Essential Oil

Essential oils

These are made by a steam distillation of the plant, which removes its oil-based chemicals into a very concentrated liquid. Essential oils are typically inhaled (for aromatherapy) or used topically; a few specific oils can be taken orally.

THE PROS: Essential oils are very potent, which means you can see benefits with just a few drops at a time.

THE CONS: “Because they are so strong, essential oils can be toxic to mucus membranes—another reason to use them in very small amounts,” says Dr. Rawls. “And never ingest an essential oil without consulting your healthcare provider first.”

Essential Oil List

Sr# Essential Oils 1 Lit Dose (ML)
1 Anisee / Sounf Oil/ Badyaan Foeniculam Vulgarus 1ml
2 Black Pepper Oil 0.5ml
3 Cajuput Oil 1ml -2ml
4 Camphor Oil 0.5ml
5 Caraway Oil 1ml
6 Cardamom Oil 0.5ml
7 Cassia Oil 1ml
8 Chili Oil 0.25ml
9 Cinnamon Oil 0.5ml-1ml
10 Clove Oil 0.5ml-1ml
11 Coriander Oil 1ml
12 Cumin Oil 1ml
13 Dill Oil 0.5ml-1ml
14 Elachi Oil 0.5ml-1ml
15 Eucalyptus Oil 0.5ml
16 Garlic Oil 0.5ml
17 Ginger Oil 0.5ml-1ml
18 Jaifal Oil 1ml
19 Jojoba Oil 1ml -2ml
20 Lavender Oil 0.5ml-1ml
21 Lemon Grass Oil 1ml -2ml
22 Litsea Cubeba Oil 1ml -2ml
23 Loban Oil 1ml
24 Nutmeg oil 1ml
25 Onion Oil 0.5ml-1ml
26 Orange oil 0.5ml-1ml
27 Palmarosea Oil 0.5ml-1ml
28 Peppermint Oil 1ml
29 Rose Oil 0.5ml-1ml
30 Rosemary Oil 0.5ml-1ml
31 Spearmint Oil 0.25ml-0.50ml
32 Tea Tree Oil 0.5ml-1ml
33 Thyme Oil 0.5ml-1ml
34 Tulsi Oil 0.5ml-1ml
35 Wintergreen Oil
36 Zafran Oil