The essential oil of helichrysum, or immortelle, is herbaceous and floral. It’s calming to the mind, invocative of spirit, and an extraordinarily talented medicinal.
Try these diffuser blends for soothing the spirit, mind and body.
6 drops Helichrysum Essential Oil
3 drops Palo Santo Essential Oil
4 drops Frankincense Essential Oil
3 drops Tulsi Essential Oil
4 drops Helichrysum Essential Oil
4 drops Lavender Essential Oil
2 drops Vetiver Essential Oil
3 drops Cedar Essential Oil
3 drops Sweet Orange Essential Oil
8 drops Helichrysum Essential Oil
2 drops Eucalyptus Essential Oil
4 drops Silver Fir Essential Oil
2 drops Peppermint Essential Oil… Read more
Citrus oils are diffuser experts; masterfully freshening any space while calming your nervous system. Their bright, sunny aromas are joyful and crowd-pleasing. They simultaneously uplift and relax, making them perfect for evenings entertaining guests, early morning meditation, and winding down before bed.… Read more
There is so much misinformation on the internet about how to safely use essential oils at home. Do essential oils really work? What are the benefits of essential oils? What about the best essential oil brands? … Read more
Why is rose a cherished plant ally? Natural beauty expert Sara Crow shares the science and secrets of this time-honored flower. From nourishing the yin for a gorgeous complexion to supporting the emotional heart for an inner beauty and radiance, rose is one of the most effective and versatile plant medicines.… Read more
Frankincense is a powerful botanical ally with a rich and thrilling history. Entwined with ritual and meditation for centuries, it is a renowned spiritual tool. It is valued for its many healing properties and its intoxicating fragrance and has been used in worship for thousands of years.… Read more
With regular use, your diffuser will start to exhibit signs of essential oil build-up. A regular cleaning practice will ensure that you’re getting the most therapeutic benefits from your essential oils and protect the long-term function of your diffuser.
Method 1: Cleansing Tablets
Simply fill your diffuser with water and add cleansing tablets.… Read more
Spring is synonymous with cleansing, clearing, and freshening. We’ve put together some of our favorite diffuser blends that evoke pastel blossoms and fresh-cut herbs. These blends pack healing magic for lightening your space, clearing your mind, and inspiring the season of renewal.
Try encouraging deeper emotional and psychological shifts by incorporating a seasonally appropriate flower essence such as Renewal, Purify & Manifest, or Transformation: add a few drops to your diffuser blends and your beverages regularly over a period of weeks.… Read more
by Lily Kardon
It’s easy to forget how many transitions our children go through in their daily rhythm. With morning separations, learning time, engaging on the playground, and quiet time, there are many different stages in a kid’s day and lots of different moods throughout.
We’ve put together this guide to help you support your little ones as they move through their tender years.… Read more
by Lily Kardon
Urban living can be energetically taxing. Overstimulation and disconnect from earth rhythms deplete our stores and bombard our systems.
Botanicals can reverse the negative effects of city life by calming the nervous system and rejuvenating our spirit. With the help of plant allies we can fully enjoy the art, music, and food that make cities such wonderful places to live.… Read more
By Haley Ausserer
Eucalyptus is one of the most beloved and widely used essential oils. Therapeutically versatile, it can be used for:… Read more
By Lily Kardon
Botanical massage oils entrance while bringing us into the present moment. They can transport us to an otherworldly realm while anchoring us in sensory experience.
Here are three of our favorite blends for quieting the mind, activating the heart, and awakening the pleasure realm.… Read more
By Lily Kardon
In Ayurveda, vata refers to an imbalance of wind and ether-like qualities. Mentally and emotionally, this can refer to indecisive or nervous thoughts that lead to anxiety. Physically, vata-type imbalance presents as dry skin and hair, cold extremities and poor circulation, weight loss, and diminished appetite.… Read more