Monday, 31 October 2011

College of Medicine

Sunday, 30 October 2011

Why Organic essential oils? Skeptic finds aromatherapy is real

Hans and Katri Nordblom
For further information and Shirley Price US NOP Organic oils see

The following essential oils are cleared for use in US hospitals by individuals trained in their safe use.
Eucalyptus globulus
Eucalyptus citriodora
Black Pepper,
Clary Sage, 
Roman Chamomile,
German Chamomile,
Mandarin Red,
Sweet Marjoram,

Ian Brealey
Why organic?
Of course I should say straight away that some of the most delightful aromatherapy oils in use like Rose and Jasmine are not organic certified because of the process used to extract them.  However for the 36 essential oils cleared for aromatherapy use in US hospitals that are described in this booklet we offer an NOP organic oil among our 244 stock oils.

More and more professional aromatherapists, holistic massage therapists and everyday recreational users of aromatherapy are appreciating the potency and purity of certified organic aromatherapy oils, vegetable oils, hydrolats and cosmetic bases.  But for the many who have not used them or do not know about the benefits of using certified organic aromatherapy oils, hydrolats and cosmetic products, this article will attempt to explain the value of using organic products compared with non organic ones and give an introduction to essential oils and their uses.
Sp suppliers have always had a commitment to organic argiculture and traditional methods.  One the supply side the area of organic cultivation of organic aroma plants is expanding rapidly.  At the same time state financial support for wine growing is diminishing creating opportunities for essential oil cultivation. Rather than produce an indifferant wine cultivators can now for example show the same dedication to cultivation of a hectare of thyme for thyme oil.   At the same time Sp under the Lothian Herbs label has been successful in supplying pharmacies reaching a wider audience for pure essential oils.
Essential oils have many properties and are esteemed as preservatives for their anti bacterial and antifungal actions.  No one can see their anti viral actions demonstrated without feeling a little safer!  Because many of our Sp essential oils end up in food, flavouring and natural perfumery we source and bottle essential oils and manufacture aromatherapy products to the same exacting UK manufacturing standards of documentation, labelling, efficiency and hygiene as is required in the handling of food.  Below I also describe some of the label security measures used to give consumers confidence they have been supplied with genuine products.
When it comes to quality some of the best feedback we receive is of course from our customers.  The 6000 Shirley Price Aromatherapy Diploma holders are the largest and most demanding professional aroma community in the world.  Both professionals and their clients are very discriminating.  The Sp distributors around the world too are very knowledgeable and have a good idea of locally produced oils.  Often Sp is alerted to outstanding oils by our worldwide distributors.
A key to buying good quality fresh oil is volume.  I am grateful to the 2000 odd therapists and cosmetic hobbyists who order from Shirley Price Aromatherapy.  In the aggregate their purchases enable the purchase of quality essential oils as close to the farm as possible.
Look out for the approved labels of organic suppliers

Audit trail
Besides my professional work for corporate clients I have the job of sourcing the worlds finest essential oils.  For the most part I work with the great farming/distiller cooperatives whose farmers  produce oils 1000kg at a time under ongoing contracts. UK based distillers also produce many excellent oils from aroma crops grown in the UK. Organic inspection and certification begins at the farm and proceeds in an unbroken chain from the farm to the final product.
What are essential oils?
For someone like me this is the most fascinating of questions.  All the time we are gaining a better understanding of the science of why plants produce essential oil constutuents and their uses both to the plants and to ourselves.  Biosynthesis of essential oils proceeds to create essential oils which are then stored in glands for example menthol in peppermint.  Steam distillation is used to extract the essential oil.

Artisanal distillers
For aromatherapy use artisanal distillers who use traditional methods are very popular.  It is no secret that one of my favourite artisanal distillers of lavender essential oil is Lorella Bevilacqua.  Living in the Tuscan hills of La Maremma in Italy Lorella produces a lavender with unique notes more reminiscent of a Lavender Absolute than a steam distilled lavender.
Her plants are carefully tended and benefit from natural springs in the hills.  The distillation is artisanal proceding 20 litres at a time over 6 weeks rather than the more customary 1000 litre distillations on commercial scale farms.  Shirley Price Aromatherapy are fortunate to purchase her output which in a season is some 30kg of lavender oil which we use in our blended oils, creams and gels.  Lorella is immensely knowledgeable and herself a florentine botannic artist whose illustrations are used in textbooks.  For her the production of lavender oil is a true labour of love involving all the family.
Andrea Butje of the Aromahead College in the USA keeps a blog with descriptions of the artisan distillers she meets.
Its vital that the organic oils have been certified by a well recognised body for example the UK Soil Association.  Usually this is the last step in a chain of organic certification so you can be sure that the production has been subject to annual inspection from the field to our factory in England.

There is so much knowledge and enthousiasm for essential oils all over the world.  Here is the group of 100 taiwanese aromatherapists attending Robert Tisserands aromatherapy seminar in 2010.
Lorella's lavender also illustrates the importance of traditional techniques. Only the flowering heads are cut and distilled, the stalks are left on the plants for removal in Match.
Completeness and freshness
In order to get the results in the textbooks it is necessary to use true whole oils which have been prepared by traditional methods such as these.  Pure, high grade organically-grown oils have therapeutic qualities accorded to them by the Congress of Grasse because they contain a variety of natural chemical components which remain pure and intact.  The therapeutic properties ascribed to essential oils may depend on individual constituents present in only minute quantities.  To obtain a response from the limbic system, the seat of emotion and memory, can require only 20 molecules!  True essential oils have a creamy quality to them which some ascribe to the chemical imprint of the plants 'life force' or enthusiasm for life which dissipates as the oil oxidises through contact with the air. Like any perishable agricultural crop the freshness of the crop is key to a quality oil.  Organic certified oils assist me ensure the oils are both complete and fresh.
Organic Essential oils do not contain any pesticides, herbicides or chemical fertilisers and any other man made chemical residues. This makes the oils both safer and where they are used for their healing effect. Also as the plants are grown to organic standards they are healthier and more vibrant, therefore resulting in a more powerful and richer oil.
At our exhibitions therapists can smell for themselves the difference as I am always happy to open a bottle which a therapist is interested in.
6 reasons to use organic oils
There are many reasons for buying organic oils, one is simply that the aroma is much richer and fuller, but there are also sound health reasons for doing so.
It is safe, nutritious, unadulterated
It does not use artificial chemicals, pesticides and fertilisers
It is environmentally friendly
It is produced without GMOs, which are prohibited within the Soil Association Standards for organic food and farming
It reduces dependence on non-renewable resources
It relies on a modern and scientific understanding of ecology and soil science, while also depending on traditional methods of crop rotations to ensure fertility and weed and pest control
By caring for the soil for future geenrations organic farmers forgo a measure of profit now.  However they create a product of great quality.  Again turning to the esoteric aspects of essential oils some say that the care with which the oils have been farmed distilled and handled is reflected in the energy of the oil.
Many individuals are not aware of the importance of the quality of organic essential oils; they simply go to their health-food shop, chemist or mail order catalogue and buy whatever is available.
Consumers can be sure that members of the aromatherapy trades council consist of aromatherapy companies have carried out meticulous, painstaking research to find the best sources of high quality organic essential oils, and have selected only the purest and most potent oils from these specialist organic growers and suppliers.

