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Single Ingredient Essential Oil List
Use our guide below to learn more about essential oils and their uses. These oils are currently part of our inventory.
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BASIL: Has a warm, spicy, yet herbal aroma known to reduce anxious feelings. Basil provides great benefits to both the mind and body due to its high linalool content, making it an ideal application to help reduce feelings of tension when applied to the temples and back of the neck.
HOW TO USE: Basil is commonly used in cooking to add a fresh, herbal flavor to meats, pastas, and entrée dishes, and it is also cooling to the skin. When diffused, Basil helps promote focus and a stress-relieving experience.
BERGAMOT: With both calming and uplifting abilities, Bergamot can dissipate anxious feelings while simultaneously cleansing and purifying the skin.
HOW TO USE: Diffuse in the classroom, at work, or at home when stress levels or tension is high. Apply to the skin while showering and inhale deeply to experience its calming aroma while enjoying its purifying skin benefits. Change regular tea to Earl Grey with the addition of Bergamot. Apply to the feet before bedtime or use with Fractionated Coconut Oil for a calming and relaxing massage. Add one to two drops to your DIY skin care cleanser.
BIRCH: This decorative tree is native to the northern hemisphere and grows up to 15-20 meters in height. It has slender branches, silver-white bark broken into scales and light green oval leaves. Birch buds were formerly used as a tonic in hair preparations.
HOW TO USE: Diffuse for a sweet, uplifting aroma, Birch contains the same active ingredient as Wintergreen. Massage into hands, back, and legs for a soothing and warming sensation after exercise.
CASSIA: A warming oil that dates back to biblical times, Cassia promotes healthy digestion and immune function while providing a strong, uplifting aroma.
HOW TO USE: Add one drop to citrus blends or diffuse with Clove and Ginger during fall and winter. Take one to two drops in veggie capsules for added immune support when seasonal threats are high. Combine one drop with a carrier oil and massage for a warming sensation. Combine one to two drops along with Lemon in a glass of water to aid digestion or ward off hunger cravings.
CEDARWOOD: Cedarwood, Himalayan (Cedrus deodara) Steam distilled from the roots and stumps of cedar wood trees that remain after timber harvests. Removal of the stumps and roots facilitates the planting of a new tree, thereby promoting sustainability. The native people in northern India have done this practice for generations. Cedarwood has calming, cleansing and harmonizing properties and a woody, soft and sweet aroma. Blends well with lavender, patchouli, and rosemary and adds a nice middle or base note to blends.
HOW TO USE: Due to its soothing and calming properties, diffusing Cedarwood at the end of the day is a great way to unwind before bed. When applied topically, Cedarwood may help to keep the skin looking healthy.
CINNAMON: is derived from a tropical, evergreen tree that grows up to 45-feet high and has highly fragrant bark, leaves, and flowers. Extracted from bark, Cinnamon oil contains strong cleansing and immune support properties.
HOW TO USE: Due to its high content of cinnamaldehyde, Cinnamon should be diluted with a carrier oil when applied to the skin and only one to two drops are needed for internal benefits. Cinnamon supports healthy metabolic function and helps maintain a healthy immune system, especially when seasonal threats are high. Cinnamon is frequently used in mouth rinses and gums. Cinnamon has a long history of culinary uses, adding spice to desserts, entrees, and hot drinks.
CITRONELLA: The health benefits of Citronella Essential Oil can be attributed to its properties as an antibacterial, antidepressant, antiseptic, antispasmodic, anti-inflammatory, deodorant, diaphoretic, diuretic, febrifuge, fungicidal, insect repellent, stomachic, stimulant, tonic and vermifuge substance.
HOW TO USE: Due to its antifungal properties, citronella oil is also used to treat insect bites and used for insect repellant. Citronella essential oil is one of the most common oils used in aromatherapy. It is said that as an aromatherapy oil, citronella can help treat and prevent colds, fevers, and headaches. You may also diffuse three to four drops in your favorite diffuser. If you want to apply topically, apply one to two drops with a carrier oil to minimize skin sensitivity.
CLOVE: Put yourself at ease with Clove Essential Oil. Supports Healthy Gums and Mouth, Supports Healthy Immune Function and promotes Healthy Atmosphere.
