or zesting an orange, you can smell, feel and taste small amounts of the compounds that make orange essential oil so powerful: alpha pinene, citronellal, geraniol, sabinene, myrcene, limonene, linalool and neral.

        NUMA Essentials Organic Rosemary Essential Oil

        Experience its centering, sensory-boosting and overall healthful qualities.†

        Rosemary and Rosemary Essential Oil

        Rosemary, which is also known as Rosmarinus officinalis, is highly popular in the Mediterranean region as a culinary herb that graces many dishes—using rosemary oil as well as freshly picked rosemary leaves.

        Rosemary has been widely used since ancient times for various purposes. For example, the Romans revered the rosemary plant and used it frequently during religious ceremonies. Likewise, it was also commonly used during wedding ceremonies, food preparation, cosmetic care and for health-boosting herbal purposes. Additionally, ancient Egyptian civilizations used the rosemary plant and its extracts as incense.

        The rosemary bush is part of the mint family, which also includes basil, lavender, myrtle and sage, while rosemary essential oil is mostly extracted from the leaves of the rosemary bush.

        Rosemary essential oil is one of the most popular essential oils due to its vast array of health benefits, and has become increasingly more important and popular recently, since its health benefits are better understood due to scientific data. Among other benefits, rosemary essential oil has the ability to foster healthy hair and its growth, to support healthy mental activity, to help support a healthy respiratory system and to soothe overall discomfort.

        Rosemary essential oil was a favorite of Paracelsus, a renowned German-Swiss physician and botanist who contributed greatly to the understanding of herbal medicine during the 16th century. Among other health benefits, Paracelsus valued rosemary essential oil based on its ability to strengthen the health of the entire body.He believed that rosemary essential oil had the ability to support the health of the liver, brain and heart—beliefs that have since been supported by some scientific studies.

        Here are some insights about and ways to use rosemary essential oil:

        • Take internally to support healthy internal organ function.
        • Supports healthy respiratory function
        • May help support healthy digestion
        • Apply to scalp and massage for full-looking hair.
        • Helps reduce nervous tension and occasional fatigue
        • Add one to two drops to meats and favorite entrees.
        • Blend with peppermint or wintergreen oil and a carrier oil or lotion for a soothing massage experience.
        • Blend with tea tree oil for a stimulating scalp massage.
        • Diffuse while studying to maintain concentration.
        • Helps reduce nervous tension and occasional fatigue
        • Mix equal parts of rosemary oil with lavender oil for stress reduction.
        • Combine with Epsom salts and frankincense for a rejuvenating bath experience.

        Rosemary essential oil is often used extensively in aromatherapy due to its versatility as a pleasant aroma in so many popular combinations. Rosemary essential oil blends well with frankincense, lavender, clary sage, cedarwood, basil, thyme, citronella, lemongrass, elemi, geranium, chamomile, peppermint and cardamom.

        NUMA’s Organic Oregano Essential Oil

        Oregano Essential Oil

        Oregano essential oil (Origanum vulgare) has healthy cleansing properties that were first recognized in ancient Greece, where oregano essential oil was often used on skin to help support its health and to maintain a healthy microbial balance. It was also often added to food to maintain a balanced microbial environment.

        Oregano is a plant that is native to higher altitudes and typically grows in the mountains, which, incidentally, is how it got its name oregano, which means “delight of the mountains.”

        Essential oil of oregano is extracted via steam distillation of fresh oregano leaves, which also go by the scientific name Oreganum vulgare. Some of its potent health-supporting components include carvacrol, thymol, cymene, caryophyllene, pinene, bisabolene, linalool, borneol, geranyl acetate, linalyl acetate and terpinene.

        Don’t let that scientific jargon throw you off, though, because they contribute to oregano essential oil’s properties that can provide holistic, powerful support for health.†

        For example, the pinene content found in oregano essential oil has been noted for supporting healthy respiration as well as healthy memory and staying alert.†

        Additionally, linalool is a common element of many essential oils, including oregano essential oil, and has been found to be a strong supporter of healthy cells.†

        And when your cells are healthy, then you can be, too.†

        Here are some uses and insights on oregano essential oil:

        • Add 10 drops to a spray bottle full of water for a last-minute counter spray.
        • Put two to three drops in a veggie capsule to help maintain a healthy immune system.
        • Supports healthy respiratory function
        • May help to support a healthy immune system
        • Used as a powerful cleansing and purifying agent
        • Excellent source of antioxidants
        • Add one drop in place of one tablespoon ground oregano to your favorite Italian dishes.
        • Supports healthy digestion

        Oregano essential oil blends well with the following essential oils: lavender, rosemary, bergamot, chamomile, cypress, cedarwood, tea tree and eucalyptus. These combinations are often made and widely used by aromatherapists and herbalists.

          About NUMA Essentials Organic Essential Oils

          I co-founded NUMA with Jordan Rubin, the New York Times best-selling author of The Maker’s Diet, founder of Garden of Life and Beyond Organic.

          Together, we traveled the world looking for the purest and highest-quality essential oils available. In all, we tested more than 300 different varieties. From that testing, we hand-selected just 12 oils that made the cut.

          Those 12 hand-selected oils became the foundation of our line of NUMA Essentials essential oils.

          NUMA comes from the ancient Greek word pneuma, meaning “breath of life.”

          Both Jordan and I firmly believe that essential oils are a vital component of any health regimen and of a healthy lifestyle..

          We’ve both rigorously tested each NUMA essential oil in order to bring you nothing but the purest, therapeutic-grade, farm-to-your-front-door oils around.

          In fact, every NUMA Essentials essential oil has four core values that we will not compromise on. Those values drive everything we do with our NUMA Organic Essential Oils.


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