What is Hemp? 

Hemp and Weed (Marijuana) are two different varieties of the Cannabis sativa plant.

The Hemp plants have no tetrahydrocannabinol (THC), the psychoactive compound that produces the high associated with weed.

What is Canna? 

Canna is a tropical American plant with bright flowers and ornamental broad, flat leaves. 

What is Aromatherapy?

Aromatherapy is a holistic healing treatment that uses natural plants and oils to promote health and well-being.


Please Note: Aromatherapy is not to be replaced for Medical Treatment. 

Here is a little information about the ingredients found in our Candles and their aromatherapy benefits.   

Plants ~ Herbs & Oils 


Hemp has a calming effect on the central nervous system.  It helps with anxiety, insomnia, stress.  


The lavender plant promotes calmness & wellness.  A soothing and relaxing scent, lavender has the ability to relieve anxiety, depression, and stress. It is also used also to treat headaches and insomnia. It improves cognitive function as well as your skin.   


Soy wax burns cleaner and results in less soot than paraffin.


  • Soy wax is natural. 

  • It is non-toxic and environmentally friendly.


The Agave plant is a genus of the Asparagaceae family. It’s native to several areas of the Americas, including Mexico and the Caribbean. Agave nectar comes from the blue agave plant as well as Agave Americana, which is also known as Maguey or the Century Plant. This is the same plant that's used in making tequila.

Helps With: 

  • Metabolism

  • Morning sickness

  • Depression and anxiety


Citrus Oil 

Citrus oils offer a variety of benefits for health and wellness.  Some of the benefits citrus oils offer are:

  • Boosts Mood: Citrus oils are a wonderful way to enhance mood and emotional balance. They work on the brain's chemicals and hormones resulting in an improved mood. Let these aromatic oils brighten your mood!

  • Antioxidant Protection: Antioxidants also help to relieve stress on the immune system.

  • Immune System Support:  Burn one of our candles containing these fruity oils to enjoy an immune boost during cold and flu season. Or use to recover from seasonal illnesses quicker.

  •  Superb Air Freshener: They can remove odors throughout the house and workplace.

  •  Ease Anxiety & Irritability: These oils can help reduce feelings of anxiety and irritability, as well as other mood disorders.  It can help balance mood and emotions.

  • Boost Energy: Citrus oils also help to boost physical and mental energy levels to help you get through the day.  

Vanilla Oil

Vanilla is a flavor that is not just a favorite in cakes and ice-creams, but also an fragrance oil scent.  Apart from its use as a flavoring agent in foods, beverages, and pharmaceutical industries, vanilla oil has several health benefits.  

  • Promotes Relaxation: Vanilla oil is widely credited as a calming substance that creates positive associations and evokes feelings of warmth and happiness. 

  • Improves Sleep Quality: Vanilla works on both a physical and mental level to help you relax. It quiets the mind and relieves tension, so you’re lulled more easily to sleep.

  • Maintains Respiratory Health: Vanilla oil especially in candles, have shown to help you breathe easier at night because it promotes relaxation and affects the respiratory center in the brain.

  • Relieves PMS Symptoms: Because vanilla oil has been shown to boost estrogen production, it can help alleviate symptoms of PMS like bloating, fatigue, and cramps, as well as better regulate emotions.


The patchouli plant is a type of aromatic herb. Patchouli oil has a characteristic scent that might be described as woody, sweet, and spicy. 

Patchouli oil has a variety of additional uses throughout the world. Some of these include:

  • easing symptoms of conditions like colds, headaches, and upset stomach. 

  • relieving depression

  • providing feelings of relaxation and helping to ease stress or anxiety

  • using as an insecticide, antifungal, or antibacterial agent

Palo Santo

Patchouli is a large perennial that is a member of the Labiatae family, which includes lavender, mint and sage. Its origin is traced to Southeast Asia, and is extensively cultivated in various Indonesian Islands, India, the Philippines, Malaysia, China, and South America. The oil extracted from the leaves of the plant is well-known for its deep, earthy and musky fragrance.

Palo Santo essential oil benefits have have a long history as a central component of rituals and purifying ceremonies, dating back to the time of the Incan Empire in South America. Still commonly used in traditional medicine in modern-day Peru, it is said to relax the mind and, when used in incense, for “treatment of evil wind or colds.”  These uses gave rise to the name “Palo Santo,” which literally means “holy stick.”

Try it today for its many soothing, clarifying, and cleansing benefits!

Crystals & Quartz

Rose Quartz:

Rose Quartz is the stone of unconditional love, kindness, and compassion.  This is a wonderful stone for self-healing. This is a calm, peaceful stone that can help you feel connected to others and strengthen your sensation of joy.

Helps With: 

  • Self-Love

  • Compassion 

  • Kindness

  • Unconditional Love

  • Emotional Healing

  • Joy, Peace, Playfulness


Amethyst is a form of quartz. The most common color is purple although you can also find heat-treated versions that are green (prasiolite) and yellow (also called Citrine).  

The word Amethyst comes from the Greek word "amethystos" meaning "Not Drunken," which speaks to the traditional use of amethyst as a stone to prevent drunkenness. 

Helps With: 

  • Insight

  • Insomnia 

  • Safe travel 

  • Stress and anxiety

  • Nightmares 

  • Addictions

Tiger Eye 

Called so because of its resemblance to its namesake, tigers eye is most commonly known as a yellow/brown stone. However, there are also blue tigers eye as well as red tigers eye. It is a manifestation stone, and it can help you when struggling with issues of self. 

Helps With:

  • Self-Expression

  • Self-Worth

  • Self-Esteem 

  • Self-Definition 

  • Self-Love

  • Self-Concept

  • Self-Criticism

  • Manifesting Goals