Essential Oils

Essential oils are highly concentrated form of botanical oils that can provide therapeutic benefits. The history of essential oils started when a chemist Gattefosse suffered burn to his arm, he used the nearest liquid to relieve his pain, which was some lavender oil. The essential oil offered relief without scarring. Gattfosse called this therapeutic field as Aromatherapy. Before this Plant oils were used by the ancient Greeks, Egyptians, Middle Eastern and Chinese in salves and poulitces Essential oils contain plant hormones, nutrients and thousands of other bio-chemicals. Planting methods, ways of harvesting, distillation, manufacture, and storage affect the quality if Essential Oils. But the most important considerations is purity. Essential oils can help promote feelings of wellness by stimulating the part of the brain that controls emotions. The oils can help with respiratory issues, calm a restless mind, increase feelings of happiness and help you meditate. Essential Oils are known to have many health benefits, and can relieve conditions such as High blood pressure, Eczema, Water Retention, Stress, Insomnia and many others. There are many ways to use essential oils, for example when you inhale the scent of an essential oil, and Essential oils are also easily absorbed through your skin when applied on the skin   The quickest way to enjoy the benefits of many oils is to smell directly from the bottle or from a few drops on your hands. For applying on the skin dilute them with a carrier oil or cream,  dilute it to a very low concentration with sweet almond, grapeseed or jojoba oil. When blending for children remember to lower the concentrations. Essential Oils for Common Health Issues Essential oils can help relieve stress, improve sleep, relief pain and increase energy levels. Here are some health benefits of essential oils: Stress    - Lavender, peppermint, vetiver,  ylang ylang Insomnia - Lavender, chamomile, jasmine, sandalwood, sweet marjoram Pain Relief –Clary Sage, Juniper, Eucalyptus, Rosemary Increase Energy - Cinnamon, clove, Rosemary, Sage Popular Ways to use essential oils : Massaging Essential oils on the skin Heating Essential oils in a diffuser Rubbing Essential oils onto temple, under nose Spray Essential oils in the room   We have one of the widest range of pure essential oils in Singapore.   We have been selling pure essential oils in Singapore for close to 20 years. You are welcomed to our showroom at Ubi to view the full range of essential oils we carry. All our essential oils are 100% pure and we sell only therapeutic grade essential oils imported from Australia for use in Aromatherapy. We are able to offer you the such high quality oils at a fair price because we are wholesalers of essential oils. We supply our essential oils to many spas and therapists in Singapore. Remember, Essential Oils applied onto the skin are absorbed into the body and that is why we use only pure and natural ingredients, and you and your clients should too. (* We have special discounts for massage students, massage salons and spas in Singapore. Contact us for the Student/Professional price.)

Basil Sweet France (Ocimum Basilicum)


Basil oil is produced from the steam distillation of this flowering plant

Bay West Indies (Pimenta racemosa)


This sturdy evergreen tree is a native of West Indies

Bergamot Ivory Coast(Citrus aurantium ssp. bergamia)


Bergamot oil is from the rind of the bergamot fruit

Cajeput Ambon (Melaleuca cajeputi)


The Cajuput Tree originates from the Indonesia coastal plains

Carrotseed West Indies (Daucus carota)


A close cousin to the common edible carrot, Carrot Seed oil is derived from a herb with a small, inedible white root

Cassia Cochin (Cinnamomum cassia)


Cassia is also known as cassia bark or Chinese cinnamon

Cedarwood Atlas Algeria (Cedrus atlantica)


Cedarwood is native to the Atlas mountains of Algeria and is also cultivated in Morocco

Cedarwood Himalayan (Cedrus deodara)


Himalayan cedarwood oil is distilled from the wood of Cedrus Deodara which grows at high altitude in the mountains of Himalaya, toward northern India, Afghanistan and Pakistan

Cedarwood USA (Juniperus virginiana)


Cedarwood is produced by steam distillation of the wood

Celery Seed West Indies (Apium graveolens)


Celery seed comes from the same plant as celery (celery stalk)

Chamomile German Extra Blue (Matricaria recutita)


A related species to Roman chamomile, German Chamomile has similar uses

Chamomile Roman France (Anthemis nobilis)


Roman chamomile is a clear, yellow or soft blue oil with a fruity, sweet, warm scent

Chamomile Roman France 3% Dilution (Anthemis nobilis)


Pure Roman Chamomile dilution in pure jojoba oil

Cinnamon Ceylon (Cinnamomum zeylanicum)


Cinnamon oil is derived from the steam distillation of its leaves and bark

Citronella Ceylon (Cymbopogon nardus)


A grass found in tropical areas, grows wild in Sri Lanka and other tropical countries

Clary Sage French (Salvia sclarea)


Clary sage oil is extracted by steam distillation of its flowering tops

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