ATLAS CEDARWOOD

(Cedrus atlantica)  This species of cedar is native to the Atlas mountains of Algeria, the evergreen tree can grow to breathtaking heights of 40 me...

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BASIL

(Ocimum basilicum) Thoughts of cooking might come to mind when you think about basil, but we can also receive some great benefits by utilising this...

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BERGAMOT

(Citrus bergamia) Bergamot is extensively grown in Calabria, Southern Italy where conditions are just right for the small tree to produce the fruit...

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BLACK PEPPER

(Piper nigrum) Black pepper works to stimulate the body and mind and has been used as medicine and in cooking for thousands of years in the East. W...

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CARROT SEED

(Daucus carota) This particular essential oil doesn’t come from a normal carrot as you might think, but from a wild carrot plant also known as Quee...

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CHAMOMILE GERMAN

(Matricaria recutita) If you’re new to aromatherapy you might be surprised to learn there are a few different types of Chamomile out there, and whi...

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CHAMOMILE ROMAN

(Chamaemelum nobile) Roman chamomile is a fantastic oil because of its ability to calm and soothe the body and mind. Being native to Western Europe...

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CLARY SAGE

(Salvia sclarea) Clary Sage works to bring clarity to the user. It brings about feelings of relaxation and soothing which is great at relieving str...

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CLOVE

(Syzygium aromaticum) Essential oils can be derived from three parts of the clove tree – the bud, leaves and stem, however, the clove bud essential...

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CYPRESS

(Cupressus sempervirens) This species of cypress is native to the eastern Mediterranean, trees can be found growing in countries including Italy, F...

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EUCALYPTUS

(Eucalyptus globulus) Eucalyptus is our top pick for someone starting to explore with essential oils, although it is still much loved by experts. I...

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FRANKINCENSE

(Boswellia carteri) Frankincense has been popular in India, China and Egypt throughout history and we still love and continue to use it today for a...

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GERANIUM

(Pelargonium graveolens) There are over 700 different species of Geranium and while a number of them do produce essential oils, P. graveolens is th...

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