Essential Oils

Essential Oils

Allspice – Sharp yet sweet, with a spicy, Allspice has a cinnamon and clove-like aroma. Allspice has been used to treat many aliments from stiffness to indigestion. Working well in treating coughs, bronchitis, arthritis and muscular and gastric cramps. It may also help with depression, nervous tension and exhaustion.

Black Pepper – Black pepper oil has a warm, spicey, and slightly woody aroma with a hint of freshness. It is renowned for its stimulating and invigorating qualities, often used in aromatherapy to boost energy levels, enhance mental alertness, and promote focus and concentration. Additionally, black pepper oi is valued for its ability to relieve muscle and join discomfort, making it a popular choice for massage blends or topical applications. It also possesses antioxidant properties and may support digestion and respiratory health when used appropriately.

Bergamot – With a fruity, fresh citrus aroma, and spicy floral undertones, Bergamot is the main flavoring in Earl Grey tea. It has antibacterial, antiseptic, and antispasmodic properties. Therapeutically Bergamot has been used to treat infections, fevers, and treat depression and relieve tension and stress.

Cedarwood Atlas – Cedarwood essential oil has a balsamic, soft woody, sweet, and warm aroma with earthy tones.  It has anti-inflammatory, antiseptic, antibacterial, decongestant properties, and makes a great insecticide.

Cinnamon Leaf – Cinnamon has a warm, earthy, and spicy aroma. Is antibacterial, antifungal, antispasmodic, and a stimulant that can help with the circulatory system. Cinnamon Leaf has been used to help treat bacterial and viral infections, muscular injuries along with aches and pains.

Clove Bud – Clove Bud has a rich, warm, sweet spicy aroma. Used therapeutically for bacterial, fungal, and skin infections. It has also been used to help treat ailments from toothache and gum disease to muscle pain and nausea.

Cypress – A coniferous evergreen, Cypress has a warm green, slightly spicy woody aroma. Cypress has many therapeutic properties including being antispasmodic, an astringent, diuretic, and a decongestant. It has been used to help with congestive conditions, dry coughs and other respiratory conditions.

Eucalyptus – Eucalyptus essential oil has an intense, fresh, green, camphorous, woody aroma. It has anti-infectious, anti-inflammatory, antiviral qualities and is an excellent expectorant.

Frankincense – Frankincense essential oil has a warm, woody, and slightly spicey aroma with subtle hints of citrus and resin. Known for its calming and grounding qualities, it is often used in aromatherapy to promote relaxation, reduce stress, and enhance mediation practices. Prized for its skincare benefits, and it can help rejuvenate and nourish eh skin, reduce the appearance of wrinkles and scars, and promote overall skin health. Additionally, it has been traditionally used for tis anti-inflammatory and analgesic properties, making it a popular choice for relieving minor aches and pains.

Fir – Fir essential oils have a fresh, green, slightly spicy, balsamic, fruity aroma. They work wonderfully for sinusitis, bronchitis, dry cough, muscular aches and pains, anxiety and tension.

Geranium – Geranium essential oil has a sweet, soft, flowery-rose, green aroma. It has qualities that can help with depression, fatigue, and stress-related conditions.

Ginger – Ginger typically has a warm, earthy, and spicy aroma. Ginger is used for treating many aliments including digestive problems, nausea, sinus congestion and muscle fatigue.

Jasmine Absolute – Jasmine Absolute has a sweet, rich, intensely floral aroma. It can help with nervous tension, stress-related conditions, fatigue, anxiety and depression.

Lavender – Lavender essential oil has a soft, floral and herbaceous aroma. It has antibacterial, antidepressant, anti-inflammatory properties, and has a wonderful calmative effect.

Lemon – Lemon has a sweet, light, fruity and fresh citrus aroma. Anti-infectious, antimicrobial, and antiseptic Lemon has been used as an additive to household cleaners. It’s also used with digestive issues, detoxifying, and may help with sore throats. With its light and uplifting aroma, it may also help with anxious depression, and nervous tension.

