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» Aniseed Oil
The Aniseed oil we sell is extracted from pimpinella anisum seeds which Sometimes known as sweet cumin seeds. Please do not confuse it with star anise oil as the family of star anise is completely different.
It has warm, spicy odor which is quite popular in aromatherapy industry. It helps in easing discomfort of stomach, boost immune system and help with mind relation problem such as introverted-ness and fear. It improves digestion; help us to breathe easily by stimulating the lung muscles. Some blends having anise oil helps in migraine because of high Anethol contents, which is the major constituent of this essential oil.
It is in liquid form in room temperature but if the temperature down below 15 degree Celsius. It starts freezing and become solidify below 10 degree Celsius. We have to put the bottle into warm water bowl or hand-warmed before using it.
The Anise is mostly originated from Middle Eastern Areas, but not cultivated in Europe, USA and India. It is an yearly herb, plant size is around 80-90 cm (2 feet) high with delicate leaves, small white colour flowers and grayish brown seeds. This herb is used in ancient times, especially by Romans and Egyptians.
Aniseed essential oil is also very popular in wine industry.
The therapeutic properties of aniseed oil are antiseptic, antispasmodic, carminative, diuretic, expectorant, stimulant, galactagogue, stomachic, insecticide, laxative and parasiticide.
Aniseed oil can be useful in the treatment of muscular aches and pains, rheumatism, bronchitis, whooping cough, colic, cramp, flatulence, indigestion, catarrh and hangovers.
The essential oil includes the following chemical compounds; a-pinene, camphene, b-pinene, linalool, cis-anethole, trans-anethole, safrole, anisaldehyde and acetoanisole.
29 Oct, 2012
» Clove Bud Oil and Leaf Oil

Clove Oil is well known for one of the powerful natural analgesic and antiseptic among essential oils. It is majorly used in dentistry and it primary component is Eugenol. It is well known for dental pain relief; toothache etc and one can find it in health food stores and aromatherapies. In the field of pharmaceuticals, it is highly used in Syrups, bronchitis and common cold medications. It is also sometimes used in fever and sore throat infections.  The major production countries are Madagascar and Indonesia. But also produced in some southern placed of India and Sri Lanka.

We are one of the supplier of clove oil from India, selling online clove oil, wholesale clove oil, clove bud oil, clove leaf oil.

There are three types of clove essential oil

30 Oct, 2009
» Lemon Essential Oils and Its Properties

Lemon oil is well known essential oil and highly used in perfumery as well as aromatherapy. It has numerous health benefits. The name Lemon comes from Arabic word “laimun” or Persian word “limun”. In ancient times, crusaders introduced this oil and digged out the oil from the fruit using cold compression. In Asia, it has been used for making of several perfumes and also in foods.

Lemon Essential Oil has a lot of health benefits such as antimicrobial, antibacterial, tonic, anti-rheumatic, diuretic, anti-anemic, and antiseptic therapeutic properties. One can use for making concentration and make us focused in life. The all edible fruit oil also relaxes the stomach by decreasing the acid level of the belly. It can be used as a tonic for daily body ailments like Indigestion, Gout, Rheumatism, poor circulation and Arthritis. It has great values to mankind as it has lots of Vitamin A and Vitamin C and more others.

The latin name of Lemon oil is Citrus Limonum, more commonly it is called Citrus Limon. It helps a lot in treatment of acne. The list of therapeutic properties is not yet over there are a lot more being researched these days. It has pale yellowish color. The consistency is thin. It looks like waterly. The lemon oil stands well up to 1 year after manufacturing. Lemon oil is also highly used in vapor therapy.
SHIVA EXPORTS INDIA , is one of the leading manufacturer and exporter of lemon essential oil from India. For more details and bulk inquiry, please feel free to contact with us.

I am a distiller of Lemon Oil since many years. We have production of chamomile oil, Sandalwood Oil and other wholesale essential oils.


29 Oct, 2009
» Rosemary Essential oil

Rosemary Essential oil selling here online is extracted from Rosmarinus officinalis which is a woody and perenial herb with having fragrance like pine needle and somewhat camphor. It is basically native to Mediterranean region and coastal regions of India. It basically belong to the mint family Lamiaceae, which is gaving many more famous herbs.

