Our Most Comprehensive Collection of Essential Oils
The twenty-five oils in this collection were hand-selected from our most popular organic and wild-harvested oils from around the world. Designed to provide you with a diverse and comprehensive assortment of oils to address your individual aromatic preferences and wellness needs, this collection contains a full spectrum of oils to begin your own healing practice.
Tenty-four ½ oz bottles and one ⅛ oz bottle, including:
This superior grade of organic bergamot oil from the southern Italian region of Calabria is a clean, nuanced citrus with a classic, tangy-green topnote. Known for its powerful mood stabilizing effects, bergamot can calm agitated children and is great for promoting clarity in the workspace. Diffuse this beautiful fragrance with lavender as a nighttime blend to promote restful sleep and sweet dreams.
Bergamot blends well with most oils, including other citrus oils, spice oils, rose, sandalwood, frankincense, vetiver, lavender, jasmine, nutmeg, ylang-ylang, geranium , cypress, neroli, clary sage, melissa oil, marjoram and angelica.
Organic Blue Chamomile:
The high azulene content is what endows this German "blue" chamomile, grown organically in Nepal, with its deep, rich blue coloring as well as its highly regarded ability to support the restoration of healthy immune system function. Additionally, its supportive ability to enhance a healthy inflammatory response along with its ability to nourish and restore healthy sebum or skin oil have made it an excellent natural support for skin health and beauty.
Harvested from wild cedar growth in India, this lovely, warm and soft species of cedar is used extensively across traditions to aid in meditation and to promote emotional equilibrium. Used in Ayurvedic and Tibetan medicines as an incense ingredient, Himalayan cedar boasts a rare and powerful combination of qualities that are stimulating to the body but calming to the mind. This woody, delicious oil is a true tree nectar, and is a symbol of wisdom, strength and abundance.
Eucalyptus oil is suitable for topical application as well as direct inhalation to support immune vitality, especially during cold and flu season.
Eucalyptus oil blends well with herbaceous oils such as thyme, rosemary, and marjoram; tree oils such as pine, spruce, and fir; florals like geranium, and lavender; wood oils like cedarwood and sandalwood; also melissa and lemon.
Organic Sweet Fennel:
Sweet and herbaceous, this organic sweet fennel oil from Hungary has an affinity for the digestive, respiratory and musculoskeletal systems. An appetite stimulant, the seeds may be chewed to increase digestive juices and, once in the digestive tract, may be helpful for enhancing digestive strength and for detoxifying the liver.
Wild-harvested Frankincense Rivae:
Frankincense oil is revered for its powerfully uplifting and clarifying effects on the body and mind. Among frankincense's many attributes is its use as a spiritual tool for ritual, prayer and meditation. Rightly considered to be among the "sacred scents," this soft, woody and elegant species of wild-harvested, Ethiopian frankincense is equally valued for its healing powers and for its complex bouquet.
Therapeutically considered to be one of the more important of the cymbopogon species, this Indian gingergrass is used in many herbal Ayurvedic preparations. As a warm, spicy essential oil, gingergrass can be directly inhaled (direct palm or steam) to support sinus and head circulation, thereby easing congestion and promoting a healthy inflammatory response. One of its most important uses, however, is in massage, where its significant circulation supporting qualities are used to address joint and muscle health.
An exceptionally refreshing purifier and detoxication supporter, our grapefruit oil, grown organically in South Africa, is renowned for its broad spectrum cleansing effects. Reviving, uplifting and imparting emotional buoyancy, grapefruit essential oil is considered especially beneficial due to its ability to ease tension from daily stress and to aid emotional equilibrium. It can soothe and uplift the emotions and spirit and help balance jittery or depleted feelings.
Grapefruit blends well with basil oil, palmarosa and rosewood; florals such as geranium, chamomile, jasmine, lavender and ylang-ylang; all citrus oils, including lime oil, mandarin, bergamot, neroli-petitgrain, neroli and lemon.
This Nepali cinnamon oil is distilled from wild-harvested cinnamon berries grown in the Himalayas. One of the most recognizable essences, cinnamon will bring warming relief to the body and creative inspiration to the mind. Pungent and spicy, cinnamon nourishes and restores the body's own ability to produce a healing response.
