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Essential Oils

These essential oils are pure and never altered or diluted in any way. We take pride in providing high quality essential oils to our customers. Essential Oils are the fragrant essences of plants in their purest, most concentrated state. Steam distilled, cold pressed or CO2 extracted. Essential Oils are the plant's soul, extracted to bring The Essence of "Well-being" into your life. They are highly potent extracts that have been referred to by Ayurvedic medicine as "liquid sun energy". The price of essential oils can change rapidly and abruptly depending on various factors such as crop yields, political instability, etc.
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  • Anise (China) Anise (China)
    PIMPINELLA ANISUM Anis has a spicy, licorice-like aroma. Fishermen used it to mask human scent while fishing. It blends well with fennel, petigrain and rosewood.
  • Basil, Sweet (india) Basil, Sweet (india)
    Ocimum Basilicum: Steam Distilled. Part used: Blossom & Plant. Basil, Sweet has a warm fiery scent that blends well with bergamot, lavender, neroli and verbena.
  • Bay laurel (France) Bay laurel (France)
    Steam Distilled, Part used: Leaf. This oil's aroma is spicy, somewhat camphoraceous and herbaceous. It is indicated for colds, virus infections and mouth ulcers; externally for massage in muscular aches and pains, including arthritis. Blends well with bergamot, cedarwood, lemon, rosemary and patchouli.
  • Bergamot (Italy) Bergamot (Italy)
    (Citrus Bergamia) FCF-(rectified to produce an oil free from Furanocoumarins, notably bergapten) -Bergamot is an uplifting, spicy, sweet scent: like orange and lemons with floral overtones. Blends well with chamomile, lavender, neroli and geranium.
  • Birch, Sweet (Russia) Birch, Sweet (Russia)
    Betula Lenta- Steam Distilled, Part Used: Twigs brantches. This is a very potent oil so do not over do the suggested quantities in your recipes or blends. It is used in Massage oils or liniments. It can be rubbed over painful areas to help ease muscular and arthritic pain and stiffness. It has a sweet minty scent. Since it smells like candy, store it safely away from children.
  • Black Pepper (India) Black Pepper (India)
    Piper Nigrum, Steam Distilled, Part Used:Berry. Black Pepper is a sharp, spicy aroma. Can be a skin irritation. Blends well with basil, bergamot, cypress, grapefruit, lemon, and sandalwood.
  • Cajeput (Indonesia) Cajeput (Indonesia)
    Malaleuca Cajeputi-Steam Distilled-Part Used: Leaf. Cajeput is a sweet, penetrating camphor-like aroma. blends well with bergamot, clove, lavender, and rosewood.
  • Camphor (China) Camphor (China)
    Cinnamonum Camphora has a fresh, clean and very piercing scent. It blends well with basil, cajeput and chamomile.
  • Carrot Seed (India) Carrot Seed (India)
    Daucus Carota, Steamed Distilled, Part Used: Seed. Carrot Seed has a sweet earthy aroma. Blends well with bergamot, lemon, orange, rosemary and spice oils. Safety Data: Mon-toxic, non-irritant, non-sensitizing.
  • Cedar Wood (Virginia) Cedar Wood (Virginia)
    Also known as Red cedar, it is from the family Cupressace. Although this tree is from this family it is still called Virginia Cedar.
  • Chamomile-Roman (USA) Chamomile-Roman (USA)
    Chamaelmelum Nobile has a fruity, apple-like aroma. It blends well with bergamot, jasmine, rose and ylang ylang.
  • Cinnamon Bark (Madagascar) Cinnamon Bark (Madagascar)
    Cinnamon bark essential oil, Madagascar, wildcrafted. Cinnamon has a long history of culinary and medicinal uses. Its high aldehyde content makes it a useful antimicrobial and antiseptic. Should be diluted with a carrier oil for topical application.
  • Cinnamon, Cassia (China) Cinnamon, Cassia (China)
    Cinnamonomum Cassia has a strong cinnamon-like aroma. It blends well with all the spices and citrus oils, geranium and black pepper. Dried cassia bark Cassia (called ròu gùi; 肉桂 in Chinese) is used in traditional Chinese medicine, where it is considered one of the 50 fundamental herbs. Cinnamomum cassia can be used in all cosmetics, soaps and bath and body products for coloring as well as aroma.
