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September 22, 2021

All Natural Essential Oils Made in USA

Essential oils are compounds extracted from plants. The oils capture the plant’s scent and flavor, or “essence.” Unique aromatic compounds give each essential oil its characteristic essence. Essential oils are obtained through distillation (via steam and/or water) or mechanical methods, such as cold pressing. Once the aromatic chemicals have been extracted, they are combined with a carrier oil to create a product that’s ready for use. The way the oils are made is important, as essential oils obtained through chemical processes are not considered true essential oils.

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Grampa's Garden

September 22, 2021
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  2. About Us In 1993, we founded Grampa's Garden to provide

    all-natural therapy and comfort products to help you live a healthy life. Our self-care products help relax, balance, and rejuvenate the body, mind, and soul. Most of our self-care items are hand crafted right here in Maine by people who care about your health and protecting the environment. With energy prices on the rise we know how hard it is to part with hard-earned money. The good news, of course, is that a heatable Grampa's Garden product around your shoulders on a chilly winter day will not only treat you to comforting, therapeutic warmth, it may help you to turn that thermostat down a notch or two! Grampa and Gramma called the outdoors "a garden of natural healing." Their wisdom and ethics remain the inspiration behind my physical therapy work and our line of therapeutic comfort products. Today, we continue to use only the finest ingredients in every product we make.
  3. Lavender Essential Oil LAVENDER - 100% Pure Plant, Therapeutic Grade

    Essential Oil Parts Used: flowers Scent Characteristics: floral, herbaceous, light with woody undertones History: Lavender has not fallen out of favor for centuries now! The name comes from the Latin “Lavare” which means “to wash.” It has been most commonly used in laundry, baths, and for cleaning out wounds. It is well known that René-Maurice Gattefossé learned of lavender’s healing properties the day he burned himself in his lab and doused the burn in lavender oil. This experience also led to Gattefossé coining the term“Aromathérapie.” Benefits: The universal oil, flea and tick repellent, bronchitis, hypotensive, respiratory, muscular, and circulatory systems, sedative, calming, insomnia, muscle relaxant, inflammation, acne, burns, sunburn, eases depression, hiccups, skin conditions, asthma, bronchitis, headaches (blend with peppermint),powerful tonic for the entire system
  4. Peppermint Essential Oil PEPPERMINT - 100% Pure Plant, Therapeutic Grade

    Essential Oil Botanical Name: Mentha piperita Parts Used: flowering herb Scent Characteristics: minty, hot, herbaceous, with a vegetative back note History: What do you get when you cross Spearmint and Watermint? Peppermint! There are many varieties of mint, and they naturally and easily cross-pollinate with each other. Peppermint is now classified as a hybrid. It was propagated before the 17th century in England and now cultivated worldwide. It has also been widely used in personal hygiene products including aftershave and toothpaste. Benefits: cooling, stimulant to heart, brain, and pancreas, nerve tonic, anesthetic, pain, decongests the prostate, regulates ovarian hormones, for insufficient liver and pancreases enzymes, flatulence, belching, headache (blend with Lavender), migraines, nerve pain (sciatica), kidney and gallstones, cools a fever, menstrual cramps, sinusitis, calms the mind, depression, respiratory distress, aching muscles, nausea, increases blood flow, sore throat, irritable colon, halts negative thoughts, infectious diseases, lymph drainage, asthma, arthritis, insect bites, toothache.Treats nausea and car sickness
  5. Eucalyptus Essential Oil EUCALYPTUS - 100% Pure Plant, Therapeutic Grade

    Essential Oil Botanical Name: Eucalyptus globulus Parts Used: leaves, twigs Blends Well With: Cedar Atlas, Chamomile-German, Chamomile-Roman, Cypress, Geranium, Ginger, Grapefruit, Juniper Berry, Lavender, Lemon, Sweet Marjoram, Peppermint, Pine, Rosemary and Thyme. Scent: very strong camphoraceous, medicinal Advisory: Possible sensitivity in some individuals. DO NOT take internally. It is toxic if taken this way. This is the strongest Eucalyptus and is NOT recommended for babies, children, or the elderly or pets.
  6. Ylang Ylang Essential Oil YLANG YLANG - 100% Pure Plant,

    Therapeutic Grade Essential Oil Botanical Name: Cananga odorata Parts Used: freshly picked flowers Scent Characteristics: tropical, fruity, fatty, sweet, and floral History: In Indonesia, Ylang Ylang flowers are put on the bed of newlywed couples for their wedding night. The leaves are often used to eliminate itching and the resin of the tree was used to treat muscle aches and pains. In Victorian England it was heavily used in a hair oil, known as Macassar oil. It was so widely used that housewives took to making covers to protect the backs of their chairs, which is where the name Antimacassar came from. It is most often used in perfumes, cosmetics, and hair treatments, as well as many desserts, candies, and other food items. Benefits: pain relief, aphrodisiac, nerve tonic, euphoric, sedative, eases depression, eases frigidity and impotence, sexual tonic, anti-spasmodic, diabetes, arterial hypertension, sexual weakness, frigidity, for inflammation, anti-parasite, congestion of pelvic area, all types of skin conditions, itching, scabs
  7. Sweet Orange Essential Oil Orange (Sweet) - 100% Pure Plant,

