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Certified Organic Essential Oils
  • Lavender
  • Geranium
  • Lemon
  • Bergamot
  • Patchouli
  • Rosemary
  • Ylang Ylang
  • Sweet Almond Oil 125 ml
100% Pure Essential Oils
  • Cedarwood
  • Clary Sage
  • Eucalyptus Lemon Gum
  • Frankincense
  • Lemongrass
  • Juniper Berry
  • Clove Bud
  • Grapefruit
Timber 15 Oil Storage Box
Keep your collection safe.
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Stress Less Room Spray 125 ml
A non-aerosol spray made from natural ingredients and scented with pure essential oils. Around 900 sprays.
Contains a relaxing blend of-
  • Sweet Orange (Citrus senensis)
  • Lavender - French (Lavandula angustifolia)
  • Clary Sage (Salvia sclarea)
  • Frankincense (Boswellia carterii)
  • Marjoram (Marjorana hortensis)
  • Cedarwood - Virginian (Juniperus virginiana)
  • Cinnamon (Cinnamonum zeylanicum)
Essential Oil Usage & Dilution
A word of caution...

Essential oils can be of enormous benefit to our health and wellbeing, when used sensibly and with caution. Nature provides us with powerful healing materials, as well as dangerous toxins. It's up to us to use them responsibly. When used correctly, you will be able to enjoy all the benefits of these amazing oils and avoid possible side effects like skin sensitisation.
  • Dilution. Essential oils shouldn't be used undiluted on the skin. Blending with a carrier oil has many benefits, avoids potential irritation and is far more economical. Some companies recommend unnecessarily high usage levels , daily ingestion, culinary use and undiluted massage application, to maximise purchases of their oils. Be aware this is a marketing technique and always do your own research. Often a tincture, hydrosol or other holistic remedy can be just as effective. (And far less expensive!) When it comes to essential oils, less is more.
  • Ingestion. I do not advise ingestion of essential oils unless you have consulted with a trained professional. Oil is not water soluble, yet many 'advocates' encourage adding oil to a glass of water daily. This can lead to damage to the soft tissues of the esophagus, and permanent health issues. Ingestion can be beneficial when used in a targeted treatment, for a short period of time under the supervision of an expert. Do not give essential oils to children internally.
  • Citrus Oils and Phototoxicity. You may have heard citrus oils shouldn't be applied to the skin if you are planning to head outdoors. This is because some (but not all) citrus oils contain furocoumarins, a constituent that reacts with UV light causing damage to the skin cells. To avoid sensitization, there are a few precautions you can take such as adequate dilution and protecting skin from UV light that has been treated for a minimum of 12 hours after application.
  • Lavender (Lavandula angustifolia)
Topically- Insect bites, wound healing and burns, skin care, massage oil.
Aromatically- Creates a relaxing, calming atmosphere and is a useful addition to a bedtime diffusion blend. Safe to use with children.
Suggestions
- Add 3 drops Lavender, 1 drop Geranium and 1 drop Frankincense to a 5ml bottle, top up with 3 parts Rosehip Oil and 1 part Sweet Almond Oil for a deeply moisturising skin serum.
- Create your own luxurious bath bombs. See recipe here.
- Make a calming massage blend for children to add to your bedtime routine. For children between 2 and 5, use a dilution ratio of 1%. (15 drops max in a 50ml bottle.) Add 7 drops Lavender, 3 drops Geranium, 3 drops Cedarwood & 2 drops Frankincense to a 50ml bottle. Swirl and let rest for an hour to allow oils to combine fully. Top up with a carrier oil like sweet almond, coconut, jojoba or hempseed. Blends well with geranium, clary sage, frankincense & patchouli.

Note: middle
Source: flower tops
Extraction method: steam distillation
Country of origin: Bulgaria

  • Geranium (Pelargonium graveolens)
Topically- Skin care, massage, wound healing, acne.
Aromatically- Promotes calmness, reduces stress, highly fragrant and a popular addition to
diffusion blends.
Suggestions
- Create an uplifting after-shower skin spritz to promote clear skin. Add 5 drops Geranium, 3 drops Tea Tree and 3 drops Grapefruit to a 50ml atomizer bottle. Top up with witch hazel or a lavender hydrosol. After showering, spray lightly over areas prone to breakouts.
- Diffuse at home to promote a calm, relaxing atmosphere. Geranium blends well with bergamot, clary sage, lavender, lemongrass and ylang ylang.