The Online Rosemary Oil we are selling here is having carnosic acid natually which protect brain from free radicals. Lower the risk of brain strokes and other neurodegenerative disease like Alzheimer''s and Lou Gehrig''s.

One can buy Rosemary Oil which is having potential biological active compounds like carnosic acid and rosmarinic acid. Other bioactive compounds include camphor (up to 20% in dry rosemary leaves), caffeic acid, ursolic acid, betulinic acid, rosmaridiphenol, and rosmanol.

Potential side effects
When rosemary is harvested appropriately and used within recommended guidelines, side effects are minimal. A few instances of allergic skin reactions to topical preparations containing rosemary have been reported.

Rosemary blends well with; frankincense oil, valerian oil, grapefruit oil, petitgrain oil, lavender oil, lemongrass oil, basil oil, cedarwood oil, thyme oil, peppermint oil, lemon oil, lime oil, eucalyptus oil, neroli oil, petitgrain oil, bergamot oil, clove oil, black pepper oil, juniper berry oil, marjoram oil, pine oil and sandalwood oil.

One can buy rose mary oil from supplying in best prices. Selling online as well as in wholesale quantities. 

29 Oct, 2009
» Lavender Essential Oils and Its properties

Lavender Oil Kashmir is produced by steam distillation of flower spikes of Lavender Oil Ex Lavandula Angustifolia found in Indian Kashmir valley.  Two forms are distinguished, lavender flower oil, a colorless oil, insoluble in water, having a density of 0.885 g/mL; and lavender spike oil, a distillate from the herb Lavandula latifolia, having density 0.905 g/mL.
Similar to all other essential oils, it is not a pure compound; it is complex mixture oil several aromatic molecules such as linalool, linalyl acetate.
Therapeutic uses of Kashmir Lavender Oil
The lavender oil Kashmir is not only used in perfumes, but also used in Aromatherapy. The odor of lavender oil is having calming effect which results relaxation and reduce the anxiety. Kashmir Lavender oil is very famous and cultivating and distilling in foothills of Himalayas. It sometimes also helps in headache when breathed in as vapor or diluted with jojoba/almond and rubbed on the forehead. Lavender oil also helps in aid of cough and respiratory infection.
In the field of Alternative medicine, lavender oil can exist in first aid box for giving a lot of common ailment due to anti septic properties. There are certain uses; some of them are as follows:

  1. Lavender oil may be used as an antiseptic and pain reliever to be applied on minor burns.
  2. Kashmir Lavender Oil can also be used and having very powerful effects on insect bites and stings. One can use it best using cotton wool pad to the infected area.
  3. Wholesale lavender oil is highly used in massage oil manufacturing which may be effective in joint pain relief and muscle pain.  1 ml lavender essential oil can be applied on 30 ml of jojoba before applying on skin.  For asthmatic and bronchitis spasm, 1ml can be mixed with few drops Chamomile German oil with some carrier oil, say Jojoba.
  4. Pure Lavender Oil can be used for treatment of head lice, 6-11 drops of oil can be diluted in water to produce a hair rinse solution, which a few drop can also be added to comb to eliminate nits.
  5. The Lavender Oil from India is being researched for breast, ovarian, pancreatic, liver and prostate cancer treatments.

Research showing that lavender oil India is cytotoxic as well as photosensitizing.  It is cytotoixic for human skin cells at a concentration of 0.25%. The linalool which is major component of lavender oil leading the activity of whole oil and proven the most active component. The Linalool is also found in Basil Oil majorly.

I am a distiller of Lavender Essential Oil since many years. We have production of chamomile oil, Sandalwood Oil and other wholesale essential oils.


28 Oct, 2009
» Blends of Essential Oils

Blends of Essential Oils

In this era of natural essential oils and aromatherapy there are several special blends and aromatherapy blends are available to treat the various ailments in most effective way. In western world, these aromatherapy blends can be found easily and one can also make their own blends with having little deep information about the therapeutic effects of essential oils. There are so many areas, where one can use these blends; some of described below in very precise manner.

