Sedona Synergy Fine Aromatherapy Blends

Remember Sedona forever with our radiant Sedona Synergy Fine Aromatherapy Blends, made exclusively with essential oils from Sedona, Northern & Central Arizona.
Giftable, roll-on Essential Oil Fragrances for Her, Him, Them, and You!
Featuring trees of Sedona and Northern Arizona, herbs, and citrus aromatics.

Sedona Synergy Fine Aromatherapy Blends, made exclusively with essential oils from Sedona, Northern & Central Arizona.

Wild-harvested and Cultivated Essential Oils from Sedona, Arizona

Never forget your visit to Sedona. Sedona Synergy aromatherapy blends contain essential oils distilled from the plants and trees you very likely hiked right next to during your stay in Red Rock Country. The Sedona area landscape includes various Pines, Junipers, Sages, Firs, and more. We created unique, fresh, aromatic scents from these native, wildcrafted essential oils, combined with other plants that are cultivated (unsprayed) in the Sedona area and Northern Arizona. We even add a dash of organic citrus that is distilled in Sedona, but grown down in the valley. Our fragrances are truly radiant and magical.






Sedona, Arizona


Aromatherapy, Essential Oils, Retail


More Information about Sedona Synergy Fine Aromatherapy Blends

About our essential oils and aromatherapy fragrance blends:

The essential oils we use are gathered from the Sedona, Flagstaff and Verde Valley areas (except for two), and are distilled in Sedona. They are either wild-harvested or cultivated and unsprayed. The cultivated essential oils are organic, but not “certified” organic, because the official certification process is usually too expensive for small farmers.

The first exception is the organic Valencia Orange, which is obtained from a local juicery but is grown in the lower elevations of Arizona. The second exception is the Lisbon / Ponderosa Lemon Peel co-distill, which is also harvested down in the valley, just north of Phoenix.

All essential oils are steam-distilled in Sedona and are not photo-toxic. The essential oils are natural products, meaning they are “not standardized”. Therefore, their fragrance can and will change from distillation to distillation, depending on many factors, such as rainfall, temperatures, harvest dates, age, etc…






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