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Aroma Foundry: Pure All Natural Essential Oils

logoAroma Foundry: Pure All Natural Essential Oils

Essential oils are a big part of Hubby’s and my life. We use them to fragrance our home, set a mood, to relax at night in order to sleep better and even to improve health. The nice folks over at Aroma Foundry sent us over 4 bottles of their 100% pure essential oils to try. Let’s check em out.

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In addition to the refreshing citrus scent, Italian Mandarin essential oils are said to have numerous benefits. These include antispasmodic, antiseptic, cytophylactic, hepactic and tonic properties as well as many others.

What makes Aroma Foundry’s oils special? First, they are 100% pure. Second, they are in the correct color bottle. Dark blue is important to keep the oil’s potency intact. Glass is important so you do not have chemicals from plastics leaching into your essential oils.

We’re excited to offer 100% Pure and All Natural Italian Mandarin Oil, because Italy’s mandarin is the most well-respected on Earth by aromatherapy, cosmetic, and flavoring experts. Ours is a remarkable example; we recommend buying with other citruses like orange and tangerine and smelling side-by-side to observe the subtle differences.

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Not everyone is familiar with this scent. It is hard to describe, almost jasmine a bit like a fine soap. Anyway it blends amazingly well with many other fragrances. Ylang Ylang is said to be an antidepressant and a sedative. Blends well with grapefruit, lavender, sandalwood and bergamot. I love that all of Aroma Foundry’s products are bottled right here in the United States.

Sourced from a country where Ylang Ylang is so popular that it’s even eaten in ice cream, our Madagascar ylang ylang essential oil is 100% Pure, All Natural, and so good that they named it twice. You’ll reach for it again and again once you get a whiff of its delicate, jasmine-like sweet floral scent.

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I absolutely love the smell of true spearmint. Blends well with basil, jasmine, eucalyptus, rosemary or lavender. It is said to have many of the same benefits as mandarin essential oil as well as being carminative, cephalic, restorative and it even keeps away pesky mosquitos.

The most popular of all of our oils among our team, our USA grown and steam distilled Spearmint Essential Oil’s smell is strikingly similar to spearmint chewing gum’s flavor. It cools your nose, but unlike the classic chewing gums, our Spearmint Essential Oil is certified All-Natural and 100% Pure

patchouli_f9cf056a-0780-4d19-9b75-11b1dda5c116_largePatchouli

Patchouli is one of those scents people either love or hate. I think that is because there are several types of patchouli. One smells kind of like an insecticide. The one from Aroma Foundry is the one I like. It is the Indonesian variety. It smells natural, seductive and masculine. This is where Aroma Foundry’s Origin transparency comes in. With Aroma Foundry you know where the essential oils come from. I actually make Hubby a personalized cologne blend from Indonesian Patchouli and Sage that smells awesome.

Patchouli has been used in Chinese medicine for centuries to treat eczema and many other skin disorders. It is also said to be an antidepressant, anti-inflammatory, fungicide, diuretic and even an aphrodisiac.

Our 100% pure and all-natural Indonesian Patchouli essential oil is distilled from the pink and white flowers of the cablan shrub. Earthy, dark cold, soily, and even a bit sweet, patchouli has a complex smell that never gets old. The Indonesian varietal is the most expensive and renowned in the world, and our bottle is 100% Pure and All Natural, so give it a try and experience the true essence of Patchouli.

Ready to Buy? Head over to Aroma Foundry and get ya some.

I was not a paid for my opinion; however I may have been given a free product for review. Thanks to all of my sponsors and their parent companies for their support in this review.

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