Essential oil bath
The essential oils can be used during bathing to get most healing properties throughout the body. Some essential oils are highly suggested for use during bath such as lavender. If one have some good quality
lavender essential oil such as Lavandula Angustifolia (Lavender Oil Kashmir). Put 1 drop along with any good carrier oil such as Almond Sweet and stir properly with the bathing water before taking bath, Left your body for at least 15 minutes to get the whole healing properties of Lavender Essential Oil.
The bath gels and after bath showers are also made commercially using Lavender, Jasmine and other skin sensitive essential oils but one must take care of their skin sensitivity and make the ration of almond and essential oil accordingly.

Natural Insect Repellent
Insects are one of the important issues at home and essential oils are highly useful to repel the mosquitoes or bees without being harmful to the human body. Citronella oil, Lemongrass oil etc is one of the most popular Insect repellent used at home,
You can make the repellent spray by adding these essential oils including Lavender or
Eucalyptus Oil in distilled water or alcohol before spraying at home. It will also work as the room freshener.

Essential Oil Cream or Lotion
If you want to get a glorious and healthier skin naturally, essential oils are only option. You can use the essential oil as a cream and lotion. For making these creams at home, use
natural Jojoba Oil which is known for natural moisturizing wax available in this world with rose oil, jasmine oil or lavender oil to treat the skin naturally.
You can make the blend and in store it in amber glass bottle to store it for long time. The Jojoba oil and rose oil have very powerful skin treatment features and ingredients.
We are exporting
100% Pure Essential Oils from India. The is having wholesale essential oils, pure essential oils, natural essential oils, therapeutic grade essential oils and carrier oils. is becoming one the leading supplier of natural essential oils. We produce essential oils using steam distillation, cold pressed extraction, co2 extraction and solvent extraction methods. We supply wholesale essential oils as well as discount essential oils. For more details about Natural Essential oils, please feel free to contact Essential Oils Company. The main products we produce are Rose Oil, Sandalwood Oil, Jasmine Oil (Sambac), Jasmine Oil (Grandiflorum), Ginger Oil, Black Pepper Oil, Nutmeg Essential Oil, Peppermint Oil and Spearmint Oils.

6 Oct, 2009
» Cardamom Oil and Its refreshing aroma

About Cardamom Oil

From , pure Cardamom Oil extracted using Steam distillation from whole fruits of Cardamom grown in South India. This oil is also available in co2 total extract version, retaining nice spicy complexity. For CO2 Extract of Cardamom, please call or email.

Natural Cardamom oil is known for a good digestive tonic and it also a component of many sensual aphrodisiac blends. The basic aroma is same as cardamom pods freshly picked up from the farm. In our perspective Steam distilled is better than Co2 Extract of Cardamom oil. Physically the oil is deep pale colored, rich and little viscous oil. It has middle note. It is known as delighted bulk essential oils in our collection of 100+ essential oils. The basic aroma is pleasing, completive and seems very attractive. It is very useful for a new perfumer to give very sensual smell without doing a lot with aromas and blending.  Cardamom Oil is also used in Pharmaceutical syrups, food flavors and other drinks to give a pleasing digestive note.

The cardamom oil aroma is so much elevating that can attract tranquil and lucidity. Cardamom oil can arouse the vital energy (Qi) of the lungs and is especially beneficial when coughing or bronchial mucus is the result of digestive weakness. One of the best ways to use cardamom for bronchial support is to add a few drops to a basin filled with hot water and do a steam inhalation for several minutes. This process is used since ancient times in India.

If we talk about British Herbal Pharmacopoeia, The cardamom oil is recommended for flatulence and dyspepsia and it has ability to treat them well.  Cardamom oil helps relieving spasm, mucous and very useful for treatment of colitis, IBS (Irritable bowel syndrome), indigestion and cramps. If one is suffering from digestive problems due to nervous tension, the cardamom oil can help him better. So because of these properties, it stands on category of digestive problems treating agents with black pepper oil, clove oil, nutmeg oil etc. It also helps to treat nausea and morning sickness.

Cardamom Essential Oil is an antiseptic essential oil with booster of phagocytic action of the immune system. One can also used it in massage blends and tonic for skin care due to its anti-fungal properties.
The Essential Oil of Cardamom is extracted from seeds of plant Elettaria cardamomum. This plant is highly useful in Asian as well as Indian cookery. Due to warming properties , it is now highly recommend in massages and headache relieving blends in place of Peppermint Essential Oil, Spearmint Essential Oils. It has pretty uplifting, invigorating and refreshing aroma with nice taste.

