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16. Labdanum 10% (Cistus ladaniferus - Spain)

Labdanum is the fragrance of perfumed prophecies; this warm, amber elixir is the absolute version of Rock Rose Essential Oil. The ancient Egyptians have burned it as fragrant incense. Similar in scent to musk and ambergris, Labdanum is a sought-after absolute used in perfumery to emulate some of the worlds most precious fragrances. It has powerful, characteristic amber odor. The only plant to have amber notes similar to those of ambergris, it is also known as vegetable ambergris, which found mainly in southern Spain, in Andalusia.


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17. May Chang (Litsea cubeba - Indonesia)

May Chang or called "Litsea Cubeba" is native to China. The lemon-scented oil is extracted from the fruits and very rich in citral with some linalol. Litsea cubeba is valuable in skin care as it is non-irritant, very antiseptic and effective in treating oily skin, acne and spots with no risk of phtosensitivity, it's widely used as a replacement of citrus oils in facial application. It reduces excessive perspiration and it's refreshing scent can be used as a very good deodorant. Being antiseptic and deodorising, May Chang is very suitable to use as an air-refreshener.


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18. Spearmint (Mentha spicata - South Africa)

Spearmint has a dual action by cooling when hot and warming when cold. This makes it a good remedy for colds by halting mucus and fevers and encouraging perspiration, useful in respiratory disorders generally as well as dry coughs and sinus congestion. It has a relaxing and slightly anesthetic effect on stomach muscles, may be helpful for kidney and liver disorders. Its cooling nature seems to relieve states of anger and nervous trembling, excellent for mental fatigue and depression. Blend well with Cypress, Lavender, Marjoram and Rosemary.


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19. Valerian Root 10% (Valeriana officinalis - Nepal)

Valerian, highly esteemed since medieval times, was once referred to as "all heal". It has been used for a variety of complaints, especially where there is nervous tension or restlessness, such as insomnia, migraines, dysmenorrhea, intestinal colic, rheumatism, and as a pain reliever. It has the ability to relax the central nervous system and smooth muscle groups. It has been used as a sleeping aid for hundreds of years, particularly when there is excitation or difficulty falling asleep due to nervousness.


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20. Bay West Indian (Pimenta racemosa - India)

Bay is an excellent essential oil for hair care. It stimulates the scalp, eliminates dandruff, and restores body and tone to oily, damaged, and lifeless hair. Its unique, masculine fragrance is great for massage oils and relieving body aches and pains. It is also effective in steam inhalations as an antiseptic for the respiratory system. Additionally, it has a stimulating effect on the mind and emotions. Psychologically, it has no specific indications but its masculine scent is often suitable for those who dislike sweeter smelling essential oils.


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21. Kaffir Lime Peel (Citrus hystrix DC. - Thailand)

The soothing and sedative properties of this oil make it an excellent remedy for anxiety, depression, and nervous tension. Its refreshing and cool nature can help to soothe anger and frustration, likely by reducing the activity of the sympathetic nervous system. It's also beneficial for respiratory infections, including breathing difficulties. This oil is also a great addition to hair care products to reduce hair loss and heal the scalp. However, it's important to avoid prolonged exposure to sunlight after use as it increases the skin's sensitivity to the sun.


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22. Lemon (Citrus limon - Spain)

Lemon essential oil is derived from the cold pressing of lemon peels. It is known for its fresh, citrusy aroma and is commonly used in aromatherapy for its uplifting and energizing properties. It also boasts numerous health benefits, such as boosting the immune system, promoting digestion, and reducing inflammation. When it comes to mental benefits, lemon essential oil is believed to help with concentration, stress, and anxiety. It's also popularly used as a natural cleaning agent and can be used to freshen up the smell of your home.


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23. Lime (Citrus aurantifolia - South Africa)

Lime, similar to other citrus oils, is beneficial for lymphatic massage, oily skin, and acne treatment. It has antiseptic, anti-viral, astringent, bactericide, febrifuge, and tonic properties. Lime also works as a good digestive tonic, it can help to stimulate the production of bile, and it can also help to alleviate nausea and vomiting. It's refreshing and uplifting, helping to relieve fatigue, apathy, and depression. It makes an interesting addition to mood perfumes and massage oils. Avoid use if you have very sensitive skin or before sun exposure.


