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Psychic Uses of Essential Oils

Essential oils can be used to fulfill your desires for relaxation, enhanced psychic awareness and health.

Amber Oil

Pinus succinifera - Balkans - Properties: calmative, analgesic, antispasmodic, expectorant, febrifuge / Aroma: resinous, warm and smoky with an undertone of floral citrus / Emotional: encourages harmony and balance / Combines with: Geranium, pine, spruce, cedar wood, myrrh, galbanum, frankincense, cypress, clove, aniseed, lemon, orange, cistus, rose absolute, benzoin.

Angelica Seed Essential Oil

Angelica archangelica, A. officinalis, A. glauca (Family, Apiaceae [UmBlondeyferae]) - U.K. - Perfume Note=Base to middle / Angelica Seed Essential Oil has a warm, musky, earthy aroma with excellent staying power. Only small quantities are needed to create an effect in a perfume. / Source: Seed (also root), France, India, Germany, Hungary & U.K. - Production method: steam distillation / Angelica Seed essential oil blends well with: patchouli, clary sage, citrus oils, frankincense / Aromatherapy: anchoring, restorative, strengthening. Also used for depression. / Safety Information: Avoid during pregnancy & Avoid use in the sun / Main Constituents:- Phellandrene, pinene, limonene, linalol, borneol.

Aniseed (Anise Seed) Essential Oil

Pimpinella anisum, Anisum officinalis (Family, Apiaceae [Umbelliferae]) - Spain - Perfume Note=Middle / Aniseed essential oil aids muscle aches, bronchitis, indigestion. Known for its use in fisherman's soap.... said to remove human scent so that fish will be more likely to bite. Aniseed Oil is added to perfumes for a rich, sweet fragrance. / Source: ripe fruit, China, Spain and Turkey / Production method: steam distillation / Aromatherapy class: energizing, toning / Aroma type: anise traditional use: deodorant / Blends well with: amyris, bay, cardamon, caraway, cedarwood, coriander, fennel, galbanum, mandarin / CAUTION: Safety Information: slight dermal toxicity.

Balsam Peru Essential Oil

Myroxylon balsamun var. pereirae Harms, Family, Fabaceae [Legumunosae] - USA - Balsam Peru is used on chafed skin to soothe. Exotic aroma, anchoring, strengthening and imparts a rich, earthy scent to perfumes. / Perfume Note=Base.

Basil Essential Oil

Ocimum basilicum L. (Family, Labiatae) - India - Basil essential oil invigorates body and spirit: helps refresh the mind allowing concentration, especially when tired. A good nerve tonic after a stressful day. Basil oil has a sweet liquorice-like fragrance. / Perfume Note=Top / Blends well with Lavender, Bergamot, Clary Sage and Geranium. / CAUTION: Do not use Basil essential oil during pregnancy, can be a skin irritant. / Source: leaves, Madagascar, France, India / Production method: steam distillation / Aromatherapy class: soothing, energizing, toning / Aroma type: anise / Traditional use: deodorant, soothing agent, insect repellent, muscle relaxant / Blends well with: bergamot, black pepper, clary sage, geranium, hyssop, lavender, marjoram, neroli / Safety Information: use recommended dilution or less / Main Constituents: Linalol, methyl chavicol, eugenol, limonene, citronella.

Bay Essential Oil

Laurus nobilis (Family, Lauraceae) - Morocco - AKA Sweet Bay or Laurel / Uplifting / Steam Distilled / Perfume Note: Top / Uses: Bay essential oil has been used for: Amenorrhea, colds, dyspepsia, flu, loss of appetite, tonsillitis. / Constituents: Cineol, pinene, linalol, terpineol, acetate and traces of methyl eugenol and/or methyl chavicol. Safety Information: Bay Oil can be narcotic, cause dermatitis and should not be used in pregnancy.

Benzoin Essential Oil

Styrax benzoin, S. tonkinensis (Family, Styacaceae) - Sumatra: Benzoin is a warming, vanilla scented resin absolute from Sumatra with uplifting and soothing properties. / Perfume Note=Base / Add to carrier oil/cream for protecting skin against chapping or cracking. / AKA Friars Balsam.

Bergamot Essential Oil

Citrus bergamia (Family, Rutaceae) Italy - This light, fruity citrus oil is uplifting, antiseptic, and relaxing. Bergamot oil relaxes and refreshes and is good for confidence building. Uplifts the spirit and emotions with its fresh and invigorating citrus fragrance. Useful for caring for oily and blemished skin. Bergamot essential oil has a lovely light citrus aroma. Use in vaporizer to disperse unpleasant odors. It is familiar to many as the flavoring in Earl Grey Tea. / Perfume Note=Top / Warning Do not apply to skin or use in bath prior to exposure to the sun - It can increase the susceptibility of the skin to severe burning. / A bergapten free Bergamot is available which reduces the susceptibility to photosensitising. / Source: fruit peel / Production method: expression / Aromatherapy class: calming, balancing / Aroma type: citrus / Skin type: oily, blemished, normal to combination / Traditional use: antiseptic, deodorant, perfume, soothing agent, skin conditioner / Blends well with: chamomile, coriander, cypress, geranium, juniper, lavender, lemon, neroli, ylang ylang / Safety Information: photo toxic / Main Constituents: Linalyl, acetate, linalol, sequiterpenes, terpenes, furocoumarins.

Birch, Sweet Essential Oil

Betula Lenta, B. capinefolia (Family, Betulaceae) - USA - Sweet Birch essential oil has a sweet, bracing aroma. It is said to be effective on arthritic and muscular pain and can be a stimulant to the circulation. CAUTION: Keep in secure location - Sweet Birch Essential Oil smells somwhat like candy. Sweet Birch contains the active ingredient in aspirin, methyl salicylate, and is the original "natural" source for same. It is highly concentrated and can be toxic (you can get an aspirin overdose) especially if you are using other products which contain aspirin or methyl salicylate. We no longer offer this oil for sale: this summary is for informational purposes only.

Birch, White Essential Oil

Betula pendula Roth (Family, Betulaceae) - Russia - White birch can help to clear the skin and help with psoriasis and eczema. Believed to assist in removing toxins and boosting the circulation. / Source: wood and bark / Production method: steam distillation / Aroma type: woodsy / Traditional use: soothing agent, muscle relaxant / Blends well with: patchouli, vetiver, copaila / Safety Information: should be avoided by pregnant women.

Cajeput Essential Oil

Melaleuca cajaputi (Family, Myrtaceae) - Indonesia - Cajeput essential oil is said to improve mood, and to help increase resistance to infections. A good 'unwinding' oil. Cajeput oil is excellent used in a steam inhalation to help clear the nasal passages, and is also helpful when treating oily skin and spots. / Perfume Note=Top / Warning Cajaput essential oil is a stimulant and an irritant and must be used with care. / Source: leaves and stems / Production method: steam distillation / Aromatherapy class: soothing, stimulating, energizing / Aroma type: camphoraceous / skin type: blemished / Traditional use: antiseptic, deodorant, insect repellent / Blends well with: bergamot, birch, cardamom, clove, geranium, lavender, myrtle, nutmeg, rose, thyme / Main Constituents: Cineol, terpoineol, pinene, eucalyptol, nerolidol.

Camphor, White Essential Oil (AKA Ho Wood Essential Oil)

Cinnamomum camphora (Family, Lauraceae) - Japan - Camphor essential oil can be used as a deodorant, soothing agent, skin conditioner, aphrodisiac, muscle relaxant and to care for oily skin and, has also been used as an insect repellent. Also used in detergents, soaps, disinfectants, deodorants, room sprays etc. / Source: wood / Production method: steam distillation / Aromatherapy class: balancing, stimulating, toning, cooling / Aroma type: camphoraceous / Blends well with: olibanum, ylang ylang, orange, mandarin / Safety Information: Camphor should be used sparingly and completely avoided by those suffering from epilepsy, and should be avoided by pregnant women.

Cardamom Essential Oil

Elettaria cardamomun (Family, Zingiberace ae)- India - The sweet, spicy, warming fragrance of cardamom oil has been enjoyed since the days of the ancient Egyptians, who used it as a perfume and incense. It can be used as an aid to digestion and makes an excellent bath oil as a tonic which refreshes and invigorates. / Note=Top / Source: seeds / Production method: steam distillation / aromatherapy class: stimulating, toning / aroma type: spicy / Uses: muscle relaxant, skin conditioner, soothing agent / Blends well with: coriander, olibanum, galbanum, geranium, juniper berry, lemon, myrtle / Constituents: terpinyl acetate, cineol, liminene, sabinene, linalol, linalyl acetate, pinene, zingiberene.

