Pure, natural, wild-harvested essential oils are sourced from organic farms around the world.

Au Natural Organics offers a comprehensive range of organic essential oils and blends. They can be used in health, beauty, and aromatherapy, as well as in natural household cleaning recipes and soap making.

From their use in natural anti-aging products to cleansing blends for the mind and body, essential oils are becoming more widely known. There are wonderful organic alternatives to the chemical-laden products that fill our lives and can potentially cause harm. Learn more about Au Natural’s versatile essential oil.

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African Wormwood Oil – 1 oz (30 ml)

African wormwood is a native of South Africa and, although commonly found in that area, it is a relatively new species (and oil) to the United States. It’s one of the oldest plants used by South Africans and it is often found in the herb garden.

Ammi Visnaga Oil – 1 oz (30 ml )

Ammi visnaga, commonly known as khella, is a powerful and potent herb which has been used since the time of the ancient Egyptians. The Egyptians made a tea with the fruit of Ammi visnaga and today a tea can still be prepared from a tincture of the plant. The plant khella is related the Queen Anne's Lace (Daucus carota) and it is very similar in appearance. However, it is a lot more potent herb.Khella essential oil has a deep earthy, slightly floral aroma which pairs well with citrus top note essential oils, or lemon-based essential oils.

Bergamot Oil – 1oz (30ml)

Bergamot Essential Oil Bergamot essential oil is an uplifting citrus oil favored for its skincare uses and its pleasing fruity aroma which can uplift and soothe one’s spirit. It blends well with other citrus essential oils to create wonderful mixed aromas.

Buchu Oil – 1 oz (30 ml)

A native to the mountains of western South Africa, Buchu, as it is commonly known, gives up its leaves to produce an essential oil. The oil glands are located within the leaves and, when distilled, produce a rue/peppermint-like aroma and essential oil. The essential oil also has an earthy and medicinal note.

Cistus Oil – 1oz (30 ml)

Cistus, commonly known as rock rose, produces a sticky brown resin called labdanum which is highly prized in perfumery making.  Cistus essential oil, however, is extracted from the leaves and twigs of the plant and produces a distinctly different essential oil.

Citronella Oil – 3.4oz (100ml)

 Citronella Essential OilOften known for its properties in repelling insects, Citronella can be used to create wonderfully uplifting oil that is great for treating oily skin. The essential oil has a sharp, lemon-y aroma that can be combined with citrus and some flower oils for greater benefits. One uncommon yet proven use for the oil is that it can be used to calm barking dogs.

Clove Bud Oil – 3.4oz (100ml)

Clove Bud Essential Oil The traditional spice can also be used to make a powerful essential oil with a wonderful aroma that can be used to treat damaged and oily skin. Clove bud oil is very high in antioxidants and thus can be added to other oils for this benefit. Clove essential oil has a sweet, spicy aroma that is favorable to many, and blends well with other citrus and spice oils. 

Cypress Oil – 1.7 oz ( 50 ml)

The cypress tree is a well known feature of the Mediterranean countryside and, indeed, it has featured in many famous paintings, including those of Claude Monet (184 – 1926). It has been used for thousands of years in medicine, and as incense for religious rituals. The Tibetians still use it as a purifier.

Eucalyptus Blend Oil – 3.4oz (100ml)

Eucalyptus Essential OilEucalyptus oil has natural antiseptic properties, which make it a good choice for a first-aid oil for scrapes and insect bites or to use in herbal salves. It may also be effective in healing acne blemishes. Its natural insect repellent properties make it a good choice for lice treatment. The refreshing, clean scent of eucalyptus is great for aromatherapy because it has a calming effect. Au Natural Organics Eucalyptus essential oil blend is composed of pure organic Eucalyptus Dives, Eucalyptus Radiata, and Smithii from Australia. The refreshing scent makes for a great addition to household cleaning products as well. 

Geranium Oil – 1.7 Fl oz ( 50 ml)

Geranium essential oil is a middle note oil and is a “jack-of-all-trades.” It is adaptable for many different situations and, when combined with other essential oils, has the ability to soothe both the body and the mind. It a favorite essential oil of women.

Gurjun Balsam Oil 3.4 oz (100 ml)

Our pure, organic Gurjun Balsam oil is wild harvested by our partners in Indonesia. It is obtained from the Dipterocarpus turbinatus tree and can be used as a perfume oil, for aromatherapy, massage or in natural health and beauty recipes. It adds a pleasing woody fragrance to any product and is often used in candlemaking as a fragrance oil. Additionally this oil has been used in traditional Ayurvedic medicine for treating many ailments. A simple internet search will reveal many benefits to Gurjun balsam oil and we encourage you to learn more!

