Green Valley Aromatherapy

Essential Oils

All of Green Valley Aromatherapy's essential oils are batch tested for quality and purity by gas chromatography, ensuring that you are receiving a 100% pure, top quality product. These are therapeutic grade essential oils, and should be used with care. Material Safety Data Sheets are available on each oils' Show Details page. Larger sizes are available.

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As a deodorant, deoderizer and purifier, Citronella essential oil is wonderful for cleaning the house, particularly kitchens and bathrooms. It is known mainly as an insect repellent. See "more details" for specific cautions.

Origin: Indonesia. Steam distilled from the grass. Top note.

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Clary Sage essential oil is considered to be calming to the nervous system. It is often used as an uterine stimulant and may be helpful during and after childbirth. Some people find Clary Sage essential oil helpful with muscle pain and digestive disorders. See 'detail' page for specific cautions
Origin: China. Steam distilled from the leaves and flowers. Top note.
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Clove Bud essential oil is often used as a pain reliever for toothaches, mouth sores, rheumatism and arthritis. It may help to relieve bronchitis, tuberculosis, nervous fatigue and infectious diseases. See 'detail' page for specific cautions.
Origin: Madagascar. Steam distilled from the unopened flower buds. Base note.
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Coffee essential oil is considered a sedative. It may be good for treating panic attacks, heart palpitations or agitation as it slows rapid breathing. Coffee essential oil may induce a sensation of deep relaxation and balance. This oil is thought to be balancing for the skin, soothing irritated skin while stimulating dry skin to produce natural oil.

Origin: Brazil. Cold pressed from the seeds. Base note.

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Cypress essential oil is used as a vasoconstrictor on varicose veins and hemorrhoids. It may help with symptoms of asthma, whooping cough, bronchitis, emphysema, flu, arthritis, cellulite, perspiration, edema and muscle cramps.See 'detail' page for specific cautions.
Origin: Austria. Steam distilled from the leaves and twigs. Middle note.

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Eucalyptus citriodora, or Lemon Eucalyptus, is excellent for athletes foot and other fungal infections. It may be helpful in the control of dandruff and makes an excellent insect repellent. It assists the respiratory system as well as the immune system. See 'detail' page for specific cautions.
Origin: China. Steam distilled from the leaves. Top note.
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Because it is highly antiseptic, eucalyptus (also known as Blue Gum) is used in air sprays or any other form of vaporization during epidemics, it will also give a good measure of relief against flu and the infectious illnesses of children. This is a good oil for children. See 'detail' page for specific cautions.
Origin: China. Steam distilled from the leaf. Top note.
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Eucalyptus Radiata essential oil, or Peppermint Eucalyptus essential oil, may help with headaches, sinus problems, asthma, bronchitis, coughs, sore throats, cystitis and acne. It is a powerful expectorant and a good, mild oil for children. See 'detail' page for specific cautions.
Origin: Australia. Steam distilled from the leaves and stems. Top note.
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Certified Organic. Because it is highly antiseptic, eucalyptus (also known as Blue Gum) is used in air sprays or any other form of vaporization during epidemics, it will also give a good measure of relief against flu and the infectious illnesses of children. This is a good oil for children. See 'detail' page for specific cautions.
Origin: France. Steam distilled from the leaf. Top note.
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Fennel essential oil may help with the symptoms of cellulite, nausea, flatulence, gout, arthritis, digestive problems and water retention. Fennel essential oil is thought to be a hormone balancer. See 'detail' page for specific cautions.
Origin: Austria. Steam distilled from the seeds. Top to middle note.
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Frankincense essential oil may help with the symptoms of bronchitis, laryngitis, coughs, colds, rheumatism, scars, wounds and inflammations. See 'detail' page for specific cautions.
Origin: India. Steam distilled from the resin. Base note.
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Geranium essential oil will make chilblaines disappear overnight and bring on a radiant glow when used in skin care. Its action in balancing the production of sebum makes it valuable for skin that is excessively oily or dry. It is an essential oil known to be effective for menopausal problems. It is stimulating and uplifting. See 'detail' page for specific cautions.

Origin: Egypt. Steam distilled from the leaves and flowers. Middle note.

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Ginger essential oil may help with rheumatism, arthritis, nausea, hangovers, motion sickness, colds, flu, congestion, coughs, sinusitis, chills and fever. It is also thought to help heal bones. See 'detail' page for specific cautions.
Origin: India. Steam distilled from the root. Base note.
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Grapefruit essential oil is wonderful for lifting depression. It is a "happy" essential oil that is non-sedating and has uplifting properties. Because of its ability to control bodily secretions, grapefruit essential oil is great for use on oily and acneic skin, as it has a tonic effect. See 'detail' page for more information and specific cautions.
Origin: Florida. Cold pressed from the peel. Top note.
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Helichrysum essential oil is also known as "Everlasting" and "Immortelle". It may be helpful with acne, dermatitis, inflamed skin, bruises, scar tissue, colds, flu, bronchitis, sinusitis, coughs, stretch marks, headaches, depression, migraines, shock and nervous exhaustion. Helichrysum essential oil is also thought to help thin and cleanse the blood. See 'detail' page for specific cautions.Contact us for larger sizes.
Origin: France. Steam distilled from the flowers. Base note.
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