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A Rare, Tropical-Scented Therapeutic Oil: Wild Verbena Leaf

September 16, 2021

A Rare, Tropical-Scented Therapeutic Oil:  Wild Verbena Leaf

We’d like to introduce you to one of the best-kept secrets in the essential oil world…

Rare and unique, Wild Verbena Leaf Essential Oil is derived from the Lippia Javanica tree, the aromatic fever tree of the Verbena family. The leaves of this tree have long been celebrated for their medicinal properties and therapeutic powers.

Aroma:

This oil has a unique, fruity aroma. Some have likened its scent to a tropical, fruity, boozy drink. Wild Verbena Leaf Essential Oil possesses powerful therapeutic properties, yet its scent is a refreshing contrast to respiratory oils’ typical medicinal aroma. Because of its fruity aroma, it blends well with citrus and floral oils, such as lemon, grapefruit, orange, bergamot, lavender, ylang ylang, neroli, cedarwood, and petitgrain. It also becomes even more powerful for respiratory ailments when combined with other respiratory oils, like eucalyptus and peppermint.

How to Use Wild Verbena Leaf Essential Oil:

An ideal multi-tasking solution to keep in your natural apothecary year-round, Wild Verbena Leaf Essential Oil is a delicious-smelling insect repellent for spring and summer. It eases cold and flu symptoms, especially during seasonal changes — and it soothes fatigued and overworked bodies all year round.

RELIEVES COUGHS AND CONGESTION

Wild Verbena Leaf Essential Oil loosens mucus and relieves coughs and irritation caused by infection. Try diffusing a few drops of Wild Verbena Leaf Essential Oil with Eucalyptus Essential Oil, Radiata to cleanse the air, open up breathing passages, ease congestion, and ease the symptoms of asthma.

TREATS COMMON COLDS AND FLU

Wild Verbena Leaf Essential Oil can bring down a fever and ease symptoms of colds and influenza while boosting the immune system…

Try a chest rub of Eucalyptus Essential Oil,Wild Verbena Leaf Essential Oil, and Peppermint Essential Oil to open up airways, soothe an aching body, and address cold symptoms.

TREATS CUTS AND SORES

Antibacterial and anti-inflammatory, Wild Verbena Leaf Essential Oil can aid in disinfecting skin and relieve symptoms of pain when applied topically to minor cuts and sores.

Both Lavender Essential Oil and Wild Verbena Leaf Essential Oil combine well with Flower of the Sun Essential Oil Blend to create a soothing, healing salve that can be applied directly to skin abrasions to disinfect and relieve pain.

SOOTHES SKIN IRRITATIONS AND RASHES

Wild Verbena Leaf Essential Oil can reduce redness and swelling and alleviate itchiness when applied topically to irritated skin.

Combine Lavender Essential Oil and Wild Verbena Leaf Essential Oil and Argan Oil 4oz in a roll-on container. Dab or rollover itchy or painful insect bites or stings, or skin rashes or irritation.

KEEPS INSECTS AT BAY

Wild Verbena Leaf Essential Oil is a strong insect repellent and is most commonly used for repelling mosquitoes.

To create a mosquito repellant, add several drops of Wild Verbena Leaf Essential Oil,Eucalyptus Essential Oil, Lemon-Scented, and Rosemary Essential Oil, Verbenone to a spray bottle and add water. Spritz on wrists, neck, and exposed skin to ward off biting insects.


ANTI-INFLAMMATORY

Create your own massage oil blend to soothe joint and muscle pain and provide full-body pain-relief for overworked or fatigued muscles...

Try a muscle relief massage oil using Lavender Essential OilHelichrysum Essential Oil, Corsican,  Cultivated,Rosemary Essential Oil,  Verbenone,Wild Verbena Leaf Essential Oil in Jojoba Carrier Oil or Champa Infused Almond Oil.

Wild Verbena Leaf Essential Oil, is a multi-dimensional botanical. It’s rare, unique, beneficial, healing, and smells incredible. It’s a perfect essential oil if you desire a therapeutic option that doesn’t carry a strong medicinal aroma.

We’re thrilled to announce our Limited Release of this incredible essential oil. It’s small-batch, once a year distilled, so we won’t have it in stock for long...

Grab yours today, while it’s still on our shelves.

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