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Poya Essential Oil (10 ML)

Poya Essential Oil (10 ML)

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The Essence of Nature - 100% Pure Essential Oils

Essential Oils are the highly concentrated, aromatic and volatile essences of plants, found in their flowers and fruits, leaves and stems, and bark and roots. One of the easiest ways to see this is to press an orange rind, which will release the tangy, orange fragrance from the essential oil of the peel. Often extracted through steam distillation, many oils retain the essence of the plant, which comprise the constituents of their immune systems.

Though imperative in aromatherapy, Essential Oils are also used in cosmetics, pharmaceuticals, soaps and toiletries, candles and domestic cleaning products. All Poya Essential Oils are premium-grade botanical oils –assurance to our customers of their high quality. They are powerful and concentrated, so care must be taken to ensure they are never applied to the skin undiluted.

Includes (1) 10 ML vial of selected Poya Essential Oil. See below for our selection of Poya Essential Oils.

Known as the ‘blue gum tree’, this is the most common eucalyptus species in the world. No species of Eucalyptus has ever received as much attention from botanists due to the early discovery of its many therapeutic benefits.

Eucalyptus is an extremely versatile essential oil with powerful antibacterial, antifungal and anti-infectious properties, making it indispensable for preventing coughs and colds spreading. A concentration of only 2% Eucalyptus Essential Oil dispersed in a vaporizer has been shown to destroy 70% of the Staphylococcus bacteria in the affected room. Widely used in aromatherapy to relieve sinus and respiratory problems, Eucalyptus Essential Oil is known for its harmonizing properties and there is a history of its application to sore muscles and joints.

Steam-distilled from the wood and teal-coloured leaves of this beautiful, tall evergreen, it is familiar to most people as the flavouring and medicinal agent in cough drops, but it is also responsible for the clean, fresh scent in many bath oils and cleaning solutions. Eucalyptus Essential Oil is thin, but it has a strong top note that is woody and herbaceous.

How To Use

To lift depression, vaporize 3 drops Eucalyptus Essential Oil and 3 drops Peppermint Essential Oil. To clear cluttered thoughts, take a bath with 2 drops Eucalyptus Essential Oil and 4 drops Frankincense Essential Oil. It is widely used in aromatherapy to relieve sinus and respiratory congestion via diffusers, vaporizers, and inhalers.

To clear blocked nasal passages, try an inhalation with 3 drops Eucalyptus Essential Oil and 3 drops Lavandin Essential Oil. In a water spray it can clear the air of tobacco smoke, and sprayed on fabrics, it will discourage insects and kill bacteria and mites.

Try 6 drops in a tub of tepid water on a hot day for a refreshing bath. After a tough workout or gardening, 9 drops of Eucalyptus blended with 9 drops of Sweet Birch in a tablespoon (15 ml) of carrier oil or Witch Hazel makes for a soothing muscle rub.
Lavender (French) is a popular choice amongst both aromatherapists and massage therapists for its combination of therapeutic qualities and pleasant floral scent. Herbalist regards Lavender French as the most useful and versatile essential oil for therapeutic purposes.

From the Latin to wash, these lovely purple buds have been used from time immemorial to scent toilet waters and sachets, spice culinary blends and wines, tucked into night caps to repel lice, and as a remedial for burns and cuts. Its cytophylactic properties promote rapid healing and help reduce scarring.

The pale yellow oil is steam-distilled from the flowers of this little evergreen shrub, and has proved itself as the most common and well-rounded house-hold remedy for everything from cuts and burns, to stress reduction and sleeplessness. An anti-bacterial, it is a must- have for your First- aid kit.

Lavender’s perfectly balanced floral- herbaceous aroma provides an unmatched array of attributes – calming, relaxing, refreshing, toning and cleansing, making it the most popular oil in aromatherapy.

A major essential oil used by the perfumery industry since Roman times, it has been a star ingredient for at least 2,000 - possibly longer if it were the ingredient known as spikenard in the Bible.

How To Use

To relieve muscular aches, take a bath with 4 drops Lavender Essential Oil and 2 drops Vetiver Essential Oil.

One old-fashioned remedy for sleeplessness is to rub a drop on the bottom of your big toe at bedtime!

As an antibacterial, it discourages air-borne illnesses and makes a delightful addition to cleaners for the sickroom and bathroom. In a diffuser it makes a natural air freshener.
Lemon Essential Oil has a strong, purifying, citrus scent that is revitalizing and uplifting. Limonene is the naturally occurring chemical constituent within Lemon Essential Oil that gives it its distinct lemony aroma. It has been used as a beauty aid for millennia, cleansing and clarifying the skin and hair. It is a disinfectant, and as a gentle solvent, enhances the cleaning solutions in which it is used as well as leaves a fresh scent.

