Enjoy the unique properties of essential oils and create your own combinations with the help of this diffuser.
Basil was named after the Greek word “basilikos”, because the Greeks considered basil the king of herbs. Its essential oil is extremely invigorating and is perfect for the corporal and mental fatigue.
Bergamot stems from the Turkish word “bergamudu”, which means “the pear of the prince”. Historians claim that Christopher Columbus was the first one to bring bergamot from the Canarian Islands to Italy, where it is cultivated until today. It is the most common natural stimulant and antidepressant.
According to history, the temple of King Solomon was built of cedarwood to symbolize power, nobility and integrity. Cedarwood has a warm, invigorating action and can be an excellent treatment to relieve stress and tension. Moreover, it is widely used to cure acne and hair loss.
The Greek word “cinnamon”, means a tube and refers to the stick used as a spice. It is one of the oldest and most precious spices and was used for scenting the temples. It is a warm, stimulating essential oil that has strong antibacterial properties. Ideal for cold winter months.
Citronella is a scented herb which grows mostly in Sri Lanka and India. For many centuries, it was used from the Ayurveda Indian natural medicine method. It’s most commonly used as an insect repellent.
Clary sage is known to be one of the most relaxing essential oils in aromatherapy, which can fight stress and bring euphoria. The Latin name is derived from the words “clarus”, which means clear and keeps away the worries. It is excellent for massage as it helps to restore inner balance and tranquility.
The Greek word “eucalyptus” means “well covered”, since its flowers are well hidden with a membrane in the shape of a vessel, which drops as the flower grows. The herb is mostly known for its great effects in the respiratory system.
Geranium essential oil is known as the herb of Aphrodite and symbolizes certain female qualities, such as intuition and sensuality. It helps restore emotional balance, removes negative energy, relieves from stress and has an invigorating action. At the same time it is an extraordinary essential oil for face treatment, because it is ideal for all skin types.
Grapefruit has a high content of vitamin C, it can help improve one’s mood and fight depression, as well as corporal and spiritual fatigue. It has a pleasant fragrance which can invigorate the senses and is known for its detoxifying action.
Jasmine is considered to be the leader of essential oils and its unique scent becomes stronger after sunset. For this reason, jasmine flowers should only be collected at night. It is also one of the most expensive essential oils, because an enormous amount of flowers is needed to produce only a few drops of essential oil.
Juniper berry has always played a very important role in fighting many contagious diseases, for example plague in the 15th and 16th centuries. It has a fresh, woody scent which can refresh the mind, clear the atmosphere and can fight positive energy. It can be used in a bath or in a massage.
Used by the ancient Romans to scent their bath. The name was derived from the latin word “lavare” which means “to wash”. It is one of the most common essential oils and should be in every household. It is ideal for relaxing the body and the mind and helps you to have a calm sleep. It is also very famous for its anaplastic properties and is widely used for...
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. It has a strong, revitalizing citrus perfume and can work effectively against bacteria and viruses.
Marjoram was a favorite medicinal herb for ancient Greeks. It is said that Aphrodite, the goddess of love and beauty, gave to the herb its scent by just touching it softly. Therefore, marjoram is considered to be the symbol of love and honor. It is a most precious herb which helps maintain good health in various ways.
Neroli essential oil comes from the flower of bitter orange tree. It was used traditionally to make bridal bouquets, because it was believed to provide a calming action on stressed brides. It is known for its sweet, flowery scent, ideal for relaxing and uplifting the mood.
For the Chinese, oranges have always symbolized prosperity and good fortune and reference them as “golden apples”. Oranges were always the symbol of innocence and fruitility because of their warm, sweet, vivid scent, which is known for bringing and uplifting energy.
Patchouli essential oil has a rich, provocative scent. In ancient India, the herb was used as aphrodisiac and depending on the amount used, it can be either stimulating or relaxing. It is also commonly known for its ability for cell regeneration.
In ancient Greece and ancient Rome, peppermint was very common in everyday life. It is, until today, one of the most famous essential oils in aromatherapy. It is very stimulating, refreshing and energizing.
This essential oil blend combines bergamot, lemon and grapefruit essential oils to refresh your home atmosphere and revitalize your mood!
It has passed through history as the “queen of flowers” and has been an inspiration for several fields such as medicine, literature, poetry, art and love. It takes around 30 roses to produce just one drop of rose essential oil, which explains why it is one of the most precious and expensive essential oils in the world.
From the antiquity, rosemary has been known as one of the best tonics for the nervous system, excellent for the improvement of memory. The ancient Greeks in periods of studying used to place rosemary branches in their hair for better concentration. It is most common as an excellent hair treatment.
This essential oil blend combines orange, cinnamon and clove essential oils to bring your home a sweet and warm atmosphere!
Tea tree was originally used by the Australian aboriginals for its antiseptic properties and up until today, its action is most valuable against infections. It is considered to be nature’s antiseptic and therefore should be found in every home.