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Traditional  Scents and Aromatherapy

The following oils may assist in alleviating the complaints featured. This is not a comprehensive list nor is it considered to be a prescription for the named complaint.

Chamomile
Helps to soothe nervous conditions, insomnia, antibacterial, disinfectant, anti-inflammatory, teething, sunburn, psoriasis, eczema, asthma, hay fever, diarrhea, sprains, nausea, fever, depression, toning, and uplifting.

Cinnamon
Used in our Hot Lava products.
Anti-viral antiseptic, circulatory, heart, digestive, respiratory, stimulant, antispasmodic, aphrodisiac, anti-venom eugenol--antiseptic.

Eucalyptus
Protecting, anti-inflamatory, antiseptic, antibiotic, diuretic, analgesic, deodorizing, coughs, cystitis, candida, diabetes, sunburn, sore throats, bronchitis, sinusitis, skin infections, ulcers, sores, rheumatism, aches and pains.

Juniper
Tonic for nervous system, digestive stimulant, diuretic, acne, coughs, ulcers, fatigue, rheumatism, sores, urinary tract infections.

Lavender
Burns, prevents scarring, antibiotic, antidepressant, sedative, immunoactive, wounds, relaxing, moisturizer, antiseptic, toning, exzema, tension, insomnia, asthma, rheumatism, arthritis, bacterial conditions, headaches, dermatitis, and fainting.

Lemon Grass
Antiseptic, infections, headaches, sore throats, respiration, fevers, tonic, insect repellent.

Patchouli
Antidepressant, sedative, aphrodisiac anxiety, acne, eczema, herpes, ulcers, and “tired skin”

Peppermint
Inflammation, nausea, indigestion, fevers, flatulence, migraine headaches, liver problems, arthritis, and a stimulant.

Pine
Antiseptic, diuretic, stimulant adrenal glands, bladder, kidney, chest infections, fatigue, rheumatism, gout, flu, bronchitis, muscle pain, respiration, sore throats, colds, circulation, muscle pain, and turpentine.

Rose (Lokelani)
Depression, aphrodisiac, female organ regulator, astringent, sedative, heart tonic, stomach, liver, uterus, nausea, headache, insomnia, skin care, relaxing, toning, moisturizing, antiseptic.

Rosemary
Physical and mental stimulant, muscular conditions, antiseptic, sprains, arthritis rheumatism, depression, fatigue, memory loss, migraine, flu, diabetes, hair care, antiseptic, stimulating, and toning.

Sandalwood
Antiseptic, tonic, aphrodisiac, fatigue, impotence, relaxing, uplifting, acne, cystitis, moisturizing, menstrual problems, skin infections, fungal and bacterial infections, and sedative.

Violet
Inflammations, kidney problems, obesity, skin infections, fibrosis, rheumatism analgesic, and liver decongestant.

White Ginger
Help to sooth muscular aches, pains, sprains, broken bones, colds, nausea, diarrhea, alcoholism, and digestive disorders.

Ylang-Ylang
Sedative, antiseptic, aphrodisiac, high blood pressure, intestinal infections, impotence, uplifting, moisturizing, anxiety, depression, sedative, tonic

 

Scents of the Islands   top

Aala
"The pleasant fragrance". Aala park in downtown Honolulu was named as such for the pleasant fragrance that infused the air during the era when the chinese laundries that inhabited the area hung their freshly cleaned laundry out to dry under the beaming sunshine.

Blue Hawaii
Our blend of coconut, pineapple and a hint of mango.

Coconut
Enhances self-esteem and confidence. Very comforting.

Guava
The guava tree is an evergreen, spreading tree often found along roadsides and hiking trails. The lemon-like, thin skinned fruit is very aromatic and is a good source of Vitamin C. Guavas are popular in local recipes such as pies, jams, jellies and as a refreshing juice on it's own or in a variety of combinations with other fruits.

Hawaiian Gardenia
“Happiness Herb”
Clears excess tension and stress.

Hibiscus
A distinct, heavy floral scent, with a hint of musk.

Hinahina “Boraginaceae (heliotrope)”
Hawaiian uses - Landscaping; lei making; tonic tea. The fragrant hinahina is the official flower of Kaho'olawe.

Hinano
Millions of years before the Hawaiian Islands were formed by volcanic action, even before dinosaurs roamed the continents, hala trees flourished on earth. The hala, also called pandanus (its scientific name) or screwpine, is a plant native to the Pacific and parts of Asia. It came to
Hawaii by natural means, since its seed is able to float.
There are female and male hala trees. The male hala flower, called hinano, has a pleasant fragrance. Its pollen was used to preserve feather leis and kahilis (feather symbols of royalty) and was also used by Hawaiian girls as a love charm. The white bracts, special leaves around the flower, were made into very fine mats which could be used only by Hawaiian chiefs and kahunas. An oil from the bracts was used to ease headaches. The flowers were said to cure constipation.

Hot lava
Spicy, cinammony and red, with a hint of rattan.

Kanani
"Beautiful". That is the only word to describe this truly unique scent.

Ku'uipo
"My sweetheart". Chris' latest brainchild. An irresistible blend of Sweet Pea, champagne and love potion #9. Sure to please your sweetheart!

Lokelani
“Heavenly Rose”
Uplifts. Sensual. Exquisite.

Maile
The fragrant Maile lei is considered to be the oldest type of lei in the tradition of Hawaiian lei making. The lei maile was the lei of all people, all classes, and all occasions, but most especially, it was associated with the worship of the gods of hula. Maile, sweetly perfumed, has many siblings, with different shaped leaves and traditions. In Hawaii legend there once was a greedy maile, a brittle maile, a luxuriant maile, and a sweetly scented maile. They were abandoned in the forest by their angry demi-god brother, because they weren't able to help him in his conquest of a beautiful chiefess.

