Aura Cacia Aromatherapy Single Essential Oils - A to C Selections

Aura Cacia Aromatherapy Single Essential Oils - A to C Selections

Aura Cacia Aromatherapy Single Essential Oils: A - C Selections

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 No Synthetic Colors or Fragrances, Not Tested On Animals, No Synthetic Colors or Stabilizers, 100% Pure Essential Oils, Paraben Free, Essential oils tested for purity.

·       Aura Cacia essential oils are distilled from the leaves, roots, flowers, seeds, tops, or fruits of plants. They are the highly concentrated aromatic components of the plants or plant parts from which they are distilled.

·         Aura Cacia does not use any ingredients or carry any products that are irradiated.

·         None of Aura Cacia's products are tested on animals.

·         Aura Caccia tests extensively to ensure that their essential oils are pure and unadulterated

·         Aura Cacia essential oil bottles are not sealed.  They do use a child proof cap that must be pressed down to open.  The caps should be pressed down and tightened to prevent leakage. (Sometimes the essential oil may get on the outer ring of the rubber insert (orifice reducer) and need to be wiped off so the bottle can be closed tight enough to prevent leakage.)

·         In general, we recommend not to apply undiluted oils directly on your skin, and oils should only be used with a recommended dilution based on the particular situation of the person and the intended use of the oil (from 1-10%). A few oils, like lavender and tea tree, can occasionally be applied directly, but in general, dilution is always recommended. With any oil we recommend a skin patch test. Always use caution.

·         Diluted essential oils can be applied almost anywhere on the body (avoid the eyes, of course). However, the fastest absorption occurs in areas where you have lots of blood vessels close to the surface of the skin. (Many of these are also called pressure points.) The soles of the feet, the wrists, neck and behind the ears are all great spots for applying oils to improve absorption. Warmth also plays a role — your body doesn't absorb oils as well when it's cold. The underarm is also an ideal place to apply oils; it has lots of blood vessels and is also warm.

·         We don't recommend using essential oils for flavoring food at home due to safety concerns.

·         Aromatherapy products are regulated by the FDA as cosmetics and must conform to cosmetic labeling regulations. Aura Cacia labels all products in compliance with regulations in order to protect users. Not all companies comply with the law — that's why you may see competing products making claims or statements about the product's supposed benefits that you won't see on an Aura Cacia label.

·         While the number of drops in a bottle of essential oil varies according to the consistency of the oil, the average drops per bottle for these sizes: 1/8-ounce, 1/2-ounce, 2-ounce and 4-ounce bottles are, from smallest to largest, about 72 drops, 288 drops, 1,152 drops and 2,304 drops.

·         It's best to store essential oils in closed, glass bottles away from heat and light. While some essential oils may stay good almost indefinitely under ideal conditions, we recommend two years as a good rule of thumb for most oils. Citrus and conifer oils have a shorter shelf life due to certain components that react to oxygen in a way that degrades the oil over time. These oils are best used within 18 months of the manufacture date on the bottle.

     Balsam, Fir Needle

Evoking images of mountainside fir forests and holiday festivities, balsam fir needle essential oil is opening and invigorating to the spirit.

Used by massage therapists for its warming effect, the essential oil of balsam fir needle is found in massage blends and body care recipes alike. This oil provides a variety of benefits to topical applications.

For airspace and breath usage, balsam fir is great in diffusions and mists. It makes a strong and effective addition to natural air fresheners.

A strong aromatic component on its own or combined with other oils, this one is typically used in wintertime diffusions, chest rubs, and in sauna'

Balsam, Peru

A soothing addition to skin creams and cleansers, Peru balsam essential oil has a rich, vanilla-like scent.

      Basil, Sweet

Basil has a powerful aroma that is cooling and energizing. It’s perfect for warmer months and long study sessions.

In modern aromatherapy, basil’s sweet, awakening aroma is used to cheer the heart and mind.

In massage applications, basil is a soothing component. However, sensitive skin types may experience some irritation. Any topical application should be tested before use, and dilution is encouraged.

       Bergamot (Bergaptene-free)

       Bergamot essential oil is used in calming, balancing blends. It is elevating to the spirit, yet is associated with maintaining a peaceful disposition.

This pleasant and balancing oil is popular in diffusions for daytime use and is great for work and school. In the home, diffusions during study time or after work or school can be useful for calm focus.

The aroma is lively and sweet, which makes it an excellent deodorizer and room freshener. It is a popular component in perfumes and colognes and is considered a universally pleasing aroma.

Bergamot essential oil can also be useful in wintertime diffusions –the subtle citrus aroma is a reminder of bright and sunny days.

      Black Pepper New!

Black pepper essential oil has been used in many personal care applications over the years. It is useful in topical massage blends for muscle care and in diffusions for emotional support. One of the strengths of the oil is its ability to warm both physically and emotionally.

Beneficial for specific massage applications, black pepper can be used for abdominal massage and for the hands and feet. It is also a great companion oil in chest balms and breath applications.

Due to its warming nature, dilution of this essential oil is always advised.

In diffusions, black pepper is an ideal essential oil for mealtimes.

