“Litsea Cubeba, Top Note
Intense lemony odour, sweet (similar to Lemongrass). Useful for acne, oily skin, insect repellent, sedative, anxiety, stress, deodorant. Common fragrance component in air fresheners. Belongs to the same family as the rosewood, laurel and cinnamon.
Blends well with basil, benzoin, black pepper, cedarwood, chamomile, clary sage, coriander, cypress, eucalyptus.”
“Red Grapefruit Essential Oil, Citrus paradisi, USA – Top Note
Fresh and bright. Smells like grapefruit. An excellent body tonic.
May be helpful for oily skin and acne. Uplifting. Phototoxic – avoid exposure to sun. Useful for relieving stress, mental exhaustion, hangovers, muscle stiffness, manic depression, obesity, water retention and cellulite. Used in facial tonics, bathing, diffusers, body oils.
Blends well with rosemary, neroli, cypress and spice oils.”
“White Thyme essential oil, (Thymus vulgaris)
contains antiviral and antibacterial properties. Useful with insect bites. Kills airborne bacteria when used in a vaporizer or diffuser, and may provide relief of symptoms from bronchitis or pneumonia. In the presence of infectious diseases it is said to stimulate the production of white blood corpuscles. Good for fatigue, depression, circulation, headaches, colds and respiratory problems and muscular pain.
blends well with the following essential oils: bergamot, lemon, rosemary, lavender, lavandin, marjoram, and pine
Cautions – Use sparingly. Avoid during pregnancy. Always dilute it well if used.”