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24. Peppermint (Mentha piperita - England)

Peppermint has a dual action by cooling when hot and warming when cold. This makes it a good remedy for colds by halting mucus and fevers and encouraging perspiration, useful in respiratory disorders generally as well as dry coughs and sinus congestion. It has a relaxing and slightly anesthetic effect on stomach muscles, may be helpful for kidney and liver disorders. Its cooling nature seems to relieve states of anger and nervous trembling, excellent for mental fatigue and depression. Blend well with Cypress, Lavender, Marjoram and Rosemary.


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25. Spikenard 10% (Nardostachys jatamansi - Nepal)

Spikenard is native to northern India and Nepal. It has been prized for its healing properties and perfume since antiquity. It's an aromatic herb , closely related to Valerian. The oil is warming, drying and diuretic, good for kidney and liver problems, inflammation of all kinds. It has balancing effect on the menstrual cycle, helpful for all allergic skin reactions and all kinds of rashes. It can be used in massage oil for the treatment of cellulite with diuretic, detoxifying and relaxing properties. Blend well with Lavender, Juniper Berry and Rosemary.


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26. Tea Tree (Melaleuca alternifolia - Australia)

Tea Tree is the most medicinal of the essential oils, with powerful anti-microbial activity against all three of the infectious organisms: bacteria, viruses and fungi. When diffused in an oil burner, tea tree is particularly helpful in preventing the spread of air-borne infections. Together with its powerful immuno-stimulant properties, it is a real ally in combating many illnesses and ailments. Overall, it is penetrating, medicinal and stimulating. Psychologically, it invigorates mind, body and spirit; inspires confidence; Tea Tree also strengthens subtle energies.


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27. Wintergreen (Gaultheria procumbens - Nepal)

Wintergreen oil extracted from the leaves. It has sweet minty aroma, very similar to Peppermint Oil and has wide variety of uses in aromatherapy and body products for its energizing and immune enhancing properties since it lowers inflammation and reduces pain. Diluted wintergreen oil can be applied topically or diffused via a vaporizer. It's popularly used for treating or relieving certain health conditions. It's most renowned as a pain reliever for muscular problems. In fact, it is usually added to liniments and topical pain relievers.


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28. Fennel Sweet (Foeniculum vulgare - Spain)

Fennel sweet, a sought-after essential oil, is renowned for its detoxifying properties and often used in lymphatic massage. Its diuretic properties aid in eliminating toxins, making it a powerful urinary-tract antiseptic. It can also alleviate flatulence and digestive issues, balance menstrual cycles and ease hormone fluctuations during menopause. On a psychological level, fennel sweet is protective, warming and grounding. A few drops, when rubbed between the palms and brushed over the aura, can safeguard against psychic disturbance.


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29. Lavandin (Lavandula hybrida grosso - France)

Lavandin is a hybrid between True Lavender and Spike Lavender. The yield of this oil is normally 2-3 times higher than True Lavender that cause the oil is much cheaper and now is increasingly cultivated. Should not be confused with Lavender, Lavandin is not suitable for skin burn treatment just like lavender due to high content of Camphor and Eucalyptol. It's good for refreshing in the bath for respiratory system and very effective as an inhalation for colds, catarrh, sinusitis and clearing headaches. It's also good for muscular pain and stifffness.


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30. Lavender Abs. 10% (Lavandula angustifolia - France)

This Fine Lavender absolute is from Provence, southern of France. This product is different to Lavender Provence essential oil because it's extracted by solvent extraction process instead of traditional steam distillation process, so, it is not an essential oil but it's an absolute. The aroma of this lavender absolute is much better than lavender essential oil as it has the scent exactly the same as lavender flowers just like you're standing in the lavender field. This absolute is suitable for making perfume of lavender instead of making skincare products.


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