A Must Read On Essential Oil

The name of ‘Essential oil’ derived from the meaning ‘Essence of’ the plant’s. Fragrance and exotic aroma of essential oils originate from naturally occurring volatile organic compounds presence in botanicals.

Since ancient times, essential oils were used in a form of ‘alternative medicine’, known as ‘Aromatherapy’; Induced soothing effects and relaxation.

History of ‘essential oils’ going back to as far as Mesopotamia, ancient China and ancient Egypt.

Fun fact: Essential oil was considered as a precious element in Ancient Egypt. Specially designed alabaster jars were placed to hold the ‘Essential oils’ when the King Tutankhamun was buried, so that young king needs them in afterlife.

Production process: Steam distillation, cold pressing, wax embedding, solvent extraction

Essential oil uses

  • Aromatherapy
  • Food and beverages 
  • Cosmetics, soaps and Perfume industry
  • Insects repelling agent

Caution:Certain essential oils should not be directly used as perfumes. Direct contact with sensitive skins may cause irritation and/or allergic reactions. Keep reach out of children.

Tea leaves oil

Origin: Sri Lanka

Produced with ‘Steam distillation’ process. May use diluted or undiluted form depending on the application.

SourceFormActive Ingredient
Tea tree leaves100% tea leaves oilTerpinen-4-ol


  • Aromatheraphy
  • Antiseptic agent
  • Boost wound healing
  • Kill germs (help prevention from cold, flu and other illnesses)
  • Insect repellent (ants, cockroaches)

Cinnamon leaves oil

Origin: Sri Lanka

Produced with ‘Steam distillation’ process. Cinnamon leaves oil has ‘Clove like’ spicy aroma due to the presence of Eugenol.

SourceFormActive Ingredient
Cinnamon tree leaves100% cinnamon leaves oilEugenol, contains 65-92%Other: Cinnamaldehyde

Benefits and Uses:

  • Food flavoring agent
  • Insect repellent
  • Anti-septic agent
  • Anti-fungal agent
  • Anti-diarrheal agent

Cinnamon bark oil

Origin: Sri Lanka

Produced with ‘steam distillation’ process. Cinnamon bark oil is more expensive and, rare. Cinnamon bark oil is sweet, has delicate aroma and mild spicy taste.

SourceFormActive Ingredient
Cinnamon tree100% cinnamon bark oilCinnamaldehyde >65%Other: Cinnamic acid, Eugenol

Benefits and Uses:

  • Aromatherapy
  • Excellent flavoring agent
  • Lower bad Cholesterol (LDL)
  • Controls blood sugar levels
  • Anti-septic agent, Antibacterial agent
  • Perfume industry (used as a raw material due to its exotic fragrance)

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