All of Siam Botanicals essential oils are produced from pure plant-based extracts and are 100% natural.

The oils should be used with a ceramic oil burner to release their fragrances, or as directed by your aromatherapist.

Lemongrass
Pungent fresh lemon, hay-like top notes with green grassy undertones
Uplifting and energizing, soothing for headaches and stress and an effective natural insecticide
Combines well with most citruses and florals – try with orange, ylang ylang or lavender.
Juniper Berry
Juniper Berry is a purifying essential oil.
Clean fresh turpentine top notes and smoky, balsamic, woody, peppery undertones.
Blends well with woods and citruses, as well as lavender and clary sage.
Purifying, cleansing and fortifying.
Ylang Ylang
Ylang Ylang means “flower of flowers”.
A voluptuous and exotic fragrance. Intense, sweet, floral and tropical top notes with exotic wood balsamic undertones.
Blends well with other florals and citruses, and with litsea, patchouli, clove and lemongrass.
Aphrodisiac, exotic and sensual. Calms, uplifts and creates a sense of peace.
Patchouli
A dark orange and viscous oil with warm, rich, spicy top notes and earthy, herbaceous, musky undertones.
Blends well with lavender, clove, ylang ylang and clary sage.
Soothing, stabilizing, earthy and sensual. Good in massage oils for reducing stress and alleviating anxiety.
Rosemary
“Rosemary for remembrance”.
Sharp, fresh, green top notes and herbaceous balsamic undertones. Blends well with juniper, lavender, basil and most spices.
Excellent in massage oils for relaxing tight muscles. At once stimulating, purifying and protecting.
Sweet Basil
Tender and aromatic. Sweet, green, herbaceous top notes and spice aniseedy undertones.
Calming. Relieves stress and mental fatigue. Combines well with other herbs and lavender.
Plai
Steam distilled from the Thai wild grown roots of Plai. Similar to ginger, it has wonderful
uplifting peppery green and eucalyptus aroma. Highly regarded in Thailand for its therapeutic
properties when used in massage oils. Relieves tired muscles, pain and inflammation.
Litsea
An uplifting lemon fresh fragrance. Combines well with citrus and lemongrass.
Reduces stress, invigorates and promotes restful sleep.
Tea Tree
Originates from a shrub native only to Australia. Spicy camphorous top notes with pungent medicinal undertones.
Blends well with spices and herbs and lavender.
Amazing antiviral, antiseptic and antibacterial properties.
Lavender
The most popular, verstaile and widely used of all essential oils.
Clean fresh top floral notes and subtle green herbaceous undertones.
Blends well with most other essential oils.
Highly therepeutic when used in massage oils and bath oils. Soothing, calming and relaxing.
Sweet Orange
Expressed from the fruit of the sweet orange tree. Fresh fruit top notes and radiant sensuous undertones.
Blends well with citruses, spices, lemongrass,clary sage and lavender.
Cheery and uplifting.
Citronella
Steam distilled from wild citronella grass. A distinct, natural, woody, lemony and grassy aroma.
Citronella can be used in an oil burner to repell insects and mosquitoes.
Diluted in an all-natural base oil, it makes an effective all-natural insect repellent that can be applied to the skin.
Clove Leaf
A strong spicy aroma. Blends well with juniper and clary sage, basil, citruses and spices.
Good in massage oils to relieve sore muscles. Clove is  a natural insect repellent when used in a burner.
Peppermint
Fresh, bright, minty top notes with sharp grassy undertones. Blends well with lavender, rosemary and eucalyptus.
Used in massage oils to aid digestion. Bold and strong, promoting clarity and alertness.
Eucalyptus
Sharp camphorous top notes and penetrating woody undertones. Blends well
with lavender and other woods and herbs. Piercing, stimulating and purifying.
Grapefruit
Clean fresh and light top notes with sweet citrusy undertones. Blends well with other
citruses and with lavender, juniper and ylang ylang.
Refeshing, cleansing and reviving.
Clary Sage
Sweet musky herbaceous top notes and nutty, almost floral undertones. Blends well with
lavender, citruses and clove. Eases depression, melancholia and anxiety
and is at once intoxicating sensuous and uplifting. Good in a massage oil for a relaxing and
uplifting experience.

Essential Oils are for EXTERNAL USE ONLY and should not be applied directly to the skin in undiluted form.

 

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