Room for 22 5, 10, and 15 ml bottles.
Plus a mixing bottle, plus a 4 oz bottle of carrier.
15 mls of
Thieves' Oil blend
TT/L blend (diluted)
OK, that's 8 -- 14 to go!
Cajeput (especially in summer -- good for fire ant bites)
Lemongrass or Lemon Eucalyptus (insect repellents)
Juniper or Cypress (for water retention -- both are diuretics)
Vitex (maybe -- any interest?) (Mostly used for "female trouble" and difficult menopause)
Things that I should be able to "treat" with this kit in its current incarnation are:
minor arthritis pain
headaches (so drink your water anyway -- prevention's better, don'cha think?)
link to that site's uses for their "first aid kit" which pretty much agrees with the hardcopy books I have had for some time (15 years for some!).
The site gets v-e-r-y specific as to chemotypes and such, and that's ok -- that's their BUSINESS.
However, tea tree oil is pretty much tea tree, and lavender is pretty much lavender, etc. Now, lavender is NOT lavandin, and peppermint is not spearmint is not wintergreen, but it's pretty much of a muchness for my current purposes. If I were in a research lab, looking for the one variety of oil to cure rhinovirus, I'd be getting a lot more specific too.
What am I not thinking of here? No, I'm not planning to sell the concoctions to patrons; I just want to have them on hand for myself and for any cast who would like to try them.
I'm planning to make some rosewater and some peppermint water also -- peppermint water is supposedly good for the itch of poison ivy (AFTER you get the oil-sap-stuff off!)