Carrot Seed Essential Oil

Daucus carota, Family, Apiaceae [Umbeliferae]) - France - From the seed, this essential oil has the same sweet, earthy fragrance of the vegetable. Carrot seed essential oil is considered to be particularly beneficial for dry, mature skin-types and can help to restore elasticity to the skin and could therefore reduce wrinkles. The root oil is used in food coloring, (yellow), and in sun tan lotions. / Perfume Note=Middle / Source: seeds / Production method: steam distillation / Aromatherapy class: stimulating, toning / Aroma type: spicy / Traditional use: muscle relaxant, soothing agent, skin conditioner, aphrodisiac / Blends well with: bergamot, juniper berry, lavender, lemon, lime, neroli, orange, petitgrain, rosemary.

Cedarwood, Atlas Essential Oil

Cedrus atlantica (Family, Pinaceae) Morocco: Warm and woody, with a hint of camphor, cedarwood oil eases aches and pains and is especially good in cosmetic preparations for oily skin. Helps to clear the breathing passages and is used in hair and skin care products. / Main constituents: Atlantone, caryophyllene, cedrol, cadinene.

Cedarwood, Texas Essential Oil

Juniprus ashei - USA: The essential oil is extracted by steam distillation from the heartwood and wood shavings of this small, alpine evergreen native to the Southwestern U.S., Mexico an Central America. Traditionally, it has been used for skin problems, arthritis and rhematism and is also said to aid nervous tension and stress. CAUTION: used externally it is relatively non-toxic but can cause significant local irritation of skin and possible sensitization. Should be used with care. For general home use, Atlas Cedarwood (Cedrus Atlantica) is a better choice since the latter is non-irritating and non-sensitizing and has similar properties.

Chamomile, Blue Essential Oil (German Chamomile Essential Oil)

Matricaria chamomilla or M. recutia (Family, Asteraceae [Compositae]) - Egypt - An Absolute. German chamomile AKA blue chamomile or chamomile matricaria. The blue color is from azulene which is formed during the distillation of the oil. The odor is sweet and adds a warm, long-lasting undertone in perfumes. All the Chamomiles are used in massage oils and herbal mixtures. / Perfume Note=Middle / Source: flowers / Production method: steam distillation / Aromatherapy class: soothing, toning / Aroma type: fruity / Skin type: sensitive, blemished / Traditional use: muscle relaxant, soothing agent, skin conditioner, aphrodisiac / Blends well with: bergamot, jasmine, labdanum, neroli, clary sage, rose / Main constituents: Chamazulene, (Produced during steam distillation, not present in the fresh plant), bisabolol oxide, enyndicycloether, farnesene. To learn more about Chamomile Essential Oil and try out some recipes, click on Chamomile Essential Oil.


Chamomile, Roman Essential Oil

Anthemis nobilis (Family, Asteraceae [Compositae]) - U.K. - Roman Chamomile has a warm, sweet, herbaceous scent that is relaxing and calming. It is soothing to all types of skin and is a wonderful addition to a massage oil for sore muscles. Known for its strong soothing effect on mind and body. The Roman and German are excellent for protecting dry skin. They have many uses e.g. can be used to treat nerve, headache, insomnia, menstrual disorders and the Roman is a comforting oil during high pollen count.(Unless you have an allergy to the ragweeds). A gentle oil suitable for the young and fragile. One of the few essential oils that can be used on inflamed skin conditions. Blends well with Lavender, bergamot, jasmine, neroli, and clary sage. / Perfume Note=Middle / Source: flowers / Production method: steam distillation / Aromatherapy class: calming / Aroma type: fruity / Skin type: sensitive / Traditional use: muscle relaxant, skin conditioner / Blends well with: galbanum, eucalyptus, rosemary / Main constituents: Esters, pinene, fanesol, nerolidol, chamazulene, pinocarvone, cineol. To learn more about Chamomile Essential Oil and try out some recipes, click on Chamomile Essential Oil.

Cinnamon Leaf Essential Oil

Cinnamomum zeylanicum Nees, C verum, Laurus (Family, Lauraceae) - Sri Lanka - Cinnamon essential oil warms and stimulates. A strong antiseptic, it has a cleansing effect. Used as a comforting oil during the cold season, A lovely room fragrance, especially during Christmas. / Perfume Note=middle (only room scent) / Source: leaves and stems / Production method: steam distillation / Aromatherapy class: stimulating, energizing / Aroma type: spicy / Traditional use: anti-inflammatory agent, aphrodisiac, skin conditioner, deodorant / Cinnamon oil blends well with: caraway, citrus oils, clove, myrtle, nutmeg, olibanum / Safety Information: can cause skin irritation; moderate dermal toxicity / Main constituents: (Bark oil), Cinnamaldehyde, eugenol, benzaldehyde, pinene, cineol, phellandrene, furol, cymene, linalol. (Leaf oil) Eugenol, eugenol acetate, cinnamaldehyde, benzyl benzoate, linalol.

Cistus Essential Oil (Labdanum Essential Oil or Rock Rose Essential Oil)

Cistus ladanifer (Family, Cisgaceae) - Spain - Cistus essential oil is an excellent fixative in perfumery, used in some expensive brands. Helpful in meditation and counseling - has calming, stress reducing and mood uplifting properties. Cistus oil is a good choice as an addition to a lymph drainage massage blend,and, in a warm compress, is said to be an effective treatment for swollen lymph glands. / Source: resin / Production method: steam distillation / Aromatherapy class: stimulating, toning, soothing / Traditional use: aroma fixative, skin conditioner / Blends well with: bergamot, clary sage, cypress, juniper berry, lavender, olibanum, patchouli, sandalwood and vetiver.

Citronella Essential Oil

Cymbopogon nardus L, Andropogon nardus (Family, Poaceae [Gramineae]) - Indonesia - Light, fresh and uplifting, citronella oil is obtained from the grass. Citronella essential oil is a natural deodorizer, and is useful as an insect and cat repellent. / Perfume Note=Top / Source: aerial parts / Production method: steam distillation / Aromatherapy class: soothing aroma type: citrus / Traditional use: insect repellent, skin conditioner / Blends well with: bergamot, lemon, orange, lemongrass.

Clary Sage Essential Oil

Salvia sclarea, (Family, Lamiaceae [Labiatae]) - Bulgaria / Russia - With a warm, nutty, herbaceous scent, Clary Sage essentail oil has uplifting and relaxing properties. It encourages sleep and is said to promote dreaming. Soothes, relaxes and warms. uplifts the spirit. Contains a hormone-like compound similar to estrogen that regulates hormonal balance. Massage on muscles and on abdomen before and during menstruation. Induces feeling of well-being. Helpful with oily hair and skin, dandruff and treating wrinkles. Sensual properties. / Perfume Note=Top/Middle / Source: flowering tops, Morocco / Production method: steam distillation / Aromatherapy class: balancing, calming, toning / Aroma type: herbaceous / Skin type: normal to combination / Traditional use: skin conditioner, astringent, soothing agent, aphrodisiac, muscle relaxant / Blends well with: cedarwood, labdanum, citrus oils, lavender, lavandin / Safety Information Do not use during pregnancy. Do not drink alcohol or drive. / Main constituents: Linalyl acetate, linalol, pionene, myrcene, sclareol, phellandrene.

Clove Bud Essential Oil

Eugenia caryophyllata Thumb., Syzygium aromaticum, E. aromaticia, E. caryophyllus (Family, Myrtaceae) - Madagascar - An antiseptic and stimulating oil useful in mouthwash and gargle. Comforting rubbed onto gums, traditionally used to relieve toothache. Could be an effective mosquito repellent. CAUTION: Clove oil is a powerful skin irritant and should be used carefully. Do not use during pregnancy. / Perfume Note=Middle / Source: flowers / Production method: steam distillation / Aromatherapy class: stimulating, energizing / Aroma type: spicy / Traditional use: muscle relaxant, soothing agent / Blends well with: basil, black pepper, cinnamon, citronella, grapefruit, lemon, nutmeg, orange, peppermint, rosemary, rose / Safety Information: use ˝ recommended dilution or less; can cause skin irritation / Main constituents: (Clove bud) Eugenol, eugenyl acetate, caryophyllene. (Clove Leaf) Eugenol, some eugenyl acetate.

