Aromatherapy All-Stars

October 25th, 2012

If plants were people…

Jasmine would be the sexy siren. She’s an exotic beauty and her scent is alluring. She radiates happiness and warmth.

Cardamom would be definite boyfriend material. He’s the perfect combination of sweet and spicy, and never fails to come to your rescue when you’re feeling sick, stressed or off your game.

Lavender would be everybody’s sweetheart. She’s cool, calm and here mere presence puts everyone around her at ease.

We admit it – at 21 Drops we’re really passionate about essential oils. So passionate, in fact, that we liken them to people. Like human beings, every essential oil has its own unique power, energy and scent. And like human beings, when they’re put together as a team, they can make something really great.

Cary Caster combines essential oils to craft the 21 Drops aromatherapy blends.  21 Blends. 21 Solutions. From Headache to Heartache.

Each essential oil in our master-crafted blends is a player on the 21 Drops team, bringing its own star quality to the formulas. And Cary Caster, a clinical aromatherapist and the creator of 21 Drops, is the coach. She knows the nature of every player and positions them together to create a “winning” combination.

Without further ado, we’d like to introduce you to some of our all-star players.


Bio: Distilled from the alluring jasmine flower, jasmine absolute is an exotic and sensual essential oil. Jasmine flowers are used around the world as a cultural symbol of beauty and femininity. The essential oil can be used as an aphrodisiac, anti-depressant, and emollient for dry or sensitive skins.

Hometown: Tropical regions of Asia and Africa

Star Quality: Releases inhibitions and relieves depression. Supports comfort within oneself

A Bit of Trivia: In India, Jasmine is called “Queen of the Night” because it releases its alluring fragrance in the evening.

Find it Here: 02 PMS, 06 Passion, 10 Calm


Bio: Cardamom is an aromatic and resinous plant whose seeds are used as a spice, a perfume and for medical purposes. Cardamom’s many benefits were already recognized 3,500 years ago.  Ancient Egyptians used it in perfumery and Romans used it to settle their stomachs after overeating. One of the world’s most rare oils, it is used to treat infections, inflammation and to aid digestion.

Hometown: Native to India, Nepal and Bhutan, today it also cultivated in Sri Lanka, Guatemala and India.

Star Quality: Refreshing, invigorating, nourishing. Invites mental clarity.

A Bit of Trivia: Cardamom is the third most expensive spice in the world!

Find it Here: 04 Hangover, 06 Passion, 17 Digest, 20 Abstain


Bio: Lavender is a flowering herb from the mint family. It was used for thousands of years for its lovely fragrance and its multitude of healing properties. Ancient Egyptians used it in cosmetics. During World War I, when medical antiseptics were in short supply, lavender essential oil was used to care for soldiers’ wounds. Lavender can be used to treat a myriad of conditions such as insomnia, depression, nausea, headaches and even cancer.

Hometown: Indigenous to the Old World, it is now cultivated in gardens around the world.

Star Quality: Calms, soothes and reduces anxiety. Encourages balance in all body systems.

A Bit of Trivia: Queen Elisabeth loved lavender so much she used it as a perfume, to treat her migraines with, and infused her tea with it!

Find it Here: 04 Hangover, 05 Headache, 11 De-Stress, 12 Uplift, 13 Carry On, 14 Immunity

Do you have a personal favorite essential oil? Tell us why you love it!

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