Cinnamon blend well with spice and herb oils such as basil, clove, fennel, ginger and marjoram ; grass oils like gingergrass, vetiver and palmarosa. Can also be used with agarwood essential oil, cedarwood essential oil, davana essential oil and nagarmotha essential oil.
This dark green jatamansi oil, also known as Himalayan spikenard, is distilled from sustainably harvested roots gathered from community forests in Nepal. Jatamansi oil is one of the most effective essential oils for supporting a calm mind and balanced body. Those who suffer from worry or other overly active mental habits will benefit immensely from regular use of this special oil. Jatamansi oil has a strong fragrance of moist earth, like the high-altitude forest floor where it is found.
Lavender Oil is calming, regenerating, and is used to promote restful sleep. The scent of lavender typically elicits pleasant associations and therefore engenders a calming, nurturing effect, supporting both deep relaxation and emotional and spiritual upliftment. The refreshing aroma helps to support mental clarity, simultaneously grounding and calming the senses. This full and rich lavender eases tension from daily stress or over-work and promotes feelings of well being.
Lavender oil's adaptability lends to easy, complimentary blending with most other oils, particularly floral and citrus oils. Some favorites include geranium oil, rose oil, chamomile oil, clary sage oil and vetiver oil.
Considered by aromatherapists to be the captured essence of the sun, this lemon essential oil, grown organically in South African, will brighten and refresh any day or mood. Known for its tangy, pure citrus scent, lemon essential oil can clear and stimulate a fatigued mind and increase mental clarity. Cooling and drying, lemon oil has a light, refreshing aroma with stimulating top notes that can be described as sour, citrus and slightly sweet.
This rich, robust organic lemongrass essential oil, grown organically in South Africa, works to elevate mood and freshen air. This particular distillation of lemongrass, with its bright, clean and refined aromatic top notes signals its known ability to sharpen mental clarity. Lemongrass essential oil has sedative and balancing effects on body energy and is used with success to manage the difficulties of airplane travel. Diffuse lemongrass essential oil to normalize energy and calm the mind and to naturally repel insects.
This sweetly tangy, pure mandarin oil, grown organically in South Africa, reduces the negative effects of daily stress, promotes deep and restful sleep and supports feelings of contentment and well-being. Its positive effects extend to the skin, where it aids in increasing circulation, reducing fluid retention, achieving moisture balance and diminishing stretch marks.
Mandarin blends well with clary sage oil, vetiver oil, and sandalwood oil; florals like rose, geranium oil, jasmine oil, lavender oil and ylang-ylang oil; other citrus oil such as lime, grapefruit , bergamot and lemon; spice oils such as cinnamon, clove and ginger.
Palmarosa is one of nature's star upholders of skin health. Our palmarosa oil, grown organically in Nepal, regulates skin moisture and sebum secretion, making it useful for both dry and oily skin. Additionally, palmarosa supports deep sleep, uplifts moods, calms and settles the nervous system, helps to regulate menstrual cycles and supports a healthy inflammatory response. Cooling and moistening in essence, palmarosa can offer relief from the mental afflictions of insecurity, grief or defensiveness.
Palmarosa blends well with rose essential oil, geranium essential oil, lavender essential oil, bergamot essential oil, sandalwood essential oil, lime essential oil, orange essential oil and ylang-ylang essential oil.
Wild-harvested Palo Santo:
This palo santo oil, wild-harvested in Ecuador, is recognized for its constellation of therapeutic properties, which include its ability to uplift the mood and to boost immunity. A natural purifier, it can be used to promote wellness, especially during cold and flu season. It has settling, calming and grounding qualities, thus making it a great stress reducer as well as a superb oil for ritual, prayer and meditation. Additionally, palo santo enhances creativity and is excellent for tasks requiring sustained concentration.
Among the oldest and most continuously used of all therapeutic oils, the bright, mentholated fragrance of peppermint essential oil is instantly recognizable and powerfully effective at treating a remarkably wide variety of conditions. This organic Indian peppermint oil's refreshing nature makes it ideal for mental fatigue and low spirits, stimulating cognitive function and improving concentration. As a cooling oil, it is also effective at helping to calm restlessness.