Lorella Bevilaqua with her lavender crop
For suppliers to be certain that the oils are sourced from the highest organic quality, suppliers need to follow some common sense procedures.  It is important to travel in person regularly to meet with suppliers.  Buying essential oils is like buying any agricultural commodity a process of getting to know people and staying in touch.
How to find the best organic oils yourself?
Beyond the label individuals should trust their own sense of smell.  The therapeutic effect of the oils they are using will usually be obvious. Here it should be added that one of the primary reasons for only buying organic essential oils is that these oils do not contain any pesticides, chemical fertilisers, artificial preservatives, adulterants or – especially now – do not come from genetically altered plants.
When a certified body like the Soil Association covers a company, they are scrutinised with great detail. Annual checks on stock levels and accounts are made by a Soil Association inspector who also confirms facilities procedures are routinely cleansed to a high standard, that labelling is correct and all manufacturing records are kept and make sense.
A detailed log of every single time a bottle of organic essential oil is filled is maintained, every time a container is used to fill an oil and every item/oil that arrives and is dispatched has to be timed, dated and logged.
By choosing organic agriculture you are supporting the environment and your own health.
Certification of Organic Essential Oils
There are many good certification bodies to choose from both in the U.K. and worldwide, Ecocert International covers the EEC. In the UK the Soil Association is one of the better-known bodies. All our oils are where possible organic including resinoids like Frankincense and Myrhh.
Organic Certification: Professional Standards
Organic farming is a carefully devised system of  production defined by EU law and is based on the following principles:
• Building soil fertility;
• Minimal use of non-renewable resources (no chemicals);
• Minimise pollution and damage to the environment;
• Working with, not against, natural systems;
• Respect for animal welfare;
• Minimal processing or additives
Organic farming is governed by EEC Regulation No. 2092/91, which defines the basic standards of production and processing and the requirements for control and policing. This Regulation is implemented in Britain by the UK Register of Organic Food Standards (UKROFS). The statutory requirements are:
• Two-year conversion period prior to full organic status is achieved;
• Adequate physical and financial separation of organic and non-organic units under the same management;
• Application to, inspection by, and certification with, an approved inspection body, such as Soil Association Certification Ltd;
• Maintenance of adequate records to demonstrate compliance with the standards;
• Annual monitoring and inspection by the approved certification body;
• Strict requirements for labelling and for the use of additives and processing aids.
Source: The Soil Association
Testing procedure:
Include the use of the most up to date GC-MS (Gas Chromatography – Mass Spectrometry) laboratories in the UK.
Security devices
In countries where adulteration and fabrication of aromatherapy products is a problem we can provide scratch and reveal labels.  This reveals a security number which can be checked by logging into Sp distributors websites.  Here is an example.
the silver area is scatched to reveal a number

this can  be checked by logging into the distributors website

Soil Association licence
Soil Association list
Because Sp supply in volume around the world Sp is able to bring the working therapist organic oils at very reasonable cost.  Some oils are much dearer than conventionally farmed oils in which case the conventional oil is listed.  As a rule of thumb organic citrus oils are 50% more expensive than pure but inorganic oils.  As citrus oils are in any case relatively cheap it is worth paying the difference but we always list the non organic alternative so the choice is yours.
One of the fruits of increased availability of organic essential oils is inexpensive hydrolats.  This is the ditilled water from which the oil separates which contains many useful water soluable aromatic elements.  Hydrolats are valued for their cosmetic use in skincare and have been found to have important therapeutic properties. (1) In the english language Suzanne Catty is a highly regarded therapist and author. (2)
With some exceptions it is not possible to recommend organically grown vegetable oils on cost grounds.
I do not favour statements of what I personally or a company is against.  I prefer statements of what we are for! The company has alway maintained a popular cosmetic white lotion as a base for massage.  Sp also stocks a range of organic cosmetic bases made to the highest standards.

Students learn more about quality organic oils as part of their studies at the FHT accredited Shirley Price International College of Aromatherapy in Hinckley whether for aromatherapy or holistic skincare and cosmetics
The Shirley Price factory hosts the college training and students come to the UK from all over the world to work in the factory and qualify as professional aromatherapists. What a wonderful way to learn aromatherapy surrounded by hundreds of the finest available essential oils!
The various course details and bookings can be arranged with the college secretary Rosie Brandrick, herself a qualified beauty therapist

Aromatherapy Practicioner Diploma Course Description:
This is an exciting and practical Aromatherapy Practicioner Diploma Course with elite tutors, themselves practicioners and authors for a small private class at relatively modest cost.  It will deepen your knowledge and give you hands on experience of working with organic essential oils and aromatherapy.
We will also explore the fullest understanding of essential oils, all in a nourishing and supportive environment.
Course Summary:

The course is be led by Jan Benham MIFPA FFHT
The course comprises 5 weeklong modules held at the factory.  Many other courses are held at the factory too.
Cost is £450 per module.  Minimum course length is one academic year and maximum 4 years.
Course curriculum
Dates can be found on the FHT website
The Shirley Price International College of Aromatherapy tutors
Sara Gelzer MIFPA                          Jan Benham MIFPA, Sue Jenkins MIFPA
Ian Brealey, the tutors and his staff are a familiar site at FHT exhibitions in the UK with their stand of organic essential oils, hydrolats, vegetable oils and cosmetic bases and college stand.  Ian has a first class BSC and is a qualified and professional chartered accountant in practice with a number of company directorships.  Dr Manjit Jaspal qualified in Medicine at Edinburgh University and is a Coventry General Practitioner.  The Brealey and Jaspal families have been acquainted for over 40 years. They are the owners of Shirley Price Aromatherapy Ltd.
For further information:
Shirley Price Aromatherapy Ltd (Directors PI Brealey BSC FCA, Dr M Jaspal MB BS, George Brealey Technical Manager.  244 essential oils
Please tel. (UK) 01455 615466 or email at: or
Our founder
Shirley Price sold the company and college in 1998 and retired.  She continues to update her internationally bestselling books and you can find Aromatherapy for Health Professionals in a new 2011 edition now on Amazon

