Essential Oil Mixtures are pure essential oils “mixed” together but not diluted with a carrier for special purposes.

Application to the skin: Dilute into a carrier before use. 

Direct inhalation: Refers to the technique of sniffing or inhaling an essential oil (undiluted) directly from the bottle, a handkerchief, an aromatherapy locket, a nasal inhaler or a cotton ball. Direct inhalation is most commonly employed for the relief of emotional distress and as supportive therapy for the relief of respiratory congestion or other respiratory ailments. Direct inhalations are also used for their effect on the nervous system.

Diffusion: Refers to a method of transmitting (undiluted) essential oils into the air within a specified area by using a steam or fan diffuser.