β–· List of Essential Oils and Their Properties

List of Essential Oils and Their Properties

Essential oil characteristics

Below is our master list of all the essential oils that most people would ever use. You can use the selection toggle below to quickly jump to any given oil because the list is long. For each oil you'll see the basic info, properties and links to more information. 

     Select Your Essential Oil

Ajowan or Ajwain Seed

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Bergamot

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Black Pepper

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Blue Tansy

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Cardamom

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Carrot Seed

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Chamomile - German

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Chamomile - Roman

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Cinnamon

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Citronella

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Clary Sage or Muscatel

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Clove

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Copaiba Balsam

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Coriander

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Cornmint

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Cucumber Seed

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Cypress

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Dill Seed

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Eucalyptus

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Fennel Seed

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Frankincense (Boswellia/Olibanum)

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Geranium

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Ginger

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Grapefruit

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Helichrysum Gymnocephalum

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Helichrysum Italicum

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Hyssop

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Jasmine

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Juniper Berry

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Lavender

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Lemon

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Lemongrass

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Lime

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May Chang

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Melissa

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Myrrh

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Myrtle, Green and Red

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Neroli

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Niaouli

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Nutmeg

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Orange

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Oregano

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Palmarosa

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Patchouli

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Pennyroyal

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Peppermint

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Petitgrain

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Pine

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Ravintsara

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Red Mandarin

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Rose

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Rosemary

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Rosemary

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Sandalwood

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Spearmint

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Spikenard

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Spruce

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Sweet Basil

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Sweet Marjoram

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Tangerine

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Tea Tree

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Thyme

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Valerian

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Vetiver

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Vitex Berry

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Wintergreen

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Ylang Ylang

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About the author

    Rehne Burge, C.A., NAHA Louisiana Director

    Rehne is a Certified Aromatherapist, medical auditor, and former instructor and educator on anatomy and physiology. Rehne is a professional member and the Central Director for Louisiana for the National Association for Holistic Aromatherapy and a professional member of Alliance of International Aromatherapists. Rehne was trained at the Aromahead Institute with additional courses including: Ayurvedic Application of Essential Oils, Fundamental Chemistry with Dr. Joy Bowles, and Essential Oil Masterclass with Robert and Hana Tisserand. Rehne is passionate about the importance of aromatherapy in a healthy lifestyle. Rehne has written for the (now retired) inline book The Biblical Herbal and continues to enjoy writing for Healthy Living magazine, a publication of Nature’s Warehouse. She is the owner and operator of Soul Essentials Duo in Ponchatoula, La.

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