Coriander Essential Oil

Coriandum sativum (Family, Apiacea [Umbelliferae]) - Russia - Coriander essential oil is a sweet-smelling, spicy essence. It makes a good massage blend to relieve stiffness and muscle ache. In the bath it is refreshing and stimulating. Warning Due to its slight toxicity this oil should be used sparingly. / Perfume Note=Top / Source: seeds / Production method: steam distillation / Aromatherapy class: warming, stimulating / Aroma type: spicy / Traditional use: muscle relaxant, deodorant, soothing agent, aphrodisiac / Blends well with: bergamot, black pepper, cinnamon, citronella, cypress, galbanum, ginger, jasmine, lemon, neroli, orange / Main constituents: Linalol, decylaldehyde, borneol, geraniol, carvone, anethole.

Cypress Essential Oil

Cupressus sempervirens (Family, Cupressaceae) - Spain - Cypress is a soothing oil that eases aches and pains and coughs. It has a sweet, smoky, balsamic odor. With its smoky woody fragrance it refreshes, restores and tones. An astringent oil useful for refreshing and caring for oily and blemished skin, As an antiperspirant it is good for sweaty feet. Massage cypress essential oil on abdomen during menstruation and where there is cellulite. Good menopausal oil. Natural deodorant. Blends well with Lavender and Sandalwood. / Perfume Note=Middle / Source: leaves and stem / Production method: steam distillation / Aromatherapy class: stimulating / Aroma type: coniferous / Skin type: oily, blemished / Traditional use: insect repellent, antiseptic, astringent, deodorant, soothing agent, skin conditioner / Blends well with: bergamot, clary sage, juniper berry, lavender, lemon, orange, rosemary, sandalwood / Safety Information: FLAMMABLE / Main constituents: Pinene, champhene, sylvestrene, cymene, sabinol.


Dill Essential Oil

Anethum graveolens (Family, Apiaceae [Umbelliferae]) - Hungary - Dill Essential oil has been used to reduce appetite, and, along with fennel oil and baking soda, is a constituent of "Gripe Water" (Anti-colic water).

Elemi Essential Oil

Canarium luzonicum - Elemi is a wonderful essential oil that is non-toxic, non-irritant and non-sensitizing. It comes from a large tropical tree that may grow to as high as 100 feet. Elemi oil is native to the Philippines and is also cultivated there. The essential oil is extracted by steam distilling a resin that oozes from the tree in places where it is punctured or injured. It is antiseptic, soothing to skin, fortifying and tonic, regulatory, stimulant, expectorant, and stomachic. It helps skin to heal. It is excellent to use for skin rejuvenation, and infected cuts and wounds. Elemi essential oil is known as an 'anti-wrinkle' oil. It is also used to help clear bronchitis and when there is coughing. It is said to be helpful in cases of nervous exhaustion. Elemi is one of my favorite oils and I use it in skin creams and massage oils. It still doesn't seem to be too well known and I will probably do a feature article on it in our newsletter (Essential News) pretty soon because I like it so much. - Joie Power, Ph.D.

Eucalyptus Essential Oil

Eucalyptus globulus (Family, Myrtaceae) - China - Eucalyptus oil is a fresh and stimulating oil with a penetrating scent and antiseptic properties. Eucalyptus oil is widely used as a component of preparations for relieving congestion and muscle aches. Powerful antiseptic, used in baths and massage during the cold season. Blend oil in chest rubs and use in a vaporizer to keep air germ free in sick room. Blends well with Lavender and Pine. There are many Eucalyptus oils, including; Australian Eucalyptus, (E. australina); Lemon Eucalyptus, (E. citriodora); Dives or Broad-Leaved Peppermint, (E. dives); Peppermint Eucalyptus, (E. piperita); Blue Mallee (E. polybractea); Grey peppermint, (E. radiata); Cully Gum, (E. smithii) and more. / Perfume Note=Top / Source: leaves and stems / Production method: steam distillation / Aromatherapy class: toning, stimulating / Aroma type: camphoraceous / Skin type: blemished / Traditional use: deodorant, antiseptic, soothing agent, skin conditioner, insect repellent / Blends well with: coriander, juniper berry, lavender, lemon, lemongrass, thyme / Main constituents: Cineol, pinene, limonene, cymene, phellandrene, terpinene, aromadendrene.

Eucalyptus Citriodora Essential Oil

Eucalyptus citriodora (Family, Myrtaceae) - China - This euchalyptus is lighter, with a lemony scent and is a great air freshener and good for clearing the air and killing germs (has anti-staph properties). It is a strong anti-fungal oil, and great for removing the musty smell in basements (especially carpeted basements) and is also recommended as an insect repellant.

Eucalyptus Radiata Essential Oil

Eucalyptus radiata (Family, Myrtaceae)Australia - Eucalyptus Radiata oil is lighter in smell than the Eucalyptus globulus (the most commonly found Eucalyptus) less likely to trigger cough reflex with breathed in as an inhalation. A good choice for respiratory infections.

Eucalyptus Smithii Essential Oil

Eucalyptus smithii (Family, Myrtaceae) - South Africa - Eucalyptus Smithii essential oil A very mild eucalyptus - works well as a room disinfector when used in a diffuser. Excellent for painful joints and muscles. This is the eucalyptus most often recommended for the elderly or children (above the age of six).

Fennel Essential Oil

Foeniculum vulgare, F. officinale, Anethum foeniculum (Family, Apiaceae [Umbelliferae]) - Hungary
Fennel essential oil has a sweet aniseed-like aroma which makes it pleasant for skin care. For massage where there is cellulite and for the digestive system, especially the dreaded wind. Good for breast firming massage and to promote milk production, use sparingly. Warning Fennel essential oil can be a skin irritant. Do not use it on young children. Do not use if pregnant. Do not use if suffering from epilepsy. / Perfume Note=Top/Middle / Source: fruits / Production method: steam distillation / Aromatherapy class: energizing, toning / Aroma type: anise / Traditional use: antiseptic, aphrodisiac, soothing agent, muscle relaxant / Blends well with: basil, geranium, lavender, lemon, rose, rosemary, sandalwood / Safety Information: slight dermal toxicity; use ˝ recommended dilution or less / Main constituents: Anethol, anisic acid, anisic aldehyde, pinene, camphene, estragol, fenone, phellandrene.

Fir Needle Essential Oil

Apies siberica, (Family, Pinaceae) - Austria - Fir Needle oil is fresh spicy scent. A few drops will remind you of fir forests. Will refresh the aroma of a Christmas tree. Warning Dilute well. It can be a skin irritant. / Perfume Note=Middle / Also: Canadian Balsam, (A. balsamea); Siberian Fir, (A. siberica); Hemlock, (Tsuga canadensis); Pine q.v.; Black Spruce, (Picea mariana); Terebinth, (P. Palustris and others).

Fir Silver Needle Essential Oil

Abies alba (Family, Pinaceae) - Siberia - Fir Silver is fresh spicy scent. A few drops will remind you of fir forests. Will refresh the aroma of a Christmas tree. Warning Dilute well. It can be a skin irritant. / Perfume Note=Middle / Also: Canadian Balsam, (A. balsamea); Siberian Fir, (A. siberica); Hemlock, (Tsuga canadensis); Pine q.v.; Black Spruce, (Picea mariana); Terebinth, (P. Palustris and others).

Frankincense Essential Oil

Boswellia carteri, B. thurifera or B. cateri (Family, Burseraceae) - Somalia - Also known as "Olibanum" B. papyrifera. Considered sacred and precious since ancient times, boswellia frankincense, has a warm, rich woody fragrance. It is relaxing and, added to a moisturizing facial oil, is wonderful for mature skin. Used for centuries, and burnt on alters and in temples. "Creates a 'spiritual' atmosphere". Comforting oil, by slowing down breathing and controlling tension it helps to focus the mind. Excellent for toning and caring for mature/aging skin. (claimed to have rejuvenating qualities [the Egyptians used it in rejuvenation face-masks.]) Elemi (Canarium luzonicum) is related. / Source: resin / Production method: steam distillation / Aromatherapy class: stimulating, toning, grounding / Aroma type: balsamic / Skin type: aging/mature / Traditional use: skin conditioner, soothing agent / Blends well with: basil, black pepper, galbanum, geranium, grapefruit, lavender, orange, patchouli, sandalwood / Main constituents: Pinene, dipentene, limonene, thujene, phellandrene, cymene, myrcene, terpinene.

Galbanum Essential Oil

Ferula galbaniflua, F. cummosa, F. rubicaulis (Family, Apiaceae) - Afganistan - may aid mature skin types, eases the aches and pains of rheumatism, and assist in clearing congested breathing. Galbanum oil is an ancient aromatic substance used in temple incense ritual anointings for springtime. / Source: resin, Middle East and France / Production method: steam distillation / Aromatherapy class: toning, stimulating / Aroma type: green / Skin type: blemished / Traditional use: skin conditioner, muscle relaxant / Blends well with: citronella, elemi, olibanum, jasmine, palmarosa, geranium, ginger, rose, ylang ylang / Main constituents:- CArvone, cadinene, myrcene, cadinol, limonene, pinene.