We are Supplier of Cardamom Oil in wholesale quantities. We are also producing and exporting Natural Essential OilsWholesale Essential OilsBulk Essential Oils. The major dealing essential oils are Rose OilJasmine OilSandalwood Oil and many more Therapeutic Grade essential oils. We are also selling Online Cardamom Oil

Mr. Ankur Tandon - Natural Essential Oils - I am a distiller of natural essential oils, absolutes and attars such as Cardamom Oil. I have several years experience on distillation, customized perfumery etc.

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4 Oct, 2009
» Aromatherapy Essential Oils and Massage Oils

Both aromatherapy and massage is effective in achieving many things for both the body and mind and knowing how to combine the two properly will result in great benefits for you and also whoever it is that you are massaging.

There are many benefits to be had from aromatherapy and massage and one of the most fun is the effect it will have on your romance and love life. However there are more benefits than this and you can use massage with essential oils to relieve high blood pressure and helps the digestive system, reduces stress, headaches, insomnia and poor quality of sleep, easing aches and pains and illnesses associated with conditions such as arthritis or chronic fatigue syndrome. It can also help in weight loss, to tone the body and improve skin tone.

Remembering that the pure essential oils can be flammable, candles can be a great way to set the massage mood and scented candles are a great idea to relax the person that is being massaged. Just keep the oils away and you should be fine. Make sure your candles are scented with real essential oils as well for added benefit.

Massages should be relaxing experiences so when you are using pure essential oils in a massage, remember to be gentle. Your movements should be firm but not painful and never massage over broken skin or over areas where a bone has been broken or fractured. You want the massage to be a nice experience and not an excruciating one.

Always remember to check whether or not the essential oils that you are using in massage are suitable to be used on the skin. Some are not as they can be toxic. All essential oils should be diluted in someway, as essential oils are very strong and can causes burns if applied to the skin directly. They are best used in a carrier oil or moisturizer. Make sure you arm yourself with as much information as possible prior to beginning. If you are blending different essential oils together, try to follow a "recipe" or experiment first to make sure the smell is pleasing and not irritating.

Creating the atmosphere is important when giving an aromatherapy oils massage and as well as the candles that you may have set up for the occasion, you may want to consider getting rid of any distractions such as the television, radio, (unless it is soothing music) and the children! Distractions will interfere with the massage and it will not be an enjoyable experience both for the masseur and also the person who is on the receiving end.

We are exporting essential oils from India. This online essential oils shop is basically for small consumer of natural essential oils , aromatic chemicals and absolutes. For getting wholesale essential oils and bulk essential oils, please contact

Essential Oils collection is as follows:

Ankur Tandon - Wholesale Essential Oils

I am a distiller of essential oils, absolutes and attars. I have several years experience on quality distillation, standard fragrance oil etc.

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2 Oct, 2009
» Jasmine Absolute Profile

Botanical Name: Jasminum grandiflorum

Common Method of Extraction: Solvent Extracted

Color: Deep Brown with a Golden Tinge

Consistency: Medium

Perfumery Note: Middle

Strength of Initial Aroma: Strong

Constituents: Benzyl zcetate, linalool, benzyl alcohol, indole, benzyl benzoate, cis-jasmone, geraniol, methyl anthranilate, p.cresol, farnesol, cis-3-hexenyl benzoate, eugenol, nerol, ceosol, benzoic acide, benzaldehyde, y-terpineol, nerolidol, isophytol, phytol. [B. Lawrence, "Jasmine Oil," Perfumer & Flavorist, November 1977, 36, cited in Salvatore Battaglia, The Complete Guide to Aromatherapy (Australia: The Perfect Potion, 1997), 170.]

For more details, please click :  Jasmine Absolute
10 May, 2009
» Amyris Oil - Alternative of Sandalwood Oil

Amyris oil is one of the less appearing but highly useful essential oil. There is no such historical background available. The tree from which the Amyris oil is extracted was not introduced until 1886. Sometime, it was considered and recognized to be sandalwood oil but actually it was the different species.

