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Tea Tree Essential Oil Information
Botanical name: Melaleuca alternifolia
Country of Origin: Australia
Method of Cultivation: Conventionally grown
Method of Extraction: Steam distilled
Part extracted: Leaves
Color: Clear to slightly pale yellow/green
Perfumery Note: Top/Middle

Aroma: Very strong and medicinal smelling. Spicy-camphorous, warm scent. For many people who have experienced the benefits of Tea Tree oil, this scent has become equivalent with the scent of healing.

Consistency: Thin, water-like liquid

Aromatherapy properties: Medicinal, stimulating, purifying.

How to use it: Add up to 5-10 drops to 1 oz. of unscented body or hair care product to enhance their effectiveness. Add 2-3 drops to a bowl of hot water for a purifying steam treatment. Apply to pimples with a Q-tip 2-3 times a day. Refer to specific Aromatherapy literature for more detailed information on how to use this Essential Oil as a healing aid.

Blends well with: Lavender. Essential Oils of spices, like Clove, Nutmeg etc., citrus oils, Rosemary, Geranium, Marjoram and Clary Sage.

 

History:  Australian Aborigines have used Tea Tree and related plants since the beginning of time. They welcomed and saved the crew of Sir Francis from scurvy and exhaustion with a tea brewed from its leaves - hence the name.

Other related AromaLand oils:
Tea Tree, organic  - Grown under certified organic conditions.
Cajeput  - From the same family as Tea Tree, yet more harsh and camphoraceous in aroma.
Niaouli, organic  - The properties of Niaouli are very similar to Tea Tree, but the aroma is softer, sweeter and to many people more pleasant. A great substitute if you have trouble liking the scent of Tea Tree.

AromaLand products with Tea Tree Essential Oil:  
Hand & Nail Treatment elixir

Acne blend.

Home & Travel  sampler pack.

Tea Tree Treat Glycerin Soap,

Clearing Rebalance Facial Peel-off Mask.

Specific Safety information: No known toxicity.

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Tea Tree Organic Essential Oil Information
Botanical name: Melaleuca alternifolia
Country of Origin: Australia
Method of Cultivation: Certified organic
Method of Extraction: Steam distilled
Part extracted: Leaves
Color: Clear to slightly pale yellow/green
Perfumery Note: Top/Middle

Aroma: Very strong and medicinal smelling. Spicy-camphorous, warm scent. For many people who have experienced the benefits of Tea Tree oil, this scent has become equivalent with the scent of healing.

Consistency: Thin, water-like liquid

Aromatherapy properties: Medicinal, stimulating, purifying.

How to use it: Add up to 5-10 drops to 1 oz. of unscented body or hair care product to enhance their effectiveness. Add 2-3 drops to a bowl of hot water for a purifying steam treatment. Apply to pimples with a Q-tip 2-3 times a day. Refer to specific Aromatherapy literature for more detailed information on how to use this Essential Oil as a healing aid.

Blends well with: Lavender. Essential Oils of spices, like Clove, Nutmeg etc., citrus oils, Rosemary, Geranium, Marjoram and Clary Sage.

 

History:  Australian Aborigines have used Tea Tree and related plants since the beginning of time. They welcomed and saved the crew of Sir Francis from scurvy and exhaustion with a tea brewed from its leaves - hence the name.

Other related AromaLand oils:
Tea Tree – One of our best selling Essential Oils, due to its large range of applications.
Cajeput  - From the same family as Tea Tree, yet more harsh and camphoraceous in aroma.
Niaouli, organic  - The properties of Niaouli are very similar to Tea Tree, but the aroma is softer, sweeter and to many people more pleasant. A great substitute if you have trouble liking the scent of Tea Tree.

AromaLand products with Tea Tree Essential Oil:  
Hand & Nail Treatment elixir

Acne blend.

Home & Travel  sampler pack.

Tea Tree Treat Glycerin Soap,

Clearing Rebalance Facial Peel-off Mask.

Specific Safety information: No known toxicity.

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Thyme Borneol Essential Oil Information
Botanical name: Thymus satureioides ct. carvacrol
Country of Origin: Morocco
Method of Cultivation: Conventionally grown
Method of Extraction: Steam distilled
Part extracted: Whole plant
Color: Clear to pale yellow
Perfumery Note: Top

Aroma: Spicy, warm, herbaceous. Powerful and penetrating, medicinal, green.

Consistency: Thin liquid

Aromatherapy properties: Gives courage, uplifting, reviving. Mostly medicinal applications. Skin irritant. Toxic if not properly diluted. Powerful oil in the hands of an experienced Aromatherapist. Not for home use.

How to use it:

- Add 3 drops or 6 drops of our Theraclear blend to 1 oz. massage oil or unscented lotion to massage sore, aching muscles.