HOW TO USE: Clove has been used for years in dental preparations, candy, and gum for its flavor and ability to cleanse the mouth, yet it provides a myriad of benefits. Its main chemical component, eugenol, makes it a very stimulating and energizing essential oil that can be used as a warming massage oil. Clove contains powerful antioxidant properties and supports cardiovascular health when taken internally. As a cooking spice, Clove adds a spicy flavor to any dish or dessert while providing internal health benefits. One drop can clean the teeth and gums while promoting fresh breath.
CYPRESS: has a fresh, clean aroma that’s energizing and refreshing. The Essential Oil of Cypress is obtained through steam distillation of young twigs, stems, and needles. Cypress, a needle bearing tree of Coniferous and Deciduous regions, bears the scientific name of Cupressus Sempervirens.
HOW TO USE: Cypress has a grounding, yet stimulating effect on the emotions, making it a popular oil to diffuse during times of transition or loss. Diffuse Cypress to reduce anxious feelings.
EUCALYPTUS: Eucalyptus trees are tall, evergreen trees that grow up to 50 feet in height and are sometimes referred to as Gum Trees. The main chemical components of Eucalyptus radiata are eucalyptol and alpha-terpineol, making it an ideal oil to promote feelings of clear breathing and open airways and for creating a soothing massage experience. Eucalyptus has purifying properties that can be beneficial for the skin and for cleansing surfaces and the air. Studies have shown that Eucalyptus is effective in helping lessen tension. Eucalyptus can be found in mouth rinses to freshen breath and promote oral health.
HOW TO USE: Used to cleanse surfaces and the air, Eucalyptus essential oil can help promote feelings of relaxation and clear breathing.
FIR NEEDLE: Fir (Abies) trees are a genus of 48–56 species of symmetrical, evergreen, coniferous trees belonging to the pine family. The essential oil has a fresh, woody and earthy scent just like the tree itself. Most commonly, fir needle essential oil is used to fight sore throat and respiratory infections, fatigue, muscle aches, and arthritis. Fir needle essential oil is also utilized in the manufacture of cosmetic products, perfumes, bath oils, air fresheners and incense.
HOW TO USE: Blend with a carrier oil to make a topical ointment in your first-aid treatments to fight infection, and relieve pain. Diffuse to aid in respiratory congestion.
FRANKINCENSE: Renowned as one of the most prized and precious essential oils, Frankincense has extraordinary health benefits. In addition to its notoriety in the New Testament, the Babylonians and Assyrians would burn Frankincense in religious ceremonies and the ancient Egyptians used Frankincense resin for everything from perfume to salves for soothing skin. This centuries-old knowledge contributes to the modern uses of Frankincense today. It’s soothing and beautifying properties are used to rejuvenate skin and help reduce the appearance of imperfections. As the king of oils, Frankincense is known to support healthy cellular function. When inhaled or diffused, Frankincense promotes feelings of peace, relaxation, satisfaction, and overall wellness. The earthy balsamic scent of Frankincense has calming properties and can increase spirituality and inner strength.
HOW TO USE: Rub Frankincense on your hands after a long day of gardening for a warming and soothing effect. Apply topically to help reduce the appearance of skin imperfections. Can be applied to the bottoms of feet to promote feelings of relaxation and to balance mood. Take one to two drops in a veggie capsule to support healthy cellular function.
GERANIUM: Geranium oil is steam-distilled from the aromatic green parts of the pelargonium, especially the leaves. The plant must be freshly cut just before the flowers open. It is widely used as an element in aromatherapy for its health benefits, including its ability to improve the health of the skin, balance hormones, relieve stress and depression. reduce inflammation and irritation, alleviate the effects of menopause, improve circulation, benefit dental health, boost kidney health, and reduce blood pressure.
HOW TO USE: Try adding a few drops of Geranium to shampoo to help keep the scalp looking healthy and clean. Place one drop in the palms of your hands, rub them together, and cup over the nose and mouth. Then breathe slowly for a calming, grounding effect or diffuse it throughout the day. Apply this essential oil directly to the skin or enjoy an aromatherapy steam facial to beautify the skin.
