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    Essential Oils
   Basil - Warm, sweet, pungent. (Tonifies: Yang) (Special Healing Properties: Disperses Cold) product detailsST, KD, LV 
   Chamomile - Cool, sweet. (Special Healing Properties: Clears Heat) product detailsSP, LV 
   Clary Sage - Cool, sweet, pungent. (Special Healing Properties: Clears Heat) product detailsHT, KD, LV 
   Frankincense - Cool, bitter, pungent. (Special Healing Properties: Qi, Circulates Blood, Calms Spirit) product detailsLU, HT, KD 
   Geranium - Neutral, sweet. (Tonifies: Yin) (Special Healing Properties: Qi) product detailsKD, LV 
   Ginger - Hot, pungent. (Tonifies: Yang) (Special Healing Properties: Circulates Blood, Dries Dampness, Disperses Wind) product detailsLU, ST, SP, KD 
   Jasmine - Cool, sweet. (Tonifies: Yin) (Special Healing Properties: Clears Heat) product detailsKD, LV 
   Juniper - Warm, bitter, pungent. (Special Healing Properties: Disperses Cold, Dries Dampness, Disperses Wind) product detailsKD, LV 
   Lavender - Cool, sweet, pungent. (Special Healing Properties: Qi, Clears Heat, Disperses Wind, Calms Spirit) product detailsLU, LV, PC 
   Neroli - Cool, sweet, pungent. (Special Healing Properties: Dries Dampness) product detailsST, SP, HT 
   Peppermint - Cool, pungent. (Special Healing Properties: Qi, Clears Heat, Disperses Wind) product detailsLU, LV 
   Rose - Neutral, sweet. (Tonifies: Yin) (Special Healing Properties: Qi, Circulates Blood, Clears Heat) product detailsHT, KD, LV 
   Sandalwood - Cool, bitter, pungent. (Special Healing Properties: Clears Heat, Dries Dampness, Resolves Phlegm) product detailsLU, SP, UB, KD 
   Tea Tree - Cool, bitter, pungent. (Special Healing Properties: Clears Heat, Dries Dampness, Disperses Wind) product detailsLU, KD 
   Thyme - Cool, bitter, pungent. (Tonifies: Qi) (Special Healing Properties: Clears Heat, Resolves Phlegm) product detailsLU, ST, KD 
   Wintergreen - Warm, sweet. (Special Healing Properties: Disperses Cold, Dries Dampness, Disperses Wind) product detailsUB, KD 
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