    Therapeutic Grade Essential Oil Botanical Name: Citrus sinensis Parts Used: peel Scent Characteristics: citrus, sugary sweet with light floral notes History: Oranges are the most popular of all citrus fruits. It is believed by many that the “Golden Apples of the Hesperides” referred to in Greek mythology are actually oranges rather than apples. In China, dried oranges were eaten to relieve bloating in the stomach. The peel was taken to relieve coughs. It was also used to help the spleen and stomach function properly, as well as be a general overall tonic for the body. Oranges have been used in perfumes and cosmetics. They have also been used in many wood cleaning products. Benefits: antiseptic, calming, disinfection, nervousness, skin care, obesity, water retention, constipation, colds, flu, nervous tension and stress, digestion, kidney, gallbladder, expels gas, depression, nerve sedative, energizing, gives courage, emotional worry, insomnia, revives wrinkled skin, skin care, insomnia, over-sensitivity, dermatitis, bronchitis
  8. Patchouli Essential Oil Patchouli Botanical Name: Pogostemon cablin Parts Used:

    dried, cured leaves Scent Characteristics: earthy, smoky, spicy and musky History: Long used for perfume, often to mask unpleasant aromas, Patchouli has been a common staple oil in the East. In fact, many people would refuse to buy clothing that was not scented with Patchouli. It was used to repel fleas and lice in bedding and clothing. In Asia it was often used to heal snakebites, as well as dealing with intestinal upsets and headaches. It was used to scent ink in India. In the Philippines and in South America, women would drink a Patchouli leaf tea to get rid of menstrual cramps. It is an excellent base note in perfumes and is used in 1 in 3 perfumes on the market today. Benefits: regulates cellular tissue, tissue regeneration, dry skin, hair care, acne, athletes foots, cures apathy, eases confusion and indecision, endocrine glands, nerve stimulant, peace of mind, seductive, rejuvenating, nerve sedative, depression, pituitary gland, sharpens the wits,insect repellent
  9. Lemongrass Essential Oil LEMONGRASS - 100% Pure Plant, Therapeutic Grade

    Essential Oil Botanical Name: Cymbopogon flexuosus Parts Used: leaves (grass) Scent Characteristics: citrus, herbaceous, and smoky History: Lemongrass has long been used in traditional Asian medicine and in cooking, as well as skin care products and perfumes. In India, they would use the grasses for fevers and for digestive issues. They would also apply the oil to get rid of ringworm. In Thailand it is a popular flavoring for food. In Latin America, the grass is made into a tea to be used for a wide variety of issues including joint aches, respiratory infections, stomach issues, and headaches. The leaves would be chewed for toothache and the sap would be made into a compress for eye infections. Benefits: tonic, digestive, vasodilator with anti-inflammatory properties, sedative, promotes good digestion, reduces cellulite, athletes foot, scabies, insect repellant, tones the tissues, soothes a headache, stimulates thyroid gland, psychic awareness
  10. Frankincense Essential Oil FRANKINCENSE - 100% Pure Plant, Therapeutic Grade

    Essential Oil Botanical Name: Boswellia carterii Parts Used: Oleoresin Scent Characteristics: Expansive, clean, dry, woody, conifer, fruity, pepper, and spicy History: The Boswellia sacra trees grow naturally in Oman and have been used medicinally for thousands of years. Frankincense has long been considered extremely valuable. The resin has historically been used as incense for many religious ceremonies from the ancient Egyptians 5,000 years ago to many current denominations of the major world religions. Benefits and Suggested Uses: Frankincense essential oil supports a healthy respiratory system. It can be used during prayer and meditation to soothe the mind, while uplifting the soul. Add 2 drops to a tissue and breathe in its aroma or add to your favorite diffuser. To support a healthy immune system, add 5 drops of frankincense essential oil per 1 oz of jojoba oil and apply as a body oil after a warm bath or shower. It can also be used for a therapeutic massage.
  11. Lemon Essential Oil LEMON - 100% Pure Plant, Therapeutic Grade

    Essential Oil Botanical Name: Citrus limon Parts Used: peel Scent Characteristics: Intense citrus, crisp, clean Benefits: anti-bacterial, antiseptic, dissolves gallstones, all digestive problems, chilblains, detoxifies the entire system, infectious diseases, dispels sluggishness, stimulates the central nervous system, fever reducer, parasites, insect repellant, sore throat (gargle), tonsillitis, nosebleed, mouth inflammation, acne, insect bites
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