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Aniseed has a distinctive fragrance, similar to liquorice. The oil can be used to help with digestive issues and may work to help relieve coughs and colds. Aniseed promotes healing of wounds and can be useful when dealing with arthritis and rheumatic matters as well as calming an overly anxious mind.
Basil is a spicy fragrance that is immediately warming. It is a great oil to use in massage oils and diffusers and can help with the stress of life. Basil can help with mental clarity and focus as well as helping to relieve stress and encouraging the mind to relax.
With a hint of wood Bay has been described as almost clove like in the aroma. This is a potent antiseptic oil that offers many health benefits. Bay can be used to soothe an irritated scalp and help minimise greasy hair issues and is excellent for stimulating the circulation.
A lesser-known oil Benzoin has a similar sweet fragrance to vanilla but with warmer undertones. It has a vast range of uses from skin care to breathing issues. It can be used in skin creams and lotions to help hydrate problem areas and in diffusers to help clear and relax the airways when suffering respiratory problems.
Did you know that Bergamot is used in Earl Grey tea? It is what creates the distinct flavour. As an essential oil, this is a refreshing scent that helps create calm and rest. It can help with mental health as it soothes the mind and calms an irritable soul. Bergamot is an antiseptic oil and can be used in cleaning products.
Black Pepper is a familiar smell and generally associated with kitchen use, but is a potent essential oil. Blended into a massage carrier oil, this can help relieve muscle aches making it popular with runners. Black pepper is also great for promoting healthy digestion and increasing circulation when massaged in.
Coming from the same family of plants as Camphor, Cajeput may not be well known, but it has a distinct fragrance that has been suggested to be like a milder version of Eucalyptus oil. This means that it is an excellent oil for clearing congestion when inhaled. It can also be used as an antiseptic and is great for clearing the mind and creating focus.
Associated with mothballs this great oil is an excellent insect repellent and great for avoiding chemical usage to deal with biting creatures. A very warming oil this is perfect for sore, aching muscles as it heats and soothes when massaged in. It is also said to protect and strength the heart.
With a fresh forest type scent, Cedarwood is another of the antiseptic group of oils. It is an excellent oil for skin health and is used in shampoos to treat scalp issues. It can be used in diffusers and massage oils to help relax a tense body and mind.
A familiar sweet fragrance Cherry is designed primarily to be used in various skin care products. Favourited for candles and soap making this delicious oil can also be used as a massage oil or in a room diffuser to create a lovely homely fragrance. It must be well diluted to be used in direct contact with the skin.
Transporting you to a sweet factory the smell of chocolate is delicious and sweet, although it might make you slightly peckish. Again fragrance oils are designed to create an uplifting aroma around the home, so this has been developed primarily for oil burners and diffusers.
A distinctive scent Cinnamon is warming and spicy. As an essential oil, Cinnamon has a myriad of uses including having a soothing effect on joints and muscles when used in a bath or as a massage oil. Considered a stimulating oil, it helps with digestion and brightens the mood.
Coming from the citrus group of oils Citronella is crisp and fresh. It has a repellent effect on bugs and is often used in outdoor patio candles. As an aromatherapy oil, it is useful for skin care as well as having a clearing effect on the mind leaving you feeling more awake and refreshed.
A sweet fragrance Clary Sage has undertones of nuts and is a favourite oil for aromatherapists. It has a myriad of uses and is considered an excellent oil for those who suffer from night sweats and hot flushes. It balances the hormone and can help create the perfect arena for a better quality of sleep.
Clove is considered the dentist’s friend as traditional it has been used to create an antiseptic area in the mouth and gums. It is often found in alternative toothpaste. When used in a massage oil Clove can aid digestion and relieve discomfort. This is another good oil for repelling insects mainly mosquito's.
A delicious smelling fragrance oil again popular in soap making and candle crafting. The smell of coconuts can transport the mind to warmer climates and is particularly appealing in the cold winter months. It can be added to skin care products but take care to dilute well.
