Cinnamon Apple Pie

with cinnamon essential oil Ingredients1 ½ cups all purpose flour2 ½ tablespoons baking powder¾ cup raw sugar½ cup olive oil½ cup orange juice½ cup walnuts2 small apples, grated1 tablespoon ground cinnamon1 drop Cinnamon Bark oil Instructions Preheat oven to 350° F. Lightly coat cake tin with olive oil. Juice orange in bowl and set aside. In…

Acquaint Yourself with Cinnamon EO

Apple spice cake. Pumpkin pie. Mulled cider. Cinnamon rolls. Snickerdoodles. What do they all have in common? Cinnamon! Cinnamon is a deep, rich spice typically associated with winter, cold, and the holidays therein-and for good reason! It is warming, can help with circulation, and can fight illness like a champ. So why limit it’s use…
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Best Essential Oils for Summer

Most of us Love Summer. All the outdoor activities, the barbecue with friends and family, hikes, picnics, the celebrations and so much more we just love about summer. What nobody loves is the bugs, mosquito bites, flies, ticks etc. If you want a more natural approach to bug repellent, bug bite creams, and bug spray…

Petitgrain Essential Oil

Petitgrain essential oil is produced from the same botanical species (Citrus Aurantium) as Neroli and Bitter Orange, but Petitgrain has its own characteristically unique aroma of bitter-sweet, somewhat harsh, woody, floral smell. Petitgrain is distilled from the leaves and twigs Petitgrain is sometimes known as the poor man’s Neroli because it is much less expensive…

Pampered Holiday DIY

It’s that time of year again! Shorter days and longer nights means more time together indoors. Emotions run high (or low) and tight quarters breeds germ city. Last year we shared a calming play dough and diffuser decor DIY, so this year we thought we’d add a few DIY gift ideas to the list! With…

DIY Essential Oils in the Garden

While you may be looking outside thinking “Winter sure is throwing a tantrum that Spring is here,” now is the best time to be getting your garden prepped and ready for the warmer days ahead! I don’t know about you, but last year was TERRIBLE for my strawberries…SO. MANY. SNAILS. (ugh!) So I’ve been doing…