Hannah's Botanical Garden -The Beginning

  • Spearmint

    Spearmint has a sweeter, slightly milder fragrance than peppermint. Spearmint’s fragrant properties can be quite refreshing, and is often used as a "pick me up" oil.
  • Calming Aromatique by Best of Nature

    Calming Aromatique essential oil is a handcrafted blend of essential oils created by the U.S. based company Best of Nature.
  • Palmarosa

    Palmarosa oil is comparable in aroma to geranium oil. Palmarosa is thought to calm the nervous system and perform as a natural stabilizer.
  • Sandalwood

    Sandalwood is derived from a class of trees in the genus Santalum. Sandalwood essential oil is pressed from the wood and roots of the East Indian sandalwood tree
  • Rosemary

    Rosemary: Rosemary is not just used in food preparations. This shrub bears needle-like leaves and has a woody fragrance to it.
  • Sage (Clary Sage)

    Clary sage (Salvia sclarea) is a flowering herb that’s native to the Mediterranean Basin.
  • Citronella

    Citronella: Citronella has been used in Indonesia and China for hundreds of years. Citronella oil is created by distilling the grass plant Cymbopogon.
  • Eucalyptus Essential Oil

    Eucalyptus: Eucalyptus derives from the eucalyptus plant that is native to the country of Australia. The oil is created by pressing the leaves of the plant which release the fragrant oil.
  • Bergamot Essential Oil

    Bergamot: What is Bergamot? Citrus bergamia or bergamot is a citrus fruit that is native to the European country of Italy. The actual bergamot oil is extracted from the peels of the citrus fruit to create the fragrant aroma for bergamot essential oils.
  • Almond Oil

    Almond trees are native to the Middle East and Asia. Almond oil is derived from fruit of the almond tree. It may surprise some that there are actually two types of almond oil: Sweet Almond Oil Bitter Almond Oil (toxic if ingested).
  • Life Long Learner- Agarwood Essential Oil

    Agarwood oil comes from Agar tree that is found in Southeast Asia. The oil is produced from the resin that has been infected by mold of the tree. This resin is very fragrant and is used in the creation of incense, perfume, and small carvings.
  • The Journey to the Botanical Garden Part I

    Now that a bit of background has been provided regarding the concept and materialization of Hannah's Botanical Garden; we would like to begin sharing some of the information that has been found along the way. Take for instance several common items found within the household such as cayenne pepper, cinnamon, Epsom salts, and raw honey.