Amyris essential oil is having bottom note which remain as it as when all over the scent evaporated. It has long lasting and on a paper strip It can last long. The smell is quite earthy and sweet link sandalwood oil. It is found in the category of Amber oil, Nagarmotha oil (also called Cypriol oil ), Thyme oil and Cinnamon Oil.

Middle note are essential oils that possess flowery or spicy scents and promote the emotional balance. Top notes are pure essential oils that are refreshing and mentally stimulating. Amyris Oil is highly used for perfume making and note balancing

3 Nov, 2008
» How we prepare theraputic grade oils ?

Therapeutic Grade Essential Oils

You know that essential oils are distilled from plants and that they have powerful healing properties.  You know that they are used by massage therapists, for aromatherapy, and even cooking! But how ? Only 2% of Essential Oils selling in the world are real theraputic grade. A trader have very low probability to supply quality oils. Only a true Distiller like Essential Oils Company can supply the true therapeutic grade oils. There are some methods which we adopting for producing therapeutic grade oils.

Testing by using Gas Chromatography

We have our own GC / MS and GLC equipped laboratory for differentiating imposters from the real McCoys. We measure whether the each components of particular essential oils there in standard percentage and if there is no foreign particle in the composition. If only two primary constituents do not meet precise percentages, the oil cannot be AFNOR or ISO certified--although the oil may qualify as Grade A. Gas Chromatography also test the oil for adulteration. We are using 60- meter coloum for deeper testing of the oil for their purity.An oil''''s purity can be affected by myriad environmental factors: geographical region, altitude, climate, soil, growing conditions and harvest method and season. Even the time of day the plant is harvested can affect the oil''''s purity! Producing genuine Therapeutic Grade essential oils is indeed a fine art. 

Way of distillation :

The way of distillation is also matter the quality of the oil. 
and Therapeutic Grade oils mandate preserving as many of the plant''''s compounds as possible. Therapeutic Grade essential oils must only be distilled in stainless steel cooking chambers at lowest possible pressure and lowest possible temperature. Extremely high temperature and high pressure, or contact with chemically reactive metals such as copper or aluminum can quickly destroy delicate compounds.

We Essential Oils Company is producing real therapeutic grade essential oils such as rose oil, sandalwood oil, chamomile oil, lemongrass oil and many more perfume oils as well as fragrance oils.

3 Nov, 2008
» Tree Tree Oil profile

Tea Tree Oil , Botanical Name: Melaleuca Alternifolia

Introduction: Tea Tree is found in Australian Coastal areas. The oil is extracted from the leaves of Melaleuca Alternifolia. It belongs to the Myrtle family. The Essential Oils is extracted by using steam distillation method and highly used in aromatherapy.

Overview of Tea Tree Oil: The history of Tea Tree Oil is starts from Australia and earlier it was used for treating skin infections and bacterial infections etc. Now it is proved to use tea tree oil in antibiotic medicine development because it is highly resistant to particular bacteria which are causing skin infections. Some scientists claim that it also boosts the immune system but they are not certain evidence available. It should never be swallowed or taken internally in any case.

Promotion of Tea Tree in aromatherapy: Enthusiastic believes tea tree essential oil is an antiseptic and they always use it for fighting germs. It has also been used for treating cuts, minor burns, athlete’s foot, and insect bites. Some claim it can also be used for treating bacterial as well as fungal infections, wound infections, gum infections, acne, head lice, eczema, vaginal candidiasis (a yeast infection), colds, pneumonia, and other respiratory illnesses. There is much evidence available that the tea tree oil can treat the bacterial infections.

Household cleaner now started using Tea Tree Oil in their formula because it is being promoted that the tea tree oil is an alternative for the products having cancer-causing chemicals, such as formaldehyde.

Tea tree oil can be dissolved in water for using it in full potency. There are many goods available in market having tea tree oil as a major ingredient like ointments, creams, lotions and also soap. Tea Tree Oil is often sold in amber glass bottle because light may affect its potency due to Oxidation. When one is using the same to treat skin infections or fungi, the oil must be properly diluted wit any good carrier oil like almond or jojoba. The oil is also found in deodorants, shampoos, soaps, antiseptic first aid creams, cosmetics and household cleansing products.

