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Sleep Ease Massage Oil Ingredients

✿ Prunus ameniaca (Apricot) kernel oil
(a cold pressed vegan oil known as a carrier oil or medium to which essential oils are added)

Lavendula angustifolia (Lavender) flower oil (reputedly know for it's relaxing properties) 

Cinnamomum camphor (Ho Wood) leaf & twig oil (contains naturally occurring Linalool the same substance that also occurs in Lavender Oil however at much higher proportions, it too is calming and relaxing) 

Michelia alba (Magnolia) leaf oil.
Magnolia leaf oil is a prized ingredient in the perfume and fragrance industry as it belongs to the Michelia family commonly known as Magnolia, which family produces very fragrant flowers. Since the flowers do not yield an aromatic oil that can be extracted via distillation, the scent of flowers could  be extracted via a solvent process although it would still be very costly.  
Whereas the leaf of this plant produces an abundance of oil via a distillation process making it an affordable oil. Many companies avoid and or refrain from explaining the part of a plant that is used to extract an oil therefore some people may believe that this oil is as fragrant as a true magnolia flower, which it does not.
The aroma of distilled Magnolia leaf possesses a soft powdery green floral aroma that is slightly minty and is a great addition to just about any aromatic blend due to its ability to tone down sharp edges of other aromatic oils.  Plus due to the high content of Linalool, Michelia alba provides similar relaxing properties that are synonymous with Lavender.

Anethmis nobilis L. (Roman Chamomile) flower oil (reputedly known to calm the senses) 

Cananga odorata (Ylang Ylang) flower oil (a warm rich floral aroma that is known to provide peace and balance) 

If you are pregnant or nursing, have heart disease, epilepsy, high blood pressure or are presently receiving treatment for any medical condition please consult with your physician before using products that contain essential oils.

These statements have not been evaluated by the Food and Drug Administration or by Health Canada. This product is not intended to diagnose, treat, cure, or prevent any disease.

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