Eden’s Garden Essential Oils Assessment and Features
These oils are stored in two portfolios. Each portfolio holds sixty-four bottles of essential oil. With purchase, consumers will get a brochure on the hundred and fifty ways to use essential oil.
The oils found in this kit include:
vetiver, myrrh, mountain savory, laurel leaf, ylang ylang, wintergreen, wild orange, vanilla, uplift, turmeric, thyme, tea tree, tangerine, sweet orange, sweet marjoram, sweet ambiance, sunshine spice, stress relief, stay alert, spruce, spring garden, spearmint, sleep ease, simply citrus, silver fur, sage, rosewood, rosemary Spanish, rosemary Moroccan, root beer, respiratory ease, relaxation, ravensara ravintsara, quiet time, purify, PMS ease, pine, petitgrain, pest defy, Peru balsam, peppermint, patchouli, palmarosa, oregano, opoponax, nutmeg, niaouli, nerolina, myrtle, muscle relief, muhuhu, meditation, mandarin, love, litsea, lime, lemon myrtle, lemongrass, lemon eucalyptus, lemon, lavender spike, lavender French, lavender, key lime, juniper berry, joy, immunity, hyssop, hope, head ease, harmony, grapefruit, good night, ginger, geranium, frankincense serrata, frankincense and myrrh, fir needle, fighting five, fir balsam, fennel, exhale, eucalyptus radiate, eucalyptus globulus, energy boost, elemi, earth and wood, dill weed, digest ease, cumin, coriander, copaiba, clove bud, clementine, cleaning, clary sage, citronella, cinnamon leaf, cinnamon bark, cilantro, cellulite, celery seed, cedarwood Himalayan, cedarwood atlas, cassia, carrot seed, caraway, camphor, cajeput, breathe easier, blood orange, black pepper, birch, bergamot, basil, balance, aromance, aphrodisiac, anxiety ease, amyris, and allspice.
Eden’s Garden is considered one of the biggest brand names in the essential oils industry. While there are several essential oil companies to choose from, there are only a few brands that are considered trustworthy and reputable by consumers. Eden’s Garden is known for their extensive variety of essential oils in addition to their carrier oils, gift sets, and accessories, so it doesn’t come as a surprise that this company has gained a name for themselves in the industry.
Who is Eden’s Garden?
This company started way back in 2000 and they have a lot to offer when it comes to this essential oils collection. As you have seen earlier in this review, these portfolios come with a huge selection of scents to choose from. To date, Eden’s Garden currently offers a total of a hundred and fifty different types of oil, and they’re still continuously adding new varieties and new scents every year. These oils come in both ten milliliter and five-milliliter sizes. While this may seem small to some buyers, these oils are so pure and potent that you’ll only need to add a few drops to your diffuser and the scent will fill the entire room.
How Eden’s Garden Essential Oils can Help you Heal Yourself
Eden’s Garden knows the power of essential oils, which is why their products consist of the highest quality oils used from the best raw materials. These highly concentrated oils in the portfolios can be used for aromatherapy treatment, or they can be used topically. Because these oils are pure, we don’t recommend ingesting them, at least not without first consulting a naturopath.
The manufacturer also doesn’t recommend using the oils directly on the skin without first blending them with a type of carrier oil such as olive oil, almond oil, or jojoba.
The manufacturer claims that using these oils offers a number of health benefits including:
- Promotes healthier skin
- Relieves stress
- Fights off bacteria that causes acne
- Rejuvenates the skin
- Reduces fine lines and wrinkles
- Protects the skin from harmful environmental pollutants
- Provides respiratory relief
Essential Oils Pros and Cons
- We felt, for the price, the variety of essential oils found in these portfolios is a huge plus.
- Whether you want to use these oils for personal or business use, you’ll enjoy experimenting with the different oils and researching their many uses.
- We love that these oils come in their own custom carry cases with individual spaces designed to keep each bottle secure.
- These portfolios zip up and can be easily stored.
For some buyers, the biggest complaint was the price. While it may seem steep to consumers with no prior experience with essential oils, those who have used aromatherapy in the past will be able to appreciate the quality. While the bottles may seem small, you only need to use two or three drops of oil for most uses including aromatherapy or even topical use. Another drawback for some is the fact that the bottles do not feature a distilled date. Essential oils do in fact oxidate, which means they can be used for up to one year before they need to be replaced. Without a distillation date, it’s hard to determine the age of the oil.
If these oils are simply out of your price range and you’re looking for a more affordable option we recommend the Super Explorer aromatherapy starter kit by Organic Aromas.