Sunday, July 18, 2021

Eucalyptus Wild Essential Oil Single

 Eucalyptus Wild Essential Oil Single

Common Names: Eucalyptus 

Botanical Name: Eucalyptus smithii

Origin: Australia

Part: Leaf

Method: Steam

Class: oxide

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Description:  Possesses the penetrating aroma typically associated with Eucalyptus varieties, with a typically higher eucalyptol content which gives it a longer lasting clean fresh aroma. 

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Eucalyptus Lemon Essential Oil Single

 Eucalyptus Lemon Essential Oil Single

Common Names: Eucalyptus Lemon

Botanical Name: Eucalyptus citriodora myrtaceae

Origin: China

Part: Leaf

Method: Hydrodiffused

Class: Aldehyde

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Description:  Possesses the penetrating aroma typically associated with Eucalyptus varieties, with an added potent citronella-like citrusy note.  Lemon Eucalyptus is a significant source for natural citronellal.  

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Eucalyptus Dives Essential Oil Single

Eucalyptus Dives Essential Oil Single

Common Names: Eucalyptus Dives, Eucalyptus Peppermint, Eucalyptus Broadleaf

Botanical Name: Eucalyptus dives

Origin: South Africa

Part: Leaf

Method: Steam Distillation

Class: Keytone

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Description:  Possesses the penetrating aroma typically associated with Eucalyptus varieties, with an added potent peppermint like flavor/aroma provided by the peperitone chemotype.  Commonly distilled for the peperitone which is used in the production of synthetic menthol.  Native to SE Australia, it is also harvested in South Africa.

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Eucalyptus Black Radiata Essential Oil Single

Eucalyptus Black Radiata Essential Oil Single

Common Names: Eucalyptus Black, Eucalyptus Radiata, Eucalyptus Australiana

Botanical Name: Eucalyptus radiata

Origin: Australia

Part: Leaf

Method: Steam Distilled

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Description:  Possesses the penetrating aroma typically associated with Eucalyptus varieties, with an added piperitone content giving it similarities common to globulus and dives varieties.  

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Eucalyptus Common Essential Oil Single

Eucalyptus Common Essential Oil Single

Common Names: Eucalyptus, Eucalyptus Common, Eucalyptus Globulus

Botanical Name: Eucalyptus globulus Myrtaceae

Origin: Australia

Part: Leaf

Method: Steam Diffused

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Description:  Possesses the penetrating aroma typically associated with Eucalyptus varieties, with an added potent camphor type aroma.  This is the standard, most common variety whose aroma is what most think of as "eucalyptus".  