Lemongrass – Lemongrass essential oil has a fresh, citrusy, and slightly sweet aroma, reminiscent of lemon with earthy undertones. Known for its invigorating and uplifting qualities, it is often used in aromatherapy to promote mental clarity, boost mood, and alleviate stress and fatigue. Lemongrass oil is also valued for its antibacterial and antifungal properties, making it a popular choice for cleaning and disinfecting surfaces. Additionally, it is used topically to help relieve muscle pain and inflammation.

Lime – Lime essential oil has a vibrant, citrusy, and refreshing aroma, reminiscent of freshly sliced limes. It is known for its uplifting and energizing qualities, often used in aromatherapy to uplift mood, reduce stress, and promote mental clarity and focus. Lime oil is also prized for its cleansing and purifying properties, making it a popular choice for household cleaning products and skincare formulations. Additionally, it may support healthy immune function due to its high content of antioxidants and vitamin c, and it can be used topically to help tone and brighten the skin.

Litsea – Litsea essential oil has a sweet, fruity, and deep fresh lemony scent. It works well for oily, acne-prone skin, and balances sebum production. As well as tone the epidermis to reduce the appearance of pores.

Mandarin – Mandarin essential oil has a sweet, light, floral, fruity-citrus aroma. It has antiseptic, antispasmodic, and calmative properties. It may also help with digestive issues.

Nutmeg – Nutmeg has a warm, sweet, rich, spicy aroma. Anti-infectious, antiseptic, and a calmative Nutmeg has been used to help digestive issues, nausea, as well as muscular aches and pains. It may also help with restlessness, nervousness, and tension.

Orange, Sweet – Sweet Orange essential oil has a fresh, sweet, fruity, citrus aroma. It’s known for its antibacterial and antiseptic qualities. It also has a calmative effect and may be helpful with depression, anxiety, and stress-related conditions.

Palmarose – Palmarose essential oil has a lemony floral aroma with a faint woody note. It has antibacterial, antifungal, anti-infectious, and antiseptic properties.

Patchouli –With a rich, earthy, and musky aroma with sweet and herbaceous undertones, Patchouli is known for its grounding and balancing qualities, often used in aromatherapy to promote relaxation, alleviate stress, and enhance feelings of tranquility and inner peace. Patchouli oil is also valued for its skincare benefits, as it can help sooth inflammation, balance oil production, and promote the regeneration of skin cells, making it useful for acne-prone or mature skin. Additionally, it is believed to have aphrodisiac properties and may help improve focus and concentration when inhaled.

Pine, Scotch – Pine essential oil has a crisp, clean, resinous, balsamic aroma reminiscent of pine forest. It is anti-infectious, antimicrobial, antiseptic, and works well as a decongestant.

Rose Absolute – With a deep, soft, honey-spice, and intense rose aroma, Rose Absolute has antidepressant, and calmative properties. Along with its abilities to help with reproductive issues, Rose Absolute has also been used to treat depression, anxiety and other stress-related conditions. It may also help reduce the appearance of scars.

Rosemary – Rosemary essential oil has a fresh camphor-like green, woody herbaceous aroma. It is analgesic, antimicrobial, and works well as a decongestant. It’s also known for its stimulating properties.

Wintergreen – With a sweet, minty and refreshing aroma Wintergreen has been used for treating bacterial infections. It may also help when treating headaches and other types of pain, fever, gas and other conditions.
*Caution: Methyl salicylate, the active ingredient in wintergreen oil, can be toxic in large amounts. Because of its sweet, candy like scent products containing Wintergreen should be kept out of reach of children.

Please Note
Information about essential oils is for informational purposes only. The information has not been evaluated by the Food and Drug Administration and is not intended for diagnosing, treating, curing, or preventing any disease.