Looking to expand your Essential Oils Collection without breaking the bank? Here are  8 15ml (Large size) essential oils that are $10 or less, and 12 15ml (Large size) essential oils under $20! These are great oils to have for cleaning, natural bug repellents (Nature and Citronella), pain relief (Wintergreen) and uplifting, mood enhancing diffuser blends and much more! Use coupon code “SPARK10” and save an additional 10%!

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8 under $10

Citronella ($6.99) – Properties: Antidepressant, Anti-fungal, Antiviral, Insecticidal, Anti-inflammatory, Diuretic, Stomachic, Astringent, Antispasmodic, Stimulant, and Antiseptic. SHOP NOW

Lemon ($8.10) – Properties: Anti Anemic, Anti-Bacterial, Anti-Microbial, Anti-Rheumatic, Antiseptic, Carminative, Diaphoretic, Diuretic, Insecticidal. SHOP NOW

Lemongrass ($9.00) – Properties: Analgesic, Anti-Depressant, Anti-Microbial, Antiseptic, Astringent, Bactericidal, Carminative, Deodorant, Diuretic, Fungicidal and Insecticidal. SHOP NOW

Lime ($10.53) – Properties: Antiseptic, Astringent, Bactericidal, Disinfectant, Haemostatic, Restorative and Tonic. SHOP NOW

Nature Blend ($7.69) – About: This is a proprietary natural blend of lemon, eucalyptus, citronella, lemongrass and other pharma-grade essential oils. This blend uses fractionated coconut oil as a carrier so it is not recommended for use in a diffuser. SHOP NOW

Tangerine ($9.45) – Historical Uses: Soothing to the nervous system and has a tonic effect on the digestive system. it may also help wit flatulence, diarrhea and constipation. People have also used it to help with stretch marks, increased circulation and reducing fluid retention. SHOP NOW

Wild Orange ($8.50) – Historical Uses: Wild Orange has been used to promote good feelings and mood and may help relax the body and help children sleep at night. Wild Orange may help in balancing the body and be a lymphatic stimulant. People have used this for cooking and made smoothies out of Wild Orange oil also. Wild Orange Diuretic Properties may help to alleviate water retention obesity and cellulite. SHOP NOW

Wintergreen ($9.45) – Historical uses: Wintergreen is most commonly known for its flavoring uses. Native Americans chewed on wintergreen to help with respiration and to increase endurance. Wintergreen is also very high in methyl salicylate; which is the same component in aspirin. SHOP NOW

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12 under $20

Basil ($18.00) – Historical Uses: Used extensively in traditional and asian medicine, basil leaves were inhaled to treat headaches such as migraines and also to alleviate chest infections. SHOP NOW

Cassia ($17.10) – Historical Uses: Cassia Oil has been used to help digestive complaints such as flatulence, colic, nausea, diarrhea and dyspepsia. It has also been used to fight colds, flu, fevers and arthritis. SHOP NOW

Cedarwood ($12.99) – Historical Uses: Mentioned over 40 times in the bible it was anciently used as a spiritual oil to purify, and naturally lift the soul in prayer. Cedarwood is now used modernly in soaps, perfume, floor cleaners, pesticides.  SHOP NOW

Clove Bud ($12.60) – Historical Uses: Used in the SHIELD blend based on the 15th century story of the grave robbers that used a variety of spices and oils to protect themselves against the plague, it is also good for skin infections, digestive upsets and toothaches. SHOP NOW

Eucalyptus ($12.60) – Historical Uses: Eucalyptus has been used in everything from cough and throat medicines to ointments. This oil has a calming effect and has been known to help breathing and to open air passages. SHOP NOW

Fennel ($16.00) – Historical uses: Fennel has been used for digestive uses such as flatulent constipation, nausea, vomiting, and hiccups. It also has been used in weight loss as it creates a “full feeling” and has a diuretic effect. It has also been know to help disperse cellulite, increase insufficient milk in nursing mothers. SHOP NOW

Grapefruit ($12.96) – Historical Uses: The Grapefruit tree was cultivated in Asia, the West Indies and the Mediterranean in the early 18th century. It was brought to the USA at the beginning of the 20th century. Grapefruit has been a great source of vitamin c and use frequently for its aromatic mood lifting properties. Properties: Antidepressant, Antiseptic, Disinfectant, Diuretic and Stimulant. SHOP NOW

Marjoram ($17.10) – Historical Uses: Marjoram has been used to help relax muscles and balance the mind; it has a warming action and pain killing properties that calm emotions. SHOP NOW

Melaleuca ($17.10) – Historical Uses: Melaleuca has been used for centuries to help the immune system; it acts as a stimulant and helps the body fight off disease, bacteria, infection, virus and illness. SHOP NOW

Peppermint ($18.45) – Historical Uses: Peppermint has been very effective as a digestive stimulant, it has also has been used to disinfect and treat respiratory ailments. In more recent years studies have shown peppermint to aid in improvement of taste & smell when inhaled and to create a sense of fullness after meals. SHOP NOW

Rosemary ($13.72) – Historical Uses: Rosemary has been used to clear the mind and nervous system & stimulate memories; the diuretic properties have been useful in reducing water retention during menstruation, obesity and cellulite. SHOP NOW

White Fir ($18.00) – Historical Uses: White fir essential oils have been used for tense muscles, fever, chills, coughs, and help with the bodies natural defense system. SHOP NOW

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