Aromatherapy

Citrus
This grapefruit, citrus blend is a great antidepressant, also known to be uplifting, cheering, good for anxiety, very refreshing.
Lavendar
It is one of nature's finest products and is a beautiful herb in the garden. Lavender calms the nervous system, making it a sedative. Lavender also reduces stress in the body with its relaxing qualities.
Jasmine
Jasmine is one member of shrubs and climbing vines that are native to tropical areas of southeast Asia, Africa and Australia. Jasmine is relaxing, intoxicating, warming. Great aphrodisiac. Jasmine has a long tradition of being used as a relaxing remedy.
Peppermint
A native of the Mediterranean, peppermint leaves were often used to crown luminaries in ancient Greece and Rome. It continues to be popular for its refreshing, strong aroma, as well as its natural benefits.
Sandalwood
From India , it has a woody, balsamic aroma. Sandalwood is believed to bring about calmness and serenity and is linked with incense and meditation. Some traditional uses: to lift melancholy, enhance meditation, for calming and reducing stress, restful sleep.
Eucalyptus
Eucalyptus makes up nearly 3/4 of Australia's total number of plant species. Aroma therapists use it for its energizing, clarifying aroma. Aids in some respiratory ailments.
Lemongrass
A native of South East Asia, Lemon Grass was introduced to these parts with the growing popularity of Thai cuisine. It has a lemony taste, with slight hint of ginger. It is also known to lift a sagging spirit.
Patchouli
A native of India and Southeast Asia, patchouli is a member of the mint family. Patchouli is used in herbal medicine in Asia as an aphrodisiac, antidepressant, and antiseptic. It is also employed for headaches and fever.
Rose
Good for headache, nervous tension, stress related conditions, insomnia, and nausea. Rose is also known to boost romantic moods.