Who doesn’t love the smell of fresh coffee in the mornings? If you are a coffee addict, you will enjoy having this fragrance oil to use in diffusers and oil burners. Coffee fragrance oil could come in useful if you are marketing your property as estate agents often recommend using smells to entice the potential buyers.
You may have only considered Coriander as a kitchen herb. However, this spicy but sweet smelling oil is a really useful weapon in your aromatherapy arsenal. Used to help with sore muscles and tired bodies, Coriander also found favour thanks to its ability to stimulate the digestive system.
Warming yet bright, Cypress is a woody oil that has an invigorating impact on the mind and body. This oil is both antiseptic and astringent making it useful for cleaning products as well as being used on the body. It can work on menopausal symptoms as well as soothing varicose veins. An excellent product for cleansing the skin and preventing breakouts.
Typically associated with flu season, Eucalyptus is a powerful decongestant when diluted in hot water and inhaled. A sharp, distinctive smell eucalyptus certainly has the power to clear the nasal passages even when badly congested. It is antibacterial and antiseptic so also makes a powerful cleaning product ingredient.
Perhaps an uncommon smell, fennel is sweet and clean. It can be used to help with dieting and promoting a detoxifying environment. Another oil that has antiseptic properties is can be used in house cleaning but should not be used by women who have issues like endometriosis. Fennel can stimulate the digestive system.
Most famed as a gift from the wise men to the baby Jesus, Frankincense was considered an opulent oil by kings and rulers. It has a natural smell that is said to be a combination of Camphor and Lemon. It can help lift the mood and relieve exhaustion as well as giving confidence. A good mental health oil.
A sweet floral bouquet, Geranium is a favourite essential oil as it has many positive properties. Often found in skin care products it is a good toner and can help soothe irritated skin. Geranium is a mild antiseptic and can improve mood and stimulate mental clarity, so perfect in a diffuser.
This unique root has a distinct flavour that used in cooking and is a known antiemetic often found in natural travel sickness remedies and promoted for morning sickness. As an oil, it is good in a diffuser to achieve the same effect and can be used to help with circulation issues and muscle strains when used in massage oil.
Powerfully uplifting, Grapefruit is one of the citrus oils and can aid mental clarity. This is a good oil for exams as it promotes mental clarity and aids memory recall. It can be great for skin care as it is both cleansing and toning as well as being invigorating.
This little-known oil is a well-kept secret waiting to be discovered. It has a vast range of healing properties and is both antiseptic and anti-inflammatory. It can be used to aid the healing of wounds and is suitable for skin conditions such as eczema and dermatitis. Gurjun Balsam is also useful for those who suffer from anxiety.
A fresh smelling oil, Hyssop is another great mental health oil that can help with clearing the mind and combatting fatigue. A strong antiseptic this oil is also good in skin creams and massage oils as it helps both skin problems and digestion issues when used in that way.
A gorgeous fragrance, Jasmine oil has been considered an aphrodisiac oil. The lovely light aroma belays a myriad of uses. When used in a diffuser the oil permeates the home and creates emotional support. It helps with stress management and is soothing and relaxing when used as a massage oil.
Jojoba oil is primarily used for skin and hair care. In its natural form, it is considered a wax but has a very low melting point meaning it appears as a liquid. The properties of Jojoba oil can aid the natural elasticity of the skin, improving fine lines and wrinkles. For hair, it is nourishing and soothing and also calms scalp conditions.
A fruit oil, Juniperberry has been said to be reminiscent of Pine. Another oil that has anti-fungal and antiseptic properties, making it really powerful to work against conditions like thrush. In terms of mental health, this oil is excellent for calming and emptying the mind of the daily stresses.
One of the most widely known oils, Lavender is famed for its soporific properties and its ability to aide a sleep routine. It is also an antiseptic that can be used in cleaning products. It has a distinctive smell that is fresh and soothing and is excellent in diffusers.