  • Cinnamon Leaf (Sri Lanka) Cinnamon Leaf (Sri Lanka)
    The leaves of the cinnamon tree, called cinnamomum verum or true cinnamon, contains nutrients that provides many health benefits. The oil within the leaves have anti bacterial properties. The oil is also used as a remedy for colds and respiratory infections.
  • Citronella (Indonesia) Citronella (Indonesia)
    Cymbopogon Nardus-Steamed Distilled-Part used: Herb. Citronella has a slightly sweet and lemony aroma with a woodsy note to it. It blends well with citrus oils, geranium, cedarwood and pine. Safety Date: Non-toxic, non-irritant. May cause dermatitis in some individuals. Avoid during pregnancy.
  • Clary Sage (France) Clary Sage (France)
    Salvia Sclarea has a heavy, herbal, nutty fragrance. It belnds well with bergamot, lavender, lime and geranium.
  • Clove Bud (USA) Clove Bud (USA)
    Eugenia Caryophllata: has a spicy, penetrating aroma. It blends well with basil, cinnamon, citronella and orange.
  • Coriander (Russia) Coriander (Russia)
    Coriandrum Sativum has a slightly pungent, sweet and spicy aroma. it blends well with frakincense and lavender.
  • Cypress (France) Cypress (France)
    Cupressus Sempervirens woody and slightly spicy aroma. It blends well with bergamot, lavender, lemon, pine and sandalwood.
  • Dill Weed (Europe) Dill Weed (Europe)
    Anethum Graveolens Dill Essential Oil has a dry, fresh, warm, and spicy aroma. It blends well with the following: black pepper, caraway, cinnamon, citrus oils, clove, nutmeg, peppermint, and spearmint. It is reported to have antispasmodic, bactericidal, carminative, digestive, emmenagogue, hypotensive, stimulant, and stomachic properties. Dill Essential Oil can be used alone or blended in a variety of lotions, soaps and bath & body products.
  • Eucalyptus (Australia) Eucalyptus (Australia)
    Eucalyptus Globulus-80/85% -Steamed Distilled. Eucalyptus oil has a camphorous odour with woody undertones. It blends well with vetiver, peppermint and clary sage. rosemary, lavender. Safety Data: Externally it is non-toxic, non-irritant (in dilution), non-sensitizing. Toxic when taken internally.
  • Fennel, Sweet (USA) Fennel, Sweet (USA)
    Foeniculum Vulgare has a floral, herby and slightly spicy aroma. It blends well with lavender, lemon, rose and sandalwood.
  • Frankincense (Ethiopia) Frankincense (Ethiopia)
    Boswellia Carteri, has a woody, spicy aroma,used as incense for meditation. Boosts immune system. it blends well with basil, geranium, lavender, orange and sandalwood.
  • Geranium (Egypt) Geranium (Egypt)
    Geranuim Ess. Oil - Pelargonium Graveolens (also known as Rose Geranium) Is a greenish-olive liquid that has a rosy sweet minty, heavy scent. It blends well with basil, bergamot, carrot seed, jasmine, lavender and rose. Is non-toxic, non-irritant and generally non-sensitizing. Is great in skin care, circulation, respiratory system and nervous system.
  • Ginger (China) Ginger (China)
    (Zingiber Officinale) has a spicy, woody, warm fragrence witha hint of lemon. Blends well with cajeput, cinnamon, eucalyptus, frakincense, geranium, orange and verbena.
  • Grapefruit (USA- California) Grapefruit (USA- California)
    Citrus Paradisi has a sweet, sharp, citrusy aroma. It blends well with bergamot, cedarwood, frakincense and lavender.
  • Juniper Berry (India) Juniper Berry (India)
    Juniperus Indica: Part used: Berry-Steamed distilled. Juniper Berry has a refreshing and slightly woody aroma. It blends well with bergamot, cypress, frankincense and sandalwood.
  • Lavender Lavender
    Lavender has a sedative action on the heart, assists in bringing down high blood pressure, relieves insomnia and muscular spasms and rheumatic pains.
  • Lemon (USA- California) Lemon (USA- California)
    Citrus Limon has a fresh and sharp citrus aroma. It blends well with chamomile, eucalyptus, lavender and rose.