Geranium Essential Oil

Pelargonium graveolens (Family, Geraniaceae) - Egypt - Geranium essential oil has a wonderful green, flowery aroma and is both uplifting and calming. It exerts a "balancing" effect on skin and is therefore useful for all skin types. It has often been used to ease the effect of PMS. A fresh, floral and sweet smelling oil it relaxes, restores and maintains stability of the emotions. An astringent oil excellent for all skin types. Used in skin care products for both its fragrance and cleansing properties. Useful insect repellent. For massage where there is cellulite and treating eczema and psoriasis. Blends well with other floral oils, and, mixed with Lavender and Bergamot produces a delightful room freshener. / Perfume Note=Middle to Top / Source: leaves and stems / Production method: steam distillation / Aromatherapy class: balancing, soothing skin type: oily, dry / Aroma type: floral / Traditional use: skin refresher, astringent / Blends well with: cedarwood, citronella, clary sage, grapefruit, jasmine, lavender, lime, neroli, orange, petitgrain, rose, rosemary, sandalwood / Main constituents: Geraniol, borneol, citronellol, linalol, termineol, limonene, phellandrene, pinene.

Ginger Essential Oil

Zingiber officinale Roscoe (Family, Zingiberaceae) - China - Fiery and fortifying. Ginger essential oi is a comforting oil, useful for massaging on the muscles. Good for nausea and sickness. Blend with orange for warming winter baths. Blends especially well with orange and other citrus oils. / Perfume Note=Top / Source: roots / Production method: steam distillation / Aromatherapy class: energizing, warming / Aroma type: spicy traditional use: aphrodisiac, astringent / Blends well with: cinnamon, coriander, clove, elemi, eucalyptus, olibanum, geranium, lemon, lime, myrtle, orange, rosemary, spearmint / Main constituents: Gingerin, linalol, camphene, phellandrene, citral, cineol, borneol.

Grapefruit Essential Oil

Citrus x paradisi C. racemosa (Family, Rutaceae) - Israel - Grapefruit essential oil has, with a fresh, citrus smell is energizing and helps to elevate the spirits. It also has antiseptic properties. Do not use Grapefruit essential oil on the skin or in the bath for 12 hours prior to sun or sunlamp exposure. Grapefuit essential oil has a lovely fresh aroma which can help with nervous exhaustion. it relieves congested and oily skin, having a toning effect on both skin and tissues. For this reason it is a good oil to use when treating cellulitis. / Perfume Note=Top / Source: fruit / Production method: expression / Aromatherapy class: energizing / Aroma type: citrus / Skin type: dry, blemished / Traditional use: soothing agent, astringent, skin conditioner / Blends well with: citrus oils, especially bergamot, orange / Main constituents: Limonene, paradisiol. neral, geraniol, citronellal.


Helichrysum Essential Oil

Helichrysum italicum , H. angustifolium (Family Asteraceae) - France - Helichrysum species is used as an antidepressant. Used to freshen the air, mind and body this is a very useful oil. Helps to clear the mind, chest and sinus and relieves aches, pains and menstrual discomfort. There are approximately 500 species of helichrysum. / Source: flower / Production method: steam distillation.

Ho Essential Oil (Ho Wood Essential Oil)

Cinnamomum camphora (Family, Lauraceae) - Japan - Can be used as a deodorant, soothing agent, skin conditioner, aphrodisiac, muscle relaxant and to care for oily skin and, has also been used as an insect repellent. Also used in detergents, soaps, disinfectants, deodorants, room sprays etc. / Source: wood / Production method: steam distillation / Aromatherapy class: balancing, stimulating, toning, cooling / Aroma type: camphoraceous / Blends well with: olibanum, ylang ylang, orange, mandarin / Safety Information: Camphor should be used sparingly and completely avoided by those suffering from epilepsy, and should be avoided by pregnant women.

Hyssop Essential Oil

Hyssopus officinalis, H. officinalis Var. decumbens (Family, Lamiaceae [Labiatae]) - France - Hyssop essential oil is sacred to early Greeks and Hebrews. Warm and Vibrant, can promote alertness and clarity of thought. When used in a fragrancer can protect rooms from infection. Used to treat colds and flu, helps heal bruised skin. / Source: roots, India, Egypt and Europe / Production method: steam distillation / Aromatherapy class: warming, stimulating, balancing / Aroma type: herbaceous / Skin type: blemished / Traditional use: soothing agent, skin conditioner / Blends well with: celery, fennel, lavender, orange, rosemary, tangerine / CAUTION: Safety Information: Powerful oil not to be used when pregnant, suffering from epilepsy, or high blood pressure.

Jasmine Absolute

Jasminum Grandiflorum or J. officinale (Family, Oleaceae) - India - Pure and undiluted. Jasmine oil is Emotionally warming. Relaxes, soothes, uplifts and helps self confidence. Good for stress and general anxiety. Perfect skin care oil, excellent for hot, dry skin. Sensual properties and reputedly an Aphrodisiac!. Only needs to be used in very small quantities. Exquisite perfume. A vast quantity of blossoms, which must be gathered at night when scent is at highest, are required to produce only a few drops of oil. / Perfume Note=Base / Source: flowers, Egypt / Production method: solvent, extraction / Aromatherapy class: uplifting, balancing / Aroma type: floral / Skin type: dry, normal to combination / Traditional use: antiseptic, aphrodisiac, emollient, soothing agent / Blends well with: all floral absolutes / Main constituents: Jasmone, benzyl acetate, benzyl alcohol, indol, linalol, linalyl acetate, phenylacetic acid, methyl jasmonate.

Juniper Berry Essential Oil

Juniperus communis - Croatia - Juniper oil has astringent, antiseptic, and detoxifying properties, Juniper is said to exert a cleansing effect on the mental and spiritual planes as well as on the physical. It has a clean, mildly penetrating, woody scent. Has a cleansing effect on the body, used in many masculine perfumes, after shaves and colognes, and has a calming effect on the emotions. Reputed to strengthen the immune system. / Warning Juniper should not be used when pregnant. / Perfume Note = Middle / Source: flowers / Production method: steam distillation / Aromatherapy class: energizing / Aroma type: coniferous / Skin type: blemished / Traditional use: astringent, skin detoxifier, deodorant, soothing agent / Blends well with: elemi, cypress, clary sage, lavandin / Safety Information: FLAMMABLE / Main constituents: Pinene, myrcene, borneol, camphene, thujene, termenic alcohol.

Kanuka Essential Oil

Kunzea ericoides - New Zealand - A small bushy tree with pointed leaves on full branches. / Extraction: By steam distillation. The oil is 100% pure and natural with no additives. / Benefits: Kanuka was used originally by the Maori people of New Zealand for pain and inflammation relief, skin diseases, and to promote calmness and sleep. Kanuka essential oil is anti-bacterial, anti-fungal, anti-inflammatory and a pleasant perfume. / Uses: For the relief of swelling and muscular pain, for sprains, strains and sports injuries. Helps clear inflammation. Use as a skin tonic and for relaxation. / Safety: Kanuka is a strong oil and should be diluted in a carrier oil - no more than 2 drops per tsp. Use at very low strength with children as it may irritate their skin.

Lavandin Essential Oil

Lavandula hybrida grosso, L. fragrans, L. hortensis (Family, Lamiaceae [Labiatae]) - France - Lavandin is a hybrid plant, a cross between true lavender and spike lavender. The oil has camphoraceous, herbaceous, floral aroma. Used in many types of perfumes, and soaps. Blends well with other oils including cypress, geranium, citronella, clove, cinnamon leaf, pine, thyme and patchouli. Refreshing, purifying, gently clarifying. / Perfume Note=Middle to Top / Source: leaves, France / Production method: steam distillation / Aromatherapy class: stimulating, energizing / Aroma type: herbaceous / Traditional use: soothing agent, muscle relaxant, skin conditioner, astringent / Blends well with: clove, bay leaf, cinnamon, citronella, cypress, geranium, patchouli / Main constituents: Borneol, camphor, cineol, geraniol, linalol, linalyl acetate.