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Elemi Essential Oil Single

 Elemi Essential Oil Single

Dill Seed Essential Oil Single

 Dill Seed Essential Oil Single

Davana Essential Oil Single

 Davana Essential Oil Single

Cypress Blue Essential Oil Single

 Cypress Blue Essential Oil Single

Cypress Essential Oil Single

 Cypress Essential Oil Single

Cumin Essential Oil Single

 Cumin Essential Oil Single

Coriander Essential Oil Single

 Coriander Essential Oil Single

Copaiba Essential Oil Single

 Copaiba Essential Oil Single

Clove Bud Essential Oil Single

 Clove Bud Essential Oil Single

Clementine Essential Oil Single

 Clementine Essential Oil Single

Clary Sage Essential Oil Single

 Clary Sage Essential Oil Single

Citronella Ceylon Essential Oil Single

 Citronella Ceylon Essential Oil Single

Citronella Java Essential Oil Single

 Citronella Java Essential Oil Single

Cistus Rose of Sharon Essential Oil Single

 Cistus Rose of Sharon Essential Oil Single

Cinnamon Leaf Essential Oil Single

 Cinnamon Leaf Essential Oil Single

Cinnamon Cassia Bark Essential Oil Single

 Cinnamon Cassia Bark Essential Oil Single

Cinnamon Bark Essential Oil Single

 Cinnamon Bark Essential Oil Single

Cilantro Essential Oil Single

 Cilantro Essential Oil Single

Chamomile Wild Moroccan Essential Oil Single

 Chamomile Wild Moroccan Essential Oil Single


Chamomile Roman Essential Oil Single

 Chamomile Roman Essential Oil Single

Chamomile India Blue Essential Oil Single

 Chamomile India Blue Essential Oil Single

Chamomile German Blue Essential Oil Single

 Chamomile German Blue Essential Oil Single

Celery Seed Essential Oil Single

 Celery Seed Essential Oil Single

Cedarwood Western Red Essential Oil Single

 Cedarwood Western Red Essential Oil Single

Cedarwood Texas Essential Oil Single

 Cedarwood Texas Essential Oil Single

Cedarwood Himalayan Essential Oil Single

 Him Himalayan Essential Oil Single

Cedarwood Blood Essential Oil Single

 Cedarwood Blood Essential Oil Single

Cedar Leaf Western Red Essential Oil Single

 Cedar Leaf Western Red Essential Oil Single

Cedar Leaf Canada Essential Oil Single

 Cedar Leaf Canada Essential Oil Single

Catnip Essential Oil Single

 Catnip Essential Oil Single

Carrot Seed Essential Oil Single

 Carrot Seed Essential Oil Single

Cardamom Essential Oil Single

 Cardamom Essential Oil Single

Caraway Seed Essential Oil Single

 Caraway Seed Essential Oil Single

Capsicum Chili Pepper Essential Oil Single

 Capsicum Chili Pepper Essential Oil Single

Cannabis Hemp Essential Oil Single

 Cannabis Hemp (thc-free) Essential Oil Single

Common Names: Cannabis, Hemp, 

Botanical Name: Cannabis sativa cannabinaceae 

Origin: Canada

Part: Herb

Method: Steam Distilled

Class: Sesquiterpene

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Description: The oil has that strong, green, earthy, pungent aroma commonly associated with hemp plants.It's important legally, to note that there is not THC detected in this oil.  But no guarantees are implied regarding employer drug tests, so choose wisely.  If you need an alternative that's drug test safe and will provide similar results, please ask.  We have several cannabis-free blends we can recommend.

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Camphor Essential Oil Single

Camphor Essential Oil Single

Common Names: Camphor, White Camphor

Botanical Name: Cinnamomum camphora

Origin: China

Part: Wood/Bark

Method: Steam Distilled

Class: Oxide

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Description: This oil possesses a penetrating medicinal clean smell that serves to open the breathing passages quickly.  The smell is often associated with chest rub remedies and the aroma from traditional methods of insect prevention in stored linens and closed up spaces.  White camphor is rectified for safety, as opposed to "brown" or "yellow" camphor which is a crude form and can be toxic. 

Historical Uses:  Camphor has historically been used as a strong penetrating aroma in remedies for aiding in recovery of respiratory ailments. 

Calamus Sweet Myrtle Essential Oil Single

 Calamus Sweet Myrtle Essential Oil Single

Common Names: Calamus, Sweet Myrtle, Sweet Calamus

Botanical Name: Acorus calamus

Origin: Nepal

Part: Root

Method: Steam Distilled

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Description: A very fragrant rhizome with a spicy, clove-like aroma historically used in perfumery and as a culinary spice similar to ginger.   Calamus oil's main constituents are alpha and beta asarone.  Beta-asarone is now considered a possible carcinogen so caution and moderation should be considered with this historical oil.

Historical Uses:  Calamus has a long history of use in many ancient cultures like China, Egypt, Greece and Native American, for a variety of medicinal and perfumery applications.   Also mentioned in some translations of the Bible.

Cajeput Essential Oil Single

 Cajeput Essential Oil Single

Common Names: Cajeput

Botanical Name: Melaleuca cajuputi myrtaceae

Origin: Australia

Part: Leaf

Method: Steam Distilled

Class: Oxide

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Description: A part of the Melaleuca botanical class, cajeput shares many properties with the more familiar Melaleuca alternifolia (tea tree), but it's aroma is less medicinal.

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Black Pepper Essential Oil Single

 Black Pepper Essential Oil Single

Common Names: Black Pepper, Pepper Oil,

Botanical Name: Piper nigrum piperaceae

Origin: India

Part: Fruit

Method: Steam Distilled

Class: Monoterpene

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Description: Possesses a peppery, spicy, somewhat woody aroma. 

Historical Uses:  Ancient Greeks and Romans used black pepper to enhance athletic performance and promote healthy skin.


Birch Sweet Essential Oil Single

 Birch Sweet Essential Oil Single


Common Names: Birch Sweet 

Botanical Name: Betula lenta betulaceae

Origin: USA

Part: 

Method: Steam Distilled

Class: Saliclate ester

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Description: A fresh aroma, slightly minty, and reminiscent of liniment.   

