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Purifying Essential Oils Kit

  • Ancient Apothecary Organic Eucalyptus Essential Oil - 15mL
  • Ancient Apothecary Organic Lavender Essential Oil - 15mL
  • Ancient Apothecary Organic Breathe EZ Blend Essential Oil - 15Ml
  • Certified USDA Organic
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Purifying Essential Oils Kit

$63.90
$63.90
One-Time Purchase
  • Ancient Apothecary Organic Eucalyptus Essential Oil - 15mL
  • Ancient Apothecary Organic Lavender Essential Oil - 15mL
  • Ancient Apothecary Organic Breathe EZ Blend Essential Oil - 15Ml
  • Certified USDA Organic

Reset Your Body and Mind with 3 Purifying Ancient Apothecary Oils

For topical, aromatherapy or dietary purposes.

This convenient kit is perfect for people who are looking for an assist with sleep, stress and more. Supports:

  • Relaxation (Lavender)
  • Easier Breathing (Breathe EZ)
  • Microbial Balance (Eucalyptus Oil)

These three fan-favorites are perfect for diffusing, combining with carrier oils and more.

Cautions: Possible skin sensitivity. Consult your physician before use, especially if pregnant, nursing, taking medication or if you have a medical condition. Avoid eyes, mucous membranes, and sensitive skin. Keep out of reach of children.

 

Ancient Apothecary Lavender Essential Oil

  • Certified USDA Organic and Non GMO
  • 15mL / .5 ounce
  • Calming, Clean Scent
  • Promotes feelings of relaxation†
  • Dr. Axe says,  “I believe lavender essential oil can be a supporter of healthy skin†, and when I get a minor scrape or struggle with skin issues, lavender oil is my go-to. I just mix a few drops with a little bit of coconut oil and rub it right onto my skin. I also, like to use it for a relaxing massage, for a calming bath, or even to diffuse it right before bed or place a drop on my pillow at night, since it can promote feelings of relaxation.† “

    Lavender essential oil is the most used essential oil in the world today, but the benefits of lavender were actually discovered over 2,500 years ago. Because of its powerful properties, lavender oil benefits abound and it’s been used both cosmetically and overall health for centuries.

    Historically, the Egyptians used lavender for mummification and as a perfume. In fact, it’s said that when King Tut’s tomb was opened in 1923, there was said to be a faint scent of lavender that could still be detected after 3,000 years.

    Wow!

    Early and modern aromatherapy texts advocate for lavender’s use as a microbial-balancing essential oil.†  The leaves and stems of the plant were used to prepare decoctions for health-supporting purposes as well as for cosmetic purposes. The Romans used lavender oil for bathing, cooking and purifying the air.

    Over time it’s become obvious: With its calming properties and varied uses, lavender oil is often a must-have oil people simply don’t want to be without.

    Lavender oil is a favorite addition to perfumes, soaps and candles because of its pleasant floral scent. But it’s more than just a charming smell. It also has a whole host of benefits that date back thousands of years. In fact, in the Bible, lavender oil was among the aromatics used for anointing those with health needs.

    Then there’s this famous account: Do you remember the biblical story about Mary breaking a bottle of spikenard on the ground and then washing Jesus’ feet with her hair? The oil in that bottle is thought to have been lavender, chosen specifically for its elegant, soothing support. And that’s just one piece of lavender oil’s incredible history.

    Another amazing story happened over 100 years ago when a French researcher named René-Maurice Gattefossé suffered a mishap that affected the skin on his arms. The incident happened quickly and he was in his lab, so he promptly put his arms in what he thought was a vat of water. Instead, and to his surprise, he soaked his arm in a vat of lavender oil and—by accident—he experienced firsthand (so to speak) the benefits lavender oil can have for the skin.†  In fact, he believed his skin was greatly helped, thanks to lavender oil.

    Lavender oil uses:

    • Add a few drops of lavender to pillows, bedding, or bottoms of feet at bedtime.
    • Diffuse to help ease tense feelings.  
    • Add to bath water to soak away stress or apply to temples and the back of the neck.
    • Use a drop to soothe occasional skin irritations.
    • Use a drop occasionally (topically) to ease the appearance of skin imperfections.
    • Freshen your linen closet, mattress, car, or the air by combining lavender with water in a spray bottle.
    • Take as a supplement by diluting one drop in four ounces of water, or by placing one drop in an empty supplement capsule,and consume. 
    • Use in cooking to soften citrus flavors and add a flavorful twist to marinades, baked goods, and desserts.

    Ancient Apothecary Breathe EZ Essential Oil Blend

  • Certified USDA Organic and Non GMO
  • 15mL / .5 ounce
  • Crisp, Clearing, Refreshing
  • Supports a healthy response to stress†
  • Supports healthy microbial balance†
  • Supports a healthy respiratory system†
  • Supports healthy digestion†
  • Supports healthy microbial balance†
  • Supports healthy cognitive function†
  • Supports healthy hair†
  • Supports healthy microbial balance†
  • Supports a healthy respiratory system
  • Dr. Axe says, “Breathe EZ is a refreshing essential oil blend of eucalyptus, thyme, peppermint, rosemary and bergamot. I diffuse it when I want to breathe it in and experience its refreshing scent.”

    Eucalyptus and peppermint have long been known to help ease uncomfortable breathing due to seasonal challenges and more, while thyme, rosemary and bergamot can generally help support healthy respiratory function.

    Eucalyptus

    Although it's grown all over the world, eucalyptus trees are native to Australia. For thousands of years, the Australian Aborigine people have praised the plant for its benefits.

