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Jasmine, I'm Yours

Growing up, our founder was so enamored of the scent of jasmine flowers that she tried every jasmine fragrance she could find, but none captured the true spirit of the flower’s true nature. It's how she discovered essential oils: searching for that perfect aroma.

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Spring Cleaning

Spring is the season for gentle cleansing and green nourishment. Just as we “spring clean” our houses we can detoxify gently and naturally by adding green vegetables and herbs into our diet. Consuming nutrient-rich, seasonal food is just what the body needs to stay in balance.

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Chamomile Flowers

Chamomile is an amazing herb. While most of us are familiar with it as a non-caffeinated tea option, it is so much more. This underestimated little flower is actually a medicinal powerhouse, and has been long used in herbal medicine.

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An Herbal Remedy

With a head or chest cold, rest is the key to a speedy recovery. You deserve a break from work to help your body heal—and coworkers will be grateful to be spared exposure. And in addition to sleep, if you want to go a more natural medicinal route, herbal teas and baths can be extremely helpful.

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A Rose is a Rose

Many people think of roses as simply decorative or sweet smelling, but the flowers are actually used around the world in herbal medicine. 
 

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Burdock For Skin

Lately, our juicer has been working overtime. We’ve been trying new combinations of brightly colored plants each week, loving the energetic and nutritional boosts they bring.

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Peach Power

Fresh, organic peaches are a wonderfully nutritious food. They are high in vitamins and nutrients like lycopene and beta carotene. The fruit is a perfect summer staple that we all know well but, as less people realize, the rest of the peach tree is also quite medicinal.

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Folk Method Cordial

Our resident herbalist shares her summer berry cordial recipe which is an excellent way to make use of summer fruit to be enjoyed year-round. It is delicious over ice cream, in lemonade, with sparking water, or alone!

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Cinnamon in Winter

Ever wondered why Cinnamon is a common flavoring, especially during the winter holidays? Beyond it’s pleasant taste in cider, mulled wine, cinnamon buns, or even breath mints this helpful bark is used in herbal medicine for digestive upsets of all kinds.

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Reuse Your ETF Packaging

We believe everything produced should be beautiful & functional. This holds true for all Earth tu Face packaging. We use glass that can be repurposed, (our labels peel off easily and can hold spices, herbs, jewelry after your Earth tu Face product is gone), recycled or even composted.

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