Essential Oils enhance health, beauty and well being. They energise and detoxify. They represent an ideal alternative for looking after your body, your mind and your spirit. They are one of nature's most effective tools for stimulating and storing positive energy, providing us with great support in our quest for a balanced, healthy and harmonious life.  

We currently carry the following Essential Oils


Arthritis                                     Muscle Blend
As Ma                                       Natural Home
Female Balance                          Respair
Headache                                  Rest Assured
Immune Boost                           Sinus Clear
Labour Support                          Warming Winter


Eucalyptus radiate                     Patchouli
Geranium South Africa              Peppermint Yakima
Grapefruit Pink                         Rosemary ct Cineol
Lavender France                       Tangerine
Lemon                                     Tee Tree
Orange                                    Ylang Ylang extra

Here is a Cleaner that is safe for most surfaces except Glass - easy to make and pleasant to use!

• 1 teaspoon sodium lauryl sulfoacetate
• 1 teaspoon borax
• 2 tablespoons white vinegar
• 2 cups hot water
• 1/4 teaspoon eucalyptus essential oil
• 1/4 teaspoon lavender essential oil
• 3 drops tea tree essential oil 

Essential Oils 

The recorded use of essential oils extends as far back as 5000 years. They are mentioned in ancient Ayurvedic texts with reference to their powerful properties in healing the body and the mind. The ancient Egyptians extracted them by infusion and used them for cosmetics, healing, food preservation and embalming, as well as for religious ceremonies and incense making. Every god and goddess in ancient Egypt was allotted an essence. Cleopatra is said to have bathed in rose petals.

The ancient Chinese also used essential oils for religious purposes and for healing, massage, and incense making. Incense burning was, and still is, an important part of the religious ceremonies in China.

In India, some temples were built out of sandalwood in an effort to join the gods and the worshipers in fragrant unity.

The ancient Greeks, who owe much of their knowledge to the Egyptians, also linked essences to the spirit. The Greeks considered scents a direct gift from the gods. They believed that the afterworld, or paradise they called Elysium, was a place where perfumed rivers flow.

Today, Essential Oils have conquered the market. Countless shops around the world display rows of tiny bottles, filled with precious essences, serving hundreds of different purposes, whether for the hair, the skin, the body, or for stress relaxation and mood uplifting.