1.  D.Baudoux Huiles Essentielles 2000ans de decouvertes aromatherapiques pour une medecine d'avenir p105 Les Hydrolats
2. S. Catty, Hydrosols, the next aromatherapy.
3.  J McVicar Jekkas Complete Herb Book
4.  H Beckmann & S Le Quesne, The Essential Guide to Holistic & Complementary Therapy
5.  J Crebbin-Bailey, Dr J Harcup, J Harrington The Spa book, The official guide to Spa Therapy
6. P Davis, Aromatherapy an A-Z
7.  V. Worwood, The Fragrant Pharmacy, The Fragrant Heavens
8. R. Tisserand The Art of Aromatherapy
9. S. Price Practical aromatherapy,
10. S, Battaglia, The Complete Guide to Aromatherapy
11.. P. Franchomme, R. Jollois, D Penoel, L'aromatherapie exactement
12. S Price, L.Price, P. Price, Aromatherapy for Health Professionals, The Aromatherapy Workbook, Hydrolats, Carriers
13.  J. Buckle Clinical Aromatherapy Essential oils in practice
14. ISA, A safety guide on the use of essential oils
15.  R. Tisserand Essential Oil safety

Online resources
For those new to aromatherapy Aromaweb's sitemap is a useful starting point.

Research Papers can be found on PubMed by inputting the common name of the essential oil required. For example lavender.

Saturday, 29 October 2011


Important trial of East Indian Sandalwood

This illustrates some of the problems with clinical trials of aromatherapy products using essential oils which cannot be patented. Mysore soap and sandalwood oil has long established traditional use. A clinical trial to back that up is great. There is one problem. As essential oils cannot be patented the tendancy is to put $ intothe expensive clinical trials of products which can be patented eg synthetic organic molecules to which the body is unadapted and which may not do the job. Well done to this company for initiating this trial and I hope the investment is worth it. A lot of people are going to benefit if the trial is successful.

Sandalwood, santalum album, santalaceae.  Common uses of sandalwood are respiratory problems, skin problems, urinary tract problems.

A native to india but grown in new caledonia and australia, sandalwood is a small parasitic evergreen tree which survives by attaching itself to the root of another plant.  The oil is steam distilled from the tree's heartwood and roots, and is pale yellow to brown in colour with a musky lingering aroma that is said to be popular with both men and women.

The chemical composition Alcohols (sesquiterpenols) - santols upto 90%, borneol Sesquiterpenes, santalenes, curcumenes, farnesene, Acids nortricycloekasantalic acid Other monoterpenes (limonene) ketones (santalone) Remainer about 7.5%. 

Chemopreventative Research includes articles on skin papillomas, Dwivedi and Abu-Ghazaleh 1997 herpes simplex Benencia and Courreges 1999


Reflective practice - keeping a practice diary

What is reflective practice?

Reflective Practice is the term given for something that many of us do every day without even realising that we are doing it! By recording what and how you have learnt from your experience in a step-by-step fashion you can earn 5 CPD points. It’s similar to keeping a private diary and requires you to be completely honest with yourself. You can use it to record a positive experience or a difficult one. There is no one correct  way to do this but we have outlined a simple step-by-step guide below for you to expand as you use it more:
Step 1 - Start by looking back at a treatment you gave that was particularly successful or unsuccessful and ask yourself a few questions. What was the treatment? What did the client do and say that was significant and sticks in your mind? What did you do and say that was significant? How did they react? How did you react?

Step 2 - Then reflect deeply about what happened, why and how it happened. How did you feel about it? What was the most important issue that it raised for you?
Step 3 - Think about what possible alternatives there were that you could have tried. What could you have done differently (if anything)?

Step 4 - Evaluate the treatment itself – what was the outcome?

Step 5 - How have you learnt from this experience? What would you do differently in the future? Do you feel more motivated for the future or less? Are there other approaches you would try in the future?

Step 6 - Having written all this down, file it in your CPD folder, making a note of your allocated 5 points on a summary sheet.

Shirley Price Aromatherapy Diploma and CPD events

Aroma publications - International Journal of Clinical Aromatherapy

The International Journal of Clinical Aromatherapy was launched in 2004 in response to the demands of practitioners working with essential oils in healthcare and related professions. These therapists often use a range of application methods, styles and doses that may differ from the more traditional styles such as aromatherapy massage. Healthcare professionals also require a source of evidence based information in order to successfully integrate clinical aromatherapy within orthodox practice.
The IJCA meets these needs by presenting solid practitioner-orientated and evidence-based information in a professional format.
Unlike any other aromatherapy journal currently available, each issue has a specific theme, with all articles therein contributing valuable information concerning the chosen topic. Two issues are published per year.
All articles are peer reviewed and referenced where possible. Members of the editorial board are all highly experienced in the essential oil field.

Essential Oils cleared for healthcare use in US hospitals

Lavender angustifolia, Lavendin, Lavender spike, Tea-tree, Mandarin Red, Bergamot, Rosemary, Ravensara, Eucalyptus, Sandalwood, Pine, Cypress, Lemongrass, Angelica, Roman Chamomile, German Chamomile, Peppermint, Ginger, Black Pepper, Clary Sage, YlangYlang, Frankincense, Myrrh, Petitgrain, Sweet Marjoram, Basil. 


