What can you do with Guaiacwood and Spanish Sage essential oils?
doTERRA recently released two new essential oils that are less commonly known, so we put together some diffuser blends to get you started…
Guaiacwood Essential Oil
Guaiacwood (pronounced as gwy-ack-wood) comes from the center heartwood of the Bulnesia sarmientoi tree in Paraguay. It is sustainably harvested and helping to retain and restore the Gran Chaco Forest which is in danger of being destroyed for cattle grazing.
In function, it is comparable to Palo Santo essential oil which has a history of being sourced irresponsibly and unethically. Switching to Guaiacwood is a better option.
Aroma-wise, it is earthy, woody, smoky, and sweet.
Spanish Sage Essential Oil
Spanish Sage essential oil helps with calmness AND alertness, so it’s a good oil for daytime focus – work, studying, etc.
Grown in Spain & France, Spanish Sage has a mildly camphoraceous and herbal aroma, and is my favorite of the spice oils (basil, rosemary, thyme, oregano).
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