According to legend, maile is associated with the goddess Laka and the ends of a maile garland are left open so that the energies of the goddess may enter.

Makani Kai
"Breeze from the ocean". A fresh scent with a splash of melon.

Mango
Sweet. A summertime favorite.

Mountain Apple
A true apple scent. No mistaking this for anything else but apple.

Onaona
"The sweet fragrance". Our signature blend of the sweetest hawaiian fruits and flowers. A must have!

Pakalana
Pakalana is the Hawaiian name for the Chinese Violet, (telosma cordata). This vine, native to South Asia, was introduced by immigrants who arrived in the mid 1800's. The flower is prized for its delicate fragrance and associated with love-making

Papaya
There are 45 species of papaya, one of the favorite fruits of Hawaii. The trees are small but are very fast growing. They bear fruit when one year old, some of which weigh up to 8 pounds. The Hawaiian solo papaya and the sunrise papaya weigh 1 1/2 pounds and are local favorites in many recipes such as salads, chutneys, jams and jellies. Papayas are a delicious breakfast fruit on their own or with berries and chunks of other tropical fruits. Papaya enzymes help with digestion and are a good source of Vitamins A, C, and E. The male plants have only flowers and the female plants produce flowers and the fruit. Their unique leaves are used as soap and as a meat tenderizer. The seeds are used in salad dressing and in medicines.

Pikake (Jasmine)
The pikake flower was named by Princess Kaiulani. Pikaie is the Hawaiian word for peacock, her favorite bird. A member of the jasmine family, the pikake has a sweet fragrance and is a favorite for leis, especially for brides.

Pineapple
Smells like pineapple. No joke!

Plumeria
Plumeria are a tropical flowering tree, sometimes called frangipani, in the plant family Apocynaceae. Though tropical by nature, when protected from frost, they are well suited to subtropical climates in the United States in states bordered by the Gulf of Mexico, and in Southern California. They are prolific in Hawaii.

Plumeria are valued as landscape plants, ornamentals, and for their flowers. The flowers come in seemingly endless variety of color, size and fragrance.

Most flowers have a b pleasant fragrance that is most intense during the early part of the day.

There seem to be several basic plumeria color schemes: white with a yellow center, yellow, multicolor, and red. There is speculation that red is a special case of multicolor. Most of the reds can be more properly referred to as red-purple.

Most plumeria enthusiasts know what a plumeria smells like. It smells like a plumeria! What a surprise! The scent is wonderful, but indescribable. Sometimes we call it floral sweet and other times we describe it as simply plumeria.

Pua Kenikeni
A native to the South Pacific Islands, the pua tree, as it is known there, was introduced in the late 1800's. The fragrant blossoms have become the flower of Kane'ohe. Because the flowers, at one time, were sold for ten cents apiece, the Hawaiians called it, "pua kenikeni," ten cents flower. Few pua kenikeni trees are found outside of windward O'ahu. The fragrant tubular flowers bloom a creamy white and by the second day, they change to a subtle orange. They are usually strung on thick lengths of banana fiber, knitting yarn, or one-inch wide bandage.

This was one of the most prized leis during the "Boat Days" of the late 1800's. When the Steamer ships arrived in port, visitors were greeted and adorned with this most "expensive" and fragrant lei. At the time, this flowered lei cost one dime - a fortune for those days. Hence, the kenikeni is known as the Ten Cent Flower. This 2-inch long, 5-petal, tubular blossom changes color from white to yellow and finally to orange. It takes almost 45 flowers to create one circular lei.

Rose (Lokelani)
Depression, aphrodisiac, female organ regulator, astringent, sedative, heart tonic, stomach, liver, uterus, nausea, headache, insomnia, skin care, relaxing, toning, moisturizing, antiseptic.

Tuberose
Tuberose oil has a slightly spicy, heavy, sweet fragrance.
Tuberose is a tender, tall, slim perennial with long slender leaves, a tuberous root and large, very fragrant, white lily-like flowers

One of the most exquisite and expensive oils at the disposal of the perfumer.

Aphrodisiac, Creativity, Harmony, Sensuality

White Ginger
Help to sooth muscular aches, pains, sprains, broken bones, colds, nausea, diarrhea, alcoholism, and digestive disorders.

 

Everything Else   top

Cool Water
Just like the cologne. A favorite for the guys.

Cucumber Melon
Classic, clean and fruity. A real crowd pleaser in all products.

Green Tea

Happy
The only way to describe this scent is by quoting a customer; “The smell just makes me feel all happy!”

Hot lava
Spicy, cinammony and red, with a hint of rattan.

Mountain Apple
A true apple scent. No mistaking this for anything else but apple.

Oatmeal, Milk and Honey
A sweet, warm, “comfort me” fragrance. Most popular in our fine bath salts and glycerine soaps.

Orange Bang
For those of you who love the aroma of fresh oranges. Aromatherapy properties of orange include uses for depression, anxiety, constipation, nervous conditions, muscular spasms, as a tonic, a sedative and antiseptic purposes.

Pearberry
Refreshing, fruity and appealing to all.

Pineapple
Smells like pineapple. No joke!

Purple Rain
One of our newest! Chris has surely outdone herself with this one! A blend of everything purple; muscadine grape, fresh lilacs, and violets.

Sex on the Beach
Get your minds out of the gutter……this scent is just like the drink! Heavy on the peaches, but you supply your own alcohol!

Strawberry
Yup, it smells like strawberry.

Vanilla
A warmer, creamier vanilla for all you vanilla fans.