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IMPORTANT NOTICE: We can no longer ship oils via the United States Postal Service that have a flashpoint lower than 200ºF. Although we believe this is due to an erroneous interpretation of the Department of Transportation Regulations, Bramble Berry will obey these rules until they have been corrected. However, all medium flashpoint oils can be shipped using any Fed Ex service (including international) with no additional fees or paperwork.
Cinnamon Leaf: Though non-toxic, this essential oil is a skin irritant and potentially a skin sensitizer so you should use it highly diluted
Citronella Essential Oil: Citronella is commonly used as an insect repellant (mosquitoes and fleas) but also helps with excessive perspiration (when...click to read more
Clary Sage Essential Oil: Clary Sage is well known for its balancing properties. Used in PMS blends, it is reputed to help with menopause and menstrual...click to read more
Clove Leaf Essential Oil:
Clove Bud is a numbing agent that was used for treating tooth aches
(applied directly to the sore tooth). Though it is ...click to read more
Egyptian Geranium Essential Oil: Sophisticated, fresh floral similar to a rose, but not quite so heavy. Geranium is said to have psychologically balancing effects and...click to read more
Elemi: This scent is typically used in perfumery as a middle note because of its fresh, citrusy and slightly peppery smell. For aromatherapy, it is commonly...click to read more
Eucalyptus Oil: This very strong essential oil is often used in muscle and joint creams. It is also used in sprays and salts to help clear the sinuses and respiratory system....click to read more
This essential oil has a sweet and licorice-like aroma. It is reputed to be used for anti-cellulite blends and purportedly helps with mood smoothing for tension and...click to read more
Fir Needle Essential Oil: This essential oil is a traditional pine scent. Used in liniments, as a disinfectant, for making soaps, candles and for scenting...click to read more
Grapefruit Essential Oil: All hail the return of this versatile, sprightly oil! During the cold snap in 2004, Florida's grapefruit production took
Also known as Everlasting or Immortelle, Helichrysum Essential Oil is a strong anti-inflammatory...click to read more
Lavender, Hungarian Essential Oil: Although this is the same botanical flower as the Provence Lavender, our Hungarian Lavender essential oil is less camphorous...click to read more
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