Essential Oils, Therapeutic Grade
Cedar Wood of Morocco:
Cedar Wood Oil, Atlas, Morocco is a yellowish to orange-yellow viscous oil with a peculiar camphoraceous-cresylic sweet top note and woody low notes. It is used extensively in perfumery because of cost and fixative properties. Furthermore it blends exceptionally well with woods and labdanum products.
Eucalyptus of Australia:
Eucalyptus oil, Australia Eucalyptus: The strong nose-opening smell of cough drops is mainly due to the presence of this top ten oil harvested from the leaves of the Australian Native Eucalyptus tree. It is no wonder Jeanne Rose uses Eucalyptus oil to treat her own asthma. She advises using it blended in chest rubs and pure in a diffuser. Aromatherapist Victoria Edwards of Fair Oaks, California advises Eucalyptus for Bronchitis. She uses a hot, wet washcloth with a few drops of the oil. She said “You can also put a couple of drops in your hand, rub your palms together and inhale it right from your hands.” Backaches are also treated with massage using diluted Eucalyptus oil. Judith Jackson, author and Aromatherapist says Eucalyptus is a valuable oil for treating Urinary Tract infections. She recommends a few drops in a bath. Eucalyptus is also an excellent diffuser oil to make homes smell cleaner. Although critics describe the aroma as medicinal that may be simply because of the association with cough treatments. The great benefits are no longer a secret.
Sacred Frankincense of Oman:
This amazing oil is from Boswellia sacra from our distilling partner in Oman. This is the rarer frankincense often referred to as "sacred" frankincense. To those who seek this one will accept no substitute. The sacra is distintly differerent in aroma and compostion from the other more common varieties.
Lavender of the French Alps:
Lavender oil, French Fine High Alt. The scent is fresh and sweet, floral, natural and winsome. Unlike some floral extracts, French Lavender is not the least bit nauseating or overpowering, though decidedly floral. Chemically the European lavenders are quite similar. Linalool, linalyl acetate, furfural, valeric aldehyde, amyl alcohol, pinene, cineol, and various other components occur naturally in French Lavender. English Lavender has higher linalool content. However, French Lavender has a higher ester content than lavenders cultivated at lower altitudes. For Lavender high altitudes are preferable. The distillations carried out at higher altitudes tend to produce improved oils, due to lower distillation temperatures.
Lemongrass of India:
Lemongrass oil, India is also referred to as East Indian Lemongrass. The aroma is lemon-like and spicy. The citral content is very high, up to 85 percent. Citronellal and geraniol are natural components as well. Lemongrass Flexuosus grows wild in east India and is cultivated in other areas. These cultivated plants are distilled with yields under one percent
Oregano of Turkey:
Oregano oil, Turkey - This oregano is the best you will find with over 80% carvacrol!
Peppermint Flowering Tops:
Rose Geranium of Madagascar:
Floral, sweet, heavy, rose-like scent. Similar to our Geranium Bourbon oil, but less full-bodied and more rosey in scent. It, too, has a feminine affinity with a sharp yet soothing aroma that evokes feelings of balance. Wonderful for scenting body care products, relaxation rituals and everyday perfume blends. Rose Geranium is also a favorite in outdoor summertime blends.
Aromatic suggestions for essential oil use:
- Tap one drop onto the palm of your hand, rub your palms together, cup over nose and inhale deeply.
- Add a few drops to a tissue and place in your pillowcase for an aromatic night’s sleep.
- Add a few drops to a tissue and tuck into the vent of your car. Turn on the heat or AC and diffuse pure aromatherapy into your driving experience.
- Add a few drops to unscented lotion, body or bath oil to bring aromatherapy to your personal care routine.
Tea Tree of Australia:
Tea Tree Oil, Australia (Premium Grade) - This is the highest quality tea tree oil available today. The Oil is imported directly from the best distillery in Australia, shipped and stored in stainless steel drums under argon gas to preserve the freshness. You will not find a better tea tree oil anywhere.
Orange, Wild Caribbean:
Orange Oil, Wild grown in Dominican Republic
Ylang Ylang of Indonesia:
Ylang Ylang Extra oil, (most floral), Indonesia, is powerfully floral, extremely sweet, with floral-woody undertones. The complete Ylang Ylang is obtained by continuous steam distillation of the fresh flowers. This complex oil contains, among others, pinene, linalool, geraniol, eugenol, and trace amounts of various other components.