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What are Essential Oils

Essential oils are described as volatile material derived by a physical process from odorous plant material of a single botanical form and species.


Where are Essential Oils Found?

Essential oils occur widely in the plant kingdom, not only in the plants, leaves and fruit but also in the roots, stems and in other parts of the plants. Often a plant that produces an essential oil may do so in only one of its parts, such as Jasmine, from the flowers.
The more oil glades or ducts present in the plant, the higher the yield of essential oil, thus the less expensive the cost of the oil.


Most essential oils labels will contain The name of the oil, eg: Lavender & the botanical name eg Lavandula angustifolia.

If they do not contain this information, or it is noted as Fragrant Oil, these are not essential oils. While they produce the same scent as the essential oils, they will not have the same therapeutic benefit of an essential oil.


Essential Oils and Aromatherapy should not replace advice given by a licensed Medical practitioner.


Please Note:  I do not sell individual Essential Oils.


Therapeutic Properties Definitions

Essential Oil Information Pages

  • Bergamot – (citrus bergamia)
  • Black Spruce – (picea mariana)
  • Cedarwood Atlas – (cedrus atlantica)
  • Clary Sage – (salvia sclarea)
  • Elemi – (canarium luzonicum)
  • Frankinsense – (boswellia carteri)
  • German Chamomile – (matricaria chamomilia)
  • Grapefruit – (citrus paradisii)
  • Jasmine – (jasminum grandiflorum)
  • Lavender – (Lavandula angustifolia)
  • Lemon – (citrus limon)
  • Lime – (citrus aurantifolia)
  • Mandarin – (citrus reticulata)
  • Manuka – (leptospermum scoparium)
  • Marjoram – (marjorana hortensis)
  • May Chang – (litsea cubeba)
  • Melissa aka Lemon balm – (melissa officinalis)
  • Neroli – (citrus auranthium var amara)
  • Niaoli – (melaleuca quinquenervia)
  • Peppermint – (mentha piperita)
  • Pine – (pinus sylvestris)
  • Ravansara – (ravensara aromatic)
  • Roman Chamomile – (anthemis nobilis)
  • Rose Geranium – (p graveolens)
  • Rose – (rosa damancena)
  • Rosemary – (rosmarinus Officinalis)
  • Rosewood – (aniba roseaodora)
  • Sandalwood -Australian – (santalum spicatum)
  • Sweet Orange – (citrus sinensis)
  • Vanilla – (vanilla planifolia)
  • Ylang-ylang – (canaga odorata)

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