Leleshwa - Tarchonanthus camphoratus Luminous Leleshwa is an illuminating and purifying essential oil also known as African Wild Sage, Wild Camphor Bush, Hottentot Tobacco, and Mikalambati in Swahili. This sagacious sage shrub is wild-crafted in Kenya and has been traditionally used as a folk remedy to deodorize and cleanse. Its clean, camphorous aroma clarifies thinking in an instant, opens the breath, and clears the body of sluggishness. Wild animals, such as elephants and rhinoceros, rub their skin upon the shrub to shield their skin from flying and crawling pests
White Sage - Salvia apiana Wondrous White Sage glows with gorgeous silvery-green leaves that have been traditionally burned for the purifying powers of its pungent smoke. The essence is an ally to sanctify the air, clear mental congestion, and infuse thoughts with peace.
Geranium - Pelargonium graveolens Geranium is potent with the botanical compounds of geraniol and citral which are the competent components that have made geranium an effective crawler-curber throughout history.
Lemon Tea Tree - Leptospermum petersonii Lemon Tea Tree contains three potent compounds that are nature’s most effective answer to fly-bys and crawlers: citral, citronellal, and pinene. Lemon tea tree has the added benefit of having a wonderfully uplifting, sunny scent
Eucalyptus - Eucalyptus globulus This particular strain of Eucalyptus contains high amounts of cineol, which is a disincentive to pests.
Eucalyptus Lemon Ironbark - Eucalyptus staigeriana Lemon-scented ironbark Eucalyptus contains the compounds of citronellol, citral, geraniol, and limonene.
French Cedar - Cedrus atlantica Rich, woodsy Cedar oil is the ingredient that takes our Forager’s Elixir from a natural pest spray to a stand-alone fragrance. You just might find yourself spritzing even when you’re nowhere near the forest! A deep, lasting aromatic with subtle hints of sweetness, cedar is known to assist in the decision-making process, encourage a calm disposition, and inspire clarity of mind.
Peppermint - Mentha piperita Peppermint is wonderfully refreshing yet not to unfriendly flyers, who find the aroma too powerful.