This clear, slightly greenish fragrant oil has a thin consistency and is used as a top note in perfumes. It has been cold-pressed from the peel of this thorny little evergreen which, though native to India, is now cultivated world-wide. Its addition to waters and lotions have helped to tone, cleanse, and brighten the skin, scalp and hair as well as treating acne, cuts and boils.

How To Use

Lemon Essential Oil is used in aromatherapy to lift the spirits. In a diffuser it scents the home, and brightens the general atmosphere.

To fight flu or cold, try an inhalation of 3 drops Lemon Essential Oil and 3 drops Tea tree Essential Oil.

It can be used in blended massage oils or diluted in the bath to assist with digestive problems, lack of energy, fatigue, infections, flu, obesity, rheumatism, depression and stress.

Added to unscented cleaning products, it assists with breaking down grime and disinfecting surfaces, while leaving a lemony fresh scent, all without negatively impacting the environment.

It can be used in a cream or lotion to clear congested skin. The astringent properties are great for oily skin conditions. The antiseptic effect of lemon oil on the other hand, helps to treat any cuts, boils and minor wounds. The rubefacient action of the oil further helps to sort out cellulite, as well as helping with acne.

And because so little can greatly enhance the properties of other oils, it is very popular in scent blends for all types of cosmetic products.
The familiar orange scent makes this one of the world's most popular oils and the heart of many floral blends. Its gentle, clarifying nature cheers the heart, brightens the mood and is a valuable oil for many ailments.

This luscious-smelling Essential Oil is cold-pressed from the sweet fruit of a Brazilian evergreen that is smaller than the Bitter Orange tree. Its scent of medium strength is used as a middle note in perfumery, while the oil is concentrated and bright, and blends well with other citruses and spices.

Orange Sweet oil contains about 90% limonene, which is in many household cleaners. Because of this, Orange Sweet oil is used as an earth friendly alternative to many common household cleaners.

How To Use

To alleviate anxiety and insomnia, vaporize 4 drops Sweet Orange Essential Oil.

Blended with Lavender and used in a car diffuser, it eases the stress of driving; add a drop of Vanilla and watch bored cranky kids turn into back-seat gigglers.

It dissolves adhesives from glass and fabric and assists cleaners in doing their job without negatively impacting the environment.

It is known to promote digestion, ease constipation and increase the absorption of vitamin C. Use as massage oil in the abdominal area.

Orange Sweet Essential oil is shown to promote the production of collagen as well as increase the blood flow to the skin. It is helpful at soothing dry, irritated skin as well as acne-prone skin. It is excellent for rubbing on calluses on the feet.

The D-limonene in Sweet Orange essential oil is an extremely effective insect repellent. Wipe or spray it wherever pests come into your house: cracks, around windows and doors. It can also be safely used in your pantry to repel moths, worms and ants instead of using poisonous substances.
The aroma of Peppermint Oil is familiar to most - potent, fresh and minty that produces a cooling and refreshing sensation. A favourite around Christmas and the holidays, it is well - known for its refreshing and revitalizing properties.

This refreshing garden herb has been used as a flavouring agent and medicinal home remedy for centuries. Its thin, usually colourless or pale yellow steam-distilled oil has been produced for commercial use in North America since the 1700's, where half of the world's mint continues to be grown.

The Peppermint leaves contain menthol which induces a cooling sensation and use of Peppermint Oil in a body mist or in a diffuser could cool you down. It is a well-known fact that menthol helps ease tension headaches, muscular aches and pains. Emotionally, Peppermint Oil is known to be stimulating and is a good choice for blends intended to enhance alertness and stamina.

How To Use

In aromatherapy, Peppermint is used to revive and refresh. We love it in candies and breath mints, while diluted in carrier oil such as Sweet Almond and massaged on the abdomen, it may help with digestive aches.

To improve poor concentration, vaporize 3 drops Peppermint and 3 drops Rosemary.

To ease nausea, or travel or morning sickness, inhale 2 drops Peppermint on a tissue.

To ease fatigue, take a bath in 2 drops Peppermint and 4 drops Myrtle. It also helps to ease menstrual cramping, and with colds. To reduce pain after sprains or strain, use a cold compress with 2 drops Peppermint and 2 drops Yarrow.

On baseboards, it is great at repelling insects - especially spiders!
Native to Sri Lanka, this lemon-scented grass is a close relative of Lemongrass and Palmarosa. It is extracted from a resilient grass native to Sri Lanka and Java. In traditional Sri Lankan medicine, crushed leaves were used to heal wounds.

Citronella's lovely, soothing scent has been appreciated throughout history, and it is once again becoming a product of choice for health-conscious customers. Steamed- distilled from leaves, it has a well-rounded lemon citrus scent, though it is much softer than actual Lemon, and it has subtle woody notes.

