▷ 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

    Reannan Raine

    Reannan worked in the non-profit sector for 30 years. Now she devotes her time to freelance writing and sharing knowledge about alternative ways to stay healthy. She believes we could all benefit from the use of fresh herbs and spices in our cooking, essential oils in our medicine cabinets and daily meditation.

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