Aromatherapy Oils

Aromatherapy Oils



Used especially for mouth, skin, respiratory and urinary tract infections. Bergamot essential oil is useful for anxiety, depression, and stress relaxed conditions, has a refreshing and uplifting quality.

Carrot Seed:

Improves complexion due to strengthening effect on red blood cells, adding tone and elasticity. An oil derived from the seed head, it is rich in vitamins A, B, C, D and E. It is useful as a skin rejuvenator and is recommended for dry and ageing skin types. Contains skin protection and conditioning benefits due to the high quantities of carotenoids it contains. One of the richest oils available with a wonderful warm orange color. Carrot Seed essential oil is used in sun care products to quickly produce a beautiful golden tan and better protect the skin against the damaging effects of UVR than chemical sunscreens alone.

Cedar wood:

Astringent. Recommended for oily skin or acne. Regulating and balancing. Use at a concentration below 0.5% on skin. Used for nervous tension, anxiety, insomnia, stress, poor circulation, arthritis, rheumatism, respiratory congestion, enhance concentration and zest for life.


Excellent for skin care – allergies, eczema, insect bites, wounds. Useful for muscular pain, neuralgia, rheumatism, sprains and burns. Cures headaches, insomnia, migraine, and stress – well known for calming effect on nervous system.


Circulation, rheumatism, digestion, spasms, colds, flu. Some use in stress relief. Makes a very warming massage blend – good for rheumatism

Clove Bud:

Researchers found that sniffing the spicy aroma reduces drowsiness, irritability, and headaches, assists memory recall, and increases circulation. This powerful essential oil also has the ability to abate depression, relieve indigestion, and contribute to sexual stimulations. Useful for skin care and stress-related conditions including high blood pressure, depression and anxiety. Reduces fevers. Good for female system. Good for throat and respiratory infections

Eucalyptus Lemon:

Powerful antiseptic and healing agent. Renowned for treatment of respiratory complaints – often used in inhalants. Can relieve fever and skin irritations. Head-clearing, uplifting, refreshing. Good insect repellent – esp. cockroaches and silverfish.

Geranium, Rose:

Geranium oil is distilled from the leaves of the plant. It has a leafy rose scent. Geranium has been long revered for its fragrance. Some traditional uses: reducing stress and tension, easing pain, balancing emotions and hormones, PMS, relieve fatigue and nervous exhaustion, to lift melancholy, lessen fluid retention, repels insects.


Muscular problems, arthritis, rheumatism, poor circulation, coughs, sore throat, nausea, travel sickness, colds, flu. Also noted for its decongesting properties.


Grapefruit oil is cold pressed from the peel of the grapefruit. It has a fresh, sweet, citrus scent. Grapefruit essential oil is used for overcoming self-doubt and criticism, dependency, frustration and grief.


The most universal of all essential oils. Many uses including skin care, circulation, muscles, joints, digestive, immune system. Sheets washed in lavender are thought to promote sleep


It has a powerful, lemon-grass aroma. There has been recent research in India which shows that lemongrass acts as sedative on the central nervous system. Some traditional uses: as an insect repellent and deodorizer, for athlete’s foot, as a tissue toner, to relieve muscular pain (sports-muscle pain), increase circulation, for headaches, for nervous exhaustion and other stress related problems. Use with care and avoid in pregnancy.

Sweet Orange:

Clears the head, increases mental alertness, improves memory; encouraging, grounding, strengthening, warming; for depression, nervous exhaustion, performance stress, and headaches.


Good antiseptic, e.g.. minor burns and cracked skin. Calming action. Aphrodisiac.


May irritate sensitive skin and should be avoided during pregnancy. Emotional profile: for shock, overwork, apathy, helplessness.


Rosemary should be avoided if you are pregnant, if you have epilepsy or high blood pressure. Rosemary is used to energize, for muscle pains, cramps or sprains, brighten mood, for improving mental clarity and memory, easing pain, to relieve headaches, disinfecting.Rosewood: Although Rosewood essential oil is not very powerful, it has a place in aromatherapy and could help with the respiratory system, with sexual problems, with stress-related conditions and for skin care.


Effective for the digestive system, for the respiratory tract, for a tired mind and for skin problems. The therapeutic properties of Spearmint oil are: local anaesthetic, antispasmodic, astringent, carminative, decongestant, digestive, diuretic, expectorant, stimulant and restorative.


Calming, cheering, relaxing, soothing, stress, uplifting. Added to Massage Oil, tangerine helps relax cramped muscles. The essential oil is good remedy for premenstrual syndrome, and may be beneficial in treating stomach, liver, and gallbladder problems. Non-toxic, non-irritating, non-sensitizing. Avoid in pregnancy. Like all citrus essential oils may be phototoxic; do not use on skin exposed to direct sunlight.

Tea Tree:

Strong antiseptic, anti-inflammatory, anti-bacterial, anti-viral, fungicidal properties. Used for a variety of skin complaints e.g. Athlete’s foot, boils, herpes, ulcers, psoriasis, warts.

Ylang Ylang:

Aphrodisiac properties due to intense flowery scent. Anti-depressants. Euphoric qualities. Has a balancing effect on blood pressure and distressed breathing patterns.