Essential oils

THE CHEMISTRY OF ESSENTIAL OILS
The chemistry of essential oils - overview
The chemistry of essential oils - terpenes
Folded oils and the phototoxicity of citrus oils
Processing techniques for essential oils
The chemistry of essential oils - linalool
The chemistry of essential oil - linalyl acetate
The chemistry of essential oils - eugenol
The chemistry of essential oils - camphor
The chemistry of essential oils - caryophyllene
Can we use essential oils as anti-microbials? (No)

SPECIFIC ESSENTIAL OIL POSTS
Anise or aniseed essential oil
Anise - the science behind the claims

Cedarwood essential oil - an overview and cedarwood Atlas
Cedarwood essential oil - cedarwood Texas and cedarwood Virginia
Cedarwood essential oil - the science

Eucalyptus essential oil
Eucalyptus in lotions and body wash

Lavender essential oil - overview
Lavender - aromatherapy - the science behind the claims
Lavender - applying it to our skin - the science behind the claims
Lavender and gynomastia

Lemongrass essential oil - an overview
Lemongrass essential oil - the science
Lemongrass essential oil - assorted effects
Lemongrass essential oil - applications

Orange essential oil
Orange in surfactant based products

Patchouli essential oil

Peppermint essential oil
Peppermint and digestion
Peppermint - respiration and colds
Peppermint - other awesome features
Peppermint - in foot care products!
Peppermint - in hair care products

Tea tree oil - part 1
Tea tree oil - part 2
Tea tree oil in a shampoo
Tea tree oil in a facial cleanser and toner
Tea tree oil in a moisturizer

White camphor essential oil
White camphor essential oil - the science