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Anise Anise - Pimpinella anisum

Anise seed provides a sweet, licorice-like aroma that inspires exhilaration, euphoria and elation. (Anise oil contains a natural substance that can form white crystals in the oil. If this happens, warm the bottle slightly until the crystals dissolve.)

Blends well with:

Lavender
Rose
Orange
Pine

Balsam, Peru Balsam, Peru - Myroxylon balsamum var. pereirae

A soothing addition to skin creams and cleansers, this oil has a rich, vanilla-like scent. (Peru balsam contains a natural substance that can form white crystals in the oil. If this happens, warm the bottle slightly until the crystals dissolve.)

Basil, Sweet Basil, Sweet - Ocimum basilicum

Spicy and herbaceous, basil provides an emotional lift and mental inspiration. Try diffusing to dispel after-lunch lethargy. Basil is thought to be native to Asia and Africa, but many culinary forms are now grown throughout the world.

Blends well with:

Bergamot
Lime

Bay Bay - Pimenta racemosa

Bay has a spicy, sweet aroma that invigorates, opens the senses and enlivens the spirit. Dilute in jojoba oil and use as an invigorating scalp tonic. Bay blends nicely with eucalyptus—supporting its effects during cold and flu season while moderating its intense medicinal aroma.

Blends well with:

Lavandin
Rosemary

Bergamot Bergamot - Citrus bergamia

The fresh, fruity scent of this uncommon citrus fruit makes a refreshing room spray. Combine with water in a spritzer to help discourage mold and mildew and remove odor. (Substitute bergaptene-free bergamot for natural bergamot in any skin application.)

Blends well with:

Coriander
Cypress

Bergamot BF (Bergaptene-Free) Bergamot BF (Bergaptene-Free) - Citrus bergamia

The fresh, fruity scent of bergamot is a key ingredient in classic colognes. Bergamot’s cleansing properties complement tea tree’s purifying actions while moderating its medicinal aroma. Bergaptene-free bergamot has been re-distilled to remove most of the constituents that can accelerate sunburn.

Blends well with:

Coriander
Cypress

Blue Cypress Blue Cypress - Callitris intratropica

Distilled from the wood of an Australian evergreen, blue cypress has a unique balsamic and subtle woody aroma reminiscent of sandalwood. Like other wood oils, it strengthens fortitude and inspires confidence. The scent of blue cypress has a relaxing effect.

Camphor, White Camphor, White - Cinnamomum camphora

The penetrating, medicinal aroma of camphor is associated with chest rubs and balms for muscles and joints. For a natural alternative to chemical mothballs, scent cotton balls with a few drops of camphor.

Blends well with:

Peppermint
Tea tree

Cardamom Seed Cardamom Seed - Elettaria cardamomum

Both masculine and feminine perfumes are enhanced by this warm, spicy aroma. In massage oils, cardamom seed invigorates the muscles without irritating the skin. It’s a great choice for those with sensitive skin.

Blends well with:

Cinnamon
Clove Bud
Cedarwood
Bergamot
Rose
Neroli
Ylang Ylang

Carrot Seed Carrot Seed - Daucus carota

A superb skin-nourishing essential oil, carrot seed helps balance both oily and dry complexions, heals damaged skin, and helps aged skin. Blended with rose, geranium and clary sage, it also supports the physical and emotional transitions of menopause.

Blends well with:

Cassia
Cedarwood
Geranium

Cassia (Cinnamon) Bark Cassia (Cinnamon) Bark - Cinnamomum aromaticum

Though it provides a comforting aroma, cassia bark essential oil is highly irritating and should not come in contact with the skin. Its properties are best appreciated when diffused.

Blends well with:

Allspice
Cedarwood
Geranium

Cedarwood, Texas Cedarwood, Texas - Juniperus mexicana

Distilled from oil-rich heartwood, Texas cedarwood has similar properties to sandalwood at a fraction of the cost. The oil helps focus thoughts and stabilize the emotions. Mix several drops with citronella and grapefruit for a refreshing patio spray. (Texas cedarwood contains a natural substance that can form crystals in the oil. If this happens, warm the bottle slightly until the crystals dissolve.)

Blends well with:

Sandalwood
Juniper Berry
Rose
Cypress
Patchouli
Pine
Spruce
Vetiver

Chamomile, Roman Chamomile, Roman - Chamaemelum nobile

The sweet, apple-like aroma of Roman chamomile soothes skin flare-ups and body soreness. Combine with lavender for a relaxing bath or mix with distilled water to make a calming mist.

