pure essential oils – pine, geranium, cardamom, patchouli, copaiba balsam

5 ml

Rejuvenate.  Positivity.  Contentment.


For the moment let all burdens and responsibilities ease away.  This warming blend with a hint of sweet spice revives a tired mind restoring a sense of strength, enticing positivity, contentment and acceptance. 


Warm-Spice.  Lightly-Floral.  Balsamic.



Restore helps to disperse nervous tension and heaviness to uplift and warm the emotions renewing an ‘appetite for life’ and emotional positivity.



Restore can be used any time you need emotional support and is best used in an essential oil burner or diffuser where you can relax and enjoy the restoring therapeutic aroma.


Essential Oil Burner/Diffuser - add 4–8 drops to water in a burner or diffuser.  Always diffuse intermittently (see how to here).

Tissue - put 1 drop of Restore on a tissue to carry around with you and inhale at regular intervals.



Pinus sylvestris (pine), *Pelargonium graveolens (geranium), Elettaria cardamomum (cardamom), *Pogostemon cablin (patchouli), *Copaifera officinalis (Copaiba Balsam)

* donates certified organic


Enjoy the essence and support of therapeutic aromatherapy.  Knowing what you’re smelling is 100% pure and created by a qualified aromatherapist.

Essential oils are not just about a pleasant aroma.  They’re also a powerful mix of nature’s chemicals that, when used correctly, can have a positive effect on your emotions and your well-being.



This pure essential oil synergistic blend is safe if used as directed.

Do not to use during pregnancy.

Do not use around children under 3-years.

Do not diffuse continuously.  It is best to diffuse essential oils intermittently (more info here).

Not for internal use.

Keep out of reach of children.

Do not apply undiluted essential oils directly to the skin or to bath water.



Therapeutic plant oils possess a wide range of healing properties that can be used effectively to support your health and well-being.  However, the information here is not intended to substitute the advice provided by your healthcare professional or physician.

Remember you should consult with a qualified aromatherapist about essential oil usage and always inform your primary care physician what you are using as they may not be conducive to his/her prescribed therapy and medications.