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  • anise oil

    Anise Oil

    $7.20$8.70

    Anise Essential Oil

    Scent: Sweet, Clean, Crisp Fragrance

    Extraction Method: Steem distiltion of the seeds.

    Colour: Pale, colorless.Clear.

    Note: Top.

    RRP: $7.20 – $8.70

     

  • May Chang essential Oil

    May Chang Essential Oil

    $6.95$8.45

    May Chang Essential Oil (Listea Cubeba)

    Scent: Strong, Sweet, Citrus like.

    Extraction Method: Steem distiation.

    Country of Origin: China.

    Colour: Yellow.

    Note: Medium.

    RRP: $6.95 – $8.45

  • Carrot Oil

    Carrot Oil

    $8.00

    Carrot (Daucus Carota) Infussed In Cold Pressed Sunflower Oil.

    This oil is made by infusing the common edible carrot in cold pressed Sunflower oil.

    Extraction Method: infusion.

    Country of Origin: New – Zealand.

    Colour: Orange.

    Part of plant used: Root.

  • Thyme essential oil

    Thyme Essential Oil

    $6.50$8.00

    White Thyme Essential Oil (Thymus Vulgaris) 10ml

    Egyptians used thyme oil for embalming because of it’s strong preservative properties.

    Scent: spicy, warm, herbaceous scent

    Extraction Method: steam distillation of the leaves.

    Color: pale yellow to orange-yellow

    Note: top.

    Cautions: possible skin irritant, must be properly diluted. Avoid during pregnancy.

    RRP: $6.50 – 8.00

  • fir needle Essential oil

    Fir Needle Essential Oil

    $6.40$7.90

    Fir Needle Essential Oil (Abies concolor)

    Scent: Fresh, woody fragrance.
    Extraction Method: Steam Distilled
    Colour: Slightly yellow
    Fragrance Note: Middle

    RRP: $6.40 – $ 7.90

  • Camphor Oil

    Camphor Essential Oil

    $6.30$7.80

    Camphor Essential Oil

    Scent: Sharp, camphoraceous, woody undertone.

    Plant parts used: Wood.

    Extraction Method: Steam distillation.

    Colour: Colourless to pale yellow.

    Note: Middle.

    RRP: $6.30-$7.80

  • Cypress Essential oil

    Cypress Essential Oil

    $6.00$7.50

    Cypress Essential Oil (Cupressus sempervirens) 10ml

    Scent: Sweet: Balsamic
    Plant Part: Leaves and Twigs
    Extraction Method: Steam Distilled
    Colour: Colourless to yellow
    Note: Middle
    Blends well with: Lavender, chamomile, ylang ylang, bergamot and cedarwood.

    RRP: $6.00 – $7.50

  • Rosewood essential oil 1

    Rosewood Essential Oil

    $5.80$7.30

    Rosewood Essential Oil (Aniba rosaeodora) 10ml

    Scent: Warm, woody, Spicy.

    Extraction Method: Steam distillation.

    Colour: Yello to amber.

    Note: Middle

    Reported Benefits: Anti-bacterial, Antiseptic, Relaxing, Soothing, Uplifting, Rejuvinating, Warming.

    Blends well with: All citrus and floral essential oils.

    External use only.

    RRP: $9.50 – $11.00

  • eucalyptus oil

    Eucalyptus Essential Oil – 100% Pure Eucalyptus essential oil

    $6.95

    Eucalyptus oil

    Scent: Penetrating, Camphoraceous, Medicinal

    Extraction Method: Steam Distilled from the leaves and twigs.

    Country of Origin: Australia

    Colour: Colourless

    Note: Top

    Caution: Use only diluted.

  • Wintergreen essential oil

    Wintergreen Essential Oil

    $4.95$6.45

    Wintergreen Essential Oil (Gaultheria Procumbens)

    Scent: Strong mint candy like.

    Extraction Method: Steam distillation of the leaves.

    Color: Pale yellow.

    Note: Middle – Top.

    RRP: $3.95 – $5.45

  • Pine essential oil

    Pine Essential Oil

    $4.95$6.45

    Pine Oil (Pinus sylvestris) Pine Essential Oil.

    Scent: Sweet, citrus.

    Extraction Method: Steem distiltion of the leaves (grass)

    Colour: Pale, colorless.

    Note: Top

    Properties: Anti-Bacterial, Anti-Viral, Disinfectant, Stimulating.

    RRP: $4.85 – $6.35

  • juniper essential oil

    Juniper Essential Oil

    $4.85$6.25

    Juniper Berry Essential Oil (Juniperus communis)

    In mediaeval times juniper was added to food since it was said to aid digestion and to be a cure for various stomach ailments. The earliest recorded medicinal use of juniper berries occurs in ancient Egypt. A papyrus dating back to 1500 BC with a recipe to cure tapeworm. Also the Romans used the berries for stomach ailments.

    We ship Juniper Oil only in NZ.

    Scent: Fresh, Balsamic, Woody

    Extraction Method: Steam Distilled

    Colour: Colourless to Pale Yellow

    Note: Middle

    Properties: Antiseptic, Cleansing, Detoxyfyling, Puriffying, Tonic, Fluid Reducing

    Chakra: Solar Plexus

    Caution: Use diluted on skin.

    Blends well with: bergamot, cedarwood, clary sage, cypress, geranium, grapefruit, lavender and lime