Clean and fresh the smell of Lemon is a stimulant that acts on the brain to clear and refresh. It is an excellent oil to use in cold and flu remedies as it supports the body and improves circulation, which in turn help the immune system. It can be a powerful household cleaner and is also an oil that helps repel insects.
Used a lot in oriental cuisine Lemongrass is a pungent plant. As an oil, it is incredibly useful as it has a stimulating effect on the body. It can combat tiredness and is excellent for the skin when used in creams. It makes a fabulous foot soak as well as being a natural flea repellant
Sharp and tangy, Lime also belongs to the citrus family of oils. A natural and powerful antiseptic it is a fantastic skin toner and adds balance to the pH of the skin. Mentally citrus oils are clarifying and stimulating making them suitable for stressful situations such as tests and exams.
The softest of the citrus family, Mandarin is a gentle fragrance that packs a powerful therapeutic punch. An excellent oil to quiet the mind and soothe the soul whenever you feel stressed or sleepy but want to feel more awake. It is excellent for skin care and can be used to help reduce stretch marks.
An unusual fragrance which is described as spicy while having hints of Camphor, Marjoram has a vast range of therapeutic uses including offering support to aching and painful muscles and stimulating the circulation. Another mood lifting oil Marjoram can be used in massage oils and diffusers to get the most benefit.
A fruity oil, May Chang has been dubbed the oil of tranquillity because it offers support to the relaxation of the body and mind. It can work either to help you find peace and rest, or it can be uplifting and helpful when you are feeling tired and under a cloud. It is an antiseptic oil that can be used for bath soaks and massage oils.
A unique fragrance of floral tones and sweet exotic flavours, Neroli is a powerful headache tool. Used diluted as a temple massage oil it can help to shorten a headache and lessen the intensity. It has been described as an aphrodisiac oil that is perfect for candles and room diffusers.
Sharing many of its properties with Tea Tree oil, Niaouli is an excellent oil for use on burns and other wounds. It speeds healing and soothes the skin, relieving pain. Another good oil to add to a winter survival kit it can support the body and immune system as it fights a cold.
A famous kitchen spice, when used as an essential oil Nutmeg has many therapeutic properties. Used as a massage oil, it can improve the circulation and in turn help with aches from muscles, making it a favourite among athletes. Used a lot in scented candles targeted at winter it creates a warming atmosphere.
Oranges are a wonderfully fresh scent that reminds us of sunny days. The oil has a similar effect on the mind and is uplifting while soothing and helping to remove stress. Due to the properties of the oil, it makes an excellent skin treatment and can be used in facial creams or facial saunas.
A pungent oil that has many healing uses. It is a natural antibacterial and antifungal oil which means it is also suitable for use in cleaning products around the home. It can help with stomach and digestive issues and is good for helping wounds heal.
A subtle fragrance along the lines of Rose, Palmarosa is a gentle but powerful oil. Palmarosa can be used in home cleaning products as it has natural antibacterial properties and is also favoured among soap makers. It is a good oil to have in a diffuser when a patient is convalescing as it offers a boost.
With an aroma of musk and woody undertones, Patchouli is a popular oil. It a common ingredient in massage oils and soothes both the tired mind and the stressed body. It contains natural anti-inflammatory properties and is a great oil to add to a long relaxing bath.
An easily recognisable fragrance, Peppermint is a refreshing and uplifting oil. It is a great decongestant as it contains the all-important menthol which is perfect for clearing the sinuses and the mind. Peppermint is a fantastic oil to use in emergency sunburn treatment and is also great for taking the edge of insect bites.
Petitgrain hails from the bitter orange tree and is a citrus oil with a crisp, tanging fragrance. Coming from the citrus family means that Petitgrain has a stimulating and clearing effect on the mind. It is a good oil for cosmetic and skin cream and is very nourishing and soothing to the skin.
Hailing from the same family as the Camphor plant you can expect some of the same properties from this oil. It is another helpful decongestant that will soothe the sinuses and aid breathing. Pine Needles oil has antibacterial and antiviral properties making it a valuable addition to hand sanitiser and home cleaning products.