Organic Rose Geranium Oil:
The cooling, uplifting, rose-scented geranium from South Africa is adored both for the delicious complexity of its bouquet and for the broad range of its applications. Boasting an emphatic, fragrant mix of rose and citrus, this variety of geranium is harvested from the leaves and flowers of the organic Pelargonium roseum plant. As a premier cooling oil, geranium’s versatility is well known amongst perfumers and aromatherapists alike.
Organic Spanish Rosemary:
This classic Spanish rosemary, which is grown organically (non-certified) in South Africa, has a strong, energizing fragrance. It is a powerful therapeutic workhorse, equally at home soothing muscles as it is restoring clarity and energy to the mind. With an unmistakable camphoraceous topnote and an overall woody, fresh and tangy scent, rosemary oil is particularly valuable during cold and flu season.
Organic Sweet Orange:
The vibrant, tangy flavor and bright scent of this widely-used, organic, South African oil are synonymous with joy, sunlight and sweetness. Well known for its uplifting and stress-reducing properties, orange oil imparts cheerfulness and calm, making it ideal as an overall mood enhancer and relaxant. Its balancing effect on the nervous system and its warming and joyful qualities benefit people of all ages.
Sweet orange blends well with clary sage, vetiver, and sandalwood; florals like rose, geranium, jasmine, lavender, and ylang-ylang; other citrus oil such as lime, grapefruit, bergamot and lemon; spice oils such as cinnamon, clove and ginger.
Organic Tea Tree:
Tea Tree Oil is one of the most widely known purifying and cleansing essential oils. It effectively supports wellness and is an excellent oil to employ during cold and flu season. Floracopeia's certified organic and extremely high quality tea tree oil from South Africa, with its spicy, fresh camphoraceous fragrance, has a wide variety of therapeutic, cleansing and purifying applications.
This powerful basil oil, grown organically in India, has been used for centuries and is cherished for its protective and uplifting nature. Tulsi, meaning “the incomparable one,” is thought to embody a purifying radiance that refines body, mind and spirit. Tulsi brilliantly boosts vitality and can be used daily to maintain resilient health.
Of all of the essential oils, few capture the aromatic complexity of the earth's botanical bounty as completely as vetiver grass. Organically grown in Haiti, this oil is used for therapeutic, meditative and perfuming purposes. Its sweet, rooty, deeply relaxing aroma, which is reminiscent of woods and marshlands, is grounding, cooling and nourishing.
Floracopeia's 100% pure Wintergreen essential oil is steam-distilled from leaves that are organically cultivated and ethically harvested in Nepal. This distillation naturally contains 97.4% methyl salicylate, and has a sweet, creamy topnote mixed with woody, herbaceous tones.
Ylang yang beautifully raises the spirit, relaxes mind and body, opens the heart and enhances euphoric sensual moods. It can also inspire creativity, boost self esteem and promote peace, joy and inner trust. This organic ylang-ylang oil from Madagascar is a cooling oil that soothes the heart and acts as a natural calmative. Applied topically or diffused, it also supports cardiac health and promotes balanced blood pressure.
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Safety Guidelines and Considerations
- Bergamot: Though it is generally non-toxic and non-irritating, bergamot is extremely phototoxic. Do not expose skin to sunlight for 12 hours after application. Repeated use may result in contact sensitization, so be sure to rotate between different oils. Do not use on children younger than 5 years of age. Do not take bergamot essential oil internally.
- Blue Camomile: Blue Chamomile is non-toxic, non-irritant and non-sensitizing. Do not take blue chamomile essential oil internally or use during pregnancy.
- Cedar: Non-toxic, non-irritant and non-sensitizing. Avoid use during pregnancy and with children under 6 years. Do not take cedar wood essential oil internally.
- Eucalyptus Radiata: Eucalyptus oil is non-toxic, non-irritant, and non-sensitizing. People with high blood pressure and epilepsy should avoid eucalyptus oil. Excessive use of this oil may cause headaches. Do not take eucalyptus essential oil internally.
- Sweet Fennel: Sweet fennel oil is non-toxic and non-sensitizing. May cause mild skin irritation. Sweet fennel is often contraindicated during pregnancy, for breast-feeding mothers, and in cases of epilepsy and estrogen-linked cancers. Do not take sweet fennel essential oil internally.