Blends well with:

Bergamot
Clary sage
Jasmine
Neroli
Geranium
Rose
Lavender

Cinnamon Leaf Cinnamon Leaf - Cinnamomum verum

The fresh, spicy aroma of cinnamon leaf is more reminiscent of cloves than cinnamon. Energizing, focusing and revitalizing, cinnamon leaf enhances active reasoning when diffused into the air. (This powerful oil can be a skin irritant and should not be applied directly to the skin.)

Citronella Citronella "Ceylon-Type" - Cymbopogon nardus

With its powerful lemon-like aroma, citronella is a familiar component in outdoor sprays. Astringent and cleansing, citronella is also useful for oily, blemished skin and large pores. It can be irritating, so be sure to dilute properly.

Citronella Citronella "Java-Type" - Cymbopogon winterianus

With its powerful lemon-like aroma, citronella is a familiar component in outdoor sprays. Astringent and cleansing, citronella is also useful for oily, blemished skin and large pores. It can be irritating, so be sure to dilute properly.

Clary Sage Clary Sage - Salvia sclarea

Clary sage is a key ingredient in many skincare formulas. It has a sweet, soothing aroma with intriguing musk and wine-like nuances. This popular oil tones the skin, balances the emotions and lifts the spirit.

Blends well with:

Lavender
Cedarwood
Coriander
Cardamom Seed
Frankincense
Geranium
Bergamot
Jasmine

Clove Bud Clove Bud - Syzygium aromaticum

The sweet, spicy aroma of clove is familiar and comforting. Its scent evokes a calm energy that can motivate action. Diffuse it with sweet orange for an uplifting mood.

Blends well with:

Rose
Vanilla
Lavender
Bergamot
Clary sage
Bay
Lavandin
Allspice
Ylang ylang

Coriander Seed Coriander Seed - Coriandrum sativum

Similar to bergamot, but with a woody nuance, coriander’s scent adds a sweet freshness to soaps and perfumes. Combine this calming, focusing oil with lavender to inspire restful sleep.

Cypress Cypress - Cupressus sempervirens

Ancient Greco-Roman culture used cypress as a purifying incense. It blends well with other Mediterranean oils like lavender, clary sage and bergamot.

Blends well with:

Cedarwood
Cardamom
Wild chamomile
Bergamot
Clary sage
Pine
Juniper
Lavender
Orange
Lemon
Mandarin
Sandalwood

Eucalyptus, Globulus Eucalyptus, Globulus - Eucalyptus globulus

Distilled from the leaves of the tree, eucalyptus oil has a fresh, penetrating scent and is a common ingredient in salves and cold-care products. Combine with lavandin for a therapeutic chest rub. A diffusion of eucalyptus purifies the atmosphere and clears negative energy.

Eucalyptus, Radiata Eucalyptus, Radiata - Eucalyptus radiata

Known as "The King of Eucalyptus" in Australia, eucalyptus radiata offers a softer, more well-rounded cleansing aroma than eucalyptus globulus.

Fennel Seed Fennel Seed - Foeniculum vulgare var. dulce

The aroma of fennel seed essential oil is sweet and warm with a spicy, anise-like quality. It has a balancing effect on the female reproductive system and increases the flow of body energy.

Fir Needle, Balsam Fir Needle, Balsam - Abies balsamea

Used as a room spray, this fresh evergreen scent evokes images of mountainside fir forests and holiday festivities. Balsam fir opens breathing, invigorates and lifts the spirit.

Blends well with:

Cedarwood
Cypress
Sandalwood
Juniper Berry
Pine
Lemon
Basil
Eucalyptus
Frankincense

Frankincense Frankincense - Boswellia sacra

Used extensively in incense and fine perfumery for thousands of years, frankincense is characterized by a sweet, balsamic aroma. Often used in face creams and oils for aging skin.

Blends well with:

Sandalwood
Pine
Geranium
Lavender
Neroli
Bergamot
Orange
Basil
Cinnamon
Vetiver
Jasmine
Myrrh
Rose

Geranium Geranium - Pelargonium graveolens

Geranium has a rose-like aroma with minty undertones. An important ingredient in many skin care products, it provides balancing properties to both dry and oily complexions. Add a few drops to face cleansers to supplement their effects.

