(A) BULK TEA TREE LEAF Dried, Milled and Graded
A natural bioactive exfoliant recommended for use in personal care products.
(A) BULK TEA TREE LEAF Dried, Milled and Graded »
Australian Blue Cypress
The jewel in our Australian essential oils crown...
Australian Blue Cypress »
Grown in the Southern regions, where greater day length approximates its native Mediterranean locations...
Australian Peppermint »
Australian Spearmint essential oil, unlike Peppermint, contains little or no menthol. Its significant constituents are carvone (over 70%), dihydrocarvone, and limonene.
Australian Spearmint »
Blue Gum Eucalyptus
The essential oil distilled from the leaves is very high in cineole, up to 90%...
Blue Gum Eucalyptus »
Generally regarded as the finest of the therapeutic cineole-type Eucalyptus oils...
Eucalyptus Radiata »
Lemon Eucalyptus owes much of its distinctive lemon fragrance to citronellal...
Lemon Eucalyptus »
Its plant chemical constituents give the oil a much less aggressive aroma profile than either Lemon Myrtle or Lemon Tea Tree...
Lemon Ironbark »
Well-known in Australian cuisine circles for its fine rounded lemon notes...
Lemon Myrtle »
Lemon Tea Tree
Not a Melaleuca, rather, an entirely different genus and species...
Lemon Tea Tree »
Maximum efficacy blend in a Micromel (terpinen-4-ol) and nerolidol base. Terpinen-4-ol is ubiquitous throughout the plant kindgom, appearing to protect the plant against microbial attack. Nerolidol is an antimicrobial isolate from Melaleuca quinquenervia-Chemotype LN, and is widely used in pharmaceutical transdermal patches for enhanced delivery of the active material.
Around 50/50 linalool and nerolidol,giving very distinctive lavender and lilac notes...
Our reliable supply of Niaouli has a particularly clean and fruity aroma, and consistent analysis...
One of the most fragrant of the Melaleuca oils; very variable in analysis from different locations.
Tea Tree Premium Select
Melaleuca alternifolia yields an essential oil recognised as one of nature's most effective and versatile healers...
Tea Tree Premium Select »
For decades one of Australia's major exporters of Tea Tree oil, The Australian Essential Oil Company is the world's only source for true Australian Blue Cypress oil.
Our unique collection of essential oils is derived from a wide range of plants native to Australia. All are grown in sound, sustainable environmental conditions, either from plantations as a renewable resource, or from natural stands grown under ecological management on private lands. Nurtured by our network of expert native plant farmers, many are Eco-Harvest® certified or certified Organic.
Each is produced using exacting distillation methods, refined through AEOC's continual efforts to advance the science of essential oil production. Meticulous attention to all phases of production, processing and packaging results in a dependably consistent top quality product. Technical service includes in-house analysis by gas chromatography/mass spectroscopy as well as the full range of physical analyses.
Our research and development program brings treasures from the Australian pharmacopoeia to aromatherapy, natural health products, traditional therapies, cosmeceuticals, perfumery and top-range cosmetics. We also supply for nature-based janitorial, technical, pest control (i.e. insects and head lice), and agricultural products. Under investigation are essential oils from many native plants, shrubs and trees including Araucaria, Backhousia, Baekia, Callitris, Eremophila, Eucalypts, Geijera, Leptospermums, Melaleucas, Prostanthera and Zieria.
The Australian Essential Oil Company is certified by Australian Certified Organic (ACO) as a processor of organic essential oils (certification number P237). We operate under a quality assurance system that is compliant with ISO standards, that guarantees the source of the produce, and enables audit trailing procedures in both the U.S.A. and in the E.U.
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Page last updated: 10 Feb 2016