Helychrisum with Peridot Oil – 1oz (30ml)

Helichrysum Essential OilHelichrysum is a relatively new essential oil compared to some of the more traditional essential oils. That said it is can be used in a variety of ways to treat various skin conditions, joint and muscle aches, and damaged hair. One use for it is to treat sun burns as it has strong antioxidant properties that are good for the skin. It’s honey-like aroma is a favorite for skincare and perfume products, and blends very well with lavender oil.

Hyssop Oil – 1.7 Fl oz (50 ml)

Hyssop essential oil has an aroma that is a mix of camphor, spice, and herbs, and it is generally considered to be a warming oil. It blends well with its Lamiaceae plant family cousins – such as lavender, rosemary, and sage.

Laurel Leaf Oil– 1oz (30 ml)

Laurel leaf essential oil is a melody of medicinal, fresh, strong (to the point of penetrating), spicy, and clean notes. It overlaps between a top and middle note aroma. As laurel leaf essential oil often goes by the name bay laurel, it is common to get it confused with bay (Pimenta racemosa) essential oil. However, the two essential oils are very different.

Lavender Oil – 1.7oz (50ml)

Lavender Essential OilLavender is one of the most popular – and most versatile – essential oils in existence. Used for hundreds of years, it is just as popular today for skincare and relaxation needs. There are many types of lavender species available; choose Lavandula angustifolia for the true lavender experience.

Leleshwa Oil – 1oz (30ml)

LeleshwaLeleshwa Oil is sourced from from the leaves of the leleshwa plant which grows in Africa. The leaves it is made from have been used by indigenous people t for years for bedding and healing. The oil can be used for skin care to help heal damaged skin, and aromatherapy to help uplift one’s spirit. It has an herbaceous and flowery scent that is refreshing. It is also a natural insect repellent and can be used to treat damaged hair.

Essential oils These oils, which are derived from plants, are incredibly versatile and contain the essence of nature. Let's explore the realm of essential oils and learn the mysteries behind their medicinal properties.

Type of oil

Citrus oils: rich in vitality, these oils stimulate the senses. Examples of these oils are orange and lemon.

Floral Oils: Used frequently in aromatherapy, lavender and rose oils have a relaxing and soothing effect.

Woody Oils: Cedarwood and sandalwood are examples of woody oils that have an earthy, grounding scent.

Herbal Oils: The revitalizing effects of peppermint and basil oils are well known.

Method of extraction

Distillation: To extract aromatic compounds, this conventional method uses steam.

Cold-press extraction: This method uses mechanical pressure to extract the essence and is best for citrus oils.

Solvent extraction: This technique works well for delicate flowers and uses a solvent like hexane.

Health benefits

Stress Reduction: The relaxing effects of lavender oil inhalation can help ease tension and anxiety.

Aromatherapy: Diffusers with essential oils produce a relaxing atmosphere that encourages rest.

Skincare: The antibacterial and anti-inflammatory qualities of tea tree oil are well-known.

Health of the respiratory system: Eucalyptus oil reduces congestion and aids in respiratory issues.

How to apply essential oils

Diffuser: A few drops added to a diffuser release the selected aroma throughout the space.

Topical application: To achieve specific benefits, apply diluted oil to the skin.

Inhalation: Directly inhaling the oil from the bottle or inhaling the vapor offers immediate relief.

Guards and preventive actions

Essential oils should be diluted with carrier oil before use because they are potent.

Allergy: To prevent adverse reactions, patch testing is crucial.

Speak with experts: Individuals with health issues or those who are pregnant should speak with experts.

Handmade Essential Oil Mixture

Mixture for Relaxation: Calming ingredients include ylang-ylang, chamomile, and lavender.

peppermint, rosemary, and lemon to boost concentration; A combination of clarity and focus.

To strengthen the immune system, the Immune Support Blend contains tea trees, eucalyptus, and lemon.

The use of essential oils in daily life

Cleaning the house: Combine tea tree oil and other natural antibacterial oils to make cleaners.

Effective insect repellents made of natural oils include citronella and eucalyptus.

Beauty routines: Use oils for skin care, such as frankincense and jojoba.

Essential oils in traditional medicine

Ancient Practice: Essential oils have been used for centuries as a healing tool by many cultures.

Modern Integration: Essential oils are used in modern medicine to promote overall wellness.

Essential oils' future

Research is still being done in science to find new uses and advantages.

Innovation: New formulations and extraction techniques open up exciting new possibilities.

A journey into the fragrant wonders of nature can be experienced by incorporating essential oils into daily life. These oils provide a natural and comprehensive approach to wellness, whether it be for beauty, health, or relaxation. Enter this aromatic realm to discover the myriad advantages that lie ahead of you.