Essential oils come from the process of hydrodistillation, steam distillation, solvent extraction, extraction under pressure, or other mechanical means of extracting oils from various parts of a plant, such as the roots, leaves, seeds, peels, bark, or blossoms. The concentrated liquid extracts contain naturally occurring chemical compounds, including terpenes, esters, aldehydes, ketones, alcohols, phenols, and oxides, which are volatile, meaning they’ll evaporate quickly when exposed to air.
Learn all about these amazing oils and their uses below! 

Lavander oil

Lavender oil is an essential oil derived from the lavender plant. It can be taken orally, applied to the skin, and breathed in through aromatherapy.

Lavender oil can benefit the skin in numerous ways. It has the ability to lessen acne, help lighten skin, and reduce wrinkles. It can even be used to treat other things, like improving hair health and digestion.

Lavender oil has many uses for treating the skin. It naturally reduces inflammation, lessens pain, and cleans the surface of the skin. You can use lavender oil on your face, legs, and hands.

Since ancient times, lavender has been used to treat many different ailments, including:

  • mental health issues

  • anxiety

  • insomnia

  • depression

  • headaches

  • hair loss

  • nausea

  • acne

  • toothaches

  • skin irritations

  • cancer



Hyssop is quite similar in appearance to other members of the mint family. Its volatile oil possesses a highly aromatic camphor-like smell.



Hyssop (Hyssopus officinalis) is a plant that's been used medicinally for centuries, possibly even as far back as Biblical times (it's mentioned in the Old Testament). The above-ground parts of the plant are what's used for medicine, not the roots.

  Traditionally, it's been used for a wide variety of ailments, but so far, we don't have enough evidence to prove that it's safe and effective for any of them.

   Traditional uses of hyssop include treatment for:

  • Digestive aid

  • Liver problems

  • Gallbladder disease

  • Gas

  • Intestinal pain

  • Colic

  • Coughs

  • Colds

  • Sore throat

  • Asthma

  • Urinary tract infections

  • Poor circulation

  • Menstrual cramps

  • To cause sweating (in baths)

  • Topically for burns, bruises, and frostbite


The oil is used as a fragrance in some body-care products and makeup.



People choose fennel for its licorice-like flavor and health benefits. Ancient practitioners used fennel in natural remedies, and the practice continues. Fennel is a Mediterranean plant that is now popular all over the world.

Properties  Of  Fennel Essential Oil:

The therapeutic properties of fennel (Sweet) essential oil include:

  • Antimicrobial – Prevents microbial growth

  • Anti-inflammatory – Alleviates inflammation

  • Antiseptic – Destroys microbes and prevents further development

  • Antispasmodic – Prevents or relieves spasms, convulsions, or contractions

  • Carminative – Relieves flatulence, eases abdominal pain, and reduces bloating

  • Depurative – Cleanser & detoxifier

  • Diuretic – Promotes the removal of excess water from the body

  • Emmenagogue – Induces or regularises menstruation

  • Expectorant – Helps excess mucus from the body

  • Hepatoprotective – Protects the liver

  • Spasmolytic – Eases muscle spasms

  • Stomachic – Good for the stomach; gastric tonic, digestive aid

  • Vermifuge – Expels intestinal worms

    Clary Sage


Clary sage, also known as Salvia sclarea, is a plant native to the northern Mediterranean Basin. It is widely used for medicinal purposes and as a spice.

      Aromatherapists and related alternative health practitioners often use clary sage as an essential oil in their treatments, and supporters believe it has many health benefits.

     People may use the oil for one or more of its potential properties, including:

  • antidepressant effects

  • anti-inflammatory effects

  • improved digestion

  • antibacterial effects

  • stress relief

  • improved circulation

  • Acne

  • Boils

  • Skin Inflammation

  • Hair Loss

  • Dandruff

  • Dry Or Mature Skin

  • Muscular Aches And Pains

  • Whooping Cough

  • Asthma Attacks

  • Eases Menstrual Pain

  • Regulation Of Menstrual Flow

  • Flatulence

  • Intestinal Cramping

  • Colic

  • Stress

  • Nerves

  • High Blood Pressure

  • Amenorrhea

  • Asthma

  • Coughing

  • Dysmenorrhea

  • Exhaustion

  • Labor Pains

  • Sore Throat