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Essential oil
ESSENTIAL OILS
Essential Oils
Our Professional Range of Essential Oils, from the named
botanical species, are of the highest quality available and are
particularly appropriate for aromatherapy use.
Backhousia is a genus of 7 species of small to medium sized trees, Lemon Myrtle grows naturally and natively in the rainforest of northern tropical Australia. The leaves are desired, as they are shiny and strongly aromatic (lemon-scented of course), accompanied by white flowers, both exhibiting..
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Backhousia is a genus of 7 species of small to medium sized trees, Lemon Myrtle grows naturally and natively in the rainforest of northern tropical Australia. The leaves are desired, as they are shiny and strongly aromatic (lemon-scented of course), accompanied by white flowers, both exhibiting..
$132.00
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A 6 metre (20 feet) high, evergreen tree, with thorns, and dark green serrated oval leaves with pink/white highly perfumed flowers. The fruit mature from green to yellow on ripening. The name is derived from the Arabic 'laimun' or the Persian 'limun'. It has been suggested, that there was a combinat..
$19.25
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From over 700 different species of Eucalyptus, there are only a few that produce essential oils that are well known for their medicinal or perfumery applications. Each Eucalypt produces a different chemical fingerprint with variations in the constituents within the oil. A tall tree of around 35 metr..
$16.50
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Lemon Scented Tea Tree is popular all over Australia as a garden ornamental small tree, it grows well given the right conditions to around 5 metres. It grows reasonable quickly, with a reasonable yield. As a cosmetic preservative, Lemon Scented Tea Tree has been shown to be effective as a preservati..
$22.00
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Lemon Verbena has been traced back to South America and in 1784 was introduced to England where it became quite popular in the gardens, climate permitting. This small tree can also be seen throughout the different countries in Europe. The oil is a pale yellow to yellow coloured clear mobile liq..
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It is a perennial fast-growing aromatic grass, growing to about 1.5 meter (3 - 5 feet) high with long, thin leaves. It produces a network of roots and rootlets that rapidly exhaust the soil. A native to India, this tall grass and very close relatives are grown in Africa, the West Indies an..
$16.50
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It is a perennial fast-growing aromatic grass, growing to about 1.5 meter (3 - 5 feet) high with long, thin leaves. It produces a network of roots and rootlets that rapidly exhaust the soil. A native to Asia, this tall grass is now grown in Africa, the West Indies and tropical Asia. It has been..
$16.50
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It is a perennial fast-growing aromatic grass, growing to about 1.5 meter (3 - 5 feet) high with long, thin leaves. It produces a network of roots and rootlets that rapidly exhaust the soil. A native to India, this tall grass and very close relatives are grown in Africa, the West Indies an..
$16.50
Ex Tax:$16.50
A small evergreen tree of about 4.5 metres, with stiff spined, smooth oval leaves, that range in shades of green. Small white flowers, produce the dark green fruits (about half the size of lemons). This is the desired colour for harvesting, rather than the yellow/green when ripe.The cold pressing me..
$16.50
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A small evergreen tree of about 4.5 metres, with stiff spined, smooth oval leaves, that range in shades of green. Small white flowers, produce the dark green fruits (about half the size of lemons). This is the desired colour for harvesting, rather than the yellow/green when ripe.The steam distilled ..
$16.50
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A rather small tropical evergreen tree of 5 - 12 metres in height, with fragrant leaves and flowers - with a scent similar to a sweet lemongrass. Native to areas of Southern China (Central and Eastern of Yangtze river), Indonesia and Taiwan. Sometimes known as May Chang, Exotic Verbena, Tropical Ver..
$16.50
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