Known as the "tree of life," Arborvitae is majestic in size and abundant in therapeutic benefits.
Valued for its restorative effects, Basil is also commonly used for its calming properties.
Cold pressed from the rind of the bergamot fruit, Bergamot is unique among citrus oils.
Stimulating and flavorful, Black Pepper enhances any dish—and your health.
Closely related to Ginger, Cardamom is known as an expensive cooking spice and for being beneficial to the digestive system.
A close relative to cinnamon, Cassia has a wonderful fragrance and thousands of years of historical use.
Known for promoting healthy skin and clear breathing, Cedarwood has a warm, woody, balsamic fragrance that relaxes the mind and body.
From the leaves of the Coriander plant, Cilantro Essential Oil is commonly used for its fresh and tasty flavor.
Well-known for its use as a spice, Cinnamon also has many therapeutic benefits.
Clary Sage is known for its mood-lightening properties and ability to ease monthly menstrual cycles.
A favorite among health-care providers and health-conscious individuals, Clove is more than a popular cooking spice.
Popular across many cultures for various uses, Coriander essential oil provides a myriad of health benefits.
Distilled from the twigs and foliage of the cypress tree, Cypress essential oil is popular for its therapeutic uses and in spas.
Eucalyptus has many beneficial compounds and is a key ingredient in cough and throat medicines and in chest ointments.
Used for centuries as a tonic, Fennel provides many health benefits and has a distinct licorice aroma.
Perhaps the most precious of the ancient oils, Frankincense is highly versatile in uses and benefits.
Known for its ability to balance emotions, Geranium is also a common ingredient in skin care products.
Ginger is most noted for its sweet, citrusy fragrance and positive effect on digestion.
Energizing and invigorating, Grapefruit is renowned for its cleansing and purifying benefits.
Distilled from the flower cluster of an evergreen herb, Helichrysum is one of the most precious and sought after essential oils.
The woody, spicy, yet fresh aroma of Juniper Berry reveals its rich history of traditional use and therapeutic benefits.
Lavender has been cherished for its unmistakable aroma and therapeutic properties for thousands of years.
This top-selling oil has multiple uses and benefits and is cold pressed from lemon rinds to preserve its delicate nature and potent properties.
Long used in Asian and Caribbean cooking for its subtle lemony flavor and aroma, Lemongrass boasts many therapeutic benefits.
The sharp, citrus smell of Lime makes it a must have-in any essential oils collection.
Also known as “wintersweet” or “joy of the mountains,” Marjoram has both culinary uses and therapeutic benefits.
More commonly called “tea tree,” Melaleuca has 90 different compounds and limitless applications.
Our rarest oil, Melissa has a sweet, fresh, citrus-like fragrance and a wide range of beneficial properties.
Used historically in many ways—from meditation to embalming—Myrrh is still frequently recommended today.
Used by Hippocrates, the father of medicine, Oregano has many traditional and modern uses.
Patchouli is easily recognizable for its rich, musky-sweet fragrance.
A top-selling favorite, Peppermint provides a myriad of health benefits.
The most versatile of the chamomiles, Roman Chamomile is extracted from the daisy-like flower of the Roman chamomile plant.
Considered sacred by the ancient Greek, Roman, Egyptian, and Hebrew cultures, Rosemary has long been revered by healers.
With documented history of use over several thousand years, Sandalwood has a wide variety of applications.
From a renewable source in Hawaii, dōTERRA Hawaiian Sandalwood delivers a variety of benefits.
Thyme, familiar to most as a common seasoning, produces a potent essential oil.
Vetiver is loved for its rich, exotic, complex aroma and is used extensively in perfumes.
Derived from the soft needles of the white fir tree, White Fir is most notable for soothing sore muscles and joints.
Cold pressed from the peel, Wild Orange releases an energizing, citrusy aroma.
Most consumers recognize the aroma and flavor of Winter Green from its popularity in candy and chewing gum.
Ylang Ylang, while famed for its exquisite fragrance, has much to offer therapeutically.