GINGER

(Zingiber officinale) Ginger has been used for centuries in natural medicine with roots coming from southeast Asia. You can use ginger in a number ...

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GRAPEFRUIT

(Citrus paradisi) Grapefruit is a refreshing and uplifting citrus essential oil that is cold pressed from the fresh peel of the fruit. You can use...

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HELICHRYSUM

(Helichrysum italcum) You may have heard of this oil by its other commonly used names immortelle or everlasting – it is said these names come from ...

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JASMINE

(Jasminum officinale) Jasmine is an intoxicating and sensual essential oil that is considered to be an aphrodisiac. It appeals to both men and wome...

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JUNIPER

(Juniperus communis) Juniper is a purifying and cleansing essential oil that is often used to ease tension. The berries, needles and wood of the ju...

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KUNZEA

(Kunzea ambigua)  Also known as white cloud because of the shrub’s small white flowering tops, this essential oil is native to Australia. Whilst n...

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LAVENDER

(Lavandula angustifolia)  Lavender essential oil is a favourite of many in aromatherapy (some would say it’s a staple) because of its long list of...

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LEMON

(Citrus limon)  As you could guess, lemon is part of the citrus family which makes it a wonderful and refreshing essential oil that can be used to...

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LEMONGRASS

(Cymbopogon citratus)  Lemongrass is often used to promote healthy digestion as it helps to soothe stomach upsets and ease indigestion. It is an i...

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LIME

(Citrus aurantifolia)  We love limes in margaritas but as an essential oil, it has some great properties. It can be extracted through cold press o...

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MANDARIN

(Citrus reticulata) Mandarin is a refreshing yet calming essential oil. It is a great choice to use with children and can be blended with lavender ...

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MARJORAM

(Origanum majorana)  In ancient Greece, marjoram was used for funerals and today we know the essential oil brings comfort and support to those suf...

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MYRRH

(Commiphora myrrha) The use of Myrrh goes back thousands of years and was actually used in the embalming process by ancient Egyptians. This essenti...

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