Eco-Projects & Distillers

Each product we share with you comes from a variety of ecological sources throughout the world.

Each source holds an inspiring story — of hardworking communities, organic agriculture, sustainable agroforestry, economic upliftment, grassroots healthcare, and the preservation of ethnobotanical culture.

We know it’s important to you that each product leaves positive footprints behind on its journey to you. It means the world to us, too.

Below are just a few of the stories of our distillers and sources throughout the world.

Watch: The Floracopeia Story Of Discovering And Working With Our Eco-Projects

ESSENTIAL & CARRIER OILS

South Africa

The Floracopeia line of southern Africa oils includes citruses, medicinals, florals, and carrier oils. Read More

VETIVER

Haiti

Haiti is the leading producer of high quality, sweet, smooth and earthy Vetiver essential oil in the world. Read More

OILS, ATTARS & INCENSE

India

Vetiver harvested in the Rajasthan desert, luscious florals from the tropics, and Himalayan lavender and cedar. Read More

OILS & RESINS

Ethiopia

A variety of extraordinary frankincense and myrrh oils are produced by a chemist, researcher and master distiller. Read More

OILS

Madagascar

This inspiring distiller supports independent farmers and is committed to planting 50,000+ trees every year. Read More

PALO SANTO

Ecuador

Palo santo is one of the most important trees used in traditional ethno-botanical medicine of South America. Read More

MYRRH

Namibia

A community-built and owned trust distills this oil to ensure community and environmental sustainability.  Read More

HYDROSOLS & CARRIER OILS

Fiji

This line of extraordinary aromatic treasures are based on the ethnobotanical knowledge of the Fijian islands. Read More

SANDALWOOD

Hawaii

The trees harvested for distillation are selected with the wellbeing of the entire forest in mind. Read More

AGARWOOD

Thailand

This project helps reduce illegal harvesting of wild agarwood trees by replacing them with an agro-forestry system. Read More

FRANKINCENSE

Oman

Trees that have been harvested for two years are then left to rest for a year to avoid overstressing them. Read More

CINNAMON

Sri Lanka

Floracopeia has partnered with a cinnamon farm stewarding 25 pristine acres of Sri Lankan cinnamon. Read More