Lavender 40/42 Essential Oil

(French) - Lavandula angustifolia, L. officinalis, L. vera (Family, Lamiaceae [Labiatae]) - France - 40/42 means that the lavender is blended with other lavenders to bring the percentage of linalol to between 40% & 42%. Linalol is a active component of Lavender that is therapeutically beneficial. Some Lavenders have more that 40/42 but most don't. Lavender is the most versatile of essential oils. It is relaxing and refreshing, uplifts the spirits, and helps to relieve the distress of muscle pain. NO home should be without it. Balances your body and mind. Calms or stimulates according to your bodies needs. Excellent for refreshing tired muscles, feet and head. Add a drop to the pillow/sheet before peaceful sleep. Treats burns and reduces scaring. Can be used neat in small amounts on burns, but care still needs to be taken. Blends with many other oils. / Perfume Note=Middle to Top / Source: flowering tops / Production method: steam distillation / Aromatherapy class: calming, balancing, soothing / Aroma type: herbaceous / Skin type: sensitive, all skin types traditional use: muscle relaxant, soothing agent, skin conditioner, astringent / Blends well with: bergamot, clove, rosemary, eucalyptus, patchouli, clary sage, rose, jasmine.

Lavender, E. Europe Essential Oil

Lavandula angustifolia, L. officinalis, L. vera (Family, Lamiaceae [Labiatae]) - Bulgaria - A great lavender essntial oil - almost as good as our organic Lavender Provence (French), but not quite. Lavender is the most versatile of essential oils. It is relaxing and refreshing, uplifts the spirits, and helps to relieve the distress of muscle pain. NO home should be without it. Balances your body and mind. Calms or stimulates according to your bodies needs. Excellent for refreshing tired muscles, feet and head. Add a drop to the pillow/sheet before peaceful sleep. Treats burns and reduces scaring. Can be used neat in small amounts on burns, but care still needs to be taken. Blends with many other oils. / Perfume Note=Middle to Top / Source: flowering tops / Production method: steam distillation / Aromatherapy class: calming, balancing, soothing / Aroma type: herbaceous / Skin type: sensitive, all skin types traditional use: muscle relaxant, soothing agent, skin conditioner, astringent / Blends well with: bergamot, clove, rosemary, eucalyptus, patchouli, clary sage, rose, jasmine / Main constituents: Linalol, linalyl acetate, lavandulol, lavandulyl acetate, terpineol, limonene, caryophyllene.

Lavender, High Alpine Essential Oil

Lavandula angustifolia, L. officinalis, L. vera (Family, Lamiaceae [Labiatae]) - France - Our French High Alpine Lavender is exquisit - it's really a hard choice to choose between the High Alpine and our organic Lavender Provence - the are quite simply two of the finest lavender essential oils available anywhere. What a great aroma! Lavender is the most versatile of essential oils. It is relaxing and refreshing, uplifts the spirits, and helps to relieve the distress of muscle pain. NO home should be without it. Balances your body and mind. Calms or stimulates according to your bodies needs. Excellent for refreshing tired muscles, feet and head. Add a drop to the pillow/sheet before peaceful sleep. Treats burns and reduces scaring. Can be used neat in small amounts on burns, but care still needs to be taken. Blends with many other oils. / Perfume Note=Middle to Top / Source: flowering tops / Production method: steam distillation / Aromatherapy class: calming, balancing, soothing / Aroma type: herbaceous / Skin type: sensitive, all skin types traditional use: muscle relaxant, soothing agent, skin conditioner, astringent / Blends well with: bergamot, clove, rosemary, eucalyptus, patchouli, clary sage, rose, jasmine / Main constituents: Linalol, linalyl acetate, lavandulol, lavandulyl acetate, terpineol, limonene, caryophyllene.

Lemon Essential Oil

Citrus limonum (Family, Rutaceae) - Italy - Our Lemon essential oil has a fresh, citrus scent that is revitalizing and uplifting. It has antibacterial and tonic properties, making it useful for relief of cold symptoms. Widely used in beauty care. It cleanses, refreshes, cools and stimulates. Astringent and antiseptic oil. Useful for oily skin. Can be used to lighten dull, stained hands or to tone and condition nails and cuticles. Blends well with other oils. / Warning: Do not use Lemon on the skin or in a bath for 12 hours prior to sun or sunlamp exposure. / Perfume Note=Top / Source: fruit peels / Production method: expression, there is some steam distilled / Aromatherapy class: energizing, uplifting / Aroma type: citrus / Skin type: oily, blemished traditional use: antiseptic, soothing agent / Blends well with: neroli, clary sage, bergamot, citronella, orange flower, violet left, galbanum / Main constituents: Limonene, terpinene, pinene, myrcene, citral, linalol, geraniol, citronellal.

Lemongrass Essential Oil

Cymbopogon citratus (D.C.) Stapf. Family, Poaceae [Gramineae]) - Guatamala - Lemongrass essential oil has a refreshing, cleansing and stimulating tonic on the body. Added to shampoos to give a shine to the hair. An antiseptic and astringent oil. Sweet powerful 'lemony' aroma which make a good refreshing and deodorizing room fragrance. / Warning: may cause irritation of the skin. / Perfume Note=Top / Source: aerial parts / Production method: steam distillation / Aromatherapy class: calming / Aroma type: citrus / Skin type: oily / Traditional use: insect repellent, skin conditioner, soothing agent, muscle relaxant, deodorant, antiseptic / Blends well with: geranium, jasmine, lavender / Safety Information: can cause skin irritation / Main constituents: Citral, dipentene, linalol, geraniol.

Lime Essential Oil

Citrus Aurantifolia (Family, Rutaceae) Acts like lemon and the other citrus oils, Nice aroma. Warning Do not use lime on the skin in direct sunlight, however if the essential oil of lime is distilled rather that expressed, then it does not have a phototoxic effect. Dilute to 1% and use only 3 drops in a bath as it may cause irritation of the skin. / Perfume Note=Top / Source: fruit peels, West Indies / Production method: Cold expression but some steam distillation / Aromatherapy class: energizing, uplifting / Aroma type: citrus / Traditional use: soothing agent, astringent, skin conditioner / Blends well with: clary sage, citronella, lavender, lavandin, neroli, rosemary.

Linden Blossom Absolute Oil

Tilia cordata Mill., Tilia europaea. T. vulgaris (Family, Tiliaceae) - France - Linden Blossom Absolute oil in a jojoba carrier oil solution - 5%. One of the floral absolutes. Used for calming and stress reduction and a tonic for the nervous system. / Warning Linden Blossom should not be used over a long period of time.


Mandarin, Red Essential Oil

Citrus reticulata Blanco v. "Mandarin", C. Noblis (Family, Rutaceae) - Italy - Manderine Red essential oil is gentle and calming oil, and good for oily skin. Known in France as "the children's remedy" for its mildness - use it in massage for the digestive system and, like Lavender, can be used in massage oil to help prevent stretch marks. / Warning: Do not use Mandarin on the skin in direct sunlight. / Perfume Note=Top / Source: fruit peel / Production method: expression / Aromatherapy class: calming / Aroma type: citrus / Skin type: aging/mature skin / Traditional use: soothing agent, astringent, skin conditioner / Blends well with: basil, bergamot, chamomile, clary sage, olibanum, geranium, grapefruit, lavender, lemon lime, neroli, orange, rose / Main constituents: Linomene, geraniol, citral, citronellal.

Manuka Essential Oil

Leptospermum scoparium - New Zealand - Description: A bushy plant with small spiky leaves and pink flowers. EXTRACTION: By steam distillation from the leaves and small stems of wild plants. / Benefits: Manuka Oil is antibacterial and antifungal. Because of its spectrum, particularly against such bacteria as staphylococcus and streptococcus, and fungi such as T. mentagrophytes, it is ideal for tropical applications. / USES: antiseptic and for ulcers. Useful for muscular pain relief. It is used as a concentrate against athlete's foot and ringworm. Used to relax the skin. Used as a perfume. As an active ingredient particularly against gram positive bacteria such as Staphylococcus and Streptococcus. Excellent activity against P.acne. Is used in soaps, creams, shampoos, "tissue wipes" and antiseptic gels. Because of its high level of activity particularly against gram positive organisms and its low toxicity, Manuka Oil is an excellent topical where Staphylococcus and/or Streptococcus are a major concern or where antisepsis and soothing together are important e.g., where burns are a factor. / Safety: Manuka Oil is safe to use and shows almost no skin irritation.

