10 ml Glass Bottle Eucalyptus Essential (Globulus) Oil has a herbaceous scent with soft woodsy undertones and is known for it’s anti-inflammatory, antifungal and insecticidal and disinfectant properties which can be added to your homemade […]
10 ml Glass Bottle Clove Bud Essential Oil has a rich and spicy aroma and is known for it’s anti-inflammatory, antifungal and insecticidal properties. I use clove in all my insect repellents made for home, […]
10 ml Glass Bottle Cedarwood Atlas Essential Oil has a woody, sweet, sharp note and is known for it’s anti-inflammatory, antiseptic, antifungal and insecticidal properties. I use cedarwood in all my insect repellents, whether for […]
2 Ounce Glass Bottle This is NOT an essential oil, although Calendula Essential Oil is added at the end. This was harvested at Ozarks Church of Nature, dried and infused for 2 months. Calendula Officinalis […]
4 oz. Glass Jar
NOTE: This is a rotating item that are not part of the regular menu and will only be available once based on herbs collected the last season.
This seasons special Dream Cream started with a base of gardenia enfleurage (picked from April to June), Ozark Native Red Bud and Dandelion flowers picked from the headquarters of My True Essence this spring. After 3 months of soaking the dandelion flowers and red bud in oils, it has finally gained life in this aromatic cream that gives you the feeling of a cool fragrant spring breeze, softened by Pomegranate, Black Seed and Black Currant Oils.
As we all know these creams don’t JUST smell good. Like the rest, this also contains antiinflammatories, anti viral, antibacterial and antifungals so you can get all the skin medicine you might need in one product.
This formula is also antiwrinkle and can help you achieve supple glowing skin with some of the finest known skin strengthening essential oils that can be found like Neroli, Jasmine, Gardenia, Ambrette Seed, Chamomile, Bergamot and more. Great for all skin conditions, wounds, cuts, burns, rashes, bites, stings from your lips to your toes. […]
Antibiotics have long been credited with saving lives since the discovery of penicillin in 1928 by Sir Alexander Fleming. Many medical experts credit antibiotics with revolutionizing medicine, ridding infectious disease and extending longevity in the […]