Blends well with: Bergamot, Lemon, Lavender, Rosemary, Melissa, Lavandin, Marjoram, Pine etc. However, Sweet Marjoram is a more valuable aroma ingredient with similar characteristics.

History: Sometimes referred to as Sweet Thyme.

 

Other related AromaLand oils:
Marjoram/Sweet – Closely related to Oregano, yet less irritating and milder.
Marjoram/Wild, Spanish – This Marjoram is actually part of the Thyme family. It is very powerful and energetic.
Marjoram/Wild, Spanish, organic – Softer and somewhat finer than our conventionally grown Spanish Marjoram.
Oregano, organic – Very powerful oil, distilled from the culinary herb. Undiluted, needs to be blended with a plant oil for most applications.
Thyme Geraniol – More fragrant, less irritant, softer than many of the other Thyme chemotypes.
Thyme Linalol – Non-irritating Thyme oil, yet very well suited for bacterial infections, digestive disorders and nervous exhaustion.
White Thyme – Quite camphorous and harsh, for use by experienced Aromatherapist. Derived via re-distillation from Red Thyme.

AromaLand products with Thyme Essential Oil:
Purifying, Breathe Easy and Theraclear are Essential Oil blends with this oil.

Theraclear bath salt.

Specific Safety information: Non-toxic, non-irritant in very small doses. Avoid if you are pregnant or have high blood pressure. Also not appropriate for children. For the use by an experienced Aromatherapist. GRAS (Generally Regarded As Safe) approved by the FDA as food flavor.

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Thyme Geraniol Essential Oil Information
Botanical name: Thymus vulgaris L. ct. geraniol
Country of Origin: France
Method of Cultivation: Conventionally grown
Method of Extraction: Steam distilled
Part extracted: Whole plant
Color: Clear to pale yellow
Perfumery Note: Top

Aroma: Spicy, warm, herbaceous. Powerful and penetrating, medicinal, green.

Consistency: Thin liquid

Aromatherapy properties: Gives courage, uplifting, reviving. More fragrant, less irritant, softer than many of the other Thyme chemotypes.

How to use it:

- Add 3 drops of Thyme or 9 drops of our Theraclear blend to 1 oz. massage oil or unscented lotion to massage sore, aching muscles.

Blends well with: Bergamot, Lemon, Lavender, Rosemary, Melissa, Lavandin, Marjoram, Pine, spices etc.

History: There are many different chemotypes of Thymus vulgaris. Influenced by its surroundings, this plant will produce very different oils depending on climate, soil condition and altitude.

 

Other related AromaLand oils:
Marjoram/Sweet – Closely related to Oregano, yet less irritating and milder.
Marjoram/Wild, Spanish – This Marjoram is actually part of the Thyme family. It is very powerful and energetic.
Marjoram/Wild, Spanish, organic – Softer and somewhat finer than our conventionally grown Spanish Marjoram.
Oregano, organic – Very powerful oil, distilled from the culinary herb. Undiluted, needs to be blended with a plant oil for most applications.
Thyme Borneol – Powerful oil in the hands of an experienced Aroma therapist. Not for home use.
Thyme Linalol – Non-irritating Thyme oil, yet very well suited for bacterial infections, digestive disorders and nervous exhaustion.
White Thyme – Quite camphorous and harsh, for use by experienced Aromatherapist. Derived via re-distillation from Red Thyme.

AromaLand products with Thyme Essential Oil:

Purifying, Breathe Easy and Theraclear are Essential Oil blends with this oil.

Theraclear bath salt.

Specific Safety information: Non-toxic, non-irritant in very small doses. Avoid if you are pregnant or have high blood pressure. Also not appropriate for children. GRAS (Generally Regarded As Safe) approved by the FDA as food flavor.

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Thyme Linalol Essential Oil Information
Botanical name: Thymus vulgaris L. ct. linalol
Country of Origin: France
Method of Cultivation: Conventionally grown
Method of Extraction: Steam distilled
Part extracted: Whole plant
Color: Clear to pale yellow
Perfumery Note: Top

Aroma: The gentlest of all Thyme oils. Spicy, warm, herbaceous. Powerful and penetrating, medicinal, green.

Consistency: Thin liquid

Aromatherapy properties: Gives courage, uplifting, reviving. Non-irritating Thyme oil, and the mildest of them all… yet very effective in a wide range of applications.

How to use it:

- Add 3 drops of Thyme or 9 drops of our Theraclear blend to 1 oz. massage oil or unscented lotion to massage sore, aching muscles.

- This would be your preferred choice for cooking, simply dilute with Canola, Olive or Grape seed oil – 5% Thyme oil and 95% carrier oil. Use in salads, sauces and savory dishes.

Blends well with: Bergamot, Lemon, Lavender, Rosemary, Melissa, Lavandin, Marjoram, Pine, spices etc.

History: There are many different chemotypes of Thymus vulgaris. Influenced by its surroundings, this plant will produce very different oils depending on climate, soil condition and altitude.