So-called because of the red colour it holds, Red Thyme oil is fresh and spicy oil that has a good range of therapeutic benefits. High on the list is the ability to improve respiratory illnesses and help with the infection. It is a potent oil so care should be taken to ensure suitable dilution.
A garden of roses is a truly incredible sight, and rose fragrance offers that fantastic imagery without leaving the room. Used in a diffuser this light scent creates a delicate but cosy feel to a room. It invokes memories of childhood and is often linked to grandparents and older relatives.
Pretty and floral, Rose Geranium is a gentle but useful addition to your aromatherapy kit. It can be used to cleanse and tone skin and is a mild astringent. It repels the likes of mosquitos and other unwanted insects and has a supportive effect on the emotions.
Thought of as a kitchen herb, Rosemary is actually a valuable essential oil in its own right. It is an excellent oil for those who suffer from headaches, and it can help loosen the airways an improve breathing. In massage oil, it is a great way to stimulate the circulation.
Sweet and floral, Rosewood is an invigorating essential oil that has an uplifting effect on the body and mind. It is a really useful natural deodorant and has antiseptic properties that are great for the kin. Rosewood is considered the perfect oil to add to skin creams for a more mature skin.
With hints of pine and camphor, Sage is an excellent oil for massaging aching joints and painful muscles. It is anti-inflammatory and can help speed up the healing process. In terms of skincare, Sage is good for soothing and balancing the skin especially when it tends to be oily.
Unsurprisingly having a woody fragrance, Sandalwood has a myriad of properties. It is an excellent oil for those who have issues with sleep as it encourages a restful mind and promotes a healthy sleep space. It is thought to be libido stimulating and therefore considered useful to couples experiences issues in the bedroom.
Who doesn’t love the aroma of strawberries? So sweet and fresh, it is a smell that invokes memories of summer and warmth. What better scent to have in your diffuser or oil burner when the skies are grey and the weather cold and wet in winter.
One of the most popular oils, Tea Tree, has a myriad of uses. Being a natural antiseptic and antibacterial it is often used in cleaning products and is an excellent winter protection oil. Diffuse round the home to ward off viruses. Take care around animals that the scent is not too strong.
A sweet herb that is often used in cooking, Thyme has great therapeutic properties. It is perfect for stress and anxiety and can help relieve headaches and feelings of fatigue. Thyme is an excellent oil to help recover from coughs and colds so should be diffused in the winter months.
A valuable spice from India, Turmeric is also a potent essential oil. Really valuable for hand and foot baths it has healing properties to the skin and aching muscles, It can be used in long hot baths and in massage oils to help the body.
The smell of vanilla is a distinctive but sweet fragrance. It has a powerful effect on the mind and helps overcome feelings of stress and anxiety. It stimulates the happy hormones and brings about feelings of relaxation and an invisible hug. It is used in many room fragrance products.
Considered the most sensual of essential oils, Ylang Ylang is a floral fragrance that has a sweet edge. It is the perfect oil for romantic massages from a partner and invokes a relaxed but sensual state. It can free the mind of negativity and increase positive feelings.
Usage: Essential oils are for external use only (never consume essential oils), avoid contact with eyes. Do not use on children, or when pregnant or while using medication. An essential oil should not be used instead of seeing a doctor for medical advice. Never self-prescribe and if in doubt please ask your doctor. Do not use on sensitive skin and always do a small test of the oil before use. If an allergic reaction occurs or you get the oil in your eyes then wash away the oil with water and then seek medical attention.
Cap: A dropper cap is inside the bottle for easy usage, this can be removed if you need the oil to drip quicker. Thicker oils, like Patchouli, Benzoin etc will take time to drip from the bottle. The dropper can be removed for quicker application. The cap is tamper evident and should be fully sealed when you receive.
Use by: We suggest using your oil within 12 months of purchase. Some will last longer and some scents mature with age.
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