In order to truly benefit from the numerous properties of essential oils, it is important to understand the ingredients that go into their make-up. Because impurities and contaminants can diminish the effectiveness of the oils and can even potentially cause harm, it is important to only purchase products from a trusted source. At Blended Valley, we are dedicated to providing you with only the purest and most carefully extracted aromatherapy oils crafted for you in the UK.
Below is just a small selection of the ingredients that go into our essential oils:
• Palmarosa essential oil. This oil is actually extracted from Cymbopogon martini grass, which grows in India and Nepal and is closely related to lemon grass. Often used as a substitute for the more expensive rose essential oil, palmarosa carries the same delicious scent. Healers value this oil for its antiviral and antibacterial qualities. It is also commonly used to treat skin and digestive ailments. On the emotional and spiritual level, palmarosa is frequently employed to give calm, reduce stress and to rebalance the heart chakra. This leads to an increased sense of compassion, love and an ability to forgive.
• Oregano essential oil. Derived from the oregano leaf, this essential oil can be an insect repellant and aids in the treatment of allergies, breathing problems and skin conditions. It has antiseptic, antifungal, anti-inflammatory and anti-spasmodic properties. Use it during meditation to open the solar plexus chakra, leading to increased self-confidence.
• Nutmeg essential oil. This oil is an analgesic, antiseptic and antibacterial. It relieves indigestion and is thought to be an aphrodisiac. Spiritually, nutmeg helps you to balance your third eye and crown chakras and to see the world in an authentic way.
• Ylang-Ylang essential oil. Extracted from a tropical flower, this oil has energy boosting, aphrodisiac and stress-reducing properties. It is a slight sedative and also aids in nerve health. Spiritually, it can be used to open your root chakra and cleanse your aura.
• Violet leaf absolute. This absolute is an expectorant, pain reliever, anti-inflammatory and sleep aid. Spiritually, it can help you to connect with your crown chakra and the wisdom of the universe.
• Vetiver essential oil. Made from the roots of the vetiveria zizanoides grass, this oil is an anti-inflammatory, antioxidant and anxiety reducer that can also soothe some skin conditions. Spiritual uses include helping to balance the root chakra.
• Vanilla essential oil. This delicious-smelling oil is an antidepressant, a libido-raiser, a slight sedative and an anti-inflammatory. Spiritual uses include helping to align your crown chakra.
• Tuberose essential oil. This oil stimulates the libido and can also be used as a deodorant and an antiseptic. Spiritual applications include opening and balancing your heart chakra.
• Tangerine essential oil. It is used to lower cholesterol and inflammation and is thought to reduce obesity. In spiritual practice, take advantage of its properties to open your heart chakra.
• Orange oil. This sweet orange oil is a hybrid of the mandarin and pomelo. It is a diuretic, a sedative and an antiseptic and can be used to aid in digestive health. Use it as a mood elevator, stress reliever and even to cleanse and purify your aura.
Imagine yourself in a lush tropical field as the sun drapes warmly across your body, nourishing the flowers and plant life nearby. The humid air carries the scent of flowers through the valley. The air is different here, with the rosy, grassy scent of palmarosa...read more
The Greeks named oregano the “joy of the mountain”, admiring the light purple blooms that adorn the green stalks of the plant. When the plant is in bloom amid a sea of its brethren, it truly is a purple field of joy. Greece is believed to the the origin of the...read more
Most people know nutmeg as a culinary saviour, working wonders on sweet desserts and warm beverages. Nutmeg brings up memories of warm holidays spent with loved ones, nights lazing by a toasty fire and hearty meals enjoyed with family, friends and...read more
A tropical delight, ylang-ylang essential oil is made from the long-petalled flowers of the cananga tree. The oil boasts a scent that is both rich and delicate as well as sweetly floral. The name of the oil comes from the Tagalog “ilang” which means...read more
“A violet in the youth of primy nature, Forward, not permanent, sweet, not lasting, The perfume and suppliance of a minute.” -Shakespeare “Hamlet” Viola odorata Nostalgic and earthy, yet modern and floral, the aroma of violet leaf is a dream come...read more
In the hot, humid temperatures of India, a clump of grass grows. It looks like any other tall cluster of grass, about 1.5 meters tall and perfectly ordinary in every way. This common-looking green grass is just one more green spot in India’s vast and deep...read more
The sweet, alluring scent of vanilla is cherished and loved by the world. Most know it from its multiple culinary uses, frequently featured in desserts and considered the default flavor of sweet treats such as ice cream and cake. The use of vanilla...read more
When the moon rises in the hot, humid tropics of Central America, the scent of ecstasy fills the air. It is the fragrance of seduction and sensuality, an enticement to relax and let the heady aroma seep into your very soul. It is the potent allure...read more
Three thousand years ago, somewhere in the warm climes of China, Japan and/or Southeast Asia, a tangerine grew for the first time. These sweet, juicy morsels of citrus deliciousness flourished, and the locals enjoyed their flavor as well as their...read more
Cheerful and bright, tangy and fresh, the sweet orange graces us with a delicious fruit that brings joy and sunshine into even the grayest day. These golden orange orbs are a gorgeous source of vital nutrients, zippy flavor, an enlivening fragrance...read more