Believed to aid focus, this oil can be useful in diffusions for students or at work when extra concentration is needed.

Camphor, White

The penetrating, medicinal aroma of white camphor essential oil is associated with chest rubs and balms for muscles and joints.

 Cardamom Seed

Useful in blends as well as body applications that need a mild warming component, the spicy aroma of cardamom is ideal. Cardamom essential oil is also used in modern perfumery for the seed's rich and spicy aroma.

Known as a romantic aroma, cardamom is also popular in aphrodisiac blends.

This mild spice is also great in chest balms and breath diffusions and is a good alternative to some of the more robust camphoraceous oils.

Beneficial to travelers, this oil is known as fortifying and considered useful in easing travel upset.

Emotionally, cardamom is stabilizing and inspiring, and is useful in emotional blends for strength and harmony. This aromatic spice is also helpful in diffusions that target anger. Also known for giving a boost, this oil is considered stimulating.

In massage blends, cardamom is mildly warming and invigorating.

      Carrot Seed

Carrot seed essential oil is valued for its revitalizing and refreshing effect. It is a popular addition to DIY applications for moisturizers, eye creams, and other facial care products.

An aid to the skin in many ways, carrot seed essential oil finds primary usage in topical applications. Ideally suited to use after cold, dry months, this oil lends support in springtime.


Though it provides a comforting aroma, cassia bark essential oil is highly irritating and should not come in contact with the skin. Its properties are best appreciated when diffused.

      Cedarwood, Atlas New!

Altas Cedarwood is considered a calming essential oil and can be used as a base note in numerous relaxation-focused blends and recipes where it combines well with lavender, neroli,  citrus oils, Rose Absolute and Rose Otto, among many others. It is also considered  a  meditative oil, blending well with frankincense and sandalwood for spiritual usage.  

Useful in topical applications and diffusions alike, this essential oil is beneficial in a variety of personal care applications. It is found in cleansing personal care applications and is known for being effective yet gentle. This makes it suitable for scalp care, general skin care and foot care. 

Its woody aroma also makes a wonderful contribution to personal fragrances as well as holiday and seasonal blends. 

Cedarwood, Texas

When diffused, Texas Cedarwood essential oil helps to focus and stabilize. In the wintertime, it’s a great addition to chest balms. Hikers and campers use Texas Cedarwood in topical applications for its protective benefits.

It’s also great in soothing massage blends, shampoos and conditioners, and scalp recipes.

In the home, Texas Cedarwood is useful in surface and floor cleaning solutions.

     Cinnamon Leaf

Cinnamon leaf essential oil is known for its ability to warm the home and body. Its spicy aroma also lends well to wintertime diffusions, especially when combined with citrus oils. The fortifying effect invigorates the senses and counters tension.

Cinnamon leaf has purifying properties, as well. It can be blended with other oils, like thyme or tea tree, to cleanse and freshen indoor air space.

The oil has a long history of use as an aphrodisiac, and it’s still added to many romantic perfume blends.

While the aroma of Cinnamon leaf essential oil is pleasant, you should avoid applying it directly to the skin, as it can be highly irritating.

      Citronella Java

Citronella is mainly used in outdoor blends and patio sprays, but it’s also added to cleaning and skin care recipes. Citronella is a calming and relaxing oil. You can diffuse it into the air, add a small amount to a spritz, or even drop some oil onto the metal cage of a fan. The oil is relatively safe to use, although it has the potential to be slightly irritating at high concentrations. As with other essential oils, it should be diluted before use

Clary Sage

Clary Sage essential oil is soothing and balancing. It’s commonly used in massage and relaxation blends, and in recipes specific to women. Clary Sage oil can be uplifting, but not overly invigorating, so it’s an ideal oil to use at the end of a busy workday.

Aromatically, the strength of Clary Sage tends to limit its usage as the dominant oil in a blend. However, some people love the aroma and use it regularly as a stand alone oil in a blend.

       Clove Bud (Top Ten)

Clove bud is a cleansing, comforting oil that can be found in many DIY recipes. While it is a component in many oral care products, use of the neat essential oil is discouraged for oral care. The oil should not be used in oral care or teething remedies for babies and small children.  For adults, clove bud oil has a soothing action that can be quite comforting when used appropriately. Its warming effect makes it valuable in topical applications, as well. When used topically, clove bud oil should always be heavily diluted. In small amounts, its cleansing action is also ideal for home care products and outdoor recipes, including patio sprays and compost bucket additives.

      Coriander Seed

Similar to bergamot, but with a woody nuance, coriander essential oil’s scent adds a sweet freshness to soaps and perfumes. Combine this calming, focusing oil with lavender to inspire restful sleep.


Found in recipes for skin and body care, Cypress essential oil is known to be soothing. It is especially helpful in massage applications, encouraging rejuvenation, relaxation, and peace.

In aromatherapy, practitioners diffuse Cypress to remind them of the vitality found in nature. Its pacifying aroma is also perceived to soothe during unstable times.

Aromatically, Cypress essential oil is opening, and it has a refreshing, spicy, Juniper- and pine needle-like aroma. It makes a wonderful addition to vaporizers and diffusers, chest rubs, foot blends, and natural deodorant blends.

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