• Tea Tree

    Tea Tree

    Distilled from a bushy shrub indigenous to Australian, Tea Tree oil is a world renowned antibacterial and antifungal. Traditionally used in Western medicine for the temporary relief of mild upper respiratory tract infections and ailments: for this application it is commonly used as an inhalation, or added to a warm bath. Also popular for topical applications.
  • Peppermint

    Peppermint

    Peppermint is one of the best known oils for its bracing, invigorating, fresh menthol aroma and is often used as an inhalation to ‘clear the head’. Steam distilled from the herb to yield a refreshing, minty aroma that relieves nausea associated with travel sickness and digestive upsets. Peppermint is also applied to the body via massage for the temporary relief of muscular aches & pains.
  • Eucalyptus

    Eucalyptus

    Eucalyptus is an invigorating, traditional Australian oil. It temporarily relieves mild upper respiratory tract infections and ailments.
  • Rosemary

    Rosemary

    Rosemary is a pretty little flowering bush that is cultivated as a herb for culinary and medicinal purposes. Extracted by steam distillation, the essential oil has a brisk and refreshing aroma – a great ‘study aid’ for students. Rosemary is often applied to the body via massage for the temporary relief of muscular aches & pains.
  • Bay Leaf

    Bay Leaf

    Bay Essential Oil has a strong, spicy, medicinal, herbaceous aroma. It is one of the best essential oils to use as a hair tonic and it can also be helpful for general aches and pains.
  • Cinnamon

    Cinnamon

    Cinnamon has an exotic, hot and spicy aroma. It is a warming, invigorating, restorative and uplifting essential oil and is particularly good for older people in winter to warm both mind and body.
  • Petitgrain

    Petitgrain

    This crisp and clear essential oil is most useful to boost the conscious intellectual side of your mind, while calming anger and panic. It’s relaxing properties help to calm rapid heartbeat and insomnia while clearing greasy skin and fighting skin blemishes.
  • Patchouli

    Patchouli

    Patchouli possesses a rich, sultry aroma that is emotionally grounding, making it an excellent oil to use when stressed. It brings together many blends especially those containing floral or citrus notes. Patchouli is also a valuable oil for skin care, assisting in the management and repair of dry, cracked skin.
  • Thyme

    Thyme

    Thyme essential oil is steam distilled from the leaf and flowering tops of the herb which is commonly grown in the Mediterranean. It is primarily used for the temporary relief of the pain of arthritis by topical application – mix into an unscented cream such as Springfields Jojoba Cream and massage into painful areas, then wrap with a warm cloth for added relief.
  • Juniper

    Juniper

    Stream distilled from the berries of a small shrub tree, Juniper possesses a fruity, cleansing aroma. Juniper is indicated to assist in the management of fluid retention, and is generally applied topically via massage. A popular oil for cleansing the air in a room.
  • Bergamot

    Bergamot

    The delightfully light citrus aroma comes from the cold pressing of the Bergamot fruit peel. Similar to a lemon in appearance, this sour fruit generates a lightly refreshing and cleansing aroma. Bergamot is extremely uplifting, and beneficial during times of stress.
  • Ginger

    Ginger

    Ginger has a spicy aroma that is both warming and relaxing. The essential oil is steam distilled from the root of the perennial herb, grown in India. It is most commonly used for the temporary relief of the pain of rheumatism. The herb (not the essential oil) is indicated for the relief of nausea, but it is likely that the aroma of the essential oil may also offer some relief as well.
  • Marjoram

    Marjoram

    Distilled from the sweet herb, Marjoram is a deeply relaxing oil that is beneficial during times of stress. Marjoram can assist with calming the mind and body before sleep. A good oil for providing temporary relief of muscular aches and pains.
  • Melissa

    Melissa

    Melissa has warm, fresh, lemony top notes with sweet, herbaceous, balsamic undertones. Melissa is revitalising, uplifting and fortifying. It helps to calm and soothe the nerves, the digestive system and has a tonic effect on the heart.
  • Clary Sage

    Clary Sage

    Clary Sage is a very attractive herb with deep green foliage and showcasing a large purple candelabra type flower head. It has a long historical use for the temporary relief of menstrual pain when applied topically, and for emotional release when inhaled. The scent is strongly herbaceous, and generally requires blending with another more subtle oil to be able to enjoy the aroma.
  • Aloe Vera

    Aloe Vera

    Aloe vera is a succulent plant species that is found only in cultivation, having no naturally occurring populations. The species is frequently cited as being used in herbal medicine since the beginning of the first century AD. Extracts from A. vera are widely used in the cosmetics and alternative medicine industries, being marketed as variously having rejuvenating, healing, or soothing properties.
  • Cedarwood

    Cedarwood

    Distilled from a very large and majestic tree grown principally on the tip of the African continent, Cedarwood has a sweet, woody aroma. It is generally used in a vaporiser to help during times of stress. Cedarwood is also considered an excellent skin care oil, helping to normalise and maintain healthy skin.