Essential Oil Profiles

Roman Chamomile Essential Oil

Roman chamomile essential oil is one of the most versatile of all the oils used in aromatherapy today – learn more about its history, therapeutic properties and how to use it in aromatherapy . . .

Petitgrain Essential Oil

Petitgrain essential oil is derived from the fresh leaves and green twigs of the bitter orange tree. Learn about the properties, history and the many ways you can use it in aromatherapy . . .

Vetiver Essential Oil

Vetiver essential oil is extracted from the roots of a grass belonging to the same botanical family as lemongrass, citronella and palmarosa. Discover it’s history and many uses in aromatherapy . . .

Sweet Fennel Essential Oil

Sweet fennel essential oil is obtained from the seeds of Foeniculum vulgare Mill. subsp. vulgare var. dulce, which belongs to the Apiaceae family of plants, and native to the Mediterranean . . .

Rosemary Essential Oil

Rosemary essential oil is derived from the flowering tops of the evergreen, shrubby herb found growing wild throughout Mediterranean countries, where it is believed to have originated. Known botanically as Rosmarinus officinalis and belonging to the Lamiaceae family, the upright form of this herb can reach a height of 1.8 metres, although there are other […]

Lemon Essential Oil

Few essential oils offer the same therapeutic prowess within the same price range of lemon essential oil. Discover it’s history, properties and many uses in aromatherapy . . .

Black Pepper Essential Oil

Black pepper essential oil produces a deep, penetrating warmth that is highly valued in aromatherapy. learn about its history, properties, and many uses in aromatherapy . . .

Clary Sage Essential Oil

Clary sage essential oil is obtained from the flowers and leaves of the herb Salvia sclarea. Discover its therapeutic properties, history, and how to use it in aromatherapy . . .

German Chamomile Essential Oil

German chamomile essential oil is derived from a medicinal plant that has truly stood the test of time during 2,000 years of medical use. Discover the history and uses of this versatile oil . . .

Tuberose Absolute

For over 100 years, tuberose was one of the most expensive natural flower materials available to the perfumer, and was quite literally, worth its weight in gold. This was due to the excruciatingly slow and laborious method of obtaining tuberose oil known as ‘cold enfleurage’. This method is far too time consuming for our modern […]

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