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We are now offering a promotional 50% off discount for introductory packages of our Essential Oils, Tea Tins, and Extracts.
This ever-changing selection is carefully curated and expertly crafted in-house to give you the opportunity to uncover new and exciting things.

MEET YOUR REPS

CHLOE MARVEL

WHOLESALE DEPARTMENT DIRECTOR
FAVORITE PICKS:

Mint Chocolate Mate, Calendula Flower, Adapt Care Extract

QUINN WOLTER

ONLINE ACCOUNTS REPRESENTATIVE
FAVORITE PICKS:

Grilling Herbs, Taco Seasoning, Skullcap, Relax Care Extract

RITA SOLITON

STORE ACCOUNTS REPRESENTATIVE
FAVORITE PICKS:

Peppermint Leaf, Garam Masala Spice Blend, Throat Chakra Roll-On

ELLIS MOORE

WHOLESALE ACCOUNTS REPRESENTATIVE
FAVORITE PICKS:

Kava Kava Root Powder, Krishna Holy Basil, Adapt Care Extract, Smoked Paprika

CHLOE MARVEL

WHOLESALE DEPARTMENT DIRECTOR
FAVORITE PICKS:

Mint Chocolate Mate, Calendula Flower, Adapt Care Extract

QUINN WOLTER

ONLINE ACCOUNTS REPRESENTATIVE
FAVORITE PICKS:

Grilling Herbs, Taco Seasoning, Skullcap, Relax Care Extract

RITA SOLITON

STORE ACCOUNTS REPRESENTATIVE
FAVORITE PICKS:

Peppermint Leaf, Garam Masala Spice Blend, Throat Chakra Roll-On

ELLIS MOORE

WHOLESALE ACCOUNTS REPRESENTATIVE
FAVORITE PICKS:

Kava Kava Root Powder, Krishna Holy Basil, Adapt Care Extract, Smoked Paprika

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