Historical Uses:  Native American tea tonic


Bergamot Essential Oil Single

 Bergamot Essential Oil Single

Common Names: Bergamot

Botanical Name: Citrus bergamia rutaceae

Origin: Italy

Part: 

Method: Expressed

Class: Monoterpene

Color: clear

Description: This bergamot has the Furocoumarin removed (FCF)

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Bay Rum Essential Oil Single

 Bay Rum Essential Oil Single

Common Names: Bay Leaf, Bay Rum 

Botanical Name: Pimenta racemosa

Origin: Jamaica

Part: Leaf

Method: Steam Distilled

Class: Phenol

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Description: A sweet, spicy aroma with balsamic notes. Eugenol occurs naturally as a methyl ether.  Myrcene, limonene dipentene and citral are also naturally occurring constituents. 

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Bay Laurel Essential Oil Single

 Bay Laurel Essential Oil Single

Common Names: Bay Laurel, Laurel Leaf

Botanical Name: Laurus nobilis

Origin: Crete

Part: Leaf

Method: Steam Distilled

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Description: A sweet, spicy, somewhat medicinal aroma.

Historical Uses:  Ancient Greeks and Romans used laurel leaves to signify honor or glory or victory with crowns of laurel leaves. 

Basil Tulsi Essential Oil Single

 Basil Tulsi Essential Oil Single

Common Names: Tulsi Basil, Holy Basil

Botanical Name: Ocimum sanctum

Origin: India     

Part: Leaf

Method: Steam Distilled

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Description: This basil has an herbal, earthy aroma.   A common herb used in Thai cooking and Hindu Ceremonies..

Historical Uses:  Stress reduction and protection against pathogens. 

Basil Sweet, Essential Oil Single

 Basil Sweet Essential Oil Single

Common Names: Basil, Sweet Basil

Botanical Name: Ocimum basilicum 

Origin: Egypt

Part: Leaf

Method: Steam Distilled

Class: Monoterpenol

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Description: This basil has a sweet spicy aroma that is due in part to the linalool content.  A common herb used in Italian cooking.

Historical Uses:  Mental Fatigue.


Basil Holy, Essential Oil Single

 Basil Holy Essential Oil Single

Common Names: Basil, Holy Basil

Botanical Name: Ocimum basilicum 

Origin: USA        

Part: Leaf

Method: Steam Distilled

Class: Phenolic Ether

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Description: This basil has a sweet herby aroma that is due in part to the methyl chavicol content.  A common partner with sweet basil in blends.

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Balsam Fir Essential Oil Single

Balsam Fir Essential Oil Single

Common Names: Fir Needle Balsam, North American Balsam Fir, Canadian Fir Needle

Botanical Name: Abies balsamea Pinaceae

Origin: Canada

Part: Needles & Twigs

Method: Steam Diffused

Class: Monoterpene

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Description:  A  woody classic fir needle aroma that stirs thoughts of a snowy northern wintertime scene. 

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Anise Star Essential Oil Single

Anise Star Essential Oil Single

Common Names: Star Anise

Botanical Name: Illicium verum

Origin: China        

Part: Fruit

Method: Steam Diffused

Class: Phenolic Ether

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Description:  A sweet, spicy, warm aroma, Anise is sometimes described as having an herby licorice like aroma.  Anise is used as part of some licorice flavorings, but should not be confused with the actual licorice root.  A native fruit of Southeastern Asian tree.  

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Anise Seed Essential Oil Single

 Anise Seed Essential Oil Single

Common Names: Anise Seed

Botanical Name: Pimpinella anisum

Origin: Egypt

Part: Seed

Method: Steam Distillation

Class: Phenolic Ether

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Description:     A sweet, spicy, warm aroma, Anise is sometimes described as having an herby licorice like aroma.  Anise is used as part of some licorice flavorings, but should not be confused with the actual licorice root.  

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Angelica Seed Essential Oil Single

Angelica Seed Essential Oil Single 

Temporarily Unavailable

Angelica Root Essential Oil Single

 Angelica Root Essential Oil Single

Common Names: Angelica, Arch Angel, 

Botanical Name: Angelica archangelica Apiaceae

Origin: France

Part: Root

Method: Steam Diffused

Class: Monoterpene

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Description:  Considered a warm woody aroma.  

Historical Uses:  Angelica root has been called a "shield" and an "angel" thought to dispel negative entities, energies and emotions.  Science now shows us these historical understandings come from how Angelica effects the body's ability to manage stress, fear, and the unknown.

Allspice Essential Oil Single

 Allspice Essential Oil Single

Common Names: Allspice

Botanical Name: Pimenta dioica officinalis

Origin: Jamaica

Part: Fruit/berry

Method: Steam

Class: phenolic ether

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Cedarwood Atlas Essential Oil Single

Cedarwood Atlas
Cedrus atlantica