Shirley Price Aromatherapy Product list barcodes and origins - essential oils, carriers, hydrolats

 Barcode CODE BOTANICAL NAME ORIGIN O/P             

 1 96011959 E01009P Basil a linalool (Ocimum basilicum) EGYPT P 
 2 96011973 EO1011P Bay (Pimenta racemosa) JAMAICA P 
 3 96011980 EO1015P Benzoin Resinoid 55% (Styrax benzoin) LAOS P 
 4 96012000 EO1020P Bergamot (Citrus bergamia) ITALY P 
 5 96012017 EO1021P Bergamot (Citrus bergamia) berg free ITALY P 
 6 96012031 EO1025P Cajeput (Melaleuca leucadendron) VIETNAM P 7 96012048 EO1030P Camphor (Cinnamomum camphora) CHINA P 8 96012062 EO1040P Cardomon (Eletaria Cardamomon) GUATAMALA  P 9 96012086 EO1042P Carrotseed (Daucus carota) FRANCE P 10 96012093 EO1045P Cedarwood Atlas (Cedrus atlantica) MOROCCO P 11 96012093 EO1046P Cedarwood himalayan (Cedrus deodora) INDIA P 12 96012093 EO1047P Cedarwood Virginian (Juniperus virginiana) USA P 13 96012116 EO1050P Chamomile German (Chamomilla recutita) EGYPT P 14 96012147 EO1055P Chamomile Roman (Chamaemelum nobile) UK P 15 96012147 EO1055P Chamomile Roman (Chamaemelum nobile) UK P 16 96012161 EO1060P Cinnamon leaf (Cinnamomum zeylanicum) MADAGASCOR P 17 96012185 EO1065P Citronella (Cymbopogon winterianus) JAVA P 18 96012208 EO1070P Clary Sage (Salvia sclarea) HUNGRY P 19 96012215 EO1075P Clove Bud (Syzgium aromaticum) MADAGASCAR, Sri Lanka P 20 96012239 EO1085P Cypress (Cupressus sempervirens) MOROCCO P 21 96012253 EO1087P Elemi (Canarium luzonicum) PHILLIPINES P 22 96012284 EO1095P-12pack Eucalyptus (Eucalyptus globulus) SPAIN P 23 5025412006919 EO1095P-12pack Eucalyptus (Eucalyptus globulus) SPAIN P 24 5025412006926 EO1096P Eucalyptus (Eucalyptus globulus) SPAIN P 25 5025412006933 EO1096PE Eucalyptus (Eucalyptus globulus) SPAIN P 26 96012260 EO1090P Eucalyptus (Eucalyptus citriodora) MADAGASCOR P 27 96012291 EO1097P Eucalyptus (Eucalyptus Radiata) AUSTRALIA P 28 96012321 EO1115P Fennel (Foeniculum vulgare) ITALY P 29 96012338 EO1110P Fir Balsam (Abies alba) FRANCE P 30 96012345 EO1111P Fir Siberia (Abies siberica) RUSSIA P 31 96012352 EO1140P Frankincense (Boswellia carteri) SOMALIA P 32 96012369 EO1143P Galbanum (Ferula galbaniflua) IRAN P 33 96012390 EO1146P Geranium Bourbon (Pelargonium graveolens) MADAGASCOR P 34 96012383 EO1145P Geranium Egyptian (Pelargonium graveolens) EGYPT P 35 96012413 EO1150P Ginger (Zingiber officinalis) CHINA P 36 96012437 EO1155P Grapefruit (Citrus paradisi) SOUTH AFRICA P 37 96012451 EO1156P Helichrysum (Helichrysum italicum) FRANCE  P 38 96012468 EO1157P Ho Leaf (Cinnamomum camphora) MADAGASCOR P 39 96012505 EO1171P Jasmine absolute (Jasminum officinale) INDIA P 40 5025412007084 LB3P Jasmine 5% (Jasminum officinale) in jojoba INDIA P 41 5025412007091 LB3AP Jasmine 5% (Jasminum officinale) in evening primrose INDIA P 42 96012529 EO1180P Juniperberry (Juniperus communis) FRANCE P 43 96012543 EO1182P Lavandin (Lavendula Burnati) FRANCE P 44 96012550 EO1185P-12pack Lavender (Lavandula angustifolia) FRANCE P 45 96012635 EO1192P Lavender (Lavandula angustifolia) FRANCE P 46 5025412007145 EO1185P-12pack Lavender (Lavandula angustifolia) FRANCE P 47 96012635 EO1186P Lavender (Lavandula angustifolia) FRANCE P 48 5025412007169 EO1187P Lavender (Lavandula angustifolia) FRANCE P 49 96012659 EO1195P Lemon (Citrus limon) SICILY P 50 96012680 EO1200P Lemongrass (Cymbopogon citratus) INDIA P 51 96012697 EO1202P Lime (Citrus aurantifolia) MEXICO P 52 96012727 EO1205P Mandarin (Citrus reticulata) Italy P 53 96012734 EO1209P Manuka (Leptospermum scoparium) EGYPT P 54 96012758 EO1210P Marjoram Sweet (Origanum majorana) EGYPT P 55 96012765 EO1211P Marjoram Spanish (Thymus mastichina) SPAIN P 56 96012710 EO1204P May Chang (Litsea Cubeba citrata) Vietnam P 57 96012789 EO1216P Melissa (Melissa officinalis) SOUTH AFRICA P 58 5025412007268 EO1220P Melissa mix (citrolella & citrus)   P 59 5025412007275 LB5P Melissa 3% (Melissa officinalis) SOUTH AFRICA P 60 96012802 EO1225P Myrhh (Commiphora myrrha) FRANCE P 61 96012802 EO1225P Myrhh (Commiphora myrrha) FRANCE P 62 96012819 EO1230P Myrtle (Myrtus communis) MOROCCO P 63 96012826 EO1235P Neroli (Citrus aurantium var amara) MOROCCO, South Africa P 64 5025412007329 EO1235P Neroli 5% (Citrus aurantium var amara) MOROCCO, South Africa P 65 5025412007336 EO1235aP Neroli 5% (Citrus aurantium var amara) MOROCCO, South Africa P 66 96012833 EO1240P Niaouli (Melaleuca viridiflora) MADAGASCAR P 67 96012840 EO1245P Nutmeg (Myristica fragrans) INDIA, Sri Lanka P 68 96012864 EO1255P Orange Sweet (Citrus aurantium var sinensis) COSTA RICA P 69 96012888 EO1260P Palmarosa (Cymbopogon martinii) NEPAL P 70 96012901 EO1265P Patchouli (Pogostemon cablin) SRI LANKA P 71 96012918 EO1270P Pepper Black (Piper nigrum) INDIA, Sri Lanka P 72 96012932 EO1276P Peppermint (Mentha x piperita) UK P 73 5025412007411 EO1277P Peppermint (Mentha x piperita) USA P 74 96012949 EO1280P Petitgrain (Citrus aurantium var amara)  PARAGUAY P 75 96012963 EO1290P Pine, Scotch (Pinus sylvestris) France P 76 96012987 EO1295P Ravensara (Ravensara aromatica) MADAGASCAR P 77 96013007 EO1300P Rose absolute (Rosa damascena) MOROCCO P 78 96014981 LB10P Rose absolute (Rosa damascena) 5% BULGARIA P 79 96013021 EO1311P Rose otto (Rosa damascena) BULGARIA P 80 96014974 LB23P Rose otto (Rosa damascena) 5% BULGARIA P 81 5025412007497 LB23aP Rose otto (Rosa damascena) 5% BULGARIA P 82 96013038 EO1315P Rosemary (Rosmarinus officinalis Cineole) MOROCCO P 83 96013038 EO1315P Rosemary (Rosmarinus officinalis Cineole) MOROCCO P 84 96013090 EO1329P Sandalwood (Santalum austrocaledonicum vieill) NEW CALEDONIA P 85 96013090 EO1329P Sandalwood (Santalum austrocaledonicum vieill) NEW CALEDONIA P 86 96013120 EO1332P Spearmint (Mentha spicata) South Africa P 87 5025412007558 EO1333P Spruce, Black (Picea mariana) CANADA P 88 5025412007565 EO1334P Tangerine (Citrus reticulata) ITALY P 89 96013182 EO1340P Tea tree (Melaleuca alternifolia) AUSTRALIA P 90 96013182 EO1340P Tea tree (Melaleuca alternifolia) AUSTRALIA P 91 96013182 EO1341P Tea tree (Melaleuca alternifolia) AUSTRALIA P 92 96013182 EO1342P Tea tree (Melaleuca alternifolia) AUSTRALIA P 93 96013205 EO1350P Thyme sweet (Thymus vulgaris ct linalool) SPAIN P 94 96013205 EO1350P Thyme sweet (Thymus vulgaris ct linalool) SPAIN P 95 96013236 EO1355P Vetiver (Vetiveria zizanoides) MADAGASCOR P 96 96013267 EO1364P Ylang Ylang extra (Cananga odorata) COMORES P 97 96013281 EO1365P Ylang Ylang 1 (Cananga odorata) MADAGASCAR P     