  • Lemongrass (Guatemala) Lemongrass (Guatemala)
    Cymbopogon Citratus, steamed distilled, Part used: leaves (grass) Lemongrass has a fresh citrus grassy aroma with earthy undertones. It blends well with cedarwood, basil, lavender, neroli and tea tree. Safety Data: non-toxic, possible dermal irritation and or sensitization in some individuals-use with care.
  • Lime (Mexico) Lime (Mexico)
    Citrus Aurantifolia has a sharp, bittersweet aroma. It blends well with bergamot, geranium, lavender, rose and ylang ylang.
  • Mandarin (Italy) Mandarin (Italy)
    Citrus Reticulata - The mandarin tree is a member of the orange family. The pure essential oil comes from the outer peel of the mandarin. The mandarin peel is pressed, and from it comes the flowery, sweet aroma scent associated with the oil. This oil is believed to improve mood and "relieve anxiety". The oil is really a happy oil, as the smell of the oil gives you the feeling of cleanliness. It is safe for all ages, and children especially enjoy the aroma of the oil.
  • Marjoram (Spain) Marjoram (Spain)
    Origanium Marjorana has a warm, penetrating and slightly spicy aroma. It blends well with bergamot, cedarwood, orange and rosewood.
  • Myrrh (Somalia) Myrrh (Somalia)
    Commiphora Myrrha: Has a smoky and slightly musky aroma. It blends well with Clove, Frankincense, Lavender, Sandalwood, Bergamot, Lavender, Rosemary, Clary Sage, Lime, Ginger, Clove, and other spice oils. Safety Data: Non-toxic, Non-irritant, Non-sensitizing.
  • Niaouli Niaouli
    Melaleuca Viridiflora-Origin: Madagascar, Steam distilled, part used is the leaf. It has a slightly sweet, fresh, camphoraceous odour. It blends well with cedarwood, citrus, pine, florals and vetiver. Niaouli is a typical memeber of the Tea Tree group of oils.
  • Nutmeg (Indonesia) Nutmeg (Indonesia)
    Myristica Fragrans is a clear essential oil with a spicy, warm and nutty odor. One drop of Nutmeg with 20-40 drops of Orange is wonderfull for the home. It blends well with citrus oils.
  • Orange  Sweet  (USA- Florida) Orange Sweet (USA- Florida)
    Citrus Sinensis has a zesty, refreshing citrus fragrance. It blends well with cinnamon, coriander, clove, frankincense, jasmine, lavender and rose.
  • Oregano (Spain) Oregano (Spain)
    Origanum Vulgare - Wildcrafted-steam distilled. Oregano, Wild has a warm, spicy-herbaceous, camphoraceous aroma. It blends well with Lavender, pine, camphor, rosemary and cedar wood. Oregano essential oil has antiviral, antibacterial, antifungal, antiparasitic, and antiseptic properties. For external use, oregano essential oil is valued as a strong analgesic and antirheumatic agent. Safety Data: Is a skin irritant, mucous membrane irritant. Avoid during pregnancy.
  • Palmarosa (India) Palmarosa (India)
    Cymbopogon Martini-Steamed Distilled. Part Used: Herb. Palmarosa has a sweet floral, rosy, geranium-like scent. It blends well with geranium, rose, sandalwood, cedarwood and floral oils.
  • Patchouli Patchouli
    Pogostemon Patchouly has a strong, earthy fragrance that is sweet and spicy. It blends well with Black Pepper, Clary Sage, Frankincense, Geranium, Lavender and Myrrh.
  • Pennyroyal (Morocco) Pennyroyal (Morocco)
    Mentha Puleguim-Morocco-steamed Distilled. Part Used: Flower Plant.
  • Peppermint (China) Peppermint (China)
    Mentha Piperita sharp mentol fragrance. It blends well with cedarwood, cypress, lavender and pine.
  • PET PERFUME OIL PET PERFUME OIL
    The Essential Oil Company custom blend of eucalyptus, sweet orange , citronella and cedarwood oils, designed to keep pets smelling fresh and keep pests at bay.
  • Petitgrain (Paraguay) Petitgrain (Paraguay)
    Citrus aurantium. Steam Distilled, Part Used: Leaves and twigs. Petitgrain has a fresh floral & citrus scent along with a woody-herbal undertone. It blends well with Rosemary, Bergamot, Clary Sage, Lavender, Geranium, clove and jasmine. Safety Data: Non-toxic, non-irritant, non-sensitizing, non-phototoxic.