    Hailing from the fresh leaves of the towering evergreen eucalyptus tree, eucalyptus essential oil  offers a truly refreshing, exhilarating experience. Eucalyptus essential oil is sometimes known as Black Peppermint Oil. It is steam-distilled from the leaves and twigs of the tall evergreen tree that is native to Australia.

    Eucalyptus oil has a distinctive aroma and taste, but is colorless with numerous beneficial 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.

    Peppermint

    With a high menthol content, peppermint oil is a treasured oil with many benefits, and has been a favorite since ancient times due to its distinct effects on the senses and for its beneficial properties.

    Peppermint belongs to the Lamiaceae family. 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.

    Peppermint’s characteristic refreshingly cool-breeze mint quality is due to its content of menthol, the essential oil found in its fresh leaves and in its stem.

    Thyme

    Thyme possesses an innate chemistry which generally helps to support a healthy immune system, but also is a warm, potent oil with other benefits.

    Thyme is a common herb that has a history of being used as a spice or condiment, but also has beneficial properties, due to its health-supporting constituents: alpha thujone, alpha pinene, camphene, beta pinene, para cymene, alpha terpinene, linalool, borneol, beta caryophyllene, thymol and carvacrol.

    Historically, thyme was placed beneath pillows to help promote a restful sleep, and was also used in baths for a cleansing, purifying and soothing experience.

    Hippocrates, known as “the Father of Medicine,” indicated that thyme is an outstanding culinary herb with beneficial uses, including supporting a healthy respiratory system.

    Rosemary

    Rosemary 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. 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. Among other benefits, rosemary essential oil has the ability to foster healthy hair, 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.

    Bergamot

    Although bergamot is a tropical plant which can also thrive in Europe, its roots can be traced back to Southeast Asia, bergamot was more widely cultivated in the southern part of Italy. Bergamot essential oil was even named after the city of Bergamo in Lombardy, Italy, where it was originally sold. In fact, in Italy, bergamot has been used for years to soothe and rejuvenate the skin as well as to ease feelings of stress and to soothe the digestive system.

    However, bergamot oil is also produced in the Ivory Coast, Argentina, Turkey, Brazil and Morocco.

    Bergamot is a citrus fruit whose rind is used for extracting bergamot essential oil. In Greece, the unripened fruits of bergamot are consumed—by the spoonful as a dessert or along with coffee.

    Bergamot’s powerful yet pleasant aroma makes it a popular component to many perfumes, where it is often used as the “top note.” It is citrus in its base notes, but also has a certain spiciness to it. That combination makes it a great oil to be mixed with sandalwood, jasmine and rosemary.

    The composition of bergamot oil includes alpha-pinene, alpha bergapten, alpha-terpineol, limonene, linalool, linalyl acetate, nerol, neryl acetate, beta bisabolene, geraniol, geraniol acetate, and myrcene. All have health benefits.

    Many people seek out bergamot for the fruit itself or for its essential oil, both of which feature beneficial nutrients. In folk herbalism, bergamot was used for health reasons, such as for healthy digestion, healthy microbial balance and more. In traditional Chinese herbalism, bergamot is said to support a healthy flow of energy for digestive health support, for healthy microbial balance, for soothing occasional muscle discomfort and for boosting skin health.

    As a delicate citrus plant, bergamot needs a special climate and soil so that it can thrive, and is believed to have both uplifting and calming qualities, while supporting positive feelings and mindset. Likewise, it’s purifying and cleansing for the skin, and delivering a soothing effect.  

    Breathe EZ can be applied topically (with a carrier oil) to the chest, back, to the bottoms of feet, or diffused during the day or even at night.

    Breathe EZ uses:

    • Rub a drop or two on palms and inhale directly or diffuse in water via a diffuser.
    • Rub on chest or soles of feet for a refreshing experience.
    • Diffuse at bedtime to set the stage for the night’s sleep.
    • Rub on while outdoors to help repel insects.
    • Diffuse throughout the house or office for a cleansing, “Breathe EZ” aroma.
    • Add a few drops to a spray bottle, along with water, for a DIY non-toxic cleanser.

    Ancient Apothecary Eucalyptus Essential Oil 

  • Certified USDA Organic and Non GMO
  • 15mL / .5 ounce
  • Cleansing, Exhilarating, Refreshing
  • Supports a healthy microbial balance†
  • Dr. Axe says,  “Aromatherapists love eucalyptus oil for its distinctive aroma. Parents love eucalyptus oil for its powerful cleansing properties and for giving a sense of comfortable breathing. What’s not to love?”

    Although it's grown all over the world, eucalyptus trees are native to Australia. For thousands of years, the Australian Aborigine people have praised the plant for its benefits.

    Hailing from the fresh leaves of the towering evergreen eucalyptus tree, eucalyptus essential oil  offers a truly refreshing, exhilarating experience. Eucalyptus essential oil is sometimes known as Black Peppermint Oil. It is steam-distilled from the leaves and twigs of the tall evergreen tree that is native to Australia.

    Eucalyptus oil has a distinctive aroma and taste, but is colorless with numerous beneficial 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.

    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. 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 and more.

    Use of eucalyptus essential oil 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.

    Eucalyptus Uses

    • Add to a spray bottle with water and use it to wipe down surfaces in your kitchen or bathroom.
    • Mix with a carrier oil and rub on chest to help support a sense of clear and refreshing breathing.
    • Place a few drops in your morning bath or shower to invigorate and promote a sense of 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.
    • Make a DIY cooling, refreshing spray by placing several drops in a spray bottle (plus peppermint oil, if you’d like) and spritz on the body
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