Essential oils in Scott's Essentials Broad Spectrum CBD 500mg Topicals

Posted by Jon Scott on 3rd Jan 2024

Essential oils in Scott's Essentials Broad Spectrum CBD 500mg Topicals

Romans used them daily for health rituals

    This is more insight on the essential oils we use in our 500 mg hemp based Broad Spectrum CBD topicals.

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When looking at which essential oils would help us on our journey of less overall discomfort, more fun and memorable times with our daughter. Our focus was oils that work well together, both for potential benefits but also aroma. Many years of research later and we found our finalists.

We put together our oils in many different combinations of scent, aroma and strength. When we infused our topicals with Hemp derived CBD and essential oils we knew we had a winner.

Essential oils we use:

Camphor Essential Oil- Taken from the wood of camphor trees. It has been used in skin products for its cooling sensation and more.

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Chili Seed E.O.- Also known as Capsicum seed oil or chili pepper oil, it is extracted from the seeds of chili peppers with a process such as cold-pressing. This oil provides the heat you feel in skin care products that have this in it.

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Eucalyptus Australiana E.O.- Derived from steam distillation of the leaves of eucalyptus trees. Widely recognized and often used in aromatherapy, it has a refreshing aroma. Eucalyptus oil has been renowned for a long time, and it even has natural insect-repelling properties.

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Frankincense E.O.- From the resin of the Boswellia sacra or Boswellia serrata tree, valued for centuries. This essential oil is often used in aromatherapy to create a sense of peace. It has also been recognized as a popular choice in skin care products.

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Ginger E.O.- Pulled from the root of the ginger plant (Zingiber officinale) through steam distillation. Known for its possible perks, and is often used in aromatherapy, massage blends, or diffusers.

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Lavender E.O.- From the flowers of the lavender plant (Lavandula angustifolia) with steam distillation. It's one of the most versatile and widely used essential oils. Celebrated for its calming and soothing properties and has been often used in aromatherapy. It is considered to be one of the few essential oils that can be applied directly to your skin, but caution should definitely be taken.

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Lemongrass E.O.- Known for its invigorating properties. A uplifting oil that is an excellent choice when dealing with tiredness and nervous exhaustion.

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Marjoram E.O.- From the leaves of the marjoram plant, processed with steam distillation. In aromatherapy, it's valued for potential calming and relaxing possibilities.

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100% Pure Menthol E.O.- From mint plants like peppermint and spearmint, associated with various potential perks, including: provides a cooling effect on your skin.

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Orange Five Folds E.O.- "Five Folds" Orange means the oil has been distilled multiple times, resulting in a more concentrated and potent product compared to regular orange essential oil. Known for its invigorating and mood-boosting properties. It's often used to create a refreshing atmosphere and bring on a positive mindset.

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Pine E.O.- Derived through steam distillation of needles, twigs, and cones of pine trees. Often included in topical formulations for its potential soothing effects. It is thought to have uplifting and refreshing qualities, helping to create a positive atmosphere.

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Rosemary Tunisian E.O.- Derived from the aromatic herb Rosemary (Rosmarinus officinalis), particularly the variety grown in Tunisia. Uplifting and energizing properties make it popular in aromatherapy. Diffusing the oil or inhaling its aroma may invite a positive atmosphere. It is often used in massage blends.

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Tea Tree E.O.- Taken from the leaves of the Melaleuca alternifolia tree native to Australia, renowned for its powerful and wide uses.

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Turmeric E.O.- From the roots of the turmeric plant (Curcuma longa) through steam distillation or solvent extraction. It contains the active compound curcumin, which is renowned and widely used for its potential soothing effects.

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Wintergreen E.O.- From the leaves of the Gaultheria procumbens plant, also known as eastern teaberry, checkerberry, or wintergreen. It is believed to have uplifting and refreshing qualities, contributing to a sense of alertness.

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Thank you for looking in to what essential oil we use in our hemp based broad spectrum 500 mg CBD twist up topicals. It is always best to know how good a product is, before applying it to your skin.

Author of this article is Jon Scott

Jon Scott- Author and Owner Scott's Essentials

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