  • Pine Needle (Bulgaria) Pine Needle (Bulgaria)
    Pinus Silvertis has a fresh, forest aroma. It blends well with decarwood, clove, myrtle and niaouli.
  • Rosemary (Spain) Rosemary (Spain)
    Rosmarinus Officinalis has a refreshing herbal fragrance. It blends well with basil, cedarwood, frakincense, ginger, grapefruit, orange and peppermint.
  • Rosewood (Brazil) Rosewood (Brazil)
    Aniba Rosaeodora (aka: Bois de Rose) Wildcrafted-Steamed Distilled. Part used: Wood. Rosewood has a light sweet, woody, floral and slightly spicy aroma. It blends well with most oils especially citrus oils. Safety Data: Non-irritant, non-toxic, non-sensitizing.
  • Sage Dalmatian (Yugoslavia) Sage Dalmatian (Yugoslavia)
    Salvia Officinalis. Spicy, sharp, very herbaceous. Penetrating, powerful. The Dalmatian Sage is considered the superior Sage variety.
  • Sandalwood ( Amyris ) Haiti Sandalwood ( Amyris ) Haiti
    Sandalwood Amyris grows wild on the Mountain slopes of Haiti. It is an evergreen with white flowers.The bark is the part of the plant which produces the resin which makes Sandalwood Amyris.
  • Spearmint (USA- Oregon) Spearmint (USA- Oregon)
    Mentha Viridis is very similar to peppermint, but slightly sweeter. It blends well with basil, grapefruit and rosemary.
  • Spruce (USA) Spruce (USA)
    Tsuga Canadensi-Steamed Distilled-Part Used: Needle & Twig. Spruce has a fresh pine, and bitter orange peel aroma. It blends well with basil, grapefruit and rosemary.
  • Tangerine (USA- Florida) Tangerine (USA- Florida)
    Citrus Madurensis has a sweet and tangy aroma. Florida Origin. the peels produce the truest tangerine fragrance. Blends well with basil, bergamot, chamomile, clary sage, frankincense, neroli, orange and rose.
  • Tea Tree (Australia) Tea Tree (Australia)
    Melaleuca Alternifolia -Steamed Distilled-Part Used: Leaf. Tea Tree has a fresh and sanitary, yet rather pungent aroma. It blends well with cinnamon, clove, cypress, eucalyptus, ginger, lavender and thyme. This oil is unusual in that it is active against all 3 organisms: Bacterial, fungal and viral. Safety Data: Non-toxic, Non-irritant, possible sensitization in some individuals.
  • Thuja-Cedarleaf (Europe) Thuja-Cedarleaf (Europe)
    Thuja Occidentalis-Steamed Distilled. Part used: Leaf. Thuja Essential oil has been used in many medicinal remedies, in incense burning, as a natural bug repellent,and in cleaning products. Please note: This oil should not be used if Pregnant. People with Epilepsy should avoid. This oil can be toxic if ingested. Keep away from Children. Use with medical supervision.
  •  Thyme (Spain)      Thyme (Spain)
    Thymus Vulgaris- (White Thyme) has a rather strong herbaceous aroma. It blends well with frankincense, geranium, grapefruit, jasmine, lavender, rose, sandalwood and ylang ylang. Thyme is best known for it's infection fighting abilities. This oil can irritate the skin and mucus membranes so be sure to use in very low dilutions.
  • Vetiver (Indonesia) Vetiver (Indonesia)
    Vetivera Zizanoides has a deep, smokey, earthy aroma. It blends well with frankincense, geranium, grapefruit, jasmine, lavender, rose, sandalwood and ylang ylang.
  • White Pine (USA) White Pine (USA)
    Pinus Strobus-Steamed Distilled-Part Used: Needles. There are numerous pine species this particular one has the aroma of the cleaning product-Pinesol.
  • Wintergreen (China) Wintergreen (China)
    Gaultheria Procumbens - Fine aroma of wintergreen - Intense, sweet, minty, birch, slightly woody. Extraction Method: Steam Distilled. Grown Wild in China.
  •  Ylang Ylang  (Madagascar) Ylang Ylang (Madagascar)
    Cananga Odorata Genuna- Steamed Distilled, Part Used: Flower. Ylang Ylang has a sweet, floral, heavy aroma. It blends well with bergamot, jasmine, labender, lemon, rose, sandalwood and verbena.
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