 

Other related AromaLand oils:
Marjoram/Sweet – Closely related to Oregano, yet less irritating and milder.
Marjoram/Wild, Spanish – This Marjoram is actually part of the Thyme family. It is very powerful and energetic.
Marjoram/Wild, Spanish, organic – Softer and somewhat finer than our conventionally grown Spanish Marjoram.
Oregano, organic – Very powerful oil, distilled from the culinary herb. Undiluted, needs to be blended with a plant oil for most applications.
Thyme Borneol – Powerful oil in the hands of an experienced Aroma therapist. Not for home use.
Thyme Geraniol – More fragrant, less irritant, softer than many of the other Thyme chemotypes.
White Thyme – Quite camphorous and harsh, for use by experienced Aromatherapist. Derived via re-distillation from Red Thyme.

AromaLand products with Thyme Essential Oil:

Purifying, Breathe Easy and Theraclear are Essential Oil blends with this oil.

Theraclear bath salt.

Specific Safety information: Non-toxic, non-irritant in small doses. Avoid if you are pregnant or have high blood pressure. GRAS (Generally Regarded As Safe) approved by the FDA as food flavor.

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Thyme White Essential Oil Information
Botanical name: Thymus vulgaris
Country of Origin: Spain
Method of Cultivation: Conventionally grown
Method of Extraction: Steam distilled
Part extracted: Whole plant
Color: Clear to pale yellow
Perfumery Note: Top

Aroma: Spicy, warm, herbaceous. Powerful and penetrating, medicinal, green. Quite camphorous and harsh, for use by experienced Aromatherapist. Derived via re-distillation from Red Thyme.

Consistency: Thin liquid

Aromatherapy properties: Gives courage, uplifting, reviving. Mostly medicinal applications. Skin irritant. Toxic if not properly diluted. Powerful oil in the hands of an experienced Aromatherapist. Not for home use.

How to use it:
- Add 2 drops or 6 drops of our Theraclear blend to 1 oz. massage oil or unscented lotion to massage sore, aching muscles.

Blends well with: Bergamot, Lemon, Lavender, Rosemary, Melissa, Lavandin, Marjoram, Pine etc. However, Sweet Marjoram is a more valuable aroma ingredient with similar characteristics.

History: There are many different chemotypes of Thymus vulgaris. Influenced by its surroundings, this plant will produce very different oils depending on climate, soil condition and altitude.

 

Other related AromaLand oils:
Marjoram/Sweet – Closely related to Oregano, yet less irritating and milder.
Marjoram/Wild, Spanish – This Marjoram is actually part of the Thyme family. It is very powerful and energetic.
Marjoram/Wild, Spanish, organic – Softer and somewhat finer than our conventionally grown Spanish Marjoram.
Oregano, organic – Very powerful oil, distilled from the culinary herb. Undiluted, needs to be blended with a plant oil for most applications.
Thyme Borneol – Powerful oil in the hands of an experienced Aroma therapist. Not for home use.
Thyme Geraniol – More fragrant, less irritant, softer than many of the other Thyme chemotypes.
Thyme Linalol –

AromaLand products with Thyme Essential Oil:

Purifying, Breathe Easy and Theraclear are Essential Oil blends with this oil.

Theraclear bath salt.

Specific Safety information: Non-toxic, non-irritant in very small doses. Avoid if you are pregnant or have high blood pressure. Also not appropriate for children. For the use by an experienced Aromatherapist. GRAS (Generally Regarded As Safe) approved by the FDA as food flavor.

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Yarrow White Essnetial Oil Information
Botanical name: Achillea millefolium
Country of Origin: France
Method of Cultivation: Harvested from wild growing plants
Method of Extraction: Steam distilled
Part extracted: Dried herb
Color: Greenish/olive.
Perfumery Note: Top

Aroma: Green, light, herbaceous, slightly camphoraceous, sweet, fresh, a bit smoky.

Consistency: Liquid

Aromatherapy properties: Refreshing and revitalizing, stimulating the mind, warming. Nerve tonic, strengthening, restorative, balancing. Grounding.

How to use it:
- Blend 6 drops of Feminine Balance into 1 oz. of unscented body care to benefit from the grounding and centering properties of this oil. Alternatively, for a more earthy/masculine product, blend up to 30 drops of Past tense i/J with one oz. of unscented body care.

 

Blends well with: Cedarwood, Pine, Chamomile, Frankincense, Vetiver, Myrrh.

History: Long history as a medicinal herb, which according to legend goes back to Achilles, who used it to heal wounds inflicted by the sword… hence the botanical name. It is also recommended for divination in the Chinese classic I Ching.

AromaLand products with Yarrow Essential Oil: 

- Feminine Balance and Past Tense both contain this Essential Oil.

Specific Safety information: No known toxicity, non-irritant in low concentration. Possible sensitization in some individuals, so use in very low concentration only.