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Easy Breathe Forest Air 596

Especially enjoyable and beneficial during cooler months, this forest aroma puts an instant lift in the air while it brightens the spirits and helps sinus congestion. As it disinfects the air with antibacterial action, it clears the air for easier breathing. It is ideal in aroma lamps or mist sprays. If you don't have cajeput available, a good substitution is eucalyptus.

5 drops .................... Cajeput
5 drops .................... Cypress
5 drops .................... Pine
5 drops .................... Sandalwood
How to Use:
Cajeput essential oil
Cajeput essential oil (Melaleuca minor) Origin- Vietnam Method of Cultivation- Organic Common Method Of Extraction: Steam distillation Parts Used: Fresh leaves and twigs Note Classification: Top Aroma: Penetrating, camphoraceous-medicinal odor. When compared to eucalyptus oil, it has a slightly milder fruity body note.

Cypress essential oil
Cypress essential oil (Cupressus sempervirens) Origin- Spain Method of Cultivation- Organic Common Method Of Extraction: Steam distillation of needles, and cones Parts Used: Needles and cones Note Classification: Base Aroma: Fresh, clean, evergreen aroma.

Pine, Scotch essential oil
Pine, Scotch essential oil (Pinus sylvestris) Origin-Sarajevo Method of Cultivation- certified organic Common Method Of Extraction: Steam distilled Parts Used: Needles Note Classification: Middle Aroma: Strong, dry-balsamic, turpentine-like

Sandalwood, Australian essential oil
Sandalwood, Australian essential oil (Santalum spicatum) Origin- Australia Method of Cultivation- Cultivated Common Method Of Extraction: Steam distilled Parts Used: Roots and heartwood, powdered and dried Note Classification: Base Aroma: Soft, woody, extremely tenacious and somewhat balsamic

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