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Our Scents

Our creations & those popularly known


*Most information on this page is from one of my research books that describe and give the most updated and accurate source. The Modern Herbal Dispensatory by Thomas Easley & Steven Horne. Other research was collected from A Modern Herbal by Mrs. M. Grieve, National Geographic's' books: Desk Reference to Nature's Medicine , Guide to Medicinal Herbs , & Complete Guide to Natural Home Remedies. These are just some of the books and references I have used to research this information. But these are the most that I use.* 


Spring Garden

Our Spring Garden selection is our exclusive scent that always makes spring feel like it's in the air, even during the heat of summer. A mixture of sultry Jasmine, light & airy lavender, and the clean scent of Juniper Berries. More slight scents in the background to give slight hints of other floral aromas.



Sweet, floral, and rich aroma. Helps calm and nourish dry skin and fights signs of aging. Aroma is relaxing and calming to the nerves.

Warnings - Jasmine essential oil should not be taken internall.

Energetics - Relaxing and Calming

Properties - Aromatic and antidepressant


Juniper Berries:

Juniper Berry strongly stimulates kidney function and has antiseptic properties. It is commonly used for edema and other urinary problems. It also stimulates digestion. 

Warnings -  The volatile oils in juniper can be irritating to the kidneys nad the nervous system with long-term use. Not recommended when kidneys are inflamed or in cases the nephritis and nephrosis.

Energetics - Warming and Drying

Properties - Antfungal, antiseptic, aromatic, carminative, and diuretic.




Lavender is a relaxing nervine that eases tension and anxiety. It lifts mood and is mildly antidepressant. Lavender has a mild analgesic effect and can ease headaches and migraines when taken soon after onset. The essential oil of lavender is antifungal and is a great remedy for burns.

Warnings - No known warnings

Energetics - Relaxing and slightly warming

Properties - Analgesic (anodyne), antifungal, aromatic, and relaxant





Chamomile is a mild sedative and a good gastric anti-inflammatory. It calms the nerves, settles the stomach, and helps expel gas. This is an excellent nervine agent, especially for children. Use it homeopathically or make it into a tea and sweeten for colic, hyperactivity, teething, fussiness, fever, or irritability in infants and children.


Chamomile is useful for colds and flu in children when combined with elder flower, peppermint, and yarrow.


Warnings- Allergic reactions to chamomile are not common but are more common than with many other herbs.

Energetics - Cooling and relaxing

Properties - Antispasmodic, aromatic, carminative, diaphoretic, digestive tonic, and nervine.


Lavender & Chamomile

This is a calming and relaxing blend of Lavender & Chamomile that helps relax the mind and can help with sleep. As you get the light floral of Lavender and the mellow sweetness of Chamomile your mind and body is able to relax and allows the mind to ease into a calm state to sleep easier. 




This is a combination of Rose Petals, Hibiscus Petals, and a little lavender. There are some additional undertones with skin applications. Rose known to have a perfumed floral and slight musky scent that is thought to be relaxing and restorative because it encourages deep and slow breaths. Hibiscus do not have much of a strong scent. It’s a quiet and modest sweet smell that attracts butterflies and hummingbirds. Lavender, of course, is known for its calming, light & airy floral scent. 


Rose flowers have been among the most revered herbs throughout history for good reason. They gladden the heart when its burdened with stress, grief, overworked, and unpleasant emotions.  Even just inhaling or looking at them imparts healing properties, helping you "stop and smell the roses." 

Warnings - No known issues.

Energetics - cooling, drying, and slightly constricting

Properties -  Antihypertensive, antidiabetic, antianxiety, hypnotic, anti-inflammatory, nervine, anti-aging properties and antidepressant




Eucalyptus has a sharp minty and woody scent that is known to help with Asthma, Bronchitis and brain fog. Research suggests that eucalyptus oil eases joint pain. In fact, many popular over-the-counter creams and ointments used to soothe pain from conditions like osteoarthritis and rheumatoid arthritis contain this essential oil. Eucalyptus oil helps to reduce pain and inflammation associated with many conditions. I would never suggest putting Eucalyptus oil directly on or in your body unless diluted or mixed in with something else (such as a salve or balm). It has been known to cause skin irritations if applied directly.


Bay Woods

This scent is a mixture of Bay leaves, orange peels, whole cloves, and frankincense. More of a "manly" or musky scent with the spices and slight sweetness of citrus. There are some other herbs and scents in the undertones to give the main ones a boost. Bay Leaves have been proven to be useful in the treatment of migraines. Where citrus gives a refreshing feeling. 

There are more scents that may be added later. And if there is something specific you are looking for, please feel free to contact me and ask. I can do almost any mix. I use mostly natural and organic ingredients to create the scents and Essential oils to boost those scents. Essential oils are not my base or go to for most of my products. They are there to help as an underlying ingredient.

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