Joy • Recovery Blend

For those who enjoy citrus notes, this blend is for you.  JOY has been blended with  5 citrus oils along with ylang ylang, Canadian Balsam Fir, lavender, lemongrass & coriander to calm & balance the nervous system.  Must be ‘sniffed’ to be fully appreciated!

JOY supports a joyful outlook, invigorates & uplifts our thinking and thought patterns.

Click here for my collection of Recovery Blends.

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1. Guelph Farmers’ Market
Saturdays • 7 am – noon

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Joy monograph Nov 2017
LJ Turtle Aromatherapy • Guelph Ontario Canada


Read about my JOY Recovery Blend in August’s edition of The Nose Knows.


Good Vibrations Diffuser Blend

LJ Turtle Good Vibrations Diffuser blend was originally blended for a Reiki wellness practitioner to use in between clients.  She felt the space needed ‘cleansing’ as one client was leaving and another was arriving.

Good Vibrations also reflects my Ojibwa heritage – I intentionally used Canadian Black Spruce and Sage to do the heavy cleansing work.

Good Vibrations Catalogue MOnograph July 2018


Click here for my collection of Turtle Recovery Blends.

Available Saturdays at the Guelph Farmers’ Market

Last chance to enter to win Summer Survival Gift Pack

Friday and Saturday will be your last chances to enter to win an LJ Turtle Summer Survival Gift Pack which includes:

Let Me Be Insect Deterrent Spray
A pair of handcrafted aromatherapy diffuser earrings with Joy Diffuser Blend
Lavender Hydrosol
Smelly Dog Grooming Spray 

Draw date is the last Saturday in June.  You can enter at either the Two Rivers Market on Fridays or the Guelph Farmers’ Market on Saturdays.  Good luck!

summer survival draw June 2018
LJ Turtle Aromatherapy • Guelph Ontario Canada


let me be C 2018
Let Me Be • Outdoor Meditation Spray


Smelly Dog Woodsy
Smelly Dog Grooming Spray • Woodsy Piper’s Blend


Serenity Now • Harmonizing Essential Oil Blend

Inspired by an episode of Seinfeld, Serenity Now is a synergistic blend of five carefully selected essential oils that are calming, restorative & harmonizing. Clary sage, ylang ylang, Canadian white pine, grapefruit & vetiver work to help manage nervous & mental exhaustion.

Must be ‘sniffed’ to be fully appreciated!


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Reference: Julia Lawless • The Illustrated Encyclopedia of Essential Oils • 1991


Keep out of reach of children.  For external use only.  Avoid contact with eyes and mucus membranes.  Consult a healthcare practitioner if you are pregnant, lactating or have medical conditions.

This information is for education purposes only & in no way is meant to serve as medical or professional advice.  We are not responsible for any products made in use of these oils or the outcome of any application thereof. As always, we recommend testing all blends. 

Sharing experiences with essential oils is an effective way of learning to utilize these powerful gifts from nature. With this knowledge we can take control of our personal health . Products and techniques mentioned are not intended to diagnose, treat, cure or prevent any disease.

The information contained on this blog is for informational purposes only. The contents are not intended to provide a professional medical diagnosis, opinion or to recommend any particular course of treatment.

The products and methods recommended are not intended to diagnose, treat, cure or prevent any illness or disease, nor is it intended to replace proper medical help.  Understand that essential oils work to help to bring the body into balance – thus helping the body’s natural defenses to restore homeostasis. Essential oils are not used to “treat” medical problems.

Important Note: The information on is only provided for educational purposes, and further research should be done on each essential oil to be assured of its proper usage for each individual. Aromatherapy is not meant to be a replacement for care under a qualified health professional, but should be considered a complimentary modality.

Please remember that anything discussed here does not constitute medical advice and cannot substitute for appropriate medical care.

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