Blends well with:

Lavender
Patchouli
Rose
Sandalwood
Jasmine
Juniper Berry
Bergamot
Neroli
Clove Bud
Cinnamon leaf
Ylang ylang

Ginger Ginger - Zingiber officinale

This earthy aroma is a wonderful modifier in blends containing vetiver and citrus oils. You can also create robust sensualizing blends by combining ginger with oils like patchouli and jasmine. Ginger warms and invigorates muscles.

Blends well with:

Sandalwood
Patchouli
Rosewood
Cedarwood
Rose
Coriander
Frankincense
Lime
Orange
Neroli
Vetiver
Bergamot

Grapefruit Grapefruit - Citrus x paradisi

Grapefruit has a tangy, citrus scent that is especially appreciated by children. Combine it with lavender in a bubble bath, or make a refreshing travel mist by blending it with peppermint and water in a spritzer bottle.

Blends well with:

Bergamot
Lemon
Neroli
Geranium
Palmarosa
Lavender
Rosemary
Cardamom Seed
Basil
Ylang ylang

Helichrysum Helichrysum - Helichrysum italicum

Helichrysum, sourced from the French island of Corsica, has an herbaceous, honey-like top note. Restoring helichrysum is a great go-to oil for various skin concerns.

Hyssop Hyssop - Hyssopus officinalis

Hyssop provides a sweet, herbal scent that blends well with clove, lavender, rosemary, sage and citrus oils. A purifying oil, it can be combined with eucalyptus or spike lavender in a room diffusion.

Jasmine Jasmine - Jasminum officinale

A common ingredient in perfumes, the exotic floral aroma of jasmine is potent and radiant. It’s a sensual oil, making it an ideal addition to intimate massage.

Juniper Berry Juniper Berry - Juniperus communis

The fruity, woody aroma of juniper berry combines well with citrus oils in room sprays and adds a masculine scent to aftershaves and colognes. Juniper berry invigorates and cleanses the body of toxins when used in massage oils.

Lavandin Lavandin - Lavandula x intermedia

A natural cross-pollination of true lavender and spike lavender, lavandin gives soaps and detergents a fresh, bracing aroma. Gently purifying, it’s an ideal component of chest rubs or salves for the very young or infirm.

Blends well with:

Bergamot
Lime
Clove Bud
Cinnamon
Bay
Pine
Cypress
Clary sage
Geranium
Oregano
Patchouli
Rosemary
Cassia

Lavender Lavender - Lavandula angustifolia

Lavender’s perfectly balanced floral-herbaceous aroma provides an unmatched array of attributes—calming, relaxing, refreshing, toning and cleansing—making it the most popular oil in aromatherapy.

Blends well with:

Most oils including florals and citrus oils:
Clove
Clary sage
Cedarwood
Vetiver
Patchouli
Vanilla etc.

Lavender Tea Tree Lavender Tea Tree

This Australian tea tree relative, also known as rosalina, matches the purifying strength of tea tree and the soothing gentleness of lavender. It contains soothingly sweet and oral aroma constituents without the potently medicinal aroma of tea tree. Lavender tea tree's soothing properties make it ideal for air diffusion and your skin care needs.

Lavender, Spike Lavender, Spike - Lavandula latifolia

The powerful, lavender-tinged scent of spike lavender blends well with other oils in purifying room sprays, insect repellents and body care products. Add a few drops to supplement the effectiveness of cold care ointments.

Lavender, Tasmanian Lavender, Tasmanian - Lavandula angustifolia

Tasmanian lavender has a slightly more floral scent, with a softer top and middle note, than other lavenders.

Lemon Lemon - Citrus x limon

Expressed from the peel of the fresh fruit, lemon oil is a sweetly scented, purifying oil. It combines well with tea tree in cleansing applications for blemishes.

Blends well with:

Sandalwood
Cypress
Geranium
Lavender
Jasmine
Roman chamomile
Neroli
Eucalyptus
Ylang ylang
Rose
Bergamot
Lime
Grapefruit

Lemon Balm Lemon Balm

Lemon Balm essential oil has a sweet, herbaceous and lemon-like middle note.

Lemon Eucalyptus Lemon Eucalyptus - Eucalyptus citriodora

This oil, which has a rosy-citronella aroma with subtle lemon undertones, is an ideal natural ingredient in a variety of summer formulations that help you enjoy the outdoors naturally. It’s effective in patio sprays, candles, lamp oils, lotions and body mists.