- Frankincense Rivae: Non-toxic, non-irritant and non-sensitizing. Do not take frankincense essential oil internally.
- Gingergrass: Gingergrass is non-toxic and non-sensitizing. May be a slight dermal irritant to sensitive skin. Avoid use during pregnancy. Do not take gingergrass essential oil internally.
- Grapefruit: Like other citrus oil, grapefruit is considered non-toxic and non-irritant. Being a member of the citrus family, grapefruit is considered by most to be photo-toxic, therefore avoid UV exposure for 24 hours after topical application. Do not take grapefruit essential oil internally.
- Himalayan Cinnamon: Cinnamon oil is a mucous membrane irritant and strong skin sensitizer. Use only in very low dilution (less than 1%). Do not apply directly to delicate skin or near eyes or mucous membranes, even in dilution. Do not take cinnamon essential oil internally.
- Jatamansi: Do not take spikenard essential oil internally. Though the potential for skin irriation is low, do not apply directly to the eyes or mucous membranes. Do not take jatamansi essential oil internally.
- Lavender: Non-toxic, non-irritating and non-sensitizing. Do not take lavender essential oil internally.
- Lemon: Do not take lemon essential oil internally. Do not apply directly to the skin, eyes or mucous membranes. Lemon essential oil is phototoxic. Potential for Skin Irritation: High. Do not take lemon essential oil internally.
- Lemongrass: Non-toxic, non-sensitizing. Possible irritant to sensitive skin. Do not take lemongrass essential oil internally.
- Mandarin: Mandarin oil is non-toxic and non-irritating but is mildly photo-sensitizing. Do not take mandarin essential oil internally.
- Palmarosa: Palmarosa oil is non-toxic and non-sensitizing. Can be a slight dermal irritant to sensitive skin. Avoid use if pregnant. Do not take palmarosa essential oil internally.
- Palo Santo: Generally non-toxic and non-sensitizing, Palo Santo can be dermotoxic to some if used directly on the skin. Avoid use during pregnancy. Do not take Palo Santo essential oil internally.
- Peppermint: Though it is non-toxic and non-irritating, peppermint may be sensitizing due of its high menthol content, and may cause irritation to the skin and mucous membranes. Do not use on children younger than 7 years of age. Peppermint oil is not compatible with homeopathic treatments. Do not take peppermint essential oil internally.
- Rose Geranium: Non-toxic, non-sensitizing, non-irritant. Do not take geranium essential oil internally.
- Spanish Rosemary: Non-toxic, non-irritant and non-sensitizing when diluted appropriately. Do not apply rosemary neat (undiluted) on skin. Use with caution in cases of high blood pressure and avoid use during pregnancy. Do not take rosemary essential oil internally.
- Sweet Orange: Though a safe non-toxic, non-irritant and non-sensitizing oil, orange oil is considered by most to be photo-toxic. Avoid exposure to direct sunlight after topical application to the skin (even if diluted). Do not take sweet orange essential oil internally.
- Tea Tree: Do not take tea tree oil internally. Do not apply directly to the eyes or mucous membranes. Potential for Skin Irritation: Medium (some people have no reaction to tea tree directly on the skin, while others have extreme reactions–please exercise caution). Do not take tea tree essential oil internally.
- Tulsi: Tulsi essential oil is dermo-caustic and should only be applied topically in extreme dilution of 0.5% or less. Non-toxic and non-sensitizing when diluted appropriately. Do not use during pregnancy. Avoid if susceptible to epilepsy. Do not use on children under two years old. Do not take tulsi essential oil internally.
- Vetiver: Non-toxic, non-irritant and non-sensitizing. Use with caution during pregnancy (small amounts, diluted). Do not take vetiver essential oil internally.
- Wintergreen: Wintergreen is potentially irritating to the skin and mucus membranes. Do not use peppermint essential oils directly on the skin undiluted. Do not take essential oils internally.
- Ylang-ylang: Ylang-ylang is classed as non-toxic, non-irritant and non-sensitizing, however excessive use has been reported to lead to headaches and nausea. Do not take ylang-ylang essential oil internally.