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Camphorated Olive Oil

The Camphorated Oil is merely the same basic force [as Olive Oil?] to which has been added properties of Camphor in more or less its raw or original state, than the spirits of same. Such activity in the epidermis is not only to produce soothing to affected areas but to stimulate the circulation in such effectual ways and manners as to combine with the other properties in bringing what will be determined, in the course of two to two and a half years, a new skin!  440-003

Oil to remove scars.   In a glass jar place 1 oz of natural camphor and 4oz extra virgin olive oil and leave stand until dissolved – this will then be camphorated oil. To this add 4oz of cold pressed peanut oil.

More Cayce Remedies will be added soon.


The following is very popular with men that like to only use natural products on their skin.


from The New Directions Team

50ml- alcohol (vodka is a suitable alcohol to use)
50ml- floral water of clove (distilled water is also suitable)
20 drops- lime essential oil
10 drops- orange essential oil
5 drops- French lavender
5 drops- patchouli
10 drops- bay oil
1 tsp. Benzoin tincture.

Add the essential oil blend to alcohol base, and allow the oils to
disperse. Add this to the floral water, and then finally mix in the
tincture of benzoin. Witch hazel can also be added to this aftershave.
Allow this to mature for 2 weeks, then pour into a dark bottle and attach
an atomizer.


The Power of Essential Oil 

From the Penn Herb Company team
Essential oils possess the pure properties of plants from which they are derived, in effect harnessing the power of the herb, fruit or flower. These fragrant botanical essences are not only credited with enhancing the mood, but are now being recognized for their antiseptic, antibacterial, and a host of other therapeutic properties. 

Our fascination with scents has been around since time immemorial. While the the ancient Egyptians are perhaps best noted for their use of Cedarwood and Frankincense oils for their mummification process, aromatic plants and oils have also been an integral part of other ancient civilizations as well, being used for massage, health and religious purposes. 

Aromatherapy: Stimulate Your Senses
The sense of smell has the longest recall of all our senses. It can evoke memories of the past, and stimulate sexual desire, hunger and other emotions. For these and other reasons, we're now seeing a revival of the art of  aromatherapy, the controlled use of essential oils to enhance physical, and emotional health and well-being. Essential oil blends can relax, rejuvenate and inspire! Experiment and create your own personal perfume blends and potpourris. 

Penn Herb Company offers an extensive line of the highest quality essential oils, obtained from reliable suppliers around the world. All oils are packaged in light restrictive, cobalt blue glass bottles that include a unique "dropper top" for ease of use . Here's a look at some of our popular and exotic oils:

Anise_Plant[1].jpg (19637 bytes)Anise (Pimpinella anisum): With its sweet, rich, fragrant aroma, Anise is a delightful addition to any perfume blend. For a soothing treat, add 5 drops to your bath to relieve stress, insomnia, and nervous headaches. Aromatherapy effects: Cheering, relieves fear anxiety and melancholy.

Clove (Szygium aromaticum): Clove is perhaps best known for its inclusion in dental preparations to relieve toothaches. The spicy scent is also used in perfumes, soaps and potpourris. 
Aromatherapy effects: Sense enhancing and warming.

Eucalyptus (Eucalyptus globulus): Who doesn't appreciate this healing scent when congested and fighting a cold? Eucalyptus essential oil has a long history of therapeutic use, but is most commonly used as an inhalant  to relieve respiratory congestion. 
Aromatherapy effects: Purifying, invigorating.

Lavender_Flowers[1].jpg (20597 bytes)  Lavender Flowers (Lavandula angustifolia): This classic, floral scent is a favorite of many aromatherapists because of its versatility and calming influence. Lavender essential oil  has a soothing aroma that relieves anxiety and promotes restful sleep. For a peaceful night's sleep, add 6-8 drops in a simmer pot next to your bed, use in an aromatic diffuser; or try a relaxing bath by adding 10 drops to a bathtub of warm water and soak for 10 minutes.
Aromatherapy effects: Calming, soothing, normalizing.

Myrrh Oil (Commiphora myrrha): Myrrh's value down through history is legendary, and its trade along with Frankincense formed the economic base of several ancient kingdoms, due to its high demand for religious and cosmetic purposes. Today, Myrrh's spicy, balsamic aroma is valued as a fixative in perfume and potpourri blends, or just for its own special fragrance.
Aromatherapy effects: Centering, visualizing, meditative. 

Sandalwood, East Indian (Santalum album): Native to tropical Asia, Sandalwood exudes a woodsy, sweet sensuous fragrance. It is a great scent for gentlemen or ladies- apply just a few drops to hair ends to smooth them, and to enjoy a sweet sandalwood scent all day long. 
Aromatherapy effects: Relaxing, centering, sensual.

Mix Your Own Special Blend
The following aromatic recipes are taken from some of our best-selling aromatherapy guides, The Essential Oils Book and Aromatherapy, A Lifetime Guide To Healing With Essential Oils:

My Aching Feet Bath: This refreshing and soothing combination is for those occasions when you know you should have worn more comfortable shoes. The author suggests a follow-up application of Arnica gel to help put you right back on your feet.
3 drops Lavender

3 drops Eucalyptus

4 drops Rosemary

Add oils to 2 gallons warm water and mix well

Re-Fuel: An aromatic bath to relieve nervous tension.

Bath salts (or other carrier)

5 drops Patchouli

3 drops Clary Sage

2 drops Eucalyptus

Add essential oils to carrier and mix well. Pour preparation into a full warm bath and stir with your hand. Soak for 20 to 30 minutes. 

Anxious to get started? Where do you begin? It's quite simple really- a great aromatherapy reference such as the ones mentioned above and you -- that's all that's required. Let your nose be your guide and have fun. You can also take advantage of our special offer below.

F71a[1].jpg (10637 bytes)Create That Special Mood In Just Minutes
Whether you want an uplifting, relaxing, energizing, refreshing or sensual atmosphere- just 10 drops of your favorite essential oil - and within 5 minutes the Amrita Ball will diffuse the fragrant essence throughout a 500 square foot area, for several hours. What's more, unlike potpourri, lamp-ring or other low cost diffusers that may overheat and affect the scent of essential oils, the Amrita Ball provides the optimum temperature for diffusion with heat with no degradation of essential oils- resulting in the full enjoyment of your precious oils.

Simply apply 10 drops of essential oil onto one of the diffuser's cotton pads. Insert the pad under the protective grill above the ceramic plate, and plug the Amrita Ball into any electrical outlet.



EXOTIC & RICH BODY LOTION   from The New Directions Team

60g mango butter
60g shea butter
60g cocoa butter
60g coconut oil
5ml Wheatgerm Oil
5ml Vitamin E
60g emulsifying wax
120ml Floral Water
3ml Vanilla Essential Oil
3ml Ylang Ylang Essential Oil
3ml Sandalwood East Indian essential Oil

In a double Boiler method, blend together the Mango Butter, Shea Butter, Cocoa Butter, Coconut Oil, Wheat germ Oil and Vitamin E. Once these have blended, add your emulsifying wax once this has cooled, add in the Essential Oils, and don’t forget that you can substitute these oils with your own favourite blend.




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