Marjoram, Sweet Essential Oil

Origanum majorana, Majorana hortensis,(Sweet), Thymus mastichina (Spanish) (Family, Lamiaceae [Labiatae]) - Egypt - Marjoram oil is a calming, soothing oil that has a warming effect on both mind and body. It helps to relieve the miseries of the common cold, including congestion and muscle aches and pains, and is also comforting in times of stress. It has a warm, woody odor with spicy undertones. Useful on tired muscles and for massaging on abdomen during menstruation. Used to regulate the nervous system and treat insomnia. Add to After-Sports Rub. It is pleasant in a hot bath, especially blended with Lavender. / Warning: Do not use during pregnancy. Care must be taken due to its sedative action - use sparingly! / Perfume Note=Middle / Source: flowering top / Production method: steam distillation / Aromatherapy class: calming / Aroma type: herbaceous / Traditional use: antiseptic / Blends well with: cedarwood, chamomile, cypress, lavender, mandarin, orange, nutmeg, rosemary, ylang ylang, eucalyptus, thyme / Main constituents: Carvacrol, thymol, camphor, borneol, origanol, pinene, sabinene, termineol.

Melissa Essential Oil (aka Lemon Balm Essential Oil)

Melissa Officinalis (Family, Labiatae) - Italy - A popular garden herb known also as 'Lemon Balm'. Soothing but uplifting effect on mind and body. Comforting oil during the cold season and when there is a high pollen count. It takes about 300 pounds of fresh lemon balm plants to yield 10ml of oil. / Warning Do not use Melissa on the skin in direct sunlight. Dilute to 1% and use only 3 drops in a bath as it may cause irritation of the skin. / Aroma: lemony aroma and sharp, floral-lemon flavor. / Main constituents:- Citral, citronellol, eugenol, geraniol, llinalyl acetate.

Myrrh Essential Oil

Commiphora murrha, C. Molmol, Balsamodendrom myrra (Family, Burseraceae) - Somalia - Myrrh has been used since ancient times as a sacred incense, a perfume, and as a therapeutic agent. It has a rich, smoky, balsamic odor and is soothing to the skin, centering, visualizing and meditative. The sap or resin from a tree rather than a true essential oil. One of the oldest-known perfume materials. Myrrh has a long history of use as incense, especially with frankincense. Add to cream for protecting against cracking and chapping in the cold. Used as a fixative in perfumery / Warning: During pregnancy use Myrrh only in moderation. / Perfume Note=Base / Source: resin / Production method: steam distillation / Aromatherapy class: toning, stimulating, soothing / Aroma type: balsamic / Skin type: dry, aging/mature / Traditional use: insect repellent, antiseptic, anti-inflammatory agent, emollient / Blends well with: clove, olibanum, galbanum, lavender, patchouli, sandalwood / Safety Information: use ˝ recommended dilution or less / Main constituents: Herabolene, limone, dipentene, pinene, eugenol.

Neroli Essential Oil

Citrus aurantium L. ssp amara L. (Family, rutaceae) - Tunisia - Neroli essential oil diluted to a 5% solution in jojoba carrier/base oil solution. Beautiful floral oils soothes, relaxes, uplifts the spirit and helps maintain confidence. Exquisite aroma. Excellent skin care oil, perfect for ageing, dry sensitive skin and on scars and stretch marks. Sensual properties. Is an aid to improve sluggish circulation, relieves tension, stress and anxiety, useful for apprehension like stage fright. For a really luxurious blend mix with Rose Absolute and Jasmine Absolute oils. / Perfume Note=Middle / Source: flowers / Production method: Solvent extraction / Aromatherapy class: stimulating, balancing, uplifting / Aroma type: citrus / Skin type: sensitive, aging/mature / Traditional use: antiseptic, emollient / Blends well with: citrus oils, rose, jasmine, ylang ylang / Main constituents: Linalol, linalyl acetate, limonene, pinene, nerolidol, geraniol, nerol, indole, citral, jasmone.

Niaouli Essential Oil

Melaleuca viridifloria - Niaouli is a pale yellow or greenish oil with a sweet, sharp, fresh odor. It is extracted by steam distillation from an evergreen plant native to Australia, New Caledonia, and the French Pacific where it has been used locally for respiratory ailments, body aches and pains, and infections. It is closely related to Cajeput (Melaleuca cajeputi) but does not have the skin irritating potential of the latter. It is also related to Tea Tree (Melaleuca alternifolia). It is non-toxic and non-sensitizing but it is often adulterated and so the real thing can be hard to find! Its chemical constituents include 50 - 60 % of cineol, eucalyptol, terpineol, pinene, limonene and various esters (Patricia Davis, Aromatherapy An A-Z).Properties of Niaouli: Analgesic; anticatarrhal; antirheumatic; antiseptic; antispasmodic; diaphoretic; expectorant; febrifuge; stimulant; balances and regulates body functions; soothes; tissue stimulant. In Traditional Chinese Medicine, Niaouli is cool, dry, and slightly yin. Its main uses are to detoxify, decrease inflammation, and fight infection.

Nutmeg Essential Oil

Myristica aromata, M. fragrans, M. officinalis, Nux moschata. (Family, Myristicaceae) - Indonesia - Good for the digestion and calming to promote a restful sleep with dreams. /Warning: Nutmeg oil is toxic if used in large quantities, and can be stupefying. / Source: fruits, West Indies / Production method: steam distillation / Aromatherapy class: energizing, stimulating, warming aroma type: spicy / Traditional use: antiseptic, muscle relaxant, aphrodisiac / Blends well with: lavandin, bay, orange, geranium, clary sage, rosemary, lime, petitgrain, mandarin, coriander / Safety Information: use ˝ recommended dilution or less / Main constituents: Borneol, camphene, cymol, dipentene, eugenol, geraniol, linalol, pinene, sapol, terpineol, myristicin, safrol.

Oak Moss Absolute

Evernia prunastri - France - Common Method of Extraction: Solvent Extracted / Color: Light Brown / Note: Base / Medium strength aroma that is rich, earthy, and woody. Constituents: Evernic acid, d-usnic acid, atranorine, chloratronorine.

Orange, Sweet Essential Oil

Citrus sinensis (Family, Rutaceae) - Brazil - With a rich, fresh citrus scent, the essential oil of Orange essential oil lifts the spirits yet is calming to the nerves. Blend with spicy oils for cheering baths. Add to massage oil for digestive system. Believed to brighten dull complexions. Encourages sleep. / Warning: Do not use this oil on the skin or in baths 12 hours prior to sun or sunlamp exposure. / Perfume Note=Top / Source: fruit peels / Production method: expression / Aromatherapy class: calming / Aroma type: citrus / Skin type: dry, aging/mature / Traditional use: astringent, soothing agent, skin conditioner / Blends well with: citrus oils, petitgrain, neroli, orange flower / Main constituents: Limonene, citral, citronellal, geraniol, linalol, perminol,bergapten, auraptenol and acids.

Oregano Essential Oil

Origanum vulgare L. (Family, Lamiaceae) - Turkey - Warms and assists improvement of circulation, digestion, mental clarity and alertness. Oregano oil relieves muscle aches and pains and assists in increasing physical endurance and energy. But it increases perspiration. It may assist in reducing cellulite. / Warning: Can be irritating to sensitive skin so only use small amounts.

Palmarosa Essential Oil

Cymbopogon martini Staph v motia, Andropogon martinii [(Family, Graminaceae (Poaceae)] - India - Light, lovely floral aroma which is uplifting. Palmarosa oil aids clarity of mind and also makes a wonderful skin care oil when mixed with Sweet Almond. It is said to stimulate cellular regeneration and it moisturises making it particularly good for mature skin care and acne. / Perfume Note=Middle / Source: aerial parts / Production method: steam distillation / Aromatherapy class: aroma type: floral / Skin type: dry / Traditional use: insect repellent, skin conditioner, soothing agent, emollient, muscle relaxant / Blends well with: geranium, cananga, amyris, guaicawood / Main constituents: Mainly geraniol, with citronellal, citral, farnesol, limonene, dipentene.

Patchouli Essential Oil

Pogostemon cablin, P. patchouli (Family, Lamiaceae [Labiatae]) - Indonesia - Patchouli oil has a persistent, musky, earthy, exotic aroma. Soothes and uplifts the spirit. Is soothing to the skin and is reported to be especially good for mature skin. Useful in protecting dry, mature or blemished skin, Sensual properties, Musky aroma lingers. Use on scalp for dandruff. Used in the East to scent linen and clothes and to repel fleas and lice. Can prevent sleep with its nerve stimulating properties. / Perfume Note=Base / Source: leaves / Production method: steam distillation / Aromatherapy class: soothing, toning / Aroma type: woodsy / Skin type: oily, blemished / Traditional use: anti-inflammatory agent, antiseptic, astringent, aphrodisiac, perfume / Blends well with: labdanum, vetiver, sandalwood, cedarwood, geranium, clove, lavender, rose, neroli, bergamot, myrrh, clary sage / Main constituents: Patchoulil, pogostol, bulnesol, nor patchoulenol, bulnese, patchoulene.