 98 96012000 EO1020 Bergamot (Citrus bergamia) ITALY O 
 99 96012093 EO1045 Bergamot (Cedrus atlantica) MOROCCO O 
 100 96012130 EO1055 Chamomile Roman (Chamaemelum nobile) FRANCE O 
 101 96012192 EO1070 Clary Sage (Salvia sclarea) EGYPT O 
 102 96012284 EO1095 Eucalyptus Globulus (Eucalyptus globulus) SPAIN O 103 96012291 EO1097 Eucalyptus Radiata (Eucalyptus Radiata) AUSTRALIA O 104 96012383 EO1145 Geranium Egyptian (Pelargonium graveolens) EGYPT O 105 96012420 EO1155 Grapefruit (Citrus paradisi) ARGENTINA O 106 96012529 EO1180C Juniperberry (Juniperus communis) FRANCE O 107 96012550 EO1185 Lavender (Lavandula angustifolia) FRANCE O 108 96012635 EO1192 Lavender (Lavandula angustifolia) FRANCE O 109 5025412007770 EO1192-12pack Lavender (Lavandula angustifolia) FRANCE O 110 96012659 EO1195 Lemon (Citrus limon) SICILY O 111 96012680 EO1200 Lemongrass (Cymbopogon citratus) INDIA O 112 96012727 EO1205 Mandarin (Citrus reticulata) Italy O 113 96012864 EO1255 Orange Sweet (Citrus aurantium var sinensis) COSTA RICA O 114 96012901 EO1265 Patchouli (Pogostemon cablin) SRI LANKA O 115 96012925 EO1276 Peppermint (Mentha x piperita) France O 116 96013052 EO1317 Rosemary verbenone (Rosemary officianalis Verbenone) SOUTH AFRICA O 117 5025412007855 EO1310 Rose Otto (Rosa damascena) BULGARIA O 118 5025412007862 LB29 Rose Otto (Rosa damascena) 3% BULGARIA O 119 5025412007879 LB29a Rose Otto (Rosa damascena) 3% BULGARIA O 120 96013182 EO1340 Tea tree (Melaleuca alternifolia) AUSTRALIA O 121 5025412007893 EO1340-12pack Tea tree (Melaleuca alternifolia) AUSTRALIA O 122 96013274 EO1365 Ylang Ylang (Cananga odorata) MADAGASCAR O             123 96011911 EO1003P Angelica seed (Angelica archangelica) UK P 124 96011935 E01004P Angelica root (Angelica archangelica) UK P 125   EO1086P Dill (Anethum graveolens) AUSTRIA P 126 96012277 EO1093P Eucalyptus dives (Eucalyptus dives) AUSTRALIA P 127 96012314 EO1105P Eucalyptus staigeriana (Eucalyptus staigeriana) AUSTRALIA P 128   EO1144P Garlic EGYPT P 129 96013069 EO1201P Linaloe wood   P 130 96012567 EO1186P Lavender (Lavandula angustifolia) UK P 131 96012574 EO1189P Lavender (Lavandula angustifolia) BULGARIA P 132 96012598 EO1188P Lavender (Lavandula angustifolia) FRANCE P 133 96012628 EO1191P Lavender (Lavandula officinalis) FRANCE P 134   EO1197P Lemon myrtle (Backhousia citriodora) AUSTRALIA P 135 96012673 EO1198P Lemon verbena (Lippia citriodora) FRANCE P 136 96012826 EO1235P Neroli (Citrus aurantium var amara) MOROCCO P 137 96013045 EO1316P Rosemary Camphre (Rosmarinus officinalis Camphor) SPAIN P 138 96013021 EO1311P Rose Otto (Rosa damascena) MOROCCO P 139 96013106 EO1330P Sandalwood (Santalum album) INDIA P 140 96013113 EO1331P Savory (Satureia montana) FRANCE P 141   EO1335P Tagetes (Tagetes minuta) MADAGASCAR  P 142 96013175 E01336P Tarragon (Artemisia dracunculus) FRANCE P 143   EO1341P Thuja (Thuja occidentalis)   P 144 96013199 EO1345P Thyme Red (Thymus vulgaris ct thymol) FRANCE P 145     Thyme White   P 146   EO1347 Turmeric   P 145 96013212 EO1351P Valerian (Valeriana Officinalis) Coree du Nord P 146 96013229 EO1351P Vanilla (Vanilla fragrans)   P 147 96013250 EO1360P Yarrow (Achillea millefolium) UK P             148 96012505 EO1170P Jamine Absolute (Jasminum officinale) MOROCCO P 149 96013007 EO1300P Rose absolute (Rosa damascena) MOROCCO P 150     Gardenia CHINA P 151     Tuberose   P             152 96014912 EO1220N Melissa mix (citrolella & citrus)   P 153 96012956 EO1285N (Citrus aurantium var amara)  MOROCCO P 154 96014936 EO1305N Rose Geranium Mix (Rose otto, Geranium)   P               


