Patchouli essential oil blends well with other essential oils, including ylang-ylang, sweet orange and jasmine.
Sandalwood Oil: With its distinctive earthy, yet sweet smell, there’s no mistaking the classic scent of sandalwood oil, which is often used in perfumes and air fresheners.
Sandalwood oil originates from the East Indian sandalwood tree, which is renowned for being one of the most valuable trees in the world. Both the heartwood and the roots of these precious trees are used to make sandalwood essential oil.
Tisserand essential oils are some of the most famous in the world, thanks to the pioneering work of British aromatherapist Robert Tisserand in the 1970s.
Not only does the brand benefit from Robert Tisserand’s aromatherapy and research institute, but it is maintains pristine ethical standards, and all of their products are either organic, wild crafted or ethically harvested.
There are several benefits of buying organic essential oils. One of the main ones is knowing that the plants used in the oil were not grown using man-made fertilisers, herbicides or pesticides.
This means the soil is healthier, not only for the plants that went into your essential oil, but contributing to a healthier ecological system in general.
Cutting out these man-made chemicals means no pollution is leaked into the soil or water.
A brand with a huge range of products is Miaroma essential oil. If you are looking for an unusual scent, try this brand, which has tangerine, star anise and juniper, among many other pure essential oils.