Lavender was used by the ancient Romans to scent their bath. The name was derived from the Latin word "lavare" which means "to wash".
A soothing and gentle action, renowned for offering serenity and equilibrium to the mind and body.
The Greek word "thymos" means "to cense". Hippocrates spoke of the therapeutic properties of thyme with great admiration. Ancient Greeks burned thyme as an offering to the gods. According to mythology, thyme came from the tears of Helen of Troy.
A spicy stimulating scent, renowned for combating nervousness and exhaustion of emotional tension and stress.
In Ancient Greece and Rome peppermint was widely used in daily life. It is one of the most well known essential oils in aromatherapy due to its refreshing properties and its ability to relieve physical and mental strain.
A fresh, invigorating scent that uplifts the spirit.
Geranium essential oil is known as the herb of Aphrodite as it symbolizes certain female qualities, such as intuition and sensuality.
Strong sweet scent that helps to maintain emotional equilibium and remove negative energy.
Tea tree oil was originally used by the Australian aboriginals for its antiseptic properties. It is considered nature's own antiseptic.
A fresh, woody scent that that uplifts the body and sprit.
The ancient Romans honored Goddess Juventas as the goddess of youth. Her symbol, the lemon, was known to cure several health problems and is an excellent tonic for the body and senses.
A strong, citrus scent, perfect for refreshing the atmosphere and the mind while increasing focus.
Marjoram was very familiar to ancient Greeks as a medicinal plant. According to the myth, Aphrodite, the goddess of love and beauty gave the plant its scent with a gentle touch of her hand, which is why it is considered the symbol of love and honor.
A potent scent of woody notes, perfect for calming emotional tension and nervousness.
Million-year-old fossils have proven that the rose has existed over 32 million years. It has travelled through history as the "queen of flowers" inspiring many fields of endeavor such as medicine, literature, poetry, art and love.
A wonderful, calming scent that promotes the feeling of harmony.
Jasmine is considered the "king" of all essential oils. It has a very characteristic scent that intensifies after sunset. It is also one of the most expensive essential oils, because a huge quantity of blossoms, which are collected only at night, produces only a few drops of essential oil.
A warm and alluring perfume, which stimulates the senses and improves the mood.