 155 96011928 E01004 Angelica Root (Angelica archangelica) FRANCE O 156 96011942 EO1005 Aniseed (Pimpinella anisum) SPAIN O 157 96011959 E01009 Basil ct linalool (Ocimum basilicum) EGYPT O 158 96011966 E01010 Basil ct methylchavicol (Ocimum basilicum) MADAGASCOR O 159 96011980 EO1015 Benzoin (Styrax benzoin) LAOS O 160 96012000 EO1020 Bergamot (Citrus bergamia) ITALY O 161 96012031 EO1025 Bergamot (Melaleuca leucadendron) VIETNAM O 162 96012055 EO1035 Cajuput (Carum carvi) FRANCE O 163 96012062 EO1040 Caraway (Eletaria Cardamomon) GUATAMALA  O 164 96012079 EO1041 Carrotseed (Daucus carota) FRANCE O 165 96012093 EO1045 Cedarwood Atlas (Cedrus atlantica) MOROCCO O 166 96012109 EO1050 Chamomile German (Chamomilla recutita) FRANCE O 167 96012123 EO1053 Chamomile Moroccan (Ormenis mixta) MOROCCO O 168 96012130 EO1055 Chamomile Roman (Chamaemelum nobile) FRANCE O 169 96012154 EO1059 Cinnamon Bark (Cinnamomum zeylanicum) MADAGASCOR O 170 96012161 EO1060 Cinnamon Leaf (Cinnamomum zeylanicum) MADAGASCOR O 171 96012178 EO1062 Cistus (Cistus labdaniferus) SPAIN O 172 96012185 EO1065 Citronella (Cymbopogon winterianus) JAVA O 173 96012192 EO1070 Clary Sage (Salvia sclarea) EGYPT O 174 96012222 EO1080 Coriander (Coriandrum sativum) EGYPT O 175 96012239 EO1085 Cypress (Cupressus sempervirens) MOROCCO O 176 96012246 EO1086 Dill (Anethum graveolens) EGYPT O 177 96012260 EO1090 Eucalyptus (Eucalyptus citriodora) MADAGASCOR O 178 96012284 EO1095 Eucalyptus (Eucalyptus globulus) SPAIN O 179 96012291 EO1097 Eucalyptus (Eucalyptus Radiata) AUSTRALIA O 180 96012307 EO1100 Eucalyptus (Eucalyptus smithii) SOUTH AFRICA O 181 96012321 EO1115 Fennel (Foeniculum vulgare) ITALY O 182 96012352 EO1140 Frankincense (Boswellia carteri) ETHIOPIA O 183 96012383 EO1145 Geranium (Pelargonium graveolens) EGYPT O 184 96012390 EO1146 Geranium (Pelargonium graveolens) MADAGASCOR O 185 96012406 EO1150 Ginger (Zingiber officinalis) SRI LANKA O 186 96012420 EO1155 Grapefruit (Citrus paradisi) ARGENTINA O 187 96012451 EO1156 Imortelle(Helichrysum italicum) FRANCE  O 188 96012475 EO1160 Hyssop (Hyssopus decumbens) EGYPT O 189 96012499 EO1166 Inula (Inula graveolens) FRANCE Corsica O 190 96012512 EO1175 Juniper (Juniperus communis) BULGARIA O 191 96012543 EO1182 Lavandin (Lavendula Burnati) FRANCE O 192   EO1183 Lavender (Lavandula angustifolia) UK O 193 96012581 EO1184 Lavender (Lavandula angustifolia) ITALY O 194 96012550 EO1185 Lavender (Lavandula angustifolia) FRANCE O 195   EO1189 Lavender (Lavandula angustifolia) BULGARIA O 196 96012604 EO1190 Lavender (Lavandula angustifolia) FRANCE O 197 96012611 EO1191 Lavender (Lavandula officinalis) FRANCE O 198 96012635 EO1192 Lavender (Lavandula angustifolia) FRANCE O 199 96012642 EO1193 Lavender Spike (Lavendula latifolia) SPAIN O 200 96012659 EO1195 Lemon organic (Citrus limon) SICILY O 201 96012666 EO1196 Lemon teatree (Leptospermum petersonii) AUSTRALIA O 202 96012680 EO1200 Lemongrass (Cymbopogon citratus) INDIA O 203 96012697 EO1202 Lime (Citrus aurantifolia) MEXICO O 204 96012703 EO1203 Lovage (Levisticum officinale) FRANCE O 205 96012710 EO1204 May chang (Litsea cubeba citrata) Vietnam O 206 96012727 EO1205 Mandarin (Citrus reticulata) Italy O 207 96012734 EO1209 Manuka (Leptospermum scoparium) EGYPT O 208 96012741 EO1210 Marjoram sweet (Origanum majorana) EGYPT O 209 96012772 EO1215 Melissa (Melissa officinalis) FRANCE O 210 96012789 EO1216 Melissa (Melissa officinalis) SOUTH AFRICA O 211 96012819 EO1230 Myrtle Red (Myrtus communis) MOROCCO O 212 96012826 EO1235 Neroli (Citrus aurantium var amara) MOROCCO O 213 96012833 EO1240 Niaouli (Melaleuca viridiflora) MADAGASCAR O 214 96012840 EO1245 Nutmeg (Myristica fragrans) INDIA, Sri Lanka O 215 96012857 EO1250 Orange bitter (Citrus aurantium var amara) EGYPT O 216 96012864 EO1255 Orange sweet (Citrus aurantium var sinensis) COSTA RICA O 217 96012871 EO1256 Origanum (Origanum vulgare) SPAIN O 218 96012888 EO1260 Palmarosa (Cymbopogon martinii) NEPAL O 219 96012901 EO1265 Patchouli (Pogostemon cablin) SRI LANKA O 220 96012918 EO1270 Pepper Black (Piper nigrum) INDIA, Sri Lanka O 221 96012925 EO1276 Peppermint (Mentha x piperita) France O 222 96012949 EO1280 Petitgrain (Citrus aurantium var amara)  PARAGUAY O 223 96012963 EO1290C Pine (Pinus sylvestris) France O 224 96012970 EO1290 Pine (Pinus sylvestris) AUSTRIA O 225 96012987 EO1295 Ravensara (Ravensara aromatica) MADAGASCAR O 226   EO1296 Ravintsara   O 227 96013014 EO1305 Rose geranium (Pelargonium graveolens) MOROCCO, South Africa O 228   EO1310 Rose Otto (Rosa damascena) MOROCCO O 229 96013052 EO1317 Rosemary Verbenone(Rosemary officianalis Verbenone) SOUTH AFRICA O 230 96013076 EO1321 Rosewood Tomar (Zanthoxylum armatum) NEPAL O 231 96013083 EO1325 Sage (Salvia officinalis) FRANCE O 232 96013120 EO1332 Spearmint (Mentha spicata) South Africa O 233 96013137 EO1333 Spikenard (Nardostachys jatamansi) Nepal O 234 96013144 EO1334 Star anise (Illicum verum hook) Vietnam O 235 96013151 EO1335 Tagetes (Tagetes minuta) MADAGASCAR  O 236 96013182 EO1340 Tea Tree (Melaleuca alternifolia) AUSTRALIA O 237 96013205 EO1350 Thyme sweet (Thymus vulgaris ct linalool) SPAIN O 238 96013236 EO1355 Vetiver (Vetiveria zizanoides) MADAGASCOR O 239 96013243 EO1356 Wintergreen (Gaultheria fragrantissima) NEPAL O 240 96013267 EO1364 Ylang ylang extra (Cananga odorata) COMORES O 241 96013274 EO1365 Ylang ylang complete (Cananga odorata) MADAGASCAR O 242 96013281 EO1365A Ylang ylang 1 (Cananga odorata) MADAGASCAR O 243 96013298 EO1365B Ylang ylang 2 (Cananga odorata) MADAGASCAR O 244 96013304 EO1365C Ylang Ylang 3 (Cananga odorata) MADAGASCAR O      



