copaiba essential oil

COPAIBA essential oil

Copaifera officinalis (Plant Family: Fabaceae) Type of plant: Copaiba is a rain forest tree growing to between 50 and 90 feet in height with long, flowering panicles and small white flowers Part

CHAMOMILE GERMAN essential oil

Matricaria recutita (Plant Family: Asteraceae/Compositae) Type of plant: Plant with feathery leaves and white daisy-like flowers with yellow centers Part used: Flowering tops Method of extraction: Steam distillation Data: Sometimes known as Chamomilla recutita or Matricaria chamomilla, the herb is
cedarwood atlas

CEDARWOOD ATLAS essential oil

Cedrus atlantica (Plant Family: Pinaceae) Type of plant: An evergreen tree growing to over 100 feet, with wide-spreading branches, needles, and cones Part used: Wood chips and shavings Method of

FENNEL essential oil

Foeniculum vulgare var. dulce (Plant Family: Apiaceae/Umbelliferae) Used for centuries in a variety of applications, fennel is known for its distinct licorice flavor and aroma. Today, Fennel oil can be
balsam peru essential oil

Balsam de Peru essential oil

Myroxylon balsamum - Plant Family: Fabaceae/Leguminosae Type of plant: Evergreen tree growing to 140 feet with large leaves; flowers each produce a single seed that’s 3–4 inches (7–10 cm) long.