ImmuneRx

ImmuneRx 

Designed to help us stay focused and strong during these chaotic times. Proprietary Blend (2% Dilution). Essential Oils: Rosalina, Lavender, Pine, Frankincense, Lemon, Grapefruit, Juniper, Spruce, Thyme, Tea Tree, Rosemary, cedarwood, Yarrow, Geranium, Lemongrass, Eucalyptus, Ginger, Angelica, Ravensare,  Patchouli, Sage. Carrier Oil Blend: Coconut, Olive, & Castor oil

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Rosalina - Melaleuca ericifolia

Rosalina, aka lavender tea tree & swamp paperbark, is an evergreen shrub. It grows in low-lying swamps, along creeks, & behind sand dunes in northern Tasmania, southern Victoria and along the east coast of New south Wales and Queensland. - Read More...

Lavender - Lavendula Anguvstifolia Var. Buena Vista

Lavender is an evergreen plant that has lilac colored flowers and is native to the Mediterranean area. The plant reached a height of approximately 3 ft. There are over 30 different species of lavender. Lavender is one of the most widely used essential oils. It is calming and refreshing and has been used therapeutically for soothing insect bites and burns. - Read more...

Pine - minus sylvestris

Frankincense - Boswellia caterii

Frankincense essential oil comes from the bark of a tree that is native to the Mediterranean region. It is a small tree that has white flowers and can grow to a height of about 20 ft. frankincense was used by the ancient Egyptians as incense in their temples during religious ceremonies. It’s resin was used by the Egyptians in cosmetics, perfumes, and facial creams for the purpose of rejuvenating the skin. It is one of the fragrances that is mentioned in the Old Testament and it’s incense is still burned in many churches today. - See more...

LemonCitrus limon

Lemon is an evergreen tree that can grow to a height of  between 10-20 feet and has fragrant white flowers. Lemon essential oil has a fresh, sweet, citrus aroma and is produced from the peel of the fruit. It’s juice is used in salads and for cooking. Historically, lemon essential oil has been used to perfume clothing and to freshen the air. In England, it is used in hospitals to treat depressed and fearful patients. Lemon essential oil is useful in strengthening the emotional state of such patients. Read more...

GRAPEFRUIT - Citrus paradisii

Grapefruit is an evergreen tree that can grow to a height of  between 30-50 feet and has fragrant white flowers. The earliest grapefruit tree is thought to have been in the West Indies. It is thought to be a mutation from the pomelo, which is a citrus fruit that is native to Southeast Asia. Grapefruit essential oil has a fresh, sweet, citrus aroma and is produced from the peel of the fruit. However, the seeds of the grapefruit can produce an oil which is dark and bitter and is used in salad and for cooking. Read more...

Juniper - Juniperus communis

Black Spruce - Picea mariana

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Thyme - Thymus vulgaris

Tea Tree - Melaleuca alternifolia

Tea Tree is an evergreen tree that is native to Australia. The tree grows to a height of approximately 10 feet and has needle-like leaves with yellow or purple flowers. Tea tree has historically been used by the aboriginal people of Australia and has been widely researched. It has been found to be active against bacteria, fungus, and viruses and is a very powerful immune system stimulant. Read More...

Rosemary - Rosemarinus officinale

Rosemary essential oil is obtained from the flowers and leaves of a shrub that can grow to a height of between 2-6 feet. The leaves are needle-like and the whole plant produces an aroma. Rosemary has historically been a symbol of love, loyalty and eternity. Brides have used rosemary in their wreaths and in their bouquets to symbolizes that they will always remember their families and mourners would toss rosemary into the graves of their loved ones to symbolize that they will not be forgotten. Read more...

Cedar wood - Cedrus atlantica

Cedarwood is an evergreen tree that is native to Africa and can grow to a height of approximately 130-140 ft. It has needle-like leaves. The cedarwood tree can live 1000-2000 years. It was used by the ancient Egyptians for embalming and perfumery. It’s wood is thought to be virtually indestructible and has been used to built King Solomon’s temple in Jerusalem (the grove of trees fro which the wood was obtained still exists on Mount Lebanon). Read more...

Yarrow - Achillea millefolium

Geranium - Pelargonium graveolens

Geranium is a plant that is small and fragrant and is native to Africa. It can grow to a height of approximately 3 ft. There are more than seven hundred species of geranium. Read more...

Lemongrass - Cymbopogon citratus

EUCALYPTUS - Eucalyptus radiata

Eucalyptus radiata is native to Australia. It can grow to a height of 170 ft. It has long, thin, fragrant leaves that have a leathery appearance. Koala bears are known to feed on the leaves of the eucalyptus tree.

The tree has white flowers and its fruit is contained in a capsule. It is known as a gum tree and its roots are capable of storing vast amounts of water in order to survive the dry seasons. The roots of the tree contain a chemical that kills nearby plants. Read more...

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Ginger - Zingiber officinale

Angelica

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Ravensare - Ravensara aromatica

PatchouliPogostemon cablin

Patchouli is a plant that is native to Asia and can grow to a height of about 3 ft. and has purple or lavender flowers. It’s fragrance is heightened when exposed to full sunlight. Patchouli essential oil is used in perfumes, incense, and as an insect repellant. It has also been used as an antidote for venomous snakebites. Read more...

Sage - Salvia officinalis