 1 96013311 3005 Almond (Prunus dulcis)    P 
 2 96013328 3010 Apricot (Prunus armeniaca)    P 
 3 96013335 3011 Argan (Argania spinosa)   P 
 4 96013342 3015 Avocado (crude) (Persea gratissima)   P 
 5 96013342 3015 Avocado (refined) (Persea gratissima)   P 6 96013359 3016 Blackseed (Nigella sativa)   P 7 96013670 3092 Starflower Borage (Borago officinalis)   P 8 96013366 3020 Calendula (Calendula officinalis)    P 9 96013373   Camelia seed oil (Camellia oleifera)   P 10 96013397 3021 Carrier oil mix (avacado, grapeseed & wheatgerm)    P 11 96013403 3025 Carrot (Daucus carota)    P 12 96013410 3028 Coconut (fractionated) (Cocos nucifera)   P 13 96013427 3030 Evening primrose (Oenothera biennis)    P 14 96013434   Flax linseed (Linum usitatissimum)   P 15 96013441 3035 Grapeseed (Vitis vinifera)    P 16 96013458 3040 Hazelnut (Corylus avellana)    P 17 96013465   Hemp (Cannabis sativa)   P 18 96013663 3091 Hypericum St Johns Wort   P 19 96013472 3050 Jojoba Golden (Simmondsia chinensis)    P 20 96013489 3051 Jojoba Clear (Simmondsia chinensis)    P 21 96013625   Kikui Nut (Aleurites moluccana)   P 22 96013496 3055 Lime blossom (Tilia europaea)    P 23 96013502 3060 Macadamia (Macadamia integrifolia)    P 24 96013519 3065 Melissa (Melissa officinalis)    P 25 96013533   Moringa oil (moringa oleifera)    P 26 96013540   Neem oil (Azadiracta indica)   P 27 96013564   Olive oil (Olea europaea)   P 28 96013588 3070 Peachnut (Prunus persica)    P 29 96013595   Pomegranate (Punica granatum)   P 30 96013618 3075 Rosehip (Rose canina)    P 31 96013632 3081  Safflower (Carthamus tinctorius)   P 32 96013649 3085  Sesame (Sesamum indicum)   P 33 96013656 3090  Soya (Glycine max)   P 34 96013687 3090 Sunflower (Helianthus annuus)    P 35 96013571   Tamanu (Calophyllum inophyllum)   P 36 96013694 3091 Wheatgerm (Triticum vulgare)    P 37 96013700 3092 White lotion (parabens free   P 38 96013717   White lotion (parabens)   P       

 SP.ORGANIC CARRIER OILS     39 96014455 3005O Organic Almond Sweet (Prunus dulcis)   O 40 96014462   Organic apricot (Prunus armeniaca)    O 41 96014547 3050O Organic Jojoba (Simmondsia chinensis)   O 42 96014578 3075O Organic Rosehip Oil (Rosa canina)   O 43 96014585 3079O Organic Sesame (Sesamum indicum)   O 44 96014592 3080O Organic Sunflower (Helianthus annuus)   O 45 96013526   Organic White Lotion    O 45 96014479 3018O Organic Argan (Argania spinosa)   O 46 96014486 3019O Organic Arnica in Sunflower Oil   O 47 96014493 3015O Organic Avocado (Persea gratissima)   O 48 96014509 3019O Organic Borage (Borago officinalis)   O 49 96014516 3020O Organic Calendula (Calendula officinalis)   O 50 96014523 3024O Organic Tamanu (Calophyllum inophyllum)   O 51 96014530 3025O Organic Carrot seed in Sunflower Oil   O 52 96014554 3060O Organic Macadamia (Macadamia integrifolia)   O 53 96014561 3065O Organic Olive Oil (Olea europea)   O 54 96014608 3084O Organic St Johns Wort in Sunflower Oil   O 55 96014615    Organic Wheatgerm (Triticum vulgare)   O 