How To Use

Citronella Essential Oil is credited with having beneficial aromatic properties and most people will associate it with its delightful scent. It is often used in combination with Cedarwood to produce pleasant-smelling patio candles and torches.

Citronella is also used in smaller amounts in deodorants, and in products for oily skin and hair. To ease physical exhaustion, add 2 drops Citronella and 4 drops Myrtle to a warm bath.
Its name meaning 'flower of flowers', Ylang Ylang (pronounced ee-lang' ee-lang) is a tropical tree that produces its flowers in three different colours – yellow, pink and mauve – all with thick, highly scented petals. The yellow flowers yield the best-quality essential oil.

Steam distilled from the flowers, the sweet and floral aroma of Ylang Ylang is very calming and relaxing.

How To Use

Ylang Ylang Oil can assist with problems such as high blood pressure, rapid breathing and heartbeat, nervous conditions, as well as impotence and frigidity.

Spiritual practitioners claim that the users of Ylang Ylang are those who have been drawn to the oil. Ylang Ylang Oil is best suited for use in the perfumery and skincare industries. Ylang Ylang is believed to heighten the senses.
This invigoratingly fresh Essential Oil is cold-pressed from Pink Grapefruit grown south of the border in sunny Mexico. The fruit of this large tree with large white blossoms is the basis for this thin peach-coloured oil that enhances the scent of other citrus oils. It has a middle note with medium strength that brightens blends of herbal and spicy oils. The Grapefruit (Pink) Essential Oil has a fresh, sweet citrus smell that is very characteristic of the fruit.

Its bright aroma is believed by aromatherapists to be energizing and a spiritual up-lifter. It is also used with congested, oily and acne-prone skin, and it is added to creams and lotions as a natural toner in the treatment of cellulite. Grapefruit Essential Oil is reputed to comfort nervous exhaustion, soothe depression, and relieve muscle fatigue and stiffness.

The differences between the White and Pink Grapefruit are minor. More Pink Grapefruit is produced because it is sweeter than the White variety.

How To Use

Mix 3 drops with a teaspoon of face cream and a teaspoon of cornmeal for a moisturizing exfoliant that is especially good for troubled skin.

To help relieve depression and lift dark moods, vaporize 4 drops Grapefruit Essential Oil and 4 drops Geranium Essential Oil.

Adding a drop or two of Grapefruit Essential Oil to the shampoo bottle will result in a lustrous shine in one's hair. It has also been shown to help eliminate oily scalps and other skin and hair conditions.

Blended with Tea Tree and added to Witch Hazel, Pink Grapefruit makes an excellent toner for those combatting acne.

Add a few drops to the rinse water when washing out the fridge, cupboards, or counter to help keep germs at bay while adding a touch of sunshine to kitchen chores.

A few drops in a diffuser will help to make guests feel welcome.

Finally, the scent of Pink Grapefruit in an inhaler may help lift fatigue when working late or studying.
Botanists believe that most lime trees originated in Burma and India, and were brought to the Mediterranean region more than a thousand years ago by early Arab traders. Lime Essential Oil is considered the most aromatically potent of the citrus oils. Historically, Lime has been used to prevent sailors long at sea from developing scurvy.

Lime Essential Oil is traditionally well known for its ability to cleanse, purify and renew the spirit and the mind, and is said to be effective in cleansing the aura, enabling better decision–making.

Cold–pressed from the fruit’s peel, which tends to be thinner than lemon or orange peel, it is full of tiny oil-filled sacs. Its aroma is sharp and mouth-wateringly citrusy and fresh.

How To Use

Lime Essential Oil has a crisp, refreshing citrus scent that has been used by aromatherapists for its uplifting and revitalizing properties. It acts as an astringent on skin where it is applied to help clear oily skin.

To support the body’s systems while fighting a cold or flu, try inhalations and daily baths with 2 drops Lime and 4 drops Ginger.
If you’re feeling overwhelmed, unsure, and indecisive or confused, you may find that the soothing aroma of Rosemary will help you clear your head. Simply adding our Rosemary Oil to your diffuser will help balance intense emotions, control mood swings as well as promote clarity and direction.

Known for its antibacterial, antifungal, antiseptic and antiviral properties, Rosemary is an amazing oil to have on hand for kitchen countertops and eliminating stale odors.

How To Use

Add 2.5 ml / ½ tsp. of Rosemary Morocco Essential Oil in 250 ml / 8 oz. of shampoo or conditioner for a truly herbal treat. Use 7 drops in the tub for a fragrant herbal bath. Add 3 drops to 2 oz. of unscented cream to give it a mild but exhilarating fragrance. Putting 12 drops in a 2 oz. spray bottle of distilled water will create an all-purpose air freshener, facial mist, and pillow spray before bedtime.
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