There is only condition to take the Tea Tree Oil internally is, to mix it with any intake approved vaporizer formula so that the vapor can be inhaled. The oil is sometimes used in mouth wash for treating canker sore or other bacterial infections.

History of Tea Tree Oil:

The aborigines of Australia who inhabit Australia, Tasmania and other nearby islands were the first who got into knowledge of Tea Tree and its oil’s properties thousands of years ago. They store in their First Aid box during their exploration in forests of Australia. They treated cuts, burns, and skin infections by crushing the leaves of the tree and applying them to cuts and injuries. Captain Cook made the first tea using its leaves and he coined the name Tea tree.

In early 1920s , Australian physicians began research over the properties of Tea Tree Oil by using the oil to clean wounds and prevent foreign bacterial infections after surgery. The carbolic acid was used earlier as an antiseptic during surgery but by and by the tea tree oil was being used as a natural replacement. After getting popularity in hospitals, people of Australia promoted it to use in household remedy for skin conditions and fungus infections. During the World War II, it was highly promoted and included into the First Aid box of Australian Soldiers and sailors.

After the invention of penicillin and other antibiotics, tea tree oil went out of favor as an antiseptic until the 1980s, when it was discovered that some bacteria were resistant to certain antibiotics, such as methicillin and vancomycin. Today, there is renewed interest in Tea Tree Oil in alternative medicine.

We Essential Oils India , an Essential oil company , producing tea tree oil and also importing this from real origin Australia in very bulk packing of tea tree oil. We are also exporting tea tree oil to worldwide and also supplying to many industries such as Pharmaceuticals, Skin Care , and Spa.

28 Oct, 2008
» Benefits of Tea Tree Oil

The Tea Tree is basically originated in Australia. Earlier its leaves were used for treating skin allergies and infections. Captain Cook’s sailors came into the shore of New South Wales in 1770 and make tea using tea tree leaves and then the name of the plant appeared as Tea Tree. Further some researchers found the medicinal properties in the leaved of this tree and the idea of extracting essential oil take place.

Benefits: The tea tree oil have 40 % of Terpine - 4 – ol which is required for fending off, treating bacterial as well as fungus infections.

Uses for Tea Tree Oil:

Minor Cuts-

The oil can be used for minor cuts, scrapes, insect bites/stings, etc. The oil helps create a barricade on your skin that helps deter the growth of fungi. It will decrease the chance of infection, lessen scarring, and speed up the healing process.

Fungal Infections-

Tea tree oil can help with fungal infections, such as jock itch, athletes’ foot, etc. It has been revealed to help fight off the fungus that causes many topical infections such as those mentioned above.


You can also find tea tree oil helpful with warts. Warts are caused by viruses, and sometimes the oil can be effective in healing.


When used in hair products, tea tree oil may help with dandruff and head lice. Studies have shown that the oil helps diminish dandruff, and even kill head lice.


Tea tree oil contains anti-bacterial and therapeutic skin elements that have proven to be helpful for healing acne. When locating acne medication, the ones containing 15% or more of tea tree oil are the most effective.

Other Treatments-

Tea tree oil can also be used to treat vaginal yeast infection. The oil when used as a vapor in a bath can also be beneficial with lung problems.

You can find tea tree oil in a variety of beauty products, including soaps toothpaste, shampoos, skin creams and lotions, lip balms, and essential oils.


The oil may irritate sensitive skin, and may even cause an allergic reaction in some people. The best way to avoid this is to test the product on a small area of your skin before use. If your skin becomes red and/or swollen, you may be allergic and should stop use of the product.

Remember that the oil from the tea tree leaves is for external use only. Do not ever consume the oil, and always avoid eye contact. If you do consume the oil, you need to contact your local poison control center immediately.

If you are considering substituting a prescription medication with tea tree oil, you must discuss this first with your health care professional.

Other Notes:

The scientific name for the tea tree is Melaleuca alternifolia.

The oil with the best quality originates only from the Melaleuca alternifolia tree. Oil from other species of trees (which some products do use) will be far less effective and may exasperate your skin.

