Top 10 Essential Oils You Must Try

Essential Oils

As one of the leading suppliers of quality essential oils, New Directions Aromatics, offer the largest selection of Certified Organic, 100% Pure and Therapeutic Grade Essential Oils and Aromatherapy Products in wholesale quantities. Oils are the natural hearts of plants attained by steam purification or cold-expression from a single botanical source. These are the oils that are used widely in aromatherapy and in other commercial enterprises such as:

  • Cosmetics
  • Pharmaceuticals
  • Candles
  • Soaps
  • Domestic cleaning products

Essential Oils are the immune systems of the plants being distilled, enabling plants to guard themselves from infection by other organisms. The fluids extracted from plants are essential for their survival, but they often offer exotic perfume sense composites valued in perfumery and aromatherapy. New Directions Aromatics offers a wide variety of pure, complete essential oils taken from the blossoms, bark, leaves and roots of flowers, fruits, herbs, and spices.

Listed below are top 10 important essential oils and some information about them:


They offer several varieties of lavender to suit your budget and your needs. Two of the most popular among aromatherapists are French and Bulgarian population varieties. Lavender 40/42 is very cost-effective.


The eucalyptus essential oil is recognized by its powerful and clean fragrance and its fresh notes, which are lovely. Among eucalyptus, Blue Mallee has the highest content of cineol and eucalyptol.

Ylang Ylang 

The exotic Ylang Ylang provokes feelings of deep, leisurely calm, and is believed to intensify the senses. The yellow flowers of the Ylang Ylang tree are striking and yield quality oil that is excellent. Among its many varieties, Ylang Ylang Extra is believed to be the best grade. 

Tea Tree 

Tea Tree is one of the most well-known essential oils as it is used often in home remedies. Its aroma is slightly medicinal but fresh, and it leaves a sweet woody base note as it dissolves. 


They carry several varieties of chamomile essential oil. The variety from Germany is the most popular of all the chamomiles and has a perfect reputation among holistic practitioners.


Peppermint essential oil has a cooling aroma that is smells strongly of peppermint, which is fresh with clean, sweet top notes. It is thought to be uplifting and creates a sense of refreshment to boost positive vibes.


The cedarwood essential oil is widely used in commercial soaps, perfumes, and especially in men’s colognes. Atlas Cedarwood is the most popular variety and has a woody, sweet scent that is very sharp.


Three available ginger varieties are ginger fresh, ginger root (steam distilled) and ginger organic.


Used extensively in the perfume industry, geranium essential oil has a long-lasting fragrance that is treasured for its, enduring scent with a sweet, strongrosy top note and a middle note that is slightly sharp. The scent of this oil is sophisticated and makes its use in aromatherapy quite popular for uplifting the mood gently.


Radiant and refreshing, they carry several types of lemon essential oil. The two that are most popular are the regular lemon and the lemon 5-fold, for their enduring and pleasant fragrance.


The orange essential oil has a very zesty, energizing scent, which can be used in aromatherapy to create the feeling of warmth and happiness.


Rosemary essential oil is extensively used in aromatherapy as its fresh, deliciously herbaceous aroma helps with sluggishness and to alleviate that feeling of lethargy.

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