Essential Oil Profiles

Niaouli Essential Oil

Niaouli essential oil is obtained from the tree of the same name and is finally being recognised for its powerful healing properties. Learn about its history, benefits and many uses . . .

Cedar Atlas Essential Oil

Cedar atlas essential oil is derived from the trunk and branches and lays claim to a notable piece of history. Learn more about its history and uses in aromatherapy . . .

May Chang Essential Oil

For many years May chang essential oil was listed by most aromatherapy suppliers under its botanical name of Litsea cubeba, but more recently the name of May chang is being used . . .

Bergamot Essential Oil

Bergamot essential oil is cold-expressed from the rind of fruit and has a wide range of therapeutic benefits. Learn more about its history and how to use it . . .

Lemongrass Essential Oil

Lemongrass essential oil is derived from a plant used for countless centuries throughout Malaysia, Philippines, Indonesia and India in folk medicine and cuisine

Silver Fir Essential Oil

Silver fir essential oil offers a wide range of therapeutic benefits towards better health and well being. Learn about the history, properties and many uses in aromatherapy . . .

Grapefruit Essential Oil

Grapefruit essential oil is one of the most popular citrus oils in aromatherapy, with a fresh and tangy fragrance that never fails to bring a welcome boost to the senses . . .

Patchouli Essential Oil

Patchouli essential oil (Pogostemon cablin) is unmistakable, and for those of a certain generation its sweet earthy aroma will often trigger happy memories of the 1960’s and early 1970’s . . .

Peppermint Essential Oil

Peppermint essential oil is extremely versatile and is used for a broad range of benefits in aromatherapy. Learn more about its history, therapeutic properties and much more . . .

Geranium Bourbon Essential Oil

Contrary to what you would expect, geranium bourbon essential oil is derived from a plant that belongs to the Pelargonium, not the Geranium genus of Geraniaceae. Back in 1737, the father of modern botanical nomenclature, Carolus Linnaeus, combined the entire genus of the Geraniaceae together in his epic work ‘Species Plantarum’. Although all the genera […]

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