Lemon Tea Tree Lemon Tea Tree

This Australian tea tree relative offers the protecting power of tea tree with an uplifting aroma similar to lemon. The aromatherapy effects of its lemony-sweet citral and citronellol constituents have earned it the nickname "happy oil." Lemon tea tree's purifying properties make it ideal for air diffusion and homemade cleaning products.

Lemongrass Lemongrass - Cymbopogon flexuosus

This tropical grass has been traditionally used in India. Lemongrass is an effective cleansing and astringent ingredient in skin care preparations.

Lime Lime - Citrus x aurantifolia

Expressed from fresh lime peel, lime essential oil shares many of the same aromatherapy qualities as lemon. Use it to cleanse oily skin, or combine with eucalyptus for a purifying diffusion.

Blends well with:

Citronella
Lavandin
Rosemary
Lavender
Clary sage
Lemon
Neroli
Ylang ylang

Marjoram, Sweet Marjoram, Sweet - Origanum majorana

Often overshadowed by lavender, sweet marjoram offers many of the same benefits without lavender’s sweet floral aroma. Use with skin care oils to warm and comfort body aches and pains.

Blends well with:

Lavender
Bergamot
Cypress
Chamomile, wild
Eucalyptus
Tea tree
Rosemary
Cedarwood

Marjoram, Wild Marjoram, Wild - Thymus mastichina

Actually a wild-growing species of thyme, wild marjoram has a warm, spicy, herbaceous aroma. Use with skin care oils to create an invigorating massage oil.

Blends well with:

Cedarwood
Lavender
Lemon
Rosemary

Myrrh Myrrh - Commiphora myrrha

The spicy, earthy aroma of myrrh has been used as incense for almost 4,000 years. A blend of myrrh essential oil and jojoba oil is an effective application for dry, dull or aged skin.

Blends well with:

Sandalwood
Pine
Geranium
Lavender
Cypress
Mandarin
Sweet orange
Juniper
Patchouli
Peppermint
Spearmint
Frankincense

Myrtle Myrtle - Myrtus communis

Myrtle has a sweet, penetrating scent. The oil is used in skin care applications to alleviate oily skin and enlarged pores. It helps cleanse the emotions and release addictive behaviors.

Blends well with:

Lavender
Lavandin
Clary sage
Sandalwood
Hyssop
Bay
Bergamot
Clove Bud
Cinnamon
Lime
Rosemary

Nutmeg Nutmeg - Myristica fragrans

Nutmeg is a warming, activating ingredient in massage oils, without the potentially irritating effects of other spice oils. It helps to soothe soreness in overworked muscles.

Orange, Mandarin Orange, Mandarin - Citrus reticulata

Grown for over 3000 years in China, Mandarin provides a fruity citrus oil possessing a neroli-like floral nuance. Mandarin calms the spirit and balances emotions. Carry a bottle and inhale for emotional rescue.

Blends well with:

Neroli
Nutmeg
Cinnamon
Clove Bud
Rose
Bergamot
Lime

Orange, Sweet Orange, Sweet - Citrus sinensis

The familiar orange scent makes this one of the world's most popular oils and the heart of many floral blends. Sweet orange's gentle, clarifying nature cheers the heart and brightens the mood. Diffuse it often to maintain a wholesome, positively charged atmosphere.

Blends well with:

Neroli
Lavender
Nutmeg
Cinnamon
Clove
Rose
Bergamot
Lemon
Clary sage
Myrrh

Oregano Oregano - Origanum vulgare

Oregano is a highly active oil that can be a strong skin irritant; its use should be limited to purifying diffusions. Add lemon to sweeten the spicy, medicinal aroma.

Palmarosa Palmarosa - Cymbopogon martinii

Palmarosa has a lemon-like scent with floral nuances and is used in cleansing, astringent skin care products. It also helps soften the aroma of citronella.

Blends well with:

Geranium
Bergamot
Sandalwood
Orange
Cedarwood
Pine
Jasmine
Citronella
Ylang ylang

Patchouli, Dark Patchouli, Dark - Pogostemon cablin

A widely used fixative in perfumes, patchouli's rich, earthy aroma provides an olfactory bridge between floral and herbaceous oils. Add a few drops to sweet almond oil to create a nourishing treatment for dry skin.

Peppermint Peppermint - Mentha x piperita

Instantly recognizable, peppermint oil has a very potent minty aroma that produces a cooling and refreshing sensation. Combine peppermint, lavender and a skin care oil for a soothing stomach-massage oil.