26 Oct, 2008
» Essential Oils and Safety

Essential oils are highly concentrated liquids that can be harmful if not used carefully. Implementing aromatherapy into your lifestyle shouldn''''''''''''''''t cause paranoia or undue worry. By treating essential oils as medicines and following the steps outlined below, you will be well on your way to safely enjoying the many benefits that aromatherapy can offer.

These safety guidelines are not a complete safety reference for the proper use ofessential oils. When in doubt, consult your physician and/or a qualified and trained aromatherapy practitioner.

  • Essential oils should never be used undiluted on the skin. There are instances when experienced aromatherapy users and practitioners make exceptions to this precaution, but only once significant essential oil knowledge is gained should you ever attempt to apply undiluted oil on the skin. Lavender Oil and tea tree oil are listed by a large number of aromatherapy sources as being oils that can be used undiluted. Undiluted use of lavender oil and tea tree oil, however, should be avoided as severe sensitivity still could occur in some individuals. Again, the safest rule of thumb is to never use any essential oil undiluted.
  • Some oils can cause sensitization or allergic reactions in some individuals. When using new oil for the first time, do a skin patch on a small area of skin. Place a small amount of the diluted essential oil (never use essential oils undiluted on the skin) on the inside of your elbow and apply a bandage. Wait 24 hours to see if there is any form of reaction. Even if a particular natural therapeutic gade essential oils is not known to cause irritation, this step should not be ignored. Even if oil does not irritate you, it still can irritate someone else. It is important that you always keep that in mind.
  • Some wholesale essential oils should be avoided during pregnancy or by those with asthma, epilepsy, or with other health conditions.
  • Less IS More. When using essential oils, use the smallest amount of essential oils that will get the job done. If one drop will get the job done, for example, don''''''''t use two drops.
  • Not all pure essential oils are suitable for use in aromatherapy. Wormwood, pennyroyal, onion, camphor, horseradish, wintergreen, rue, bitter almond and sassafras are some of the essential oils that should only be used by qualified aromatherapy practitioners, if ever at all.
  • Never let children use essential oils without the presence of an adult knowledgeable about their use. Most essential oils smell wonderful and many essential oils such as citrus oils can smell like they are safe to drink. Keep your essential oils away from children. Treat the oils like medicines that are poison in unknowing hands.
  • Essential oils should not be taken internally. Essential oils should only be taken internally after receiving a detailed consultation and prescription from a trained and qualified aromatherapy practitioner.
  • Essential oils are flammable. Please keep them out of the way of fire hazards.

We essential oils producer always recommend to take full caution before using essential oils internally and externally. Thanks!!! 

25 Oct, 2008
» Selecting quality oils
Selecting quality oils:

One should never use synthetic oils and oils extracted by chemical solvents. Many synthetic oils on the market today replicate the fragrances of natural oils, and many people unknowingly use them, hopig to derive their benefits. The synthetic chemicals that create these products do not contain the beneficial properties of pure plant oils. In addition, may synthetic compounds can be very irritating to the body and nervous system. Oils extracted with solvents contain toxic residue harmful to the body. It is imortant to select unrefined carrier oils, and essential oils extracted by steam distillation or which have been pressed mechanically or by an expeller.

25 Oct, 2008
» How we refine base oils?
How we refine Base Oils ?

After extacting base oil from the plants, we get the refined material. There are following steps can be taken :
  • Degumming: This process removes the biological part of the plant like Chlorophyll, lecithin, vitamins, and minerals.
  • Refining : An Alkaline solution , sodium hydroxide (lye), is added into base oil for refining.
  • Bleaching: Fuller''''''''s Earth is added as a bleaching agent and then filtered out , further removing nutritive substances. This process makes the oil transparent or clear.
  • Deodorizing: For deodorizing the oil, we should put the oil into higher temperatures like 450 degree F (230 degrees C) for 30 to 60 minutes.
  • Winterizing : The base oil again cooled and again filtered. This process prevents the oil from becoming cloudy during cold temperatures. The finished product is nutrient-deficient; only fatty acids remain.
Several synthetic antioxidants are usually added to replace the natural antioxidants present in the oil prior to the refining process.

The base oils we are offering : Jojoba, Almond , Black Cumin and Neem
25 Oct, 2008
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