GRAPEFRUIT: Grapefruit essential oil can provide an uplifting environment due to its invigorating and energizing aroma, while acting as a purifying agent when added to a skin care routine.
HOW TO USE: Add to your teenager’s facial routine to improve the appearance of blemishes (avoid sun exposure). Diffuse while dieting or trying to lose weight to increase motivation. Add one to two drops to your water to support a healthy metabolism.
LAVENDER: Lavender is often considered a must-have oil to keep on hand at all times due to its versatile uses, including calming and relaxing properties that promote peaceful sleep and ease feelings of tension.
HOW TO USE: Add a few drops of Lavender to pillows, bedding, or bottoms of feet at bedtime. Keep a bottle of Lavender on hand to soothe occasional skin irritations. Freshen your linen closet, mattress, car, or the air by combining Lavender with water in a spray bottle. Take internally to reduce anxious feelings. Use in cooking to soften citrus flavors and add a flavorful twist to marinades, baked goods, and desserts.
LEMON: The top-selling essential oil, Lemon has multiple benefits and uses. Lemon is a powerful cleansing agent that purifies the air and surfaces, and can be used as a non-toxic cleaner throughout the home. When added to water, Lemon provides a refreshing and healthy boost throughout the day.
HOW TO USE: Take internally to assist with seasonal respiratory discomfort. Add Lemon oil to a spray bottle of water to clean tables, countertops, and other surfaces. Lemon oil also makes a great furniture polish; simply add a few drops to olive oil to clean, protect, and shine wood finishes. Use a cloth soaked in Lemon oil to preserve and protect your leather furniture and other leather surfaces or garments. Lemon oil is a great remedy for the early stages of tarnish on silver and other metals.
LEMONGRASS: A tall, perennial plant, Lemongrass has a subtle citrus flavor and is used in Asian cuisine in soups, teas, and curries as well as with fish, poultry, beef, and seafood. In addition to its unique flavor, Lemongrass essential oil promotes healthy digestion and acts as an overall tonic to the body’s systems. It’s also purifying and toning to the skin, and is frequently used in skin care products
HOW TO USE: Combine equal parts Carrier Oil and Lemongrass oil for a massage after a hard workout. Use to flavor entrées and meat dishes while promoting healthy digestion. Blends well with Basil, Cardamom, or Spearmint. Dilute oil, then rub or spritz on skin before going outside.
LIME: Cold-pressed from the peel of fresh limes, Lime essential oil is refreshing and energizing in both aroma and taste. Limes are frequently used in entrées and beverages for their fresh, citrus flavor.
HOW TO USE: Due to its high limonene content, Lime provides internal cleansing benefits and can be diffused to help purify the air. It’s also an effective and natural surface cleaner. Lime is known for its ability to uplift, balance, and energize. Lime is frequently used in facial and body cleansers for its purifying properties and uplifting scent.
MARJORAM: Also known as “wintersweet” or “joy of the mountains, ” Marjoram was known to the Greeks and Romans as a symbol of happiness. Marjoram has been used in culinary dishes, imparting a unique flavor to soups, stews, dressings, and sauces: in Germany, this herb is known as the “Goose Herb” for its traditional use in roasting geese.
HOW TO USE: In modern applications, Marjoram is valued for its calming properties and its positive effect on the nervous system. It also supports both healthy cardiovascular and immune systems.
MYRTLE: Myrtle Essential Oil (Myrtus communis) is also commonly known as Myrtus or Common Myrtle. Myrtle Essential Oil has a medium‐strength sweet and fresh aroma.
HOW TO USE: Diffuse. Great to add to skin care routine, especially for oily complexions. Add to a DIY deodorant.
NUTMEG: The nutmeg tree grows very tall and may reach up to seventy feet in height. Nutmeg oil is obtained from the seed of the nutmeg tree fruit. The fruit, when dried, produces nutmeg (the seed) and mace (the covering). Traditionally, nutmeg was believed to be effective against the plague and hence it was popular during the Elizabethan era. Nutmeg can reduce pain, relieve menstrual cramps, treat indigestion and improve blood circulation.
