Nirvana has been formulated to boost immunity and add some warmth to your day. A blend of vibrant oils gives it a spicy aroma you will love.
Supports Immune Function
Our Nirvana blend has been formulated to add some warmth to your day. A blend of vibrant essential oils gives it a spicy smell you will love - particularly during the holiday season.
Not only does it have an invigorating aroma, but the combination of Cinnamon, Clove Bud, and Lime also give it strong anti-bacterial and immune-stimulating qualities, and Sweet Orange is a fantastic essential oil for boosting mood and reducing anxiety.
It is the closest oil in the Zea Essentials Range to the traditional Four Thieves Oil, that comes from a long-told historic tale of four thieves during the 15th-century plague who used Clove, Cinnamon and other botanicals to protect themselves from the terrible diseases.
Add a few drops of Nirvana to an aroma diffuser or oil burner to bring the aroma of a White Christmas to your home.
Cinnamon Bark: Can you smell Christmas? Cinnamon Bark has a woody and warming cinnamon scent linked to feelings of romanticism and strength. It is believed to help boost immune systems and stimulate circulation.
Clove Bud: A stimulating and uplifting oil. It works to support the immune system, is warming and acts as an anti-inflammatory. Clove Bud has a spicy scent and blends well with citrus fragrances.
Sweet Orange: A versatile sweet oil with a fresh and uplifting aroma. It blends well with essential oils with spicy notes such as cinnamon and clove bud. Sweet Orange has anti-depressant and anti-inflammatory properties.
Lime: A sweet, fresh and happy citrus scent. Lime essential oil is useful not only for aiding the cure of colds and flu but for cleansing skin of blemishes.
For external use only.
Avoid contact with eyes.
Keep out of reach of children.
Store below 30°C in a dry place away from direct sunlight.
If ailment persists seek medical advice.
These safety guidelines are not a complete safety reference for the proper use of essential oils. When in doubt, consult your physician and/or a qualified and trained aromatherapy practitioner.