Pepper, Black Essential Oil

Piper nigrum L. (Family, Piperceae) - India - Pungent aroma it stimulates and tones. Ideal for massaging on abdomen and muscles. Use as pre-sports or dance rub to help maintain suppleness. One of the earliest used spices. Interesting effects when used in perfume blends. It blends well with Rose, Rosemary, Marjoram and Lavender, but should only be used in small amounts. / Warning: Black Pepper can be a skin irritant, so must be used with care. / Perfume Note=Middle / Source: fruits / Production method: steam distillation / Aroma type: spicy / Traditional use: muscle relaxant, aphrodisiac / Blends well with: olibanum, sandalwood, lavender, rosemary, marjoram / Main Constituents: Thujene, pinene, camphene, sabinene, carene, myrcene, limonene, phellandrene, beta-caryohyllene.

Peppermint Essential Oil

Mentha piperita (Family, Lamiaceae [Labiatae]) - U.S.A. - Peppermint is an energizing oil with a penetrating, minty aroma. It helps to relieve fatigue and muscle pain. Use it in the daytime, as its energizing effect may keep you awake at night. / Add to a massage blend for the digestive system. Excellent for refreshing tired head and feet. Sniff from bottle or one drop on handkerchief to revive during travel. Blended with Rosemary and Juniper it makes an excellent morning bath. / Warning: Some Aromatherapists say do not use Peppermint when pregnant. / Perfume Note=Top / Source: aerial parts / Production method: steam distillation / Aromatherapy class: energizing, stimulating / Aroma type: minty / Skin type: blemished / Traditional use: insect repellent, emollient, antiseptic, muscle relaxant / Blends well with: bergamot, geranium, lavender, marjoram, rosemary, sandalwood / Safety Information: can cause skin irritation / Main constituents: Menthol, carvone, cineol, limonene, menthone, pinene, thymol.

Petitgrain Essential Oil

Citrus aurantium v. amara , C. bigaradia (Family, Rutaceae) - Spain - Petetgrain oil with a lovely fresh, flowery scent is revitalizing yet relaxing. It has a toning effect on the skin. from the same trees as Neroli/orange blossom though Petitgrain is distilled from the leaves rather than the petals. Similar properties to Neroli, it has deodorant properties and helps to relieve anxiety and stress. Lovely aroma. Good in final rinse for healthy hair, (two drops). blends well with Rosemary, Geranium, Lavender and Bergamot as well as with Orange and Neroli. / Perfume Note=Top / Source: leaves and stems / Production method: steam distillation / Aromatherapy class: calming / Aroma type: citrus / Blends well with: citrus oils, lavender, clary sage, rosemary, olibanum / Main constituents: Linalyl acetate geranyl acetate, linalol, nerol, termineol.

Pine Needle (Scotch Pine) Essential Oil - Pinus sylvestris L. (Family, Pinaceae) - Hungary - Stimulates, refreshes and cleanses. With a strong, fresh, resinous aroma it has a powerful antiseptic quality and is widely used. Pine Needle oil has a deodorant affect and is often used in commercial preparations. Warning Dilute and use with care as Pine oil may otherwise cause skin irritation. / Perfume Note=Middle / Main constituents: Bornyl acetate, citral, cadinene, dipentene, phellandrene, pinene, sylvertrene.

Ravensara Essential Oil

Ravensara aromatica Sonnerat - Madagascar - Ravensara Anisata is from the Bark of the tree and Aromatica is from the leaves. Both are used for clearing the sinus and breathing passages, loosening tight muscles, relieving menstrual discomfort and aches and pains.

Rose Absolute

Rosa damascena Mill. (Family, Rosaceae) - Morocco - 5% solution in Jojoba. The finest Rose Maroc. damascena. Known as the Queen of oils. With 'Feminine' properties - soothing, tones, cleanses, uplifts the spirit and helps maintain self confidence. Excellent skincare oil, perfect for dry/mature, ageing or thread veined skin. Has been renowned throughout the centuries as having Sensual and even Aphrodisiac properties. Exquisite aroma. Needs only a small amount to be affective. / Warning: Avoid using during the first four months of pregnancy. / Perfume Note=Middle / Source: flowers / Production method: solvent extraction / Aromatherapy class: cooling, balancing, calming, toning / Aroma type: floral / Skin type: dry, sensitive, normal to combination, aging/mature / Traditional use: perfume, skin conditioner, aphrodisiac / Main constituents: See Rose Otto.

Rose Geranium Essential Oil

Pelargonium graveolens (Family, Geraniaceae) - France - This Geranium has a wonderful rose aroma and is both uplifting and calming. It exerts a "balancing" effect on skin and is therefore useful for all skin types. It has often been used to ease the effect of PMS. A fresh, floral and sweet smelling oil it relaxes, restores and maintains stability of the emotions. An astringent oil excellent for all skin types. Used in skin care products for both its fragrance and cleansing properties. Useful insect repellent. For massage where there is cellulite and treating eczema and psoriasis. Blends well with other floral oils, and, mixed with Lavender and Bergamot produces a delightful room freshener. / Perfume Note=Middle to Top / Source: leaves and stems / Production method: steam distillation / Aromatherapy class: balancing, soothing skin type: oily, dry / Aroma type: floral / Traditional use: skin refresher, astringent / Blends well with: cedarwood, citronella, clary sage, grapefruit, jasmine, lavender, lime, neroli, orange, petitgrain, rose, rosemary, sandalwood / Main constituents: Geraniol, borneol, citronellol, linalol, termineol,limonene, phellandrene, pinene.


Rose Otto Essential Oil

Rosa damascena Mill. (Family, Rosaceae) - Bulgaria - The finest Rose Otto available - pure and undiluted. Warm, intense, immensely rich fragrance. One of the oldest and best known of all essential oils. Used in all types of perfumes to lend beauty and depth to the aroma. A drop or two in a massage, facial, or bath oil creates a luxurious, soothing experience. The oil is also used in skin creams, powders, and lotions. Romantic, creative, gently cheering oil. / Warning: Avoid using during the first four months of pregnancy. / Perfume Note=Middle / Source: flowers, Morocco and Turkey / Production method: steam distillation / Aromatherapy class: cooling, balancing, calming, toning / Aroma type: floral / Traditional use: astringent / Blends well with: floral oils, especially jasmine / Main constituents: Very complex with over 300 different chemical constituents but mainly Citronellol, geraniol, phenyl ethanol, nerol, stearopten.

Rosemary Essential Oil

Rosmarinus officinalis, R. coronarium (Family, Lamiaceae [Labiatae]) - Spain - Rosemary is an energizing oil with a strong herbaceous aroma. It helps to relieve muscle aches and combats mental fatigue. Use it in the daytime as its energizing effect may keep you awake at night. Perfect in Pre and Post sports rubs to maintain suppleness. Helps combat water retention and cellulite. Good hair tonic. An 'ideal pick me up'. Combats fatigue and clears stuffy atmosphere. / Warning: Do not use Rosemary when pregnant, having high blood pressure, or suffering from epilepsy. It may cause irritation of the skin. / Perfume Note = Middle / Source: leaves, Tunisia / Production method: steam distillation / Aromatherapy class: energizing, stimulating / Aroma type: camphoraceous / Skin type: oily, blemished / Traditional use: antiseptic, muscle relaxant, soothing agent, skin conditioner / Blends well with: olibanum, lavender, lavandin, citronella, thyme, basil, peppermint, labdanum, elemi, cedarwood, petitgrain, cinnamon / Main constituents: Borneol, camphene, camphor, cineol, lineol, pinene, terpineol. / Safety Information: use ˝ recommended dilution or less.

Rosewood Essential Oil

Aniba rosaeodora (Bois De Rose) (Family, Lauraceae) - Brazil - With a beautiful woody, floral fragrance, Rosewood is a relaxing oil that is also useful for improving dry, dull and oily/dry skin. Relaxing and deodorising. Add to massage oil to help combat tired muscles - especially after vigorous exercise. Has a steadying and balancing affect on nerves, useful during exams. A good anti-depressant and may help migraine and ward off general malaise. Derived from Plantation grown wood. / Perfume Note = Middle/Top

Sage Essential Oil

Salvia officinalis (Family, Lamiaceae [Labiatae]) - Spain - A useful regulator of the central nervous system. May help with menstrual and digestive disorders. Warning Do not use Sage when pregnant or suffering from epilepsy. / Perfume Note = Top / Source: leaves / production method: steam distillation / aromatherapy class: energizing, stimulating / aroma type: camphoraceous / skin type: oily / traditional use: soothing agent / blends well with: lavandin, rosemary, citrus oils / Safety Information: should be avoided by pregnant women.