HOW TO USE: Add 5 to 6 drops of this oil in warm bath water or blend 3 drops with a carrier oil and use as massage oil to help address appetite loss, nausea, diarrhea, gas, constipation and gallstones. Massage 2 to 3 drops with a carrier oil to skin to relieve pain. Add 2 drops to lukewarm water and use as gargle for fresh breath.
OREGANO: is one of the most potent and powerful essential oils and has been used for centuries in traditional health practices for its cleansing and immune-boosting properties. The primary chemical components of Oregano are carvacol and thymol, both in the phenols group, which possess cleansing and antioxidant properties.
USES: Due to its high phenol content, caution should be taken when inhaling or diffusing Oregano; only one to two drops is needed. Additionally, Oregano should be diluted with a carrier oil when applied to the skin. One drop taken daily can help maintain healthy immune function; Oregano can be taken more frequently when seasonal threats are high or as needed to further support the immune system. In addition to being a popular cooking spice, Oregano also supports healthy digestion. Oregano acts as an enhancer and equalizer in essential oil blends and can help support healthy respiratory function when taken internally.
PATCHOULI: Patchouli is a bushy herb from the mint family with stems reaching two or three feet in height and bearing small, pink-white flowers. Easily recognized for its rich, musky-sweet fragrance.
PEPPERMINT: The high menthol content of our Peppermint essential oil sets it apart from others when it comes to quality - making it one of the best-selling favorites among our essential oils.
HOW TO USE: Use a drop of Peppermint with Lemon in water for a healthy, refreshing mouth rinse. Take one to two drops in a Veggie Capsule to alleviate occasional stomach upset. Add two to three drops to your favorite smoothie recipe for a refreshing twist. Place one drop in palm of hand with one drop Sweet Orange and one drop Frankincense and inhale for a mid-day pick-me-up.
RAVENSARA: The analgesic property of Ravensara oil makes it an effective remedy for many types of pain, including toothache, headache, muscular and joint pain, and earaches. The essential oil of Ravensara has been celebrated for centuries due to its relaxing and soothing properties. It is very good at inducing relaxation in cases of tension, stress, anxienty and other nervous and neurological problems. It also calms and soothes nervous afflictions and disorders. Its relaxing effect helps bring healthy and restful sleep to patients suffering from insomia.
HOW TO USE: Ravensara is immunostimulant, anti-viral and anti-microbial. These properties make it one of the most useful natural cold remedies aromatherapy can offer. Add a few drops of Ravensara to a bath (or a footbath) when you feel a cold coming on – use it on its own or in a blend with Lavender, Eucalyptus, Tea Tree or Thyme. Use it in steam inhalations to relieve any respiratory tract infections: colds, sinusitis, coughs and bronchitis – Ravensara is an expectorant and a good choice for both inhalations and chest rubs. Try blending it with other expectorant or decongestant oils such as Eucalyptus, Thyme or Pine.
ROSEMARY: Rosemary is an aromatic, evergreen shrub whose leaves are frequently used to flavor foods such as stuffings, pork, roast lamb, chicken, and turkey. Along with its culinary applications, Rosemary has many benefits. Rosemary supports healthy digestion and internal organ function. Long revered by healers, Rosemary was considered sacred by the ancient Greek, Roman, Egyptian, and Hebrew cultures.
HOW TO USE: Diffuse while studying to maintain concentration. Take internally to help reduce nervous tension and occasional fatigue. Add 1–2 drops of Rosemary essential oil to meats and favorite entrées for flavoring and to support healthy digestion.
SCOTCH PINE: The health benefits of pine essential oil include its ability to reduce inflammation and associated redness, protect against sinus infections, clear mucus and phlegm, cure skin conditions like eczema and psoriasis, boost the immune system, fight fungal and viral infections, stimulate the mind and body, and protecting your home and body from a wide variety of germs.
HOW TO USE: Add 10 - 20 drops to a spray bottle and use as a kitchen and bathroom countertop cleaner to kill and reduce germs. Scotch pine was used in medications for treating eczema and other related skin disorders. This medicinal preparation was also taken internally to heal skin ailments as well as hemorrhoids. Scotch Pine aroma has many health giving properties including antiviral, antibacterial, bile stimulating, expectorant, diuretic, lowering blood pressure, insecticidal and restorative.
