Origin Series of Organic Essential Oils: Nature’s first aid kit in a bottle

Origin Series of Organic Essential Oils: Nature’s first aid kit in a bottle

Essential oils have stood the test of time, offering benefits that span physical, emotional, and spiritual well-being. They have been a cornerstone of natural health for centuries.

 The first recorded uses were found in Egyptian hieroglyphics where they used essential oils for embalming, cosmetics, and religious ceremonies.

Hippocrates, the father of medicine, famously proclaimed, "The way to health is to have an aromatic bath and scented massage every day."

The 20th century witnessed a resurgence in the use of essential oils, partly due to the advent of steam distillation, making the oils more widely available, and the observations of the French chemist René-Maurice Gattefossé, who coined the term “aromatherapy” after witnessing the healing effects of lavender oil on a burn.

Modern-day research meets ancient wisdom

The resurgence in essential oil use has received interest in the medical community. Not only has science proven many of the claims made by our ancestors on their therapeutic value, but we are now discovering even more uses.

Concentrated compounds with many uses

These highly concentrated plant compounds pack a lot of punch in a small bottle. For instance, takes approximately 2 pounds of lavender flowers to produce one ounce of essential oil!

The array of uses for essential oils is amazing.

Physical Health: Essential oils like eucalyptus and peppermint are renowned for their respiratory benefits, helping to clear congestion and ease breathing. These oils are also a valuable aid in alleviating headaches and improving overall immune health.

Emotional Well-being: The aromatic properties of essential oils can have a profound impact on mood and emotions.  Citrus oils like lemon are uplifting while grounding oils like lavender can help alleviate anxiety and stress.

Mental focus and energy: Some essential oils, such as peppermint, are known to enhance mental clarity, focus, and memory, making them valuable tools for cognitive support.

Aromatherapy: Diffusing essential oils or inhaling them directly can provide immediate emotional and physical benefits. Create a calming atmosphere with lavender or boost your energy with lemon oil.

Skincare: Peppermint oil for a cooling massage or apply tea tree oil to blemishes for its antimicrobial properties.

 Household Cleaning: Many essential oils, like lemon and tea tree, have natural cleaning properties.

Insect repellent: Eucalyptus, tea tree, lavender, and lemongrass has a proven record of repelling insects.

Introducing Origin Series of Organic Essential Oils

Bringing balance, and harmony to your mind, body, and home

Our carefully selected, scientifically proven oils are safe, effective, and are the highest quality and purity available. The sources we have partnered with offer the most pristine, pure essential oils on the market.

Comes with a step-by-step guidebook showing you how to create household cleaners, hand sanitizer recipes, and more.

These 100% organic oils are:

  • Pesticide and herbicide-free.
  • Are additive-free and GMO-free.
  • Sourced from trusted partners.
  • The purest essential oils on the market.

These six oils can be mixed or used separately giving you hundreds of ways to use them.


  • Relieves headaches.
  • Clears nasal congestion (pair with eucalyptus oil).
  • Mental focus and energy, improves concentration.
  • Insect repellant.


Powerful antibacterial, antiviral, anti-inflammatory

  • Use in a diffuser to relieve coughs, clear sinuses, and as a topical antiseptic.
  • Enhances mental clarity and focus.
  • Insect repellant, especially effective against mosquitos.

Tea tree

  • Powerful antibacterial and anti-inflammatory used topically to combat acne and other skin outbreaks.
  • Treats fungal infections such as athlete’s foot, ringworm, and nail fungus.
  • Treats minor cuts and scrapes.
  • Used in shampoo preparations for dandruff and scalp health.
  • Insect repellant, especially effective against mosquitos.


  • Reduces stress, anxiety, and depression.
  • Relieves headaches.
  • Treats athlete’s foot.
  • The high citral content makes it a valuable insect repellent, especially against mosquitoes and fleas (NEVER use on animals unless instructed by your veterinarian).

  • Balances oily skin and brightens complexion.
  • Uplifts mood and reduces stress.
  • Antibacterial and antiviral properties lend its use to homemade cleaners.
  • Clears nasal passages and alleviates symptoms of cough and colds.


  • Reduce stress, and elevates the mood.
  • Promotes sleep, and combats insomnia.
  • Relieves headaches, muscle aches, and joint pain.
  • Soothes eczema.
  • Reduces dandruff.
  • Insect repellant- against mosquitos, moths, and other insects.


Written by Brooke Lounsbury

About our editorial team

The TWC Editorial team is comprised of various wellness practitioners from physiotherapists, acupuncturists, fitness instructors, herbalists, and MDs.

This article does not constitute medical advice. Please consult a healthcare provider for proper diagnosis and treatment.
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