Essential Oil Properties 

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Essential Oil Properties

This is a list of essential oils and their properties.  Here you can find it's history, characteristics, indication and mode of administration.

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    Allspice has a sweet, spicy, clove-like odor. It has a fresh and clean top note and a long-lasting, sweet, balsamic-spicy body note with hints of tea-like undertones. The name “allspice” originates from the likening of the odor to a mixture of nutmeg, clove and cinnamon, great as a holiday scent.
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    Originating in North America, amyris is a flowering shrub that was mistaken for sandalwood until the late 19th century. Along with other plants that have high resin content, amyris is commonly referred to as a "torchwood" or “candlewood” due to its essential oil-saturated wood, which burns like a candle.
  • NOT AVAILABLE - INFORMATION ONLY           Angelica archangelica is a fragrant edible plant with delicate clusters of white or yellow flowers. It towers on a six-foot hollow, leafy stem, held up by a strong root system. Angelica blooms every few years, survives in many climates, and bears small yellow seeds. Known as both wild celery and Holy Ghost root,...
  • NOT AVAILABLE - INFORMATION ONLY            This oil is great for giving your constitution a boost by invigorating the lymphatic system. It generally detoxifies the body. It can also be used to great effect on respiratory ailments and is a great help in stomach related problems; including flatulence, dyspepsia, nausea, discomfort and indigestion.
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    This sweet smelling essential oil smells just like black licorice. It is often used as a flavoring agent in cold and cough medicines, and used as a rub to relieve muscular aches and pains (when diluted with a carrier oil). It can be used as a chest rub to relieve symptoms of colds, and coughs. Vaporized Anise may also help with colds and coughs. 
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    Used on chafed skin to soothe. Exotic aroma, anchoring, strengthening and imparts a rich, earthy scent to perfumes.
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    Cardamom is the exotic spice that gives traditional "chai" tea its characteristic flavor and aroma. Use as a tonic to improve the actions of the circulatory system. Uplifts and energizes while acting as a tonic stimulant for the body and mind. 
  • NOT AVAILABLE - INFORMATION ONLY        North American catnip is commonly used as a powerful insect repellent and as a stimulant for cats. 
  • NOT AVAILABLE - INFORMATION ONLY - German chamomile AKA blue chamomile or chamomile matricaria. The blue color is from azulene which is formed during the distillation of the oil. The odor is sweet and adds a warm, long-lasting undertone in perfumes. 
  • NOT AVAILABLE - INFORMATION ONLY      Roman Chamomile are excellent for protecting dry skin.  It is soothing to all types of skin and is a wonderful addition to a massage oil for sore muscles. Known for its strong soothing effect on mind and body. 
  • NOT AVAILABLE - INFORMATION ONLY        An antiseptic and stimulating oil useful in mouthwash and gargle. Comforting rubbed onto gums, traditionally used to relieve toothache. Could be an effective mosquito repellent. 
  • NOT AVAILABLE - INFORMATION ONLY       Damiana is a shrub native to Central and South America. It belongs to the family Turneraceae. Blooming with small yellow flowers, the shrub has an odor somewhat like chamomile and the leaves have traditionally been made into a tea which was used by native people of Central and South America for its reputed...
  • NOT AVAILABLE - INFORMATION ONLY            Davana essential oil, from India, has a green, penetrating, herbal-balsamic aroma. The low lasting notes are animal and sensual. Very tenacious, this rare oil has tremendous unrealized potential.
  • NOT AVAILABLE - INFORMATION ONLY - This species is used as an antidepressant. Used to freshen the air, mind and body, this is a very useful oil. Helps to clear the mind, chest and sinus and relieves aches, pains and menstrual discomfort. There are approximately 500 species of HELICHRYSUM PURE.  
  • NOT AVAILABLE - INFORMATION ONLY               Pure and undiluted. Emotionally warming. Relaxes, soothes, uplifts and helps self confidence. Good for stress and general anxiety. Perfect skin care oil, excellent for hot, dry skin. Sensual properties and reputedly an Aphrodisiac!. Only needs to be used in very small quantities. Exquisite perfume. A vast...
  • NOT AVAILABLE - INFORMATION ONLY          Fine lavender grows on the arid mountains of Provence above an altitude of 800 metres. It is a small plant and only a single flower grows on each stem. It reproduces by seeding. It is also called "population lavender". The scent is fresh and sweet, floral, natural and winsome. French Lavender is not the least bit...
  • NOT AVAILABLE - INFORMATION ONLY          Lavender grown at high altitudes exhibits the highest total ester contennt - 52% (linalyl, terpenyl, lavandulyl and geranyl acetates) which makes it the most relaxing of all the Lavender oils.  This oil appears to have the ability to uplift the mind while being relaxing to the body.  French high altitude Lavender...
  • NOT AVAILABLE - INFORMATION ONLY          Lavender is the most loved aromatic used in aromatherapy today. Besides being versatile, its lightly floral and soothing scent is one that most people find appealing. In therapeutic terms, lavender is the most useful oil, and one that every aromatherapy kit should include.
  • NOT AVAILABLE - INFORMATION ONLY - Similar properties as Lime expressed but NOT phototoxic.
  • NOT AVAILABLE - INFORMATION ONLY         Myrrh has been used since ancient times as a sacred incense, a perfume, and as a therapeutic agent. It has a rich, smoky, balsamic odor and is soothing to the skin, centering, visualizing and meditative. The sap or resin from a tree rather than a true essential oil. One of the oldest-known perfume materials.
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