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Source: leaves
Extraction method: steam distillation
Country of origin: Egypt

  • Lemon (Citrus limonum)
Topically- Highly astringent and anti-bacterial, lemon can be useful in preventing acne and skin infections. Dilution is strongly recommended for topical use. Lemon, like most citrus oils can cause photosensitivity so it is sensible to avoid using lemon oil before spending time outside.
Aromatically- Uplifting, energising, helpful for alertness and reducing mental fatigue. Diffuse with Tangerine, Peppermint and Orange for a boost at work or while studying.
Suggestions
- Natural Cleaning Spray. Add 1 ½ cup white vinegar, 1 cup distilled water, 5 drops Tea Tree, 5 drops Clove, 5 drops Eucalyptus and 15 drops Lemon to a glass spray bottle. For a more heavy-duty spray add a further 5 drops Eucalyptus, 5 drops Lemon and 2 tbsps. Castile Soap.
- Linen Spray. Add 5 drops Lemon, 4 drops Bergamot & 4 drops Patchouli to a 100ml glass
spray bottle, top up with 2 tbsp. Vodka and the rest distilled water. Shake well and spritz linen for fresh, luxuriously clean smelling sheets.

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Source: peel
Extraction method: cold pressed
Country of origin: Italy
  • Bergamot (Citrus aurantium var. bergamia)

Topically- Bergamot is one of the most popular oils in skin care for it’s astringent, anti-bacterial properties. Add to massage oils, toners, soap and shampoo. To benefit safely from this uplifting, citrusy sweet oil always dilute properly and avoid using topically when skin will be exposed to the sun.
Aromatically- Bergamot creates a feeling of confidence, energy and clarity. Blends well with
Lavender, Ylang Ylang, Fir, Cedarwood, Orange, Spruce, Lemon and Rose.
Suggestions
- Diffuse with Orange, Clove and Lemon to fill your home with an indulgent, energizing scent.
- Add to linen and body spray.
- Create your own nourishing oil cleanser with 1 part castor oil, 2 parts jojoba and 2 drops each of bergamot, tea tree and clary sage in a 100 ml glass bottle. Massage into skin, then remove with a hot, damp face washer for clear, glowing skin.

Note: top
Source: peel
Extraction method: cold pressed
Country of origin: Italy

  • Patchouli (Pogostemon cablin)
Topically- Insect repellant, bites and itches, massage and skin
care.
Aromatically- Patchouli brings out the secret hippy in all of us. With a distinct, powerful aroma Patchouli stimulates hormone production and supports the immune system. Blends well with Sandalwood, Bergamot, Clove,
Lavender and Orange.
Suggestions
- Insect deterrent. Add to room sprays, diffuse or blend into a
body spray.
- Ideal for a sensual massage blend. Combine Ylang Ylang,
Patchouli, Clary Sage, Orange & Cedarwood with a carrier oil.

Note: base
Source: leaves
Extraction method: steam distillation
Country of origin: Indonesia
  • Rosemary (Rosmarinus officinalis)
Topically- Well known for its use in hair care, rosemary can be used to treat dandruff and
stimulate hair growth. Also beneficial for the skin in massage oils.
Aromatically- Stimulating, grounding and useful to support the respiratory system. Blends well
with spruce, clary sage, peppermint, lemon and eucalyptus.
Suggestions
- Blend 2 tbsp Argan Oil or coconut oil with 3 drops rosemary and massage into scalp before washing hair or add a few drops to leave-in treatments.

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Source: herb
Extraction method: steam distillation
Country of origin: Morocco

  • Ylang Ylang (Cananga odorata)
Topically- Ylang Ylang evokes the feeling of luxury and indulgence, and is a beautiful
addition to balms, massage oils, room sprays and skin care.
Aromatically- Diffuse with rose, lavender, geranium and bergamot to create a spa-like
atmosphere at home. Ylang Ylang stimulates a feeling of happiness and
connection.
Suggestions
- Massage Oil. 5 drops Ylang Ylang, 2 drops Orange, 5 drops Clary Sage in a base of 100 ml sweet almond oil.
- Create a luxurious linen spray.

Note: base
Source: flowers
Extraction method: steam distillation
Country of origin: Madagascar

  • Cedarwood (Cedrus atlantica)
Topically- Cedarwood is a useful addition in hair care, body balms and massage oil for its
stimulating benefits. Promotes a feeling of confidence and relaxation.
Aromatically- Woody, grounding and balancing, cedarwood is a popular oil to diffuse with more
delicate scents. Assists hormonal balance and nervous tension.
Suggestions:
Massage blend, beard balm and shave oil for men.