 1 96013311 3005 Almond (Prunus dulcis)    P 
 2 96013311 3006 Almond (Prunus dulcis)    P 
 3 96013311 3007 Almond (Prunus dulcis)    P 
 4 96013328 3010 Apricot (Prunus armeniaca)    P 
 5 96013335 3011 Argan Oil   P 6 96013342 3015 Avocado (Persea gratissima)    P 7 96013359 3016  Blackseed   P 8 96013366 3020 Calendula (Calendula officinalis)    P 9 96013373    Camellia Oil infused Oil   P 10 96013380    Camellia seed Oil Expressed    P 11 96013397 3021 Carrier oil mix (avacado, grapeseed & wheatgerm)    P 12 96013397 3022 Carrier Oil Mix    P 13 96013397 3023 Carrier oil mix    P 14 96013403 3025 Carrot (Daucus carota)    P 15 96013410 3028-125 Coconut (fractionated)   P 16 5025412002683 3028-500 Coconut (fractionated)   P 17 5025412002690 3028-1000 Coconut (fractionated)   P 18 96013427 3030 Evening primrose (Oenothera biennis)    P 19 96013434    Flax (Linseed)   P 20 96013441 3035 Grapeseed (Vitis vinifera)    P 21 5025412002706 3036 Grapeseed (Vitis vinifera)    P 22 5025412002713 3037 Grapeseed (Vitis vinifera)    P 23 96013458 3040 Hazelnut (Corylus avellana)    P 24 96013465    Hemp seed   P 25 96013472 3050-50 Jojoba Golden (Simmondsia chinensis)    P 26 5025412002720 3050-125 Jojoba Golden (Simmondsia chinensis)    P 27 5025412002737 3050-500 Jojoba Golden (Simmondsia chinensis)    P 28 5025412002744 3050-1000 Jojoba Golden (Simmondsia chinensis)    P 29 96013489 3051-50 Jojoba Clear (Simmondsia chinensis)    P 30 5025412002751 3051-125 Jojoba Clear (Simmondsia chinensis)    P 31 96013496 3055 Lime blossom (Tilia europaea)    P 32 96013502 3060 Macadamia (Macadamia integrifolia)    P 33 96013519 3065 Melissa (Melissa officinalis)    P 34 96013526    Mustard   P 35 96013533    Moringa oil   P 36 96013540    Neem   P 37 96013557 3045 Hypericum (Hypericum perforatum)    P 38 96013564    Passionflower   P 39 96013571    Passionfruit   P 40 96013588 3070 Peachnut (Prunus persica)    P 41 96013595    Pomegranate   P 42 96013601    Pumpkin seed   P 43 96013618 3075 Rosehip (Rose canina)    P 44 96013625 3080  Rosehip organic   P 45 96013632 3081  Safflower   P 46 96013649 3085  Sesame   P 47 96013656 3090  Soya   P 48 96013663 3091  St Johns Wort/Hypericum   P 49 96013670 3092  Starflower (Borage)   P 50 96013687 3090-PF Sunflower (Helianthus annuus)    P 51 5025412002768   Sunflower (Helianthus annuus)     P 52 96013694 3091-PF Wheatgerm (Triticum vulgare)    P 53 96013700 3092-PF White lotion    P 54 96013717   White lotion    P 55 5025412002775   White lotion    P 56 5025412002782   White lotion (paraben free)   P 57 5025412002799   White lotion (paraben free)   P 58 5025412002805   White lotion (paraben free)   P       


 1 96014622    Organic Basil   O 
 2 96014639    Organic Chamomile Roman France O 
 3 96014646    Organic Cistus Spain O 
 4 96014653    Organic Cypress France O 
 5 96014660    Organic Juniper France O 
 6 96014677    Organic Geranium Bourbon Madagascar O 7 96014691    Organic Helicrysum France O 8 96014707    Organic Inula France O 9 96014714    Organic Laurel France O 10 96014721    Organic Spike Lavender France O 11 96014738    Organic Lavender Fine France O 12 96014745    Organic Lemon Balm France O 13 96014752    Organic Peppermint France O 14 96014769    Organic St Johns Wort France O 15 96014776    Organic Myrtle France O 16 96014684   Neroli Morocco P 17 96014783    Organic Neroli Morocco O 18 96014790    Organic Pine France O 19 96014806    Organic Ravensara   O 20 96014813    Organic Rosemary France O 21 96014820    Organic Rosemary Verbenone France O 23 96014837   Rose otto Morocco O 24 96014844    Organic Rose otto France O 25 96014851    Organic Savory France O 26 96014868    Organic Sage France O 27 96014875    Organic Clary Sage France O 28 96014882    Organic Thyme Linalol France O 29 96014899    Organic Thyme Thymol France O 30 96014905    Organic Lemon Verbena France O   

 BLUE GLASS         31 5025412002812 7011 Organic Chamomile Roman Hydrolat    O 32 5025412002911   Organic Chamomile german hydrolat   O 33 5025412002928 7008 Organic Lavender Hydrolat    O 34 5025412002935 7007 Organic Melissa  Hydrolat    O 35 5025412002942 7010 Organic Neroli Hydrolat    O 36 5025412002959 7012 Organic Peppermint Hydrolat    O 37 5025412002966 7009 Organic Rose Otto Hydrolat    O 38 5025412002973 7013 Organic Rosemary Hydrolat    O 39 5025412002980 7014 Organic Witchazel Hydrolat    O 40 5025412002997   Tea tree hydrolat   O   

PLASTIC Larger sizes                       41 5025412003000 7011 Organic Chamomile Roman     O 42 5025412003017 7008 Organic Lavender     O 43 5025412003024 7007 Organic Melissa      O 44 5025412003031 7010 Organic Neroli    O 45 5025412003048   Organic Rose Otto    O 46 5025412003055 7011 Organic Chamomile Roman     O 47 5025412003062 7008 Organic Lavender     O 48 5025412003079 7007 Organic Melissa      O 49 5025412003086 7010 Organic Neroli    O 50 5025412003093   Organic Rose Otto    O 51 5025412003109 7011 Organic Chamomile Roman     O 52 5025412003116 7008 Organic Lavender     O 53 5025412003123 7007 Organic Melissa      O 54 5025412003130 7010 Organic Neroli    O 55 5025412003147   Organic Rose Otto    O