Pine Pine - Pinus sylvestris

The woody, typically evergreen aroma of this oil lends a pleasant, deodorizing scent to many household and personal care products. Pine oil is invigorating. Add to skin care oils for detoxifying deep tissue massages.

Rose Absolute Rose Absolute - Rosa damascena

With its rich and long-lasting floral aroma, rose is used extensively in quality perfumes as both an aromatic and a fixative. Diffused rose absolute will produce a stabilizing atmosphere during times of stress, anxiety and grief.

Rose Otto Rose Otto - Rosa damascena

This essential oil is distilled from the ancient damask rose. Rose otto has a powerful effect on the emotions and the spirit, bringing harmony and peace while dispelling fear and tension. Simply inhale the aroma to realize the benefits.

Rosemary Rosemary - Rosmarinus officinalis

Rosemary has a fresh, herbaceous scent and has purifying properties. Blend rosemary oil with grapeseed and olive oils to make a nourishing scalp massage.

Sage, Dalmation Sage, Dalmation - Salvia officinalis

Distilled from the common culinary garden plant, sage is a potent essential oil and should be used with discretion. Try one or two drops in combination with lavandin for a purifying diffusion.

Sandalwood Sandalwood - Santalum spicatum

Spearmint Spearmint - Mentha spicata

This sweet, minty oil offers a softer, more gentle energy than its botanical cousin peppermint. You can blend spearmint oil with lavender oil to make a calming children’s bath.

Blends well with:

Lavender
Rosemary
Lavandin
Eucalyptus
Jasmine
Sage
Lime
Basil
Peppermint

Tangerine Tangerine - Citrus reticulata

The fresh, fruity scent of tangerine is a delightful addition to children’s aromatherapy blends. Combine it with lavender and add several drops to a soothing bedtime bath.

Blends well with:

Neroli
Nutmeg
Cinnamon
Clove
Rose
Bergamot
Lime
Orange

Tea Tree Tea Tree - Melaleuca alternifolia

Possessing an intense, medicinal aroma, tea tree can be used by the drop directly on the skin to cleanse and purify.

Blends well with:

Cedarwood
Lavender
Lavandin
Rosemary
Marjoram
Clary sage
Clove Bud
Nutmeg
Pine
Ylang ylang
Geranium

Thyme, Red Thyme, Red - Thymus vulgaris

The essential oil of the common garden and culinary thyme, red thyme is high in the constituent thymol—a powerful skin-irritant. Avoid skin application and try diffusing during the cold and flu season.

Blends well with:

Bergamot
Cedarwood
Clary sage
Lavandin
Lavender
Marjoram
Peru balsam
Pine
Rosemary

Thyme, White Thyme, White - Thymus vulgaris

White thyme is the result of a re-distillation of red thyme essential oil. Combine this oil with eucalyptus, tea tree and lavandin in salves and chest rubs.

Blends well with:

Bergamot
Cedarwood
Clary sage
Lavandin
Lavender
Marjoram
Peru balsam
Pine
Rosemary

Vetiver Vetiver - Vetiveria zizanioides

Vetiver has a rich, earthy scent and is often used as a perfume fixative. The aroma anchors the spirit and stabilizes emotions.

Blends well with:

Bergamot
Sandalwood
Lavender
Lavandin
Jasmine
Geranium
Rose
Patchouli
Clary sage
Ylang ylang
Cassia

Wild Chamomile Wild Chamomile - Ormenis multicaulis

Wintergreen Wintergreen - Gaultheria yunnanensis

Wintergreen has an easily recognized, sweet, mint-like aroma. Use small amounts of this potentially irritating oil in muscle and joint ointments.

Blends well with:

Marjoram
Oregano
Peppermint
Spearmint
Ylang ylang
Vanilla

Ylang Ylang Extra Ylang Ylang Extra - Cananga odorata

“Extra” grade (the highest quality) ylang ylang has an intense floral aroma that is prized in perfumes. The powerful scent nourishes and encourages the spirit. Dab a single drop on pulse points for an alluring perfume.

Blends well with:

Bergamot
Cassia
Clary sage
Geranium
Jasmine
Lavandin
Lavender
Patchouli
Peru balsam
Rosewood
Rose Otto
Sandalwood
Vetiver
Ylang ylang

Ylang Ylang III Ylang Ylang III - Cananga odorata

This 'flower of flowers' has a heady, sensual aroma. The scent elevates the spirit and consoles the heart. Blend with rosewood, sandalwood and cocoa butter for an exotic body butter.

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