Organic Therapeutic Essential oils. Not all essential oils are alike, so it’s important to get the highest quality therapeutic essential oils, as some of the cheaper ones may be synthetic oils and worthless for health benefits.
Essential oils are liquids which are extracted from plant parts such as leaves, flowerings, shrub, branches or bark that carry distinct odors or flavors of the plant from which it was extracted. Extraction is mostly done through steam distillation but can also include CO2 extraction or cold pressing. Essential oils are natural, strong scented compounds of terpenes and esters that are quickly evaporating and thus don’t necessarily show the typical characteristics of an oil. Essential oils are primarily used in flavoring, perfumery and toiletries however there are applications in the dietary supplement and food industries as well.
These oils may be diluted with carrier oils to create scents, lotions, soap, etc. Or used non-diluted in diffusers.
All Out There Innovations oils come in a handy 1 oz childproof* dropper bottle.
*We are compliant with the Child Nicotine Poisoning Prevention Act of 2015 (CNPPA) FDA Title 16 Part 1700.
If you don’t see a scent you are interested in – please contact us and let us know.
|Peppermint—Peppermint oil has been proven to help fitness workouts and help you workout harder and longer. Just add a dab on your wrist or other accessible area before you hit the gym. Peppermint has also long been known to sooth the stomach, improve focus, help reduce fever and stop muscle pain. Who doesn’t love the uplifting smell of peppermint? Read More.|
|Lavender—Lavender oil is a great anxiety reliever, and excellent for sound sleep. Lavender oil also has powerful antibiotic powers and a few drops of will naturally clean and sterilize any surface. Lavandula angustifolia is related to the mint or deadnettle family, Lamiaceae. It is native to the Old Word, Europe, eastern Africa, southwest Asia, southeast India and the Mediterranean. The very popular fragrance smells sweet and heavenly. Using the flowers, it is steam distilled. It is great for relieving stress, the common cold, flu, and headaches including migraines. It is useful as an antidepressant, decongestant, anti-inflammatory agent, sedative, diuretic, and deodorant.|
Cassia—Cinnamon oil is an essential oil steam-distilled from the leaves and back of Cinnamomum cassia, an evergreen tree native to southern China. This is one of several species of cinnamon that is used primarily for its aromatic bark and leaves. Cassia oil carries a warm, spicy aroma and is dark brownish-orange in color.
|Bergamot—Citrus bergamia, the bergamot orange tree, is grown in Italy and southern France in Côte d’Ivoire for its essential oil. The rind is pressed to release its oil and it is used for depression, stress, anxiety, skin infections such as eczema and psoriasis, is great for anorexia, liver stimulation, the gastrointestinal tract, fatigue, and the spleen. Put it in a diffuser, or in your bath water. It blends well with massage oils and is used at various salons, such as spas, massage therapists, nail and hair, and more places for its benefits. Dilute with carrier oils because it can burn the skin in its pure form. It is photosensitive, so stay out of the sun.|