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Aura Cacia Home Care Essential Oil Blend Main Squeeze -- 2 fl oz

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Aura Cacia Home Care Essential Oil Blend Main Squeeze -- 2 fl oz

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Aura Cacia Home Care Essential Oil Blend Main Squeeze Description

  • Pure Essential Oils
  • Daily Cleaning
  • Power of Nature
  • Positive Change Project

Clean with the power of nature! This expertly formulated blend was crafted specifically for use in everyday home care. Featuring sweet orange, lemon, grapefruit, lavender, palmarosa and lemon tea tree essential oils, Aura Cacia Main Squeeze Essential Oil Blend takes the guesswork out of blending your own essential oils and will leave your home sparkling.


Aura Cacia® was founded over 40 years ago on pure essential oils and true aromatherapy benefits. We partner with suppliers to source high quality botanicals and rigorously test every batch to ensure purity. We then provide premium products with consumer safety at the forefront. And importantly, Aura Cacia is part of a member owned co-op that puts people and planet ahead of profits.


Cleaning Recipes


Multi-Purpose Spray

Combine 1 cup water with ¼ teaspoon Borax in a large spray bottle. When Borax dissolves, add ¼ teaspoon unscented liquid Castile soap and 1 teaspoon of Main Squeeze. Shake well.


Window Cleaner

Mix 1½ cups distilled water, 2 tablespoons white vinegar and ½ teaspoon Main Squeeze in a spray bottle. Shake well and spray on windows or glass surfaces.


Dishwasher Pods

Combine 2 cups washing soda, 2 cups Borax, ½ cup white vinegar and ¾ teaspoon Main Squeeze in mixing bowl until a thick paste forms. Press mixture into ice cube tray. Allow to dry for 24-48 hours. Use on pod per wash.


Note: Test on an inconspicuous area before general use.

*These statements have not been evaluated by the Food and Drug Administration. This product is not intended to diagnose, treat, cure, or prevent any disease.

Ingredients: Citrus sinensis (sweet orange) oil, citrus x limon (lemon) oil, citrus x paradisi (grapefruit) oil, lavandula x intermedia (lavender) oil, cymbopogon marinii (palmarosa) oil, leptospermum petersonii (lemon tea tree) oil.

Caution: If pregnant, nursing, suffering from any medical condition, or taking medication, consult a health care practitioner before use. Avoid eyes and mucous membranes. Dilute properly. May cause skin irritation. For external use only.

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A Father Carries His Toddler Son, and They Smile Together Amongst a Backyard Gathering, Representing Spring Traditions.

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Easter egg hunts and egg rolls

If you live in the U.S., the spring practice you hear about most and have readiest access to is the good ol' Easter egg hunt. You don't have to bow to its religious roots (Easter: Christ has risen) to participate, though the devout among us surely bristle at how the holiday has been co-opted. Nonetheless, on Easter Sunday or a day near it, kids (and adults!) flock to parks and municipal grounds across the country, looking for treats in plain view and those craftily hidden. A famous American Easter egg tradition is the White House Easter Egg Roll, though it's harder to join than what your rec department hosts; you’ve got to nab a spot through a lottery. The tradition started in the 1870s when kiddos rolled themselves down the Capitol grounds right along with eggs. The rolling mucked up the grounds, which prompted a tug of war between lawmakers who wanted to ban and not ban the rolling. Then in 1878, President Rutherford B. Hayes issued an order declaring that if any child came to the White House to roll their Easter eggs, they'd be allowed to. The tradition has continued ever since — and is now the largest annual event at the White House. It includes rolling eggs, finding hidden eggs, live entertainment and a bunch of other activities that make a day of it all.


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