Sandalwood Essential Oil

Santalum album (Family, Santalaceae) - India - Sandalwood is said to have been used for over 4000 years as a perfume and temple incense. It has a sweet, buttery, woody aroma that is very sensual. It is uplifting and relaxing and is beneficial for all types of skin. Traditionally burnt as an aid to meditation and much used in religious ceremonies. Creates an exotic, sensual atmosphere with a reputation as an aphrodisiac. Excellent skincare oil. useful for dry and damaged hair and as a body fragrance. / Perfume Note = Base / Source: wood / Production method: steam distillation / Aromatherapy class: calming, grounding / Aroma type: woodsy / Skin type: oily, blemished, sensitive, dry / Traditional use: antiseptic, emollient, soothing agent, astringent, insect repellent, skin conditioner / Blends well with: rose, violet, clove, lavender, black petter, bergamot, geranium, labdanum, vetiver, patchouli, mimosa, myrrh, jasmine / Main constituents: Santalols. fusanols, forneol, santalone.

Scotch Pine (Pine Needle) Essential Oil

Pinus sylvestris L. (Family, Pinaceae) - Hungary - Stimulates, refreshes and cleanses. With a strong, fresh, resinous aroma it has a powerful antiseptic quality and is widely used. It has a deodorant affect and is often used in commercial preparations. Warning Dilute and use with care as Pine oil may otherwise cause skin irritation. / Perfume Note=Middle / Main constituents: Bornyl acetate, citral, cadinene, dipentene, phellandrene, pinene, sylvertrene.

Spearmint Essential Oil

Mentha spicata, M. viridis (Family, Lamiaceae [Labiatae]) -USA - Energizing to the mind and body. Use in bath water for it's refreshing effect. Make a facial steam of spearmint oil in a pot of boiling water to help cleanse and refine pores. It is refreshing, cooling, gently vitalizing. / Perfume Note=Top / Source: flowering tops / Production method: steam distillation / Aromatherapy class: calming / Aroma type: minty / Skin type: blemished / Traditional use: insect repellent, emollient, astringent, soothing agent, muscle relaxant / Blends well with: bergamot, jasmine, lavender, sandalwood / Safety Information: use ˝ recommended dilution or less.

Spruce Essential Oil

Picea marina - Austria - Steam Distilled, nearly clear in color / Note: Middle / Strength of Aroma: Medium Strength Aroma that is Fresh, woody, earthy, sweet, with a hint of a fruity note / Uses: Coughing, depression. / Constituents: Pinenes, limonene, bornyl acetate, tricyclene, phellandrene, myrcrene, thujone, dipentene, cadinene.

Tagetes Essential Oil

Tagetes grandulifera - France - Color is Gold / Note: Top / Medium Strength aroma that is fresh, sweet, floral, slightly fruity. / Uses: Corns, warts. / Constituents: Tagetones, ocimene, myrcene, linalool, limonene, pinenes, carvone, citral, camphene, valeric acid, salicylaldehyde. / Safety: Possibly toxic. Use only in moderation. Severely phototoxic. Do not use if the area of application will be exposed to sunlight for 24 hours due to its phototoxicity.

Tangerine Essential Oil

Citrus reticulata (Family, Rutaceae) - Spain - A sweet tangy aroma. Used as an astringent for oily skin. / Warning: Avoid use in sun. / Perfume Note = Top.

Tea Tree Essential Oil

Melaleuca alternifolia, M. linariifolia, M. uncintata (Family, Myrtaceae) - Australia - Powerful antiseptic, antifungal and anti-viral. Good for acne, cold sores, warts, and burns. Use for vaporising to kill germs. Useful cleansing agent for skin. Helps combat foot odor and athletes foot. Ti Tree, as it is also known, has a wide range of uses, including some aids related illnesses. Further reading is recommended. / Warning: May cause irritation to sensitive skins. / Perfume Note = Top / Source: leaves and stems, Australia / Production method: steam distillation / Aromatherapy class: energizing, stimulating, toning / Skin type: oily, blemished / Aroma type: camphoraceous / Traditional use: insect repellent, antiseptic / Blends well with: lavandin, lavender, clary sage, rosemary, cananga, geranium, marjoram, clove, nutmeg / Main constituents: Terpinene-4-ol, cineol, pinene, terpenes, cymene.

Thyme, Linalol Essential Oil

(Family, Lamiaceae (Labiatea) (Family, Lamiaceae) - France - This Thyme has the "good" properties without the "bad". More expensive but a better choice. Long known since ancient times as a medicinal herb. Vaporise as a household disinfectant. It has a strong pungent aroma and is said that it can ward off rodents and get rid of fleas. / Warning: Do not use Thyme when pregnant or having high blood pressure. / Perfume Note = Middle / Source: flowering tops, Spain / Production method: steam distillation / Aromatherapy class: energizing, stimulating, toning / Aroma type: spicy / Skin type: blemished / Traditional use: deodorant, antiseptic / Blends well with: bergamot, lemon, rosemary, lavender, lavandin, marjoram / Safety Information: can cause skin irritation / Main constituents: Thymol, carvacrol, borneol, cineol, metnone and pinene, may contain geraniol, linlol thujanol-4 or alpha-terpineol.

Thyme, White Essential Oil

Thymus vulgaris L. (Family, Lamiaceae (Labiatea) - Spain - Long known since ancient times as a medicinal herb. Vaporise as a household disinfectant. It has a strong pungent aroma and is said that it can ward off rodents and get rid of fleas. / Warning: Do not use Thyme when pregnant or having high blood pressure. Dilute to no more than 2% Thyme before use. It may cause irritation to sensitive skins. / Perfume Note = Middle / Source: flowering tops, Spain / Production method: steam distillation / Aromatherapy class: energizing, stimulating, toning / Aroma type: spicy / Skin type: blemished / Traditional use: deodorant, antiseptic / Blends well with: bergamot, lemon, rosemary, lavender, lavandin, marjoram / Safety Information: use ˝ recommended dilution or less; can cause skin irritation / Main constituents: Thymol, carvacrol, borneol, cineol, metnone and pinene, may contain geraniol, linlol thujanol-4 or alpha-terpineol.

Vanilla Absolute Oil

Vanilla planifolia - Madagascar - Source: seeds / Production: solvent extraction / Note: base with strong aroma that is rich and warm / Uses: emollient, aphrodisiac / Blends well with: sandalwood, vetiver / Constituents: Vanillin, hydroxybenzaldehyde, acetic acid, isobutyric acid, caproic acid, eugenol, furfural.

Vetiver Essential Oil

Vetiveria zizanoides (L.) Staph., Andropogon muricatus(Family, Poaceae [Gramineae]) - Madagascar - Sometimes known as Vetivert. Deeply relaxing, soothing oil for the mind and body. Earthy, smokey aroma, which is more pleasant when diluted. Assists in reducing blood pressure. Sensual properties. Blends subtly with Lavender, Sandalwood and Jasmine. / Perfume Note = Base / Source: roots / Production method: steam distillation / Aromatherapy class: balancing, grounding / Aroma type: woodsy / Skin type: sensitive, aging/mature / Traditional use: emollient / Blends well with: sandalwood, jasmine, patchouli, lavender, clary sage, mimosa, ylang ylang / Main constituents: Vetiverol, vitivone, vetivenes.

Yarrow Essential Oil

Achillea millefolium (Family, Asteraceae [Compositae]) - Hungary - Has seditive properties. Used for a wide variety of complaints, including chest infections, digestive problems and nervous exhaustion. The Chinese use it for menstural problems and in Scandinavia it is used for Rhumatism. It is also used for skin complaint including acne, reducing scaring for burns and cuts. /Perfume Note=Middle

Ylang Ylang Essential Oil

Cananga odorata (Family, Annonaceae) - Madagascar - There are four grades, Extra, #1, #2, & #3. With an intensely sweet, floral scent, this exotic oil lifts the spirits, promotes relaxation and has long used for its sensual properties. Soothing and relaxing during times of tension and stress. Ideal for both oily and dry skins and as a hair rinse [2 drops in rinse water]. / Perfume Note = Base/Middle / Source: flowers / Production method: solvent extraction / Aromatherapy class: calming, balancing / Aroma type: floral / Skin type: oily, dry, normal to combination, aging/mature / Traditional use: perfume, aphrodisiac / Blends well with: bergamot, lavender, lemon, narcissus, neroli, palmarosa, sandalwood, vetiver / Main constituents: Methyl benzoats, methyl salicylate, linalyl acetate, cadinene, caryophyllene, pinene, cresol, eugenol, linalol, geraniol.

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