Ever enjoyed the scent of a rose? Then you’ve experienced the aromatic qualities of Essential Oils.

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CPTG: a new standard?

  • Pure and natural, with aromatic compounds carefully extracted from plants
  • Free from fillers or artificial ingredients; no dilution of active qualities
  • Free of contaminants, pesticides, or chemical residues
  • Rigorously tested for standards of chemical composition
  • Cross tested using mass spectrometry and gas chromatography to ensure exact purity and composition potency
  • Sourced by a global network of leading essential oil chemists and growers to
    • ensure correct species,
    • growth in ideal environments, and
    • that raw plant materials are carefully harvested at the right time

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Traditionally the most common application methods  preferred or used exclusively were topical or aromatic.

Today, the use of internal application is sometimes preferred.

As the research surrounding essential oils continues to develop, a greater understanding of application methods is now understood.

All application methods are safe when used appropriately, including aromatic, topical, and internal methods.

One or multiple application methods can be used for a wide range of emotional and physical wellness applications. They can be used as a single oil at a time or in complex blends in one of three methods:

  • Aromatic,
  • Internal or
  • Topical


It’s with thank of the English that the topical application is what it is today. Some Essential Oils can cause skin irritation, so diluted with a natural oil (fractionated coconut oil for example) will overcome this. Diluting (decrease of concentration) increases the absorption speed through the skin. Read more…


Aromatic components in the Essential Oils have an impact on our emotions, memories and wellbeing. Read more…


Internal use is the process of consuming or otherwise internalizing the Essential Oil into the body. Only Certified, Pure, Therapeutic Grade Essential Oils should be used for internal consumption. Read more…