Essential Oil Profiles

Pine Needle Essential Oil

Pine essential oil is obtained from the needles and cones of several species of coniferous trees belonging to the genus Pinus. Discover its history and many uses in aromatherapy . . .

Eucalyptus Globulus Essential Oil

Eucalyptus globulus essential oil is extremely versatile with powerful antibacterial oil. Discover more about its history and many uses 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 . . .

Sweet Orange Essential Oil

Sweet orange essential oil is obtained from the rind of the fruit, and it is a the most commercially important of the citrus oils. Learn how you can use it in aromatherapy . . .

Thyme Sweet Essential Oil

Learn about the properties, history and many uses of Sweet thyme essential oil in aromatherapy . . .

Frankincense Essential Oil

Frankincense essential oil is obtained from the hardened oleo-gum resin collected from Boswellia carterii or related species found in the Boswellia family. The genus Boswellia comprises of approximately 23 species, but . . .

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 . . .

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