SPEARMINT: it is a native of the Mediterranean area, and is a hardy perennial herb that reaches about 1 meter (3 feet) in height and has bright green lance-shaped, sharply serrated leaves and pink or lilac-colored flowers.
HOW TO USE: Although not as popular as peppermint oil, this essential oil is far gentler to use with children and has great benefits on the digestive system and relieves flatulence, constipation, vomiting and nausea, as well as the respiratory tract to relieve cough, bronchitis, asthma, catarrh and sinus. On the skin it calms itching and has a stimulant action on the mind. Diffuse spearmint for a sense of focus and to uplift mood.
SWEET ORANGE: Powerful cleanser and purifying agent. Protects against seasonal and environmental threats. Provides antioxidants, which are essential to overall health. Uplifting to the mind and body.
HOW TO USE: Use in an all-purpose spray to cleanse and purify surfaces. Add a drop to your water every day for a burst of flavor and to promote overall health. Diffuse to uplift mood and energy levels and to freshen the air. For an energizing boost, dispense one to two drops in the palm of your hand along with equal parts Peppermint and Frankincense. Rub palms together and inhale deeply from palms, then rub on the back of neck.
TANGERINE: is extracted from Citrus reticulata is also known as European mandarin.
HOW TO USE: This tangy and zesty essential oil has some great properties to help relieve stress and digestive problems, but is mostly used to increase circulation to the skin, reducing fluid retention and to help prevent stretch marks. Apply to flex points or abdomen to promote feelings of happiness.
TEA TREE: Also known as Melaleuca, this essential oil has over 92 different compounds and limitless applications. The leaves of the Melaleuca tree were used by the Aborigines of Australia for centuries. They would crush the leaves and inhale the oil to promote feelings of clear breathing and apply the leaves directly to the skin for a cooling effect. Melaleuca is best known for its purifying properties.
HOW TO USE: For occasional skin irritations, apply 1–2 drops of Melaleuca essential oil onto affected area. Add 1–2 drops to water, citrus drinks, or veggie caps to support healthy immune system function. Combine 1–2 drops with your facial cleanser for added cleansing properties, or apply to skin after shaving. Apply to fingernails and toenails after showering to purify and keeps nails looking healthy.
THYME: Thought to impart courage to its bearer, Thyme was given to knights and warriors before they went into battle by ladies of the Middle Ages. During this same period, Thyme was often placed beneath pillows to help promote a peaceful sleep and to ward off nightmares. The ancient Greeks used Thyme in their baths and burned it as an incense in their temples while the Egyptians used it in their embalming rites.
HOW TO USE: Today, Thyme is commonly used as a seasoning, but it also produces a potent essential oil that has cleansing and purifying effects for the skin; however, due to its high thymol content, Thyme should be diluted with a carrier oil before application. Thyme has specific chemistry that supports a healthy immune system.
WINTERGREEN: Wintergreen essential oil is derived from the leaves of a creeping shrub found in coniferous areas. The main chemical component in Wintergreen, methyl salicylate, is used in topical creams and massage blends because of its soothing properties. In fact, Wintergreen and Birch are the only plants in the world that contain methyl salicylate naturally.
HOW TO USE: When diffused, Wintergreen has a refreshing aroma that’s uplifting and stimulating. It can be used in very small amounts with a carrier oil in massage treatments toalleviate headache, muscle cramps, joint pain, tendonitis and bone pain.
WARNING! Do NOT ingest this essential oil, even diluted preparations of it. Whether topically or vaporized,use it in moderation, and diluted with a safe carrier oil. If you have a child at home, it is very important that you keep wintergreen oil out of their reach at all times.
YLANG YLANG: Derived from unique star-shaped flowers, Ylang Ylang is often used to support healthy skin and hair, while simultaneously providing a calming effect and promoting a positive outlook.
HOW TO USE: Put Ylang Ylang into an Epsom Salt bath for relaxation. Refresh your skin with an aromatherapy steam facial using Ylang Ylang essential oil. Put on your wrists for a sweet, floral perfume. Add Ylang Ylang to a carrier oil for a deep hair conditioner. Take internally for antioxidant support.