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Herbal infusions are made by adding a dried aromatic herb/ plant, to a carrier oil and allowing it to infuse by sun, for several weeks. The plant material is strained out, and you are left with the therapeutic benefits from that plant, in the infused oil.

Using an herbal infused carrier oil for your topical aromatherapy product, adds extra wellness properties to the product. Our commonly kept infusions and the therapeutic properties known in Aromatherapy, are listed here. Stop by our Cape Coral, FL store to see what other infusions we can offer!

#1 Chamomile Infused Sweet Almond Oil

Prunus dulcis, infused with dried organic Matricaria chamomilla (Chamomile) flowers.

Sweet Almond Oil, is used in Aromatherapy for it’s vitamin content, ( vitamin A, B & E). Sweet Almond oil is also good for dry or inflamed itchy skin, (think eczema, dermatitis, psoriasis, sunburn).

Combined with the calming properties of dried organic Chamomile flowers, this infused oil provides a calming and soothing product for both body and mind. Topically the skin welcomes the calming aspects,while transdermal absorption also occurs for the benefits to continue. This would be a great choice for an after sun scrub, or massage oil. Calming massage oil for extra stressful times. Safe alone for pregnant women. We increase therapeutic benefits by blending with Pure essential oils that also match the calming effect we are going for. Examples would be Chamaemelum nobile, Lavandula angustifolia, or Citrus aurantium.

However, we can use the Chamomile infused oil as the skin calming agent, and add other essential oils to get different and added therapeutic benefits of Aromatherapy. For Example, we can use Cypress oil or maybe Juniper to help with circulation. Get in touch with me and I will help create the right custom blend for you.

#2 Arnica Flower & Comfrey Leaf infused Sunflower oil.

Helianthus annuus, infused with dried organic Arnica Flowers – and Dried Organic Comfrey leaf.

#3 Calendula Flower infused Sweet Almond Oil.

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