Note: base
Source: wood
Extraction method: steam distillation
Country of origin: Morocco

  • Clary Sage (Salvia sclarea)
Topically- A highly prized oil for women, clary sage supports hormonal balance and menstrual
support. Add a few drops to skin care and lotions, massage 2 drops in a tsp of
carrier oil into the abdomen for relief from cramps.
Aromatically- Diffuse with lavender and chamomile for relief from anxiety, tension, headaches
and depression.
Suggestions
- In a 5ml glass roller bottle, blend 10 drops clary sage, 5 drops vetiver, 5 drops chamomile and 2 drops ylang ylang then top with a carrier oil. Keep it handy for relief during the day. Roll lightly over the abdomen or pulse points, apply to the palm of one hand, rub together lightly and cup hands together, breathing slowly and deeply for 30 seconds for almost instant emotional support.

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Source: leaves, flowers
Extraction method: steam distillation
Country of origin: Bulgaria
  • Eucalyptus Lemon Gum (Eucalyptus citriodora)

Topically
- Use as a decongestant and for sinus relief heavily diluted in carrier oil.
Avoid use with children under 10.
Aromatically- With a delicate lemon undertone, nothing evokes the feeling of the Australian bush
like eucalyptus. Extremely useful for natural cleaning, eucalyptus is a must
have in your oil collection. Diffuse with rosemary, lemon, tea tree, clove and
cinnamon during flu season for immune support.
Suggestions
- Natural floor cleaner. Add 2 tbsp. castile soap, 5 drops eucalyptus, 5 drops lemon and 1 cup white
vinegar to a 500 ml bottle. Top with distilled water and shake to combine.
- Chest balm. Melt 2 tbsp shea butter in a double boiler, remove from heat and add 2 tbsp coconut
oil. Allow to cool slightly then add 5 drops eucalyptus, 3 drops tea tree and 2 drops clove essential oils. Gently swirl to combine, pour into a clean tin to set.

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Source: leaves
Extraction method: steam distillation
Country of origin: Australia

  • Frankincense (Boswellia serrata)
Topically- Popular in skin care for its soothing, healing, regenerative benefits, add
frankincense to facial serums, lotions, massage blends and oil cleansers. Recent
research studies suggest frankincense may support cancer treatments and
auto-immune disorders.
Aromatically- Promotes a sense of connection, peace and awareness blending beautifully with
most essential oils. Frankincense has been highly prized for centuries, once
more valuable than gold.
Suggestions
- Add to skin serums for aging or pigmented skin.
- Diffuse with lavender, clary sage and cedarwood.
- Add 1 drop to the palm of your hand, rub both hands together lightly and cup together, breathing slowly and deeply for emotional support.

Note: base
Source: gum resin
Extraction method: steam distillation
Country of origin: India

  • Lemongrass (Cymbopogon flexuosus)
Topically- May be used as an insect deterrent, in acne and skin infection treatments. As
with all citrus oils, dilute and avoid use when you will be exposed to
sunlight.
Aromatically- An intensely energizing, uplifting and fresh scent, lemongrass makes a gorgeous
addition to diffuser blends, room and linen sprays. Citrusy and sweet, it
creates an addictively refreshing feeling and is popular to naturally fragrance
your home.
Suggestions
- Diffuse with bergamot, lime and sandalwood.
- Create a refreshing natural toilet spray or add to a reed diffuser in the bathroom.

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Source: leaves
Extraction method: steam distillation
Country of origin: India

  • Juniper Berry (Juniperus communis)
Topically- Promotes circulation, skin health, restful sleep, immune system support and
digestion.
Aromatically- Diffuse with black pepper, ginger and peppermint to reduce nausea and
indigestion. Juniper has a distinctive fragrance that blends well with citrus
oils.
Suggestions
- Cellulite Massage Blend. Combine 5 drops juniper, 5 drops grapefruit and 3 drops frankincense
with 50 ml grapeseed oil. After showering, massage vigorously into skin for firm,
glowing skin.

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Source: berries
Extraction method: steam distillation
Country of origin: India

  • Clove Bud (Eugenia caryophyllata)
Topical- Clove is a sweet, spicy oil with many respiratory and anti-bacterial benefits.
Use with caution and dilute heavily as a precaution against skin sensitization.
Aromatically- Intoxicatingly addictive, clove blends beautifully with cinnamon and orange for a warm, welcoming aroma. Diffuse to create a soothing atmosphere that reminds you of holiday baking and family moments.
Suggestions
- Clove is useful in natural cleaning blends, diffusion and mood enhancement.

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Source: buds
Extraction method: steam distillation
Country of origin: Indonesia

  • Grapefruit (Citrus paradisi)
Topically- Astringent and stimulating, grapefruit is a beneficial addition to skin care,
cleansing and acne treatments.
Aromatically- An invigorating citrus scent that blends well with orange, bergamot, lime and
patchouli.
Suggestions
- Cellulite massage oil
- Acne support body spray.

Note: top
